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Dec
23
accepted Is there a way to keep windows 7 thumbnail preview open for a particular app?
Mar
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Popular Question
Oct
30
comment limiting the hard drive read speed for a program c++
You could use OS facilities to reduce the processes' priorities. There are probably existing tools for the job.
Jan
18
awarded  Supporter
Jul
18
accepted Is there a way to tell Windows which disk to consider primary for the performance rating?
Jul
17
accepted Why would http & https be blocked, even in safe mode with firewall disabled?
Jul
17
asked Is there a way to tell Windows which disk to consider primary for the performance rating?
Apr
23
revised Why would http & https be blocked, even in safe mode with firewall disabled?
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Apr
23
comment Why would http & https be blocked, even in safe mode with firewall disabled?
It's definitely a problem with the computer itself. It's my boss's home laptop he brought in for me to fix. He has several other computers at home working just fine on his network, and it's still having the same problem here at work.
Apr
23
comment Why would http & https be blocked, even in safe mode with firewall disabled?
Oh heh... Just added in an edit.
Apr
23
revised Why would http & https be blocked, even in safe mode with firewall disabled?
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23
revised Why would http & https be blocked, even in safe mode with firewall disabled?
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Apr
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Apr
23
revised Why would http & https be blocked, even in safe mode with firewall disabled?
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Apr
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asked Why would http & https be blocked, even in safe mode with firewall disabled?
Nov
25
accepted Can you block installers from making desktop shortcuts?
Nov
22
asked Can you block installers from making desktop shortcuts?
Oct
28
awarded  Autobiographer
Oct
21
comment Why does IE block its own script for collapsing XML tags?
Fair enough. Still can't shake the feeling there's room for improvement though (e.g. directly implementing this feature in IE or having some sort of trusted locations for scripts)