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mhh .. nah

Sep
15
comment Computer lags when connected to wifi
@user4041330: technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb896653 is able to show you "properly signed" process-images, it will make such fake-processes much easier to detect. since it seems to be a fake-dwm.exe: well done.
Sep
15
comment Computer lags when connected to wifi
dwm is most likely not the cause for your network-problems: howtogeek.com/howto/windows-vista/…
Sep
15
comment Windows 7 eats RAM with no indication on where it is/what's using it
@JamesSteven: fyi: dheera.net/projects/blur .. tldr: do not blur text, use a solid color.
Sep
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Aug
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comment How to forbid file-lock on Windows
have a look at technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb897556.aspx
Aug
28
comment How to forbid file-lock on Windows
@PeterRader: is your real problem that you as the admin can not "delete" the file?
Aug
26
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Aug
23
comment More than 3.4 GB in windows 7?
@kimberly: a) it does not matter what other OSes can do or not: look at the limits of the versions microsoft ship. i do not like to become wet in the rain but that's just what happens. b) about which version of linux do we talk here?
Aug
23
answered More than 3.4 GB in windows 7?
Aug
23
comment Is there a built-in method for computing an SHA-1 or MD5 hash in Windows 7?
code.kliu.org/hashcheck/faq.html#faq-algorithms
Aug
12
comment How can I monitor every newly created process of an entire Linux system?
"monitoring" implies that you keep a log. where do you want to store that log? in what time-intervals do you want to take snapshots of the current running processes?
Aug
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Jul
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comment Writing time in a file in a for loop
@EmmanuelGleizer: python, ruby, powershell? pick any .. not cmd.exe .. except when you have to for $reasons.
Jul
29
comment Writing time in a file in a for loop
yep, strongly encouraged: something other than cmd.exe ... the horror .. the horror.