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Jul
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comment Where does Windows 7 waste my RAM?
@JamieHanrahan: maybe i used the wrong phrase: i mean this: stackoverflow.com/questions/3770457/… ... and it is real.
Jul
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Jul
11
reviewed Approve Is it safe to use RAM sticks with different frequencies?
Jul
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reviewed Approve Is it safe to use RAM sticks with different frequencies?
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awarded  Nice Answer
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Jun
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awarded  Good Answer
Jun
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reviewed Approve Batch convert all html files in a directory into pdf files in windows?
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Jun
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comment Linux installs - where should I put them?
@unforgettableid: you can "place files" wherever you like. /opt/local is a convention. the same way you can "place files" wherever you like on MSFT-Windows or on MacOSX. you will break conventions. if that is not an issues to you: go ahead and place the files wherever you like.
May
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May
23
revised How to make pdf comments (in e.g. Foxit reader) searchable in Windows 8.1
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May
23
revised How to make pdf comments (in e.g. Foxit reader) searchable in Windows 8.1
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May
23
comment How to make pdf comments (in e.g. Foxit reader) searchable in Windows 8.1
"The desktop version, which has been bundled to Foxit PhantomPDF 5.2 and later versions, is not a standalone application. And you can get it by installing Foxit PhantomPDF." ... so, it's a bit cheaper than the 699$.
May
23
comment How to make pdf comments (in e.g. Foxit reader) searchable in Windows 8.1
"Adobe currently bundles a 32-bit PDF iFilter with Adobe Acrobat® 11 as well as the free Adobe Reader® 11 software. It uses the Microsoft iFilter interface and allows third-party indexing tools to extract text from Adobe PDF files."
May
23
answered How to make pdf comments (in e.g. Foxit reader) searchable in Windows 8.1
May
10
comment Batch-convert files for encoding
@Acroneos: then you made a mistake: the in-file is IN.txt, the outfile is OUT.txt ... this way it is impossible to overwrite the original. if you used the same filename for IN.txt and OUT.txt then you overwrite the file you are reading from, obviously.