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Apr
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reviewed Leave Open Cursors storage location in Ubuntu
Apr
30
reviewed Close how do I check for sql injection in cookie
Apr
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reviewed Leave Open How can linux support a huge density of wifi relays?
Apr
30
reviewed Leave Open Edit file with Excel without reformatting
Apr
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reviewed Close Blocking access to the Facebook site only, not share and/or like buttons on other pages
Apr
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reviewed Close Windows 7 PC going to sleep while streaming video in web browser
Apr
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reviewed Close Looking for web mail where entire session is SSL
Apr
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reviewed Close Broadband cable to wireless
Apr
30
reviewed Leave Open Where data is stored if I don't have an HDD?
Apr
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reviewed Close Adding multiple iso's to a pen-drive
Apr
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reviewed Close On-board RAID vs Hardware RAID
Apr
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reviewed Close Small, cheap and reliable Ubuntu embedded PC hardware
Apr
29
awarded  Caucus
Apr
29
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
24
comment How can I tell when a font was installed?
i tested several methods of creating a file (copy, from winscp, from 7z, by creating a hardlink): the create-time was always set to the current time. so, the things i thought in my previous comment are false. create-time is always set to what the current time actually is (allthough the winapi allows the change of the create-time). @grawity's answer is correct.
Apr
24
comment How can I tell when a font was installed?
fyi: msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/… and i think windows keeps the creation time IF the fs where the file in question originates from supports create-time as well or the tool which copies over the file to the destination.
Apr
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awarded  Enlightened
Apr
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awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
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awarded  Nice Question
Mar
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comment Windows tells me there isn't enough memory and asks to close Firefox, but why this actually happens is unclear
watch: channel9.msdn.com/Events/TechEd/NorthAmerica/2011/WCL405 .. after that, play around with vmmap and rammap (both tools of the sysinternal suite).