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Oct
15
revised How to reverse the scroll direction in Windows8?
a real question instead of an oppinion as the question-title
Oct
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on logitech-universal-remote tag wiki excerpt
Oct
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Linux Mint 16 Laptop Brightness Issues
Oct
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on logitech-presenter tag wiki excerpt
Oct
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to reverse the scroll direction in Windows8?
Oct
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on logitech-presenter tag wiki
Oct
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on logitech-touchpad tag wiki
Oct
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on logitech-universal-remote tag wiki
Oct
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on logitech-touchpad tag wiki excerpt
Oct
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Remap keyboard input in OpenOffice to perform things like “Quit”
Oct
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Kali Linux over WiFi listed as new-host-X on Verizon (fomerly: WiFi only works with an Ethernet cable)
Oct
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Resource Monitor is empty window , or transparent window, Windows 7 Classic display (only when DPI changes from 100%)
Oct
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to reset Canon Pixma printer to accept refurbished ink?
Oct
14
comment Why does vim open network connections to a process owned by another user?
what plugins to you use?
Oct
14
comment 36 forks of a program Vs. 36 instances of it? Pros and cons?
you are running 36 instances of evince, in either setup.
Oct
13
comment 36 forks of a program Vs. 36 instances of it? Pros and cons?
so, you run 36 instances of the same binary which differ in just two bytes (evinceXY). you really expect this difference to matter? let aside that you really want to compile 36 variations of the same code. btw: mozilla.github.io/pdf.js | viewerjs.org
Oct
13
comment 36 forks of a program Vs. 36 instances of it? Pros and cons?
a 'fork' is a clone of a running process, a 1:1 copy. how's that different from an 'instance'? an 'instance' is usually created by executing a binary which usually does the fork-exec-dance which is 'first-create-a-fork-of-the-current-shell-process-and-then-replace-that-cloned-p‌​rocess-with-the-one-to-execute'. so: i wonder why you worry about this question at all, your machine will laugh at 36 new processes. look at the amount of chrome-instances on your machine.
Oct
13
comment 36 forks of a program Vs. 36 instances of it? Pros and cons?
you have gigs of ram and a cpu that would smoke away all computational power on earth away some years ago .. and you worry about having 36 programms running at the same time?
Oct
13
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Return segment of statement that makes it TRUE
Oct
13
reviewed Approve suggested edit on openvms tag wiki