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mhh .. nah

21h
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.
21h
comment Writing time in a file in a for loop
yep, strongly encouraged: something other than cmd.exe ... the horror .. the horror.
1d
comment Bitlocker Missing In windows 8.1
which version of windows7 did you use? which version of windows8.1 do you use now? bitlocker is part of windows8.1-pro (see here microsoft.com/en-us/windows/enterprise/…)
1d
comment Tool for comparing two images?
provide both pictures and i might tell you more.
Jul
22
comment Sick of always typing in IP addresses for machines on my network
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Domain_Name_System: "Most prominently, it translates easily memorized domain names to the numerical IP addresses needed for the purpose of locating computer services and devices worldwide."
Jun
19
comment How to find source of memory leak in Windows 7?
i answer my own comment: update xperf.
Jun
19
comment How to find source of memory leak in Windows 7?
in windows8.1 i do not see 'residentset' as an available graph-option. how can i get it? a different xperf-flag?
Jun
19
comment Why is my computer using so much ram?
no, you have not told "me" (you are not explaining things to OP btw), but just stated "mhh .. it's too high". you could have put this experience-blob in there, you have not. "paged / nonpaged pool" refers to driver memory, you have not put that there or here. 2gb of ram for drivers is high, no doubt. instead you posted a link to a huge wikipedia entry. that's why i am bringing this up: you post screenshots and provide recipes without the reason and some background information.
Jun
19
comment Why is my computer using so much ram?
@magicandre1981: you are not explaining why you think the values are too high. in the rammap-screenshot i see 3.2gb mapped files, 300mb of it active. like in the other post: you are not explaining the why, just that some magic finding of "bad drivers" will decrease the nonpaged pool under a "magic barrier". please explain the why.
Jun
18
comment /dev/zero or /dev/null for redirect?
fyi: en.wikipedia.org/?title=/dev/zero "All write operations to /dev/zero succeed with no other effects"
Jun
15
comment How to find source of memory leak in Windows 7?
@magicandre1981: because of … ? you are not explaining where the "100mb" value comes from.
Jun
15
comment How to find source of memory leak in Windows 7?
@magicandre1981: "too high" implies you know proper values. what are they?
Jun
10
comment ssd(Solid State Drive) vs high processor?
gist.github.com/hellerbarde/2843375
Jun
6
comment How to find source of memory leak in Windows 7?
for me the rammap-screenshot looks quite good. 400+ mb of cached files, no leaks nowhere to see. @this.lau_: check out channel9.msdn.com/Events/TechEd/NorthAmerica/2011/WCL405
Jun
1
comment Does a router have a receiving range?
@Tonny: irrelevant how big the megaphone is. also irrelevant: how much power or if OP's dad used a directional antenna vor sending. the quesion is: how good are the ears. the megaphone was already strong enough to be heard in 1km distance. established fact. OP and OP's dad argue over the ears.
Jun
1
comment Does a router have a receiving range?
@Tonny: the off-the-shelf hardware is able to power it's antenna such that the signal it's emmiting can be received in 26km distance. OP is wondering why his dad claims that the same hardware is able to pick up signals which originates 1km away.
Jun
1
comment Does a router have a receiving range?
@Bob: OP's question is 'is the megaphone as big as the ears'. if you send 0 signal, you won't receive anything, this is obviously .. obvious. the analogy is bad since it does not answer the question of OP and since it has to be explained and it can be discussed it does not make anything clearer.
Jun
1
comment Does a router have a receiving range?
one does not listen with a megaphone, but with really good ears - your analgoy is flawed, because his dad has not only a very big megaphone but also very big ears.
May
12
comment Idiot-proof antivirus/security for mac machines
engadget.com/2014/05/06/symantec-declares-antivirus-dead
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.