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comment Can I force Google Chrome to remember passwords?
@Damian I have Chrome 25.0.1364.172 m and it is still working fine for the sites I use.
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comment Kill a Process which gives access denied
Um Yea, it can still say "access denied". If the process is started with security flags that alter the terminate permission in the process ACL, you won't be able to terminate it until you can change that permissions on the process. Antivirus process often do this on purpose (mostly just to be annoying), as it wouldn't be hard for malware to get around this usually. ala processhacker.
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comment What regulates Intel SpeedStep CPU throttling? Can I get some control of this on Windows7?
Adding a laptop cooler (a platform with USB powered fans blowing on the bottom of the laptop) has completely resolved my issue. With this active cooling, SpeedStep doesn't kick in and the CPU clock stays at full speed even under extended periods of full load.
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