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accepted How to check consistency of an external RAID1 array in Windows?
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answered How to check consistency of an external RAID1 array in Windows?
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asked How to check consistency of an external RAID1 array in Windows?
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comment Where does outlook store tasks & calendar information?
AFAIK, even with Exchange some data is cached locally in PST.
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comment Where does outlook store tasks & calendar information?
And if it's Outlook 2010, it could be connected to a remote iCal file.
Jul
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comment Chrome addon for Firefox search bar?
Typing is actually faster than changing your hands from mouse to keyboard.
Jul
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answered Reopen previous browser w/tabs in Chrome (*not* most recently closed one)
Jul
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answered Pinned tab on Google Chrome has a rippling or highlighting effect
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comment How to sync Google Chrome Web Browser and Google Bookmarks
And how's G+ relevant to bookmarks sync?
Jun
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comment Is there a way to install the QuickTime plugin for Firefox without the bloatware from Apple?
In that case, this question will stay open until the new version comes out. There's really no other alternative to QT Lite.
Jun
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revised Is there a way to install the QuickTime plugin for Firefox without the bloatware from Apple?
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comment Is there a way to install the QuickTime plugin for Firefox without the bloatware from Apple?
The version difference between 7.69.8 and 7.7.2 is minor. Take a look at the changelogs for 7.7, 7.7.1, and 7.7.2 - it seems that it's been mostly security fixes but given the small version increments, the vulnerabilities are rare. So as long as you don't use QT on some sketchy sites, you should be fine.
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comment Is there a way to install the QuickTime plugin for Firefox without the bloatware from Apple?
Ouch. Weird. How did I not read that? o_O