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comment Chrome: remove URL from autocomplete which doesn't show up in history?
okay. it looks like I deleted the website, but it still comes up as an autocomplete in search. But I am super happy to have learned a new trick. 50 bonus points are on their way...
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comment Chrome: remove URL from autocomplete which doesn't show up in history?
so, after doing sqlite3 Top\ Sites; delete from thumbnnails where url = "http://www.example.com";, I still see the unwanted site. Also, for the record, the README says "Google Chrome settings and storage represent user-selected preferences and information and MUST not be extracted, overwritten or modified except through Google Chrome defined APIs.". In any case, thanks for getting me a chance to check out sqlite.
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comment Chrome: remove URL from autocomplete which doesn't show up in history?
Sorry, I had two errors; first was misspelling the file extension .sqlite (so .schema returned nothing; so I thought that your create statement was a command to be issued ...) and then assuming that familiar mysql commands like show tables; must be standard. But now that I am over those hurdles I should be okay.
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comment Chrome: remove URL from autocomplete which doesn't show up in history?
this would be a really great answer if you could fill in the missing parts currently hidden by "...". What is the delete statement? and ... why don't show tables or .tables work?
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comment How to most efficiently utilize CPU resources in windows 7?
but the is designers knew enough to provide the ability to manually set priorities, and my colleagues and I do this frequently on our shared server using torque. There are times when I just want my computer to crank through something while I am using another machine
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comment How to most efficiently utilize CPU resources in windows 7?
@David why would I make this assumption? There are plenty of reasons that a process might not run at maximum, and when I look at the system monitor, the proces runs with CPU = 25%
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