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comment Add Thunderbird to Firefox as a feed subscriber application in windows
@user3169 Does it add automatically in any folder without asking? In outlook it pops up a dialog to let me decide. If that's the expected behaviour, then yes I guess the problem is only when I add them with Thunderbird already open. It tells me to close it first.
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comment Changing Windows process priority via command line
You can also do wildcards wmic process where "CommandLine like '%calc%'" CALL setpriority "below normal"
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comment Changing Windows process priority via command line
@paradroid No I'm fairly sure it was wmic malfunctioning because as you can see in the scrennshot, I reproduced the problem with windows task manager, and second, wmic the command itself wasn't outputting anything, which it does when it's working normally.
Feb
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comment Changing Windows process priority via command line
@harrymc Er. It's all working now. Without even admin (which I really am sure was ELEVATED, not just for name admin). I have no idea what I did, except maybe rebooted once!?. Just to prove my sanity, it does look like in the screenshots I've posted (atleat 2) that it was clearly not working. Gah!!
Feb
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comment Changing Windows process priority via command line
I did. My wmic is malfunctioning I guess. I've opened a question about that separately.. In the hindsight I should've confirmed more before.