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comment Intel RST driver - magic performance boost (only) up till version 11.2.0?
Any updates or further insight on this? I'm very curious myself!
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comment Possible to find an explanation of Windows updates in “digest” format?
@LPChip Understood, and makes sense. As I'm planning to build a solution to this myself, I'll revise the question so it's more in line with protocol. I suppose a better fit is asking if it's possible to get the "More information" without having to click the external links, obtaining the information through the browser.
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comment Possible to find an explanation of Windows updates in “digest” format?
I appreciate your input LPChip, but @krlmlr is correct -- I'm looking for something other than Windows' present implementation, which is klugey and doesn't provide any useful information for each update's description paragraph. Ideally, a utility would would scrape the info from each KB's respective webpage, which explains what the update is for and does. I've been hoping for a third-party utility, and am surprised none seem to exist. I suppose I should roll up my sleeves and make this myself. And shall.
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comment In Windows 7, where does the “Cascade” function get its resizing dimensions?
Your username sums up my feelings on this.
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asked In Windows 7, where does the “Cascade” function get its resizing dimensions?
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comment How can I reclaim “modified” memory for my system? Any way to flush it to disk?
Are you the one who captioned that Task Manager picture? Because I lol'd out loud. Yes, recursively. Well played.