150 reputation
17
bio website google.com
location MeanWhile City
age 27
visits member for 2 years, 3 months
seen Jun 21 at 1:42

I like tuna.


Oct
19
comment Would there be any problems with DEP turned off?
Thank you for your explanation. I did contact them and they said that they will release a new version once Windows 8 is officially released, so I can not blame them much.
Oct
19
comment Would there be any problems with DEP turned off?
@DarthAndroid I do not see how DEP would allow threats to escape a virtual machine, and Sandboxie certainly works fine without it. When I said that I'm not interested in hardware/windows security, I meant that I do not want to use windows or hardware based provided security measures.
Oct
5
comment How to use HDMI display device audio output without extending the desktop to that device?
Yeah, you're right. Audio to the HDMI device is sent through the GPU. Please add your latest comment to your answer, I'm going to mark it as an answer.
Oct
5
comment How to use HDMI display device audio output without extending the desktop to that device?
@ratchetfreak That sounds like a good idea, unfortunately it doesn't allow me to. Also, the HDMI display is 1920x1080, while the DVI displays are 1920x1200.
Oct
5
comment How to use HDMI display device audio output without extending the desktop to that device?
That's what I did first time. Even if the audio output is set to HDMI, the display doesn't play audio.
Oct
5
comment How to use HDMI display device audio output without extending the desktop to that device?
Because I want to use the integrated speakers of the HDMI display device without wasting GPU on it.
Mar
25
comment How to Enable Multirow Bookmarks Toolbar?
Thank you, Nufail. That indeed helped increasing the height of the bookmarks toolbar, but I was looking for a way to enable multi-row bookmarks toolbar. I edited my question to make it clearer. Found an article here that shows some code which can be used with the useful add-on you linked me to. It enabled multi-row bookmarks toolbar, but the CPU still gets stressed because of it, so I guess it is a Firefox thing. Thank you for your help!