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Jul
26
comment Why are all these email ports listening on a new Windows 8.1 install?
Yeah, at the time of the scan I was busy with other things, tried a few scenarios out but can't get these ports to show up again in any scan.
Jul
26
comment Why are all these email ports listening on a new Windows 8.1 install?
Whatever it was, it's not listening now, doing some trial/error with various software.
Jul
26
comment Why are all these email ports listening on a new Windows 8.1 install?
I also manually typed in the descriptions of each, the first 3 don't have descriptions only because I didn't start adding descriptions until the 4th.
Jul
26
comment Why are all these email ports listening on a new Windows 8.1 install?
I wrote the scanner myself actually, it actually successfully connects to each and every one of those ports, in this particular case with a 150ms timeout. I ran it from another computer.
Apr
11
comment What services can I stop to keep system minimally running?
I would vote my own question to close as duplicate, but I don't have that rep yet: superuser.com/questions/94/…
Feb
24
comment How do I install a font from the Windows command prompt?
Related: stackoverflow.com/questions/28687666/…
Feb
20
comment Windows icon cache does not exist
+1 though for hinting to that registry key, although in the comments.
Feb
20
comment Windows icon cache does not exist
Check my answer :D
Feb
19
comment Windows icon cache does not exist
The only key under the FileExts folder is just Directory, whereas on a good install there are hundreds of file extensions listed here.
Feb
18
comment Windows icon cache does not exist
I already tried the command prompt, that's when I concluded the file really does not exist.
Feb
18
comment Windows icon cache does not exist
As a trial, I think I should create a new user account, and see if the same thing happens there.
Aug
3
comment Show Desktop button too quick in Windows 7
Plus I only use system restore if something's corrupted. This is just one particular setting. It's highly illogical to revert to a restore point just to fix one setting.
Aug
3
comment Show Desktop button too quick in Windows 7
@Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007 For people who are afraid to do things like change registry entries, not to revert one tiny little setting.
Aug
3
comment Show Desktop button too quick in Windows 7
Awesome, and I'm assuming it also requires a restart of Explorer.exe to apply the changes. Unless there's a Windows API call or message I could call to apply the change?
Apr
12
comment After the Heartbleed bug, do we need to update our OpenSSL DLL's?
Perhaps I should have asked this in a more programming oriented site which knows about Indy, I know Stack Overflow wouldn't have been the right place to ask this.
Apr
12
comment After the Heartbleed bug, do we need to update our OpenSSL DLL's?
Of course I don't understand it, that's why I'm asking about it...
Apr
12
comment After the Heartbleed bug, do we need to update our OpenSSL DLL's?
@Ramhound I know I can't just replace the files. Please see the edits in my question. What really matters is whether the issue requires fixes in the application or the operating system.
Apr
12
comment After the Heartbleed bug, do we need to update our OpenSSL DLL's?
I honestly know nothing about it, just that Indy has it integrated into it and an Indy component we use requires these DLL's. Also, the version doesn't matter with my question. I'm basically asking is the problem exposed in any version of any OpenSLL implementation, or is it something in Windows.
Mar
31
comment dim display on idle (Windows 7, NOT a laptop)
Yeah, I set mine to 5 seconds and 20% brightness
Oct
19
comment How to make an extremely old app run on 64bit Windows?
Indeed, it's a rather addicting game, and I have towers saved from the many years ago when I used to play it. Found them saved on some floppy disks I was sorting through :D