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Dec
12
comment Is too big cache a bad idea?
@FrankThomas But isn't the CPU cache used for that as well?
Dec
11
answered Is too big cache a bad idea?
Nov
18
asked How do I adjust the formatting of a Word table row to match the rest of the table?
Jul
25
awarded  Editor
Jul
25
awarded  Scholar
Jul
25
revised Moving the bounds of a Word commentary
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Jul
25
accepted Moving the bounds of a Word commentary
Jul
25
comment Moving the bounds of a Word commentary
Thanks, that's already better than the expected answer "No, doesn't work." Still not really satifying, that seems like a common enough use case??
Jul
24
comment Moving the bounds of a Word commentary
@Adam The speech bubbles in the margin
Jul
23
asked Moving the bounds of a Word commentary
Jun
25
comment How can I recover overwritten files?
i would suspect overwriting your file with a new file is essentially removing the file and creating a new one, except if you actually opened the file and changed it.
Mar
24
asked Can you make a windows login end up directly in a virtual machine?
Nov
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awarded  Tumbleweed
Nov
12
answered Make all changes by a user reversible on linux
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21
awarded  Supporter
Jun
14
comment Why is my computer really slow despite of having a considerable amount of free memory?
Everyone here just seems to look at the Memory. Maybe your real problem is your graphics card - can you check that it's still alive and you don't run on software graphics? That would explain why your windows draw slowly, for example when you switch windows, but would have nothing to do with CPU, RAM or hard disk.
Jun
5
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