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Nov
7
accepted Do Windows and Debian / Red Hat use the same thread management?
Nov
4
comment Do Windows and Debian / Red Hat use the same thread management?
@slhck: I believe the question was indeed clear enough not get down voted or called too broad! the reason for that is i asked the same question in several places, and got the answers i was looking for. in none of those places i faced such behavior! which i guess is because of my low score in this section. I am well aware of the rules here after 3 years! so that doesnt count if you ask me . Any way, Thank you very much for your concerns
Nov
4
answered Do Windows and Debian / Red Hat use the same thread management?
Nov
4
comment Do Windows and Debian / Red Hat use the same thread management?
entirely different models is not an answer, I am researching and need an starting point, vague answers or implications are of no use.
Nov
4
revised Do Windows and Debian / Red Hat use the same thread management?
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Nov
3
asked Do Windows and Debian / Red Hat use the same thread management?
Oct
28
awarded  Yearling
Oct
26
comment How to rename a (too) long file name
This doesnt work with filenames which start with #+some numbers! such as #46574 .url123123... . i tried this and failed!
Oct
17
accepted Which one of the private set, working set and virtual memory has a higher impact on system performance?
Oct
17
asked Which one of the private set, working set and virtual memory has a higher impact on system performance?
Oct
8
awarded  Autobiographer
Oct
5
awarded  Informed
Sep
15
accepted Is there a way to selectively clear or delete cache specific to one website or domain in Firefox?
Sep
15
awarded  Commentator
Sep
15
comment Is there a way to selectively clear or delete cache specific to one website or domain in Firefox?
@opello: Thanks alot. by the way please post your answer, so that other people who came here, can see that as-well more easily and decide which one suites them the best.
May
30
awarded  Popular Question
May
3
awarded  Constituent
May
3
comment How to enable registry and command prompt when they are both disabled along with gpedit.msc and run command
no luck! they actually are using registry modification to revert back the changes, I disabled registry modification as well!:( there are some ways to enable registry editing through cmd, then cmd is disabled as well, the last resort was using group policy, which again is disabled !!! and i think i am dead!!
May
2
revised How to enable registry and command prompt when they are both disabled along with gpedit.msc and run command
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Apr
29
awarded  Caucus