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comment Windows Update Cleanup fails to clean up
Have you rebooted? Which version of Windows? 14.9GB isn't particularly large.
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Bash script - Trying get abuse email using whois command
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Head of ssh file resource
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Folder Encryption in a network
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on When using Folder Lock the computer prompts This operation has been canceled due to restrictions
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comment Is it possible to give the full path to an executable in “Image Execution Options\*\Debugger”?
@0xC0000022L I checked another system without EMET. Those entries don't exist. I also found there is a 32bit version of the key in "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Image File Execution Options\<executable>" on 64bit systems. This is used if the process calling CreateProcess is 32bit. blogs.msdn.com/b/mithuns/archive/2010/03/24/…
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comment Is it possible to give the full path to an executable in “Image Execution Options\*\Debugger”?
@0xC0000022L Sorry for the delay. I went to bed after posting. I've not tested this with the debugger key. I just noticed it when looking at that area of the Registry. I suspect it was created by EMET which may be using it for its own purposes and it doesn't work for attaching a debugger.
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answered Is it possible to give the full path to an executable in “Image Execution Options\*\Debugger”?
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answered Mathematica benchmark on two different system
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comment How to detect a bottleneck in the system?
According to ark.intel.com/products/64601/… this processor runs 12 threads. The program would have to be capable of splitting your problem down into at least 12 threads to reach 100% CPU usage. Look at the logical processor usage in Task Manager.
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Internet Connection Sharing with 2 Wifi NICs? one to receive other to transmit?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on jenkins/hudson: batch CMD windows are not visible when slave runs as windows service
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Is my OS installed onto my SSD?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on PowerView to PowerPoint?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Can't connect to VirtualBox Ubuntu guest from Ubuntu host