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comment If my taskbar turns to a light blue color, does that mean I've been hacked?
None of your points suggests hacking! :> Your answer is "bad"! :~>
Jun
22
awarded  Notable Question
Jun
19
comment Why Windows 10 is… number ten?
@Tetsujin Site got matured, right. Rules changed, right. Old questions, that now are off-topic, but were on-topic years ago, are not marked as off-topic. Why? New questions, that are off-topic are marked off-topic even though search reveals that very the same questions seems on-topic. I could never understand logic behind SE. If question is off-topic, close it, no matter, how old it is and no matter, that once it was on-topic. How do you want us to not ask off-topic questions, if we always need to ask, because search results are confusing?
Jun
19
comment Why Windows 10 is… number ten?
@IsmaelMiguel Great! But, this site (and all in SE network) are about getting an answer, not a bunch of links, that links from source to source, and no one give actual answer. I asked, because I didn't find the answer. So, don't VTC and don't say that I didn't used Google, because I did and only found this bunch of links, you're talking about, but no actual answer.
Jun
18
comment Why Windows 10 is… number ten?
@IsmaelMiguel A cite from an accepted answer: "Company executives did not spell out the logic behind the numerical leap from the current version, Windows 8, except to say that the new version won’t just be an incremental improvement". Kindly explain, how answer to this question is "available everywhere", if even at Microsoft they don't know this? This shows a huge lack of logic in your life.
Jun
18
comment Why Windows 10 is… number ten?
To @Tetsujin and other wise vote-to-closers: Kindly enlighten me, to exactly which point of dont-ask list you're referring here or trying to bind this question? Also, please, kindly explain how question about number in Windows 10 name is off-topic, while exactly the same question about Windows 7 is perfectly valid and remains opened for five years. Thanks you!
Jun
18
awarded  Nice Question
Jun
18
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
18
accepted Why Windows 10 is… number ten?
Jun
18
asked Why Windows 10 is… number ten?
Jun
18
comment Why does Windows 7 have a seven in its name?
This webpage is not available -- said Chrome. And concluded: ERR_CONNECTION_RESET.
Jun
18
comment Why does Windows 7 have a seven in its name?
This webpage is not available -- said Chrome. And concluded: ERR_CONNECTION_RESET.
Jun
15
comment External HDD disk must be turned on twice always
@psusi I can't -- see the edited question -- the ticking sound does not start to be emitted before 3-5 minutes since initial power on.
Jun
15
revised External HDD disk must be turned on twice always
added 294 characters in body
Jun
15
comment External HDD disk must be turned on twice always
@psusi Nope! I let it run for about 2-3 minutes before I power it off and on again.
Jun
15
asked External HDD disk must be turned on twice always
Jun
9
comment How to disable the “Get Windows 10” icon shown in the notification area (tray)?
@Karan Seems, that I made a mistake. Sorry. Anyone is allowed to make mistakes. My fault, sorry.
Jun
9
revised How to disable the “Get Windows 10” icon shown in the notification area (tray)?
A small fix to make it more readable.
Jun
9
suggested approved edit on How to disable the “Get Windows 10” icon shown in the notification area (tray)?
Jun
9
comment How to disable the “Get Windows 10” icon shown in the notification area (tray)?
@Reishin Karan: "some users might see remnants of the update's files in Windows\System32\GWX. In that case just delete the directory, although you may need to take ownership of it before you'll be allowed to do so". The article: "Some people may still have remnants of the KB3035583 update’s files in %WinDir%\System32\GWX folder. In that case just delete the folder (you may need to take ownership of the folder before able to delete it manually)". Yes, you're right... it is a common phrase and it is just a pure coincidence, that it sounds nearly exactly the same.