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bio website viltersten.com
location Stockholm, Sweden
age 38
visits member for 2 years, 6 months
seen Mar 22 at 10:11

Initially, a self taught code monkey since the age of 10 when i got my first computer, the coolest Atari 65XE. Later on, a mathematics and computer science student at a university with a lot of side-studies in philosophy, history, japanese etc. Today, a passionate developer with focus on web related technology from MS.

Motto:
A lousy programmer knows how to create problems.
A good programmer knows how to solve problems.
A great programmer knows how to avoid them. (Get the double meaning?)

Works at: http://kentor.se  
Blogs at: http://konradviltersten.wordpress.com  
Lives at: http://viltersten.somee.com

Mar
21
asked How to add custom frequently used folders?
Mar
20
comment Recommended way to create a bootable USB including the software used
@Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007 Perhaps I explain it in a wrong way. I wish to have an image and I also wish it to be bootable. I've seen guides on both but not at the same time. Is it at all possible? I'd like to be able to boot up a computer with an empty HDD, stick the USB into it and make the process automatically set up everyth8ing for me. The restore process you're talking about requires that Windows already is installed and working on the machine, correct? I'd like my method to work even if the computer's got the partitions removed.
Mar
18
comment Recommended way to create a bootable USB including the software used
I might be slow on my brains, because I'm not getting a certain part of the process. It's the step #3 - make image - that I don't see. How does one "make image" of the system? I've done that when playing with virtual machines - that's easily understandable. But when I'm on my system and it's the physical computer - how exactly do I create an image and make it a bootable USB? Talk to me like if I'm five years old.
Mar
18
asked Recommended way to create a bootable USB including the software used
Mar
16
asked How to send nice links over Lync?
Mar
14
revised What's the correct way to start up the computer?
rolled back to a previous revision
Mar
14
comment What's the correct way to start up the computer?
@GrahamWager Is this a comment or a reply? I won't be able to mark it as accepted answer if it's the former.
Mar
11
accepted How to make all the windows to have the same size of icons?
Mar
11
asked How to make all the windows to have the same size of icons?
Mar
11
comment Start menu doesn't appear
Hmm... Now I'm worried. Since the button is grayed out and I won't be able to get them off-line, I feel a problem heading towards me... :(
Mar
10
comment Start menu doesn't appear
Hmm... I might be hitting another bug in Win10. I'm the only account on the system, according to the control panel's users section I'm an admin, I can run stuff as admin, I can assign other users as admins... Is it possible to download and install offline any of the updates?
Mar
10
comment Start menu doesn't appear
The "Change settings" for Windows Update is grayed out. I'm not sure how to make it look for new updates...
Mar
10
comment Start menu doesn't appear
But it worked until today... Same build. Different behavior. Weird... Also, how do I get the update once it comes? I can't start the windows update without the Start menu working, can I?
Mar
10
asked Start menu doesn't appear
Mar
9
asked Login screen won't show - pitch black on the screen
Mar
8
asked How to enable all login methods?
Mar
8
asked What's the correct way to start up the computer?
Feb
28
accepted How to start a program using the keyboard when task bar isn't at the bottom?
Feb
28
comment How to start a program using the keyboard when task bar isn't at the bottom?
It did work in Win 8. How can it "go back" to undone in Win 10=! I dislike waiting for good stuff, hehe. Darn... :(
Feb
28
comment How to start a program using the keyboard when task bar isn't at the bottom?
Not quite an answer to the question. In fact, when I tried it, it doesn't even work. The search window doesn't appear on the screen (when the task bar is at the top, that is). I believe the search mode is entered but the problem is that it doesn't show. Just by pressing Win and start typing I get the result I want but only when the task bar is at the bottom of the screen. More suggestions?