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bio website viltersten.com
location Stockholm, Sweden
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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

May
9
comment How to open a directory in Windows 8 using Win+f?
@techie007 The question is tagged windows-8. There was no screen for file search like that in Win7.
May
9
comment How to open a directory in Windows 8 using Win+f?
@zdan I get to see the files in the said directory but not the directory itself. Only files are listed, not a single folder.
May
9
asked How to open a directory in Windows 8 using Win+f?
May
9
accepted How to display the list of available networks without the mouse?
May
9
comment How to display the list of available networks without the mouse?
Oh, right. A bit to many tab steps to get there but when the muscle memory gets used to a series of key presses, that might be something. Thanks!
May
9
comment How to display the list of available networks without the mouse?
And how do I click that shortcut without a mouse? I was hoping for a generic Win + C (but instead of charms folding out, I'd fold out the other panes). Doable?
May
9
asked How to display the list of available networks without the mouse?
May
2
comment Many iexplorer instances open when clicking on a mailto link
Nothing, actually. I don't have that key in the registry at all. I'm assuming that HKCR means HKEY_Classes_Root. In fact, I made a search for mailto and there's only one reference, in PROTOCOL_Handler_\mailto with CLSID set to a guid. What does it tell us?
May
1
comment Many iexplorer instances open when clicking on a mailto link
This is really weird. In FF, the behavior is the same as described before (despite all the plugins being inactivated). But that's not even the beginning of the weirdness. In IE (no plugins installed) I got a bunch of windows on the screen (and a bunch of processes in the Task Manager) telling me that the default mail client isn't configured. Guess what I got in Crome! Perfect behavior - the new mail window in Windows Live Mail opened. WTF?!
May
1
revised Many iexplorer instances open when clicking on a mailto link
added 85 characters in body
May
1
comment Many iexplorer instances open when clicking on a mailto link
Please see my addition above. It's weird - I don't have the MAILTO in the list at all. Or do I and I just don't realize it?
May
1
asked Many iexplorer instances open when clicking on a mailto link
Feb
24
accepted How to use Notepad++ for re-formatting indentations?
Feb
24
comment How to use Notepad++ for re-formatting indentations?
+1 for suggestions beyond the scope of the the question. NPP is not a must. However, in most cases, it's the best choice. Not always, though. Thanks!
Feb
23
asked How to use Notepad++ for re-formatting indentations?
Feb
19
revised How to name the connection to Wi-Fi?
added 151 characters in body
Feb
19
comment How to name the connection to Wi-Fi?
Actually, maybe this will better exemplify my problem. See the second image in my question (just updated it).
Feb
19
comment How to name the connection to Wi-Fi?
Nope, I only saw one. And even more weird - now I'm connected to ChamsterNet, it's displayed as ChamsterNet 2 but none of them displays among the networks in Manage wireless networks! What's happeninig?! How do I forget everything and start over?!
Feb
19
comment How to name the connection to Wi-Fi?
But how?! When I forget ChamsterNet 2, the old Chamster Net appears but when I conenct to it, it shows as ChamsterNet 2 again...
Feb
18
asked How to name the connection to Wi-Fi?