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answered Stop MS Word from selecting more than I want
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comment Why isn't it possible to name a folder “._.” in Windows 7?
@Victor: That's because Far does that for you behind the scenes.
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comment What happens if I leave a turned off laptop under direct sunlight for several hours?
@Pacerier: Permanent.
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comment How to run a batch file without launching a “command window”?
@TomášZato: You can just call the batch file directly in that case, or, if whatever you use to spawn a process doesn't create a shell first, use cmd /c foo.cmd. There's absolutely no need to use start in those scenarios, and, I'd argue that system should not be used in favor of CreateProcess. By launching a batch file, you're dependent on one platform already, you might as well use the better tools for the job.
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comment Windows 8.1 suspends all running processes
@Pacerier: Launching Process Explorer from Task Manager.
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comment Headphones play very low music, voices are just whispers
Your headphone cable might have broken.
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comment Why are PDFs generated from MS Word so large?
That analogy doesn't work. At all. Google's logo change was not just the font, but also from gradients to flat which makes the size difference. Furthermore, exporting a document to a large bitmap will be much larger than a font + text. The mathematical equations, as you misleadingly put it, are just integer coordinate pairs, of which there are maybe a few dozen per glyph. And since it's a font it doesn't need to be repeated for every letter.
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