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Sep
24
answered Is it possible to run Windows 8 (dev preview) in a qemu?
Aug
13
comment How to execute a script on sleep, hibernate, resume, and shutdown
Bingo. I have a task scheduled that runs SyncToyCmd.exe -R daily, so it should work fine with the other triggers, too.
Jul
17
awarded  Yearling
Jun
2
answered IE Startup, app loads fast, but delay in page loading
Feb
22
answered Why does F@H not bind to more than one core on Windows?
Feb
7
answered Remote Desktop not following display settings
Jan
26
answered Ripping DVDs conserving languages and subtitles
Jan
21
awarded  Civic Duty
Jan
21
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
24
answered Hard drive enclosure for single SATA drive that has USB and Ethernet connections
Nov
21
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
17
awarded  Yearling
Jul
2
comment Why does my sytem only uses 3.2GB of my 4GM RAM?
We're going to need a lot more information to help you -- at the very least, motherboard make/model/bios version.
Jun
26
answered Utility for managing window locations
Jun
16
comment When to use laptop battery?
I think it's more about the constant heat. Keeping the battery constantly charged & hot isn't good for the battery, so it helps to unplug it if you're just going to stay plugged into the wall. I spent a year with my laptop plugged into the wall with the battery in, and my battery life was really pitiful even with a low number of charge cycles compared to another laptop that I regularly removed the battery from when not needed.
Jun
14
answered When to use laptop battery?
Jun
6
comment Can I use my modem's ethernet and USB simultaneously, to connect two computers?
Based on context, I think Nick meant to say "if you were to hook two PCs into the modem".
Jun
5
comment Which PSU should one chose? The biggest is the best?
Note that the efficiency (80%") varies with load, which is why a 1kW PSU with a low-end computer is a bad idea -- it won't be efficient, and it will be expensive. You generally want your PSU sized to be at 50-80% load, so a ~450W PSU is pretty good for most common builds.
May
1
awarded  Notable Question
Apr
16
answered Make Firefox left-click open in current tab, and middle-click open in new tab