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I'm a software engineer, mainly programming in C/C++ but dabbling on the side in a variety of functional and object-oriented languages.

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Mar
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answered Open text file in notepad/notepad++ based on size
Mar
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comment Apache's httpd.exe won't run on my Windows 7
I know it's not what you're asking, but FWIW, I've had good luck installing Apache on Windows as part of "XAMPP" (apachefriends.org/en/xampp-windows.html)...
Mar
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comment WinDbg Problem with ntoskrnl
After running ".symfix", could you try running ".reload /f"?
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comment Is there an SVN / Code repo type service for word docs?
...and there's also a feature that lets you "diff" two Word documents even if you forgot to turn on "tracking changes".
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comment Is there a good XP like windows explorer for windows Vista?
If it helps, "Alt+D" jumps to the address bar, as in most web browsers.
Sep
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answered Copying a VHD to a physical disk
Sep
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comment Cygwin under Windows 7 x64
Have you tried running Cygwin in "compatibility mode"?
Sep
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comment Should a Mac mount an USB external NTFS drive by default?
Is there a reason that you didn't want to go with FAT32? That might be the safer choice, even though FAT32 has a number of limitations...
Sep
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answered Is there a good XP like windows explorer for windows Vista?
Sep
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answered How to upgrade Vista Home Premium to Vista Ultimate with a Full (not Upgrade) Copy of Ultimate?
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comment “This file came from another computer…” - how can I unblock all the files in a folder without having to unblock them individually?
Why do you think they're not documented? (msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa364404(VS.85).aspx)
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comment Automatically attach VHD
The recommendation in the linked question was to create this script as .cmd file that gets included in the "StartUp" folder under your Start Menu. Alternatively, you could register it as a "Run" item in the registry: msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa376977(VS.85).aspx.
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comment How to reduce the pain of the command prompt
This doesn't work in Windows Vista or Server 2008, but works again in Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2. See superuser.com/questions/27347/what-is-conhost-exe/28897#28897 for a few details.
Sep
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answered Sharing a windows desktop with remote desktop?