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Apr
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awarded  Notable Question
Feb
26
awarded  Great Answer
Jan
23
awarded  Enlightened
Jan
23
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
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reviewed Reject Detect Windows Server version 32/64-bit in CLI
Oct
1
comment Where is Internet Explorer located, in Windows 7?
@orad I don't care to argue with you about an almost 5 year old answer, but apply some common sense. The default Internet Explorer is not 64-bit. Most users do not use 64-bit Internet Explorer. If the user doesn't even know where the executable is located, you can assume they are looking for the "standard" 32-bit browser. My answer spells out the location of the 32-bit browser on either platform, since the OP did not specify which he is on. If you really care that much, downvote me.
Oct
1
comment Where is Internet Explorer located, in Windows 7?
@orad I think you didn't read my answer correctly. I listed the location that 32-bit Internet Explorer is located for each architecture, since the OP didn't specify whether he was on x86 or x64. You may want to read an answer more than once before you lead with a Wrong! :)
Sep
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awarded  Explainer
Sep
6
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
4
awarded  Good Answer
Jul
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awarded  Yearling
Apr
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awarded  Caucus
Mar
15
comment Why am I connected to 65.52.240.48?
You realize that Microsoft is headquartered in Redmond, WA right? And that they can announce IP addresses that they own from any Datacenter that they want, right?
Mar
15
answered Why am I connected to 65.52.240.48?
Feb
24
comment Hyper-v guest loses internet if host hibernates
This isn't exactly true. Performance impacts are minimal and I've had Hyper-V on my Win 8.1 laptop since they day it went RTM without issue. The host OS becomes the parent partition. This is different than being a guest OS.
Feb
24
awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
24
comment Can devices steal MAC allocated IP addresses?
There are various technologies that exist to ensure that devices on the network do not do anything intentionally or accidentally malicious. Usually, it's some combination of DHCP Guard/Snooping, 802.1x, and NAC. But there's nothing inherently built-in to SOHO routers that enable this functionality.
Feb
24
answered Can devices steal MAC allocated IP addresses?
Feb
23
comment Hyper-v guest loses internet if host hibernates
Why would you recommend VirtualBox over the Hyper-V built in to Windows 8.1?
Feb
3
awarded  Scholar