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Apr
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revised How to divide Windows 8 into two mini desktops
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awarded  Popular Question
Apr
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revised Unable to launch apps installed from a previous profile
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Apr
1
comment Website Not loading on some computers but loads on a single computer on the same LAN
Looks like your private networks there don't allow tracing out of the network, so your issue is either within your local networks, or possibly upstream. Speak to your network admin to find out why you cannot traceroute to that destination.
Apr
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answered Website Not loading on some computers but loads on a single computer on the same LAN
Apr
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comment Website Not loading on some computers but loads on a single computer on the same LAN
What does a traceroute tell you?
Mar
30
comment Unable to launch apps installed from a previous profile
The profile was deleted via the profiles section within the advanced tab of the computer properties - this deleted the user's profile directory in as clean a way as the UI allows.
Mar
30
comment Unable to launch apps installed from a previous profile
This is a domain user, with a non-roaming profile, and the profile was deleted via the UI, whilst logged on as another administrator
Mar
30
comment Unable to launch apps installed from a previous profile
Per the question, trying to uninstall an app does nothing :(
Mar
30
comment Unable to launch apps installed from a previous profile
I can't see any way to do that, as the store seems to think the apps are already installed
Mar
30
comment Unable to launch apps installed from a previous profile
Yes, that's how my start menu resynchronised :)
Mar
30
asked Unable to launch apps installed from a previous profile
Mar
23
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
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reviewed Approve Maximum Bandwidth through gigabit switch
Jan
31
comment It it possible to start two list levels at once in MS Word?
How would you indicate the start of the "parent" list item, vs. a child list item?
Jan
31
comment Always on Remote Desktop Connection
Why does it need to be "always on"?
Jan
29
comment Why do I have 300 GB of ghost data on my harddrive?
Are there multiple user profiles on the disk?
Jan
23
comment What are CPU time, user time, system time respectively?
I'm saying: user + system = cpu = wall * cores
Jan
23
revised How to increase font size of first letter in each word on a sentence automatic in Microsoft Word?
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Jan
23
answered What are CPU time, user time, system time respectively?