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Apr
20
comment How to kill one tab of google chrome using pid
In task manager, activate the "Command line" table column. the "original" Chrome process will have no --type=renderer or something as the parameters. The parameters will also be completely different from all others. And way shorter. That's the one!
Mar
22
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Feb
5
comment Can't get LG BH16NS40 to play Blu-Ray
Um, does your display support HDCP? Afaik the BluRay mafia requires the whole chain to support HDCP.
Nov
30
comment watch a dsf video file
In that case the file could basically be broken..
Aug
27
awarded  Notable Question
Jul
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awarded  Curious
Jul
2
answered Fuzzy Arial font on Windows, clearer on Linux
Jun
25
reviewed No Action Needed How to straighten out images in a PDF file?
Jun
25
awarded  Custodian
Jun
25
reviewed No Action Needed eGPU extreme failure. What went wrong?
Jun
25
reviewed Reviewed Why is torrent transfer speed reduced when using VPN?
Jun
25
revised Why is torrent transfer speed reduced when using VPN?
small grammatics
Jun
25
reviewed Reviewed “setup can't copy files” error during XP installation
Jun
25
revised “setup can't copy files” error during XP installation
grammatics
Jun
17
comment Switch with NAT/port forwarding?
Isn't this actually PAT (port address translation), which multiplexes a single WAN ip onto n internal clients?
Jun
17
comment How to block all ports except 80,443 with iptables?
Can't you close ALL ports and then OPEN a single port in the next line?
Jun
17
comment Windows: How to make programs think they're not running in a terminal server session?
This circumvents the terminal server issue? Interesting, I have to try.
Apr
28
comment Does a USB Monitor require VGA Card?
I can never get over how VGA is actually both a cable type and a standard that defines resolutions and frequencies for video transmission (up to 640x480)... While usually, over VGA-Cables, we transfer things like SVGA, WVGA or UXGA... all representing some sort of resolution. Just a tidbit, nothing wrong with your answer!
Apr
28
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Apr
23
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