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Full-stack developer, former Yahoo!, CTO at Blueseed, the visa-free cruise ship for startup entrepreneurs. More about me on on Wikipedia or on my website.

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Jan
22
comment What causes icon corruption in Windows 7?
If deleting IconCache.db doesn't work, try running ie4uinit.exe -ClearIconCache. The latter worked when Windows lost the icons of pinned programs that reside on a network drive that's manually mapped after starting Windows.
Jan
22
comment What causes icon corruption in Windows 7?
I have this problem with pinned programs that reside on a network drive that's manually mapped after starting Windows. Deleting IconCache.db alone didn't work. This command recreated the icons: ie4uinit.exe -ClearIconCache
Jan
13
awarded  Good Answer
Jan
12
awarded  Scholar
Jan
12
accepted Why don't file managers use the Master File Table for instant search results?
Jan
12
comment Why don't file managers use the Master File Table for instant search results?
Fantastic job closing this 16-upvote question, techie007, @Everett, Tog, Karan, Nifle; totally not constructive; you're doing the community a great favor!
Jan
8
awarded  Nice Question
Jan
7
comment Does Google Chrome have a FoxyProxy equivalent?
The accepted answer for this question is now obsolete, as FoxyProxy has a version for Google Chrome. Can you please mark another answer as accepted?
Jan
7
asked Why don't file managers use the Master File Table for instant search results?
Jan
7
comment How to check if PAE is enabled? (Windows 7 32 bits)
@Altar: why would you believe the Bible without question?
Jan
7
comment How to check if PAE is enabled? (Windows 7 32 bits)
Could you accept Victor's answer below? It does actually answer the question.
Dec
31
awarded  Revival
Dec
31
revised Installing openSuSE from pendrive
added 2 characters in body
Dec
31
comment Installing openSuSE from pendrive
For the record, to create a bootable openSUSE USB drive, the recommended way is to use LiveWriter. See my answer.
Dec
31
comment Installing openSuSE from pendrive
So you want to install from a pendrive to your HDD? Unetbootin doesn't support openSUSE; you can create a bootable stick with LiveWriter. Did you have problems after that step?
Dec
31
comment Installing openSuSE from pendrive
To create a bootable openSUSE USB drive, you must use LiveWriter. See my answer.
Dec
31
answered Installing openSuSE from pendrive
Dec
30
comment Why does Windows only show about 3.5 GB of my more than 4 GB of RAM?
Correct. Microsoft lists that XP 64-bit supports up to 128GB of RAM.
Dec
30
comment Why does Windows only show about 3.5 GB of my more than 4 GB of RAM?
Microsoft documents here that Windows XP supports up to 128GB of RAM, if the underlying architecture is 64-bit. Can you please update your answer?
Dec
30
comment Why does Windows only show about 3.5 GB of my more than 4 GB of RAM?
According to Microsoft, most releases of Windows 7 (including 32-bit), support up to 192GB of RAM. The only requirement is that the underlying architecture is 64-bit. So the best solution would be to upgrade from XP to Windows 7. Can you please update your answer?