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Jun
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awarded  Yearling
Jun
25
answered How can I open Outlook PST files read-only in Outlook 2010
Jun
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comment Is Bluetooth faster than Wi-Fi?
Bluetooth tends to use much less power than Wi-Fi. On a 3G connection, the higher speed of Wi-Fi isn't really necessary.
May
27
comment Many sites claim they aren't capable of viewing subscribers' passwords. How does this work? Is it mandatory?
Note to future readers: If your goal is to satisfy curiosity, Scott's answer is of course correct. If your goal is to implement such functionality yourself, the correct approach is to use an authentication framework written by experts. Security is especially difficult to get right. It's easy to have little bugs (as with all programming), but with security bugs there's little chance of noticing until it's too late.
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awarded  Popular Question
Oct
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comment `echo 123 > out.txt` equivalent on windows command line?
It worked for me as-is.
Oct
11
comment `echo 123 > out.txt` equivalent on windows command line?
@CoolUserName: Then your use of "cat" in your question is misleading.
Oct
11
answered `echo 123 > out.txt` equivalent on windows command line?
Sep
26
answered What happens to a PDF file when you save it as a static PDF file?
Feb
29
comment Opening Forwarded emails from Mac Users
Adding the .eml extension allows outlook to open the file, but it ends up being garbage.
Feb
28
awarded  Student
Feb
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asked Opening Forwarded emails from Mac Users
Mar
28
answered How to prevent my client from hacking into the demo computer I provide him?
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awarded  Critic
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awarded  Supporter
Jun
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answered How do I convert .txt into .xls?
May
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comment How can I disable the CTRL-ALT-DEL key combination completely on XP/Vista/7?
possible duplicate of Disable Control+Alt+Delete without modifying GINA?
Oct
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answered Alt key codes - 2 digits vs 3 digits
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14
awarded  Teacher
Jul
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comment How to tell if my USB ports are 1.1 or 2.0 for different OSes?
On Windows, it also depends on the hardware :)