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Mar
11
reviewed No Action Needed Lenova Thinkpad Edge E430 Battery suddenly decrease from 50% to 7%
Mar
9
reviewed No Action Needed My laptop starts heating up and it's fan spins at full speed when it's idle
Mar
9
reviewed No Action Needed My sound keeps going up no matter what
Mar
9
reviewed No Action Needed Adobe PDF Autozoom when Scrolling
Mar
9
reviewed No Action Needed Hard drive weird issue
Mar
8
reviewed Reviewed Turning display off makes CPU burn up and fan gets really loud on sony laptop with windows 8
Mar
6
reviewed No Action Needed Can't add drive to mdadm RAID1 array
Mar
6
reviewed No Action Needed Control autoshape corner rounding for rounded rectangle in word 2007
Mar
3
reviewed No Action Needed Primary hard drive too small
Mar
3
reviewed Reviewed Samsung 830 seen in BIOS but not Windows 8 on Dell XPS8700
Mar
3
reviewed No Action Needed Firefox and Internet Explorer display garbage instead of a specific site
Mar
1
reviewed No Action Needed My colleague often shuts down my machine through the LAN - how do I prevent it?
Mar
1
reviewed No Action Needed My VirtualBox Ubuntu crashed. How can I access its files from my Mac?
Feb
27
awarded  Custodian
Feb
27
awarded  Custodian
Feb
22
comment Program to track time and describe what I did
Have you tried Rescue Time? rescuetime.com
Feb
22
comment Importing PST Calendar to Outlook.com
P.S. This may work on Windows Live Mail, but I've not tested it as I don't use it - however I have tested the Outlook method.
Feb
22
answered Importing PST Calendar to Outlook.com
Feb
22
comment Importing PST Calendar to Outlook.com
You don't say how you are trying to import the Calendar - please could you clarify what you are doing. Also, is this Outlook.com or Outlook365 and are you connecting to email via the web browser interface or through an email application (such as Outlook)
Jan
16
comment Windows Explorer can't handle copying terabytes (TB) of files, what works instead?
Just to note that Robocopy uses it's own copying methods and can restart files mid-copy (use /Z option). Robocopy also handles paths longer than 256 characters long (which Explorer doesn't). Just because it's run from the command line, doesn't exclude it from being a program in its own right. Glad you found a good alternative to Explorer - I might give Total Commander a try myself.