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May
10
comment How to reinstall retail Windows 8.1 Pro on another PC?
I'm assuming there isn't a sticker with a key on the device?
May
9
comment How do you convert an SSH private key to a .ppk on the Windows command line?
I was only trying to construct a convenience script. But this is the most useful information I can probably get.
May
8
comment Why does my script omit leading whitespace in console output?
The key for me to understand here was, quoting the argument initially will only preserve the whitespace until it is passed into consoleWriteLine. The second time it is echo'd, the whitespace needs to be preserved again by additional quotes. I would have never guessed that you can put quotes around $*.
May
5
comment Outlook 2010 sends .oft as plain text
This can also happen if the template wasn't signed and you're now signing all emails by default. Either way, it's related to signing.
Apr
27
comment Is there a Chrome(ium) alternative for the Firefox “Self-Destructing Cookies” extension?
@mc0e: Thanks for letting me know.
Apr
26
comment How am I still being tracked
panopticlick.eff.org
Apr
11
comment How do I securely store and manage 180 passwords?
@Pacerier: Because I prefer a solution where I can control every aspect of it. Also, KeePass is 100% open source, I read the source code and I've developed plugins for it. I do not trust LastPass the same way and I don't think a solution like that should have "premium" features you need to unlock by paying money.
Apr
11
comment Log %CPU by Process over time
@Pacerier: I would recommend you just download them and play around with both tools. Maybe I chose the wrong terms to describe them, but you'll quickly notice the different ways in which both tools can be useful to you.
Apr
11
comment Log %CPU by Process over time
@Pacerier One is a task manager, the other records operations performed by tasks.
Apr
11
comment How do I securely store and manage 180 passwords?
@Pacerier By keeping multiple synchronized copies of the database
Apr
2
comment How to use locate to search for folders only
@sch: You definitely have a point, thanks for the improved code.
Apr
2
comment How to use locate to search for folders only
@sch: Well, if you don't understand the consequences and if you're in the habit of having files named $(reboot) on your computer, maybe you shouldn't run commands you find on the internet with sudo ;D But, thanks for providing a better version, feel free to edit or post it as an answer, so it doesn't get lost in comments.
Apr
2
comment How to use locate to search for folders only
@sch Wow, that sucks
Mar
27
comment How to find Chrome extensions that inject ads into any webpage I browse?
@GiacomoTecyaPigani: Chrome actually allows fine-grained control over which plugins should run: i.imgur.com/aQXthv4.png I use "click to run" for Flash.
Mar
26
comment How to find Chrome extensions that inject ads into any webpage I browse?
@Vinayak: It's definitely a great term :) But that's the "official" name ux.stackexchange.com/questions/32877/…
Mar
23
comment How do you “Edit As New” in Outlook?
@AdamThompson: It must be you. It looks fine to me. Anything in particular that doesn't match up from your point of view?
Mar
8
comment Why does “explorer” sometimes not create a shell?
@Zoredache: The process works perfectly on other devices. If I set Notepad to be the shell, exit it after a reboot and start Explorer, I'll get my shell as expected. On another device the situation is as described in my question. Given that Explorer isn't the shell by default on either device, no other instances of Explorer (or anything else that isn't a service) are running.
Mar
6
comment Why does “explorer” sometimes not create a shell?
@CanadianLuke: The mode in which Windows Explorer provides the main Windows user interface, like the task bar, the Start screen, the desktop and so on.
Mar
4
comment Preventing applications from stealing focus
@TomášZato: No idea. I'm not actively using this code myself.
Feb
1
comment How do I find the source of empty items in my Explorer context menu?
I have 311 shell extensions installed. Could be quite the job to work through those. But ShellExView is a nice hint.