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Jan
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comment Windows 7 — Should we forget defragmentation?
As explained in the documentation for Diskeeper: "When the VSS defragmentation option is enabled, Diskeeper uses proprietary defragmentation engines to help reduce the chance of the defragmentation operation causing new VSS snapshots from being created, thus potentially preventing older snapshots from being purged. In order to do this, the VSS defragmentation engines use more conservative file movement algorithms, which can result in slightly less thorough defragmentation of the volume."
Jan
29
answered Windows 7 — Should we forget defragmentation?
Jan
4
revised Cursor lag when mouse cursor changes?
Added instruction to make sure the system is working *first*, as you cannot install any display drivers afterwards!
Jan
4
revised Cursor lag when mouse cursor changes?
Added instruction to make sure the system is working *first*, as you cannot install any display drivers afterwards!
Jan
4
revised Cursor lag when mouse cursor changes?
Added instruction to make sure the system is working *first*, as you cannot install any display drivers afterwards!
Dec
29
comment Cursor lag when mouse cursor changes?
After rollback, the problem may recur because of automatic driver installation. Blocking display drivers from installing will lock down your system in the usable state: superuser.com/a/525431/43454
Dec
28
answered Cursor lag when mouse cursor changes?
Nov
30
revised How to type pinyin text with tone marks in Windows?
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Nov
30
revised How to type pinyin text with tone marks in Windows?
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Nov
30
revised How to type pinyin text with tone marks in Windows?
added 1 characters in body
Nov
30
answered How to type pinyin text with tone marks in Windows?
Nov
23
answered Type math formulas in LaTeX way in Microsoft Word?
Aug
16
comment Reduce remote desktop first time login delays on windows XP embedded
Sounds like some kind of timeout. Could it be a certificate issue?
Aug
16
answered Win+R runs as Administrator in Windows 8
Aug
16
answered Is it possible to use ActiveSync to access my folders in Thunderbird when using the new Outlook.com?
Jul
21
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Jul
15
answered Why is the Windows 7 system image so big?
Jul
15
comment Why is the Windows 7 system image so big?
No, because then your free space would read 631 GB instead of 739 GB. NTFS reports the actual free space -- excluding wasted space in each cluster. Fragmentation also has no effect on available free space. (Note: the OS cluster size need not be the same as the hard drive sector size, though it's more efficient if they are.)
May
5
comment How do I track changes in Powerpoint?
The Compare feature isn't as powerful as Track Changes. Word has both features; PowerPoint only has Compare. The key differences: (1) Track Changes displays the changes inline instead of separately (2) Track Changes allows you to accumulate a whole stack of changes from multiple users.
May
5
answered Creating encrypted disk images on Windows 7?