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May
19
comment Can I copy multiple files from single folder to multiple folder in windows with batch file?
@BiTinerary Your answer is good, the question was bad. I believe the questions SU is trying to avoid are ones that show no effort: "I know nothing about cmdline. Here's what I'm trying to do. Help" with no evidence that they've tried something themselves. Really, the best response here imo would have been for us to fix the question.
May
19
comment Can I copy multiple files from single folder to multiple folder in windows with batch file?
@Oliver Salzburg Why did you remove the tag?
May
18
awarded  Informed
May
18
comment Can I copy multiple files from single folder to multiple folder in windows with batch file?
This is a correct answer, so you don't really deserve the downvote. Superuser is not a script-writing service. Of course it's possible to do it in a batch or powershell script, but that's not what OP is asking.
May
13
revised How do I take a screenshot from a YouTube video?
Remove photoshop tag
May
12
comment Increasing all levels in a list by 1 in a word document
"increase one level further"? Each element is 1 level more-nested? Select all and press tab. Perhaps you're after "start numbering at" "2" / "B"?
May
11
comment Can my ISP know if I'm using vpn
Everything has to go via your router and ISP at some point. Either the virtual network is just confusing tracert or you're misinterpreting the results.
May
5
comment What causes average response time into the seconds for an SSD?
How much free space do you have on your drive, and how big is the windows pagefile?
May
5
comment What causes average response time into the seconds for an SSD?
Peak I/O requests is just that; it doesn't account for the average time of each request. You could easily have a near-full disk that's being asked for data that's spread across many blocks, due to a high amount of stale pages. Each I/O request for X bytes is now retrieving far far more than X bytes. Plus there's a garbage-collection overhead. This alone doesn't justify the numbers you're seeing though.
May
5
revised When I hit DEL during start up, am I entering CMOS or BIOS?
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May
1
reviewed Approve Connection between router and server
Apr
30
answered Favourites not appearing in Internet explorer
Apr
30
answered How does internet explorer gets its favorites?
Apr
30
awarded  Strunk & White
Apr
30
answered IE11 - Unable to add website to Favorites
Apr
30
revised Why are we getting low download speed as compared to the our bandwidth from browser?
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Apr
30
comment Why are we getting low download speed as compared to the our bandwidth from browser?
I suggest we move this to serverfault; a better audience for non-home-networking issues. (Have you filed a ticket with your rack host?)
Apr
30
comment Why are we getting low download speed as compared to the our bandwidth from browser?
So the box in question is a rack you are remoted into, and you're downloading to the rack? Is it a virtual machine or dedicated? What linux distro are you using? Is cpu usage perhaps the bottleneck? (Unlikely but plausible if you're in a shared space, check top). Any other users remoted into the machine and using bandwidth?
Apr
29
answered Why are we getting low download speed as compared to the our bandwidth from browser?
Apr
29
comment Why are we getting low download speed as compared to the our bandwidth from browser?
Have you tested at different types of day (non-peak times)? and with different machines?