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Mar
24
comment If you block all incoming connections, how can you still use the internet?
Block all incoming phone calls/Forward all incoming phone calls to voicemail? Doesn't stop you from calling out to someone.
Mar
24
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
9
comment Found new malware not detected by antivirus. How to evaluate the threat?
@AndréDaniel The difference is shades of grey - the world isn't black and white. Virus not a virus. If you get something from Downloads.com, click accept and get Vosteran Toolbar Awesomifier!!!... you got mal/ad/spy-ware - not a virus/trojan. It's "bonus software" and you clicked accept making it no longer "unauthorized". Should an AV uninstall/remove that? Maybe, maybe not. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malware#Grayware - thats why MB/SpyBot/etc are as prevalent as they are.
Mar
9
comment Found new malware not detected by antivirus. How to evaluate the threat?
As alluded to below, AV is for AV. For malware - which is more grey area - you may want to explore tools that remove more grey area stuff. MalwareBytes, Spybot, Super, etc
Feb
18
accepted Keep outlook 2010 open
Feb
18
revised Keep outlook 2010 open
added 144 characters in body
Feb
18
comment How to make Outlook 2010 minimize when I try to close it?
Pure money on this addin. Outlook 2013 x32.
Feb
18
comment How to make Outlook 2010 minimize when I try to close it?
Why pay for what you get with KeepOutlookRunning (Accepted answer) for free - which works with Outlook 2013? A menu to change the some minor options vs KORs lack of options... maybe worth a couple bucks, but 60?
Feb
3
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
2
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
28
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
28
comment ESXi - change screen for physical monitor
This is the route I was going to try and use, although I haven't had good luck with USB Monitor Ports previously (old, buggy software in my experience).
Jan
24
accepted Block/Remove “Web”/Bing Search from Windows 10
Jan
24
asked Windows 10 - Alt/Tab--Application Snap left-right Chaos
Jan
23
asked ESXi - change screen for physical monitor
Dec
11
revised Downloading software without bloatware
technically not a "Zip" or "unzip" process to install portable apps.
Dec
11
comment Downloading software without bloatware
To my knowledge, as others have alluded, you can move the folder and nothing is "permanently" installed (with the exception of maybe the launcher?). The implementation details (glorified zip vs "PortableApps Installer" - whatever that means) isn't where I wanted to focus, and maybe I can tone those parts down or clarify if needed (maybe my understanding is outdated as well - I moved from PortableApps to Ninite awhile ago). The important parts to me are the available programs and lack of "bloat"/toolbars with those programs.
Dec
11
awarded  Yearling
Dec
10
answered Downloading software without bloatware
Dec
8
awarded  Notable Question