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Apr
10
comment Disable text effects on tab labels in Firefox with ColorfulTabs
Sometimes, I wish I could up-vote myself. Had to look this up again after a re-install. Good to have my old notes here.
Apr
10
accepted Disable text effects on tab labels in Firefox with ColorfulTabs
Apr
8
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Mar
28
comment How can I run a program with Administrator permissions on startup, and minimize to tray?
@AthomSfere Not really. The features I've mentioned in Process Explorer are sufficient for my interests right now, plus keeping it in the system tray makes it quickly accessible without actually making it the replacement for Task Manager.
Mar
28
revised How can I run a program with Administrator permissions on startup, and minimize to tray?
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Mar
28
comment How can I run a program with Administrator permissions on startup, and minimize to tray?
@Col I have not tried Task Scheduler yet. If you have a process for configuring Task Scheduler in such a way that it meets the goals I've laid out in the question, please post it as an answer.
Mar
28
revised How can I run a program with Administrator permissions on startup, and minimize to tray?
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Mar
28
asked How can I run a program with Administrator permissions on startup, and minimize to tray?
Mar
27
answered Disable text effects on tab labels in Firefox with ColorfulTabs
Mar
27
revised Disable text effects on tab labels in Firefox with ColorfulTabs
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Mar
27
revised Disable text effects on tab labels in Firefox with ColorfulTabs
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Mar
27
asked Disable text effects on tab labels in Firefox with ColorfulTabs
Mar
26
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Mar
22
comment Data recovery on FDE with information
@MaxSan Edited answer to include another possible option. If that doesn't work, see above comment.
Mar
22
comment Data recovery on FDE with information
@MaxSan In that case, you're probably just plain hosed. Presuming that they key itself is part of the "truecrypt configuration" which was corrupted, your only option now would be a brute-force attack against the data. This is generally infeasible for anyone short of a well-funded and dedicated government organization - and even then, if it's at all possible, it's not likely to be done within any reasonable time frame for your purposes.
Mar
22
answered Data recovery on FDE with information
Mar
13
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Mar
13
comment How can I create an encrypted file on OSX for opening on Win7 w/out 3rd party software?
While this question is about security features in an OS, it's not actually a security question as much as it is a software usage question. It would be more properly on-topic for Super User. I've flagged this question for migration. If a moderator (or 4 other high-rep users) agree, it will be moved - please don't cross-post.
Mar
11
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Mar
9
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