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Dec
20
comment How do I place a bootable ISO on a USB drive?
plus 1 - the downloadable executable is even signed properly
Nov
20
comment (How) can I use my Mozilla dictionaries in my texteditor?
thanks. Except that NP++ sucks even worse that PSPad (wrt. everything else) -- 'course it's a get-used-to thing, but I don't like NP++ too much ;-)
Nov
17
comment How do I disable Aero Shake in Windows 7?
+1, especially for the screenshot - makes it really easier to find this if the Windows language != en
Nov
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Nov
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comment Is there still a reason to choose a 10,000 RPM hard drive over an SSD?
While spreading SSD failure anecdotes, could you be more precise and add (for your ThinkPad): which OS? usage pattern? Thanks. (sincerely)
Oct
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Oct
22
accepted Browsable compressed filesystem archive with full attributes?
Oct
13
comment Is it possible to “declare” a windows cmd-file (batch-file) as 32 bit?
Sedond, given "scripting and little helpers with batch files" (quote question) how do you think proposing to re-write all these in something compileable to an executable is going to help?
Oct
13
comment Is it possible to “declare” a windows cmd-file (batch-file) as 32 bit?
First, I think you have misunderstood that I "only want to run on 32 bit machines". I'm fine with these running on a 64bit OS, the just should run in a 32 bit context. So if I were to compile anything, a 32bit exe file would be just fine, no need for a com file.
Oct
12
accepted Is it possible to “declare” a windows cmd-file (batch-file) as 32 bit?
Oct
12
comment Is it possible to “declare” a windows cmd-file (batch-file) as 32 bit?
Hi. I am downvoting your answer because I think it is totally besides the point.
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Aug
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comment How do I change the user I am logged in with on a Network Share?
Apparently the cmdkey utility is used to manage this from the command line.
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