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comment How to restore the URL in Google Chrome's omnibox, i.e. always show it without right-click “Show Url”
@tumchaaditya Please see image. I thought Chrome forces an update, and that the upgrade schedule is synchronized worldwide
Aug
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revised How to restore the URL in Google Chrome's omnibox, i.e. always show it without right-click “Show Url”
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Aug
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revised How to restore the URL in Google Chrome's omnibox, i.e. always show it without right-click “Show Url”
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answered How to restore the URL in Google Chrome's omnibox, i.e. always show it without right-click “Show Url”
Aug
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asked How to restore the URL in Google Chrome's omnibox, i.e. always show it without right-click “Show Url”
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accepted Run Windows XP (VM) from bootable USB (linux)
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awarded  Tumbleweed
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Apr
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comment Run Windows XP (VM) from bootable USB (linux)
I need to be 100% sure this works before deciding what my next USB flash drive is going to be (16/32/64 GB) or just a couple of slow 4 GBs if I won't be carrying bootable VMs with me.
Apr
18
comment Run Windows XP (VM) from bootable USB (linux)
Considering the fact that XP is almost 10 years old when hardware was much slower, and that a good decent 16/32 GB flash drive can run at 30/40 or 50/60 (read write MBps) I will take the chance with speed. I asked the question because I also think it plausible, but any links, tuts etc?
Apr
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awarded  Editor
Apr
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revised Run Windows XP (VM) from bootable USB (linux)
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asked Run Windows XP (VM) from bootable USB (linux)
Mar
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accepted Go away “Visual Studio 2008 Command Prompt”. Give me my regular command prompt
Mar
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comment Folder compare tool?
If you're comparing two files I'm sure it will be those two files that are different, if any.
Feb
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comment Go away “Visual Studio 2008 Command Prompt”. Give me my regular command prompt
No, XP Pro (my system) doesn't have where.exe, nor which (linux)
Feb
22
answered Go away “Visual Studio 2008 Command Prompt”. Give me my regular command prompt
Feb
22
comment Go away “Visual Studio 2008 Command Prompt”. Give me my regular command prompt
Which folder should where be in - I don't see it?
Feb
22
comment Go away “Visual Studio 2008 Command Prompt”. Give me my regular command prompt
@Synetech - I have removed it and then run cmd.exe 15 times in a row, as stated in the question