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Oct
3
asked Is there some way Linux editors can tell the programming language without the file extension?
Mar
23
comment What tools exist for monitoring the CPU and memory utilization of Firefox?
Memory and XUL Profiler aren't compatible with FF11 and don't seem to have been updated for a long time.
Mar
23
comment What tools exist for monitoring the CPU and memory utilization of Firefox?
To solve my immediate needs I installed the NoScript addon, and I am surprised at how much needless Javascript hampers my browsing experience.
Mar
22
revised What tools exist for monitoring the CPU and memory utilization of Firefox?
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Mar
22
comment What tools exist for monitoring the CPU and memory utilization of Firefox?
I am looking more along the lines of something which gives more detailed info, ie which pages and scripts are causing the problem. I'll add more detail to the question
Mar
22
asked What tools exist for monitoring the CPU and memory utilization of Firefox?
Jan
11
awarded  Supporter
Jan
11
comment Does the Windows Task Scheduler have a way to run a command a set time after the user logs on?
I was looking for something on Windows XP which I should have mentioned, I guess I may have to implement a batch file with a delay in it.
Jan
9
awarded  Teacher
Jan
9
answered Compressing a slow drive for performance?
Jan
9
accepted Is there a way to run a service a set time after Windows starts?
Jan
9
asked Does the Windows Task Scheduler have a way to run a command a set time after the user logs on?
Jan
9
asked Is there a way to run a service a set time after Windows starts?
Dec
31
awarded  Tumbleweed
Dec
24
comment Is there a way to save the file listing from a Windows file search to a text file?
I have tried this and it fits my need. It's not integrated with Windows Explorer, but does all I'm looking for
Dec
24
awarded  Scholar
Dec
24
accepted Is there a way to save the file listing from a Windows file search to a text file?
Dec
24
comment Is there a way to save the file listing from a Windows file search to a text file?
I have read the info on Send To Toys, and it appears to check only the file names. I will try it out on a separate system
Dec
15
awarded  Student
Dec
14
comment Is there a way to save the file listing from a Windows file search to a text file?
which version if Windows is it? The "Copy as path" is not available in Windows XP. I am just praying that it can be that easy if possible at all