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Mar
21
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
15
revised Monitor not displaying native resolution
updated answer
Feb
16
awarded  Famous Question
Feb
14
comment Can I open new tabs in Opera with a homepage loaded rather than empty?
that link is dead
Jan
24
revised How to lock Windows 10 screen without a keyboard?
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Jan
24
accepted How to lock Windows 10 screen without a keyboard?
Jan
24
answered Connecting via Remote Desktop to machine with Public network location?
Jan
24
answered How to lock Windows 10 screen without a keyboard?
Jan
24
comment How to lock Windows 10 screen without a keyboard?
This is pretty good although I'm still interested in an answer that wouldn't require setting something up in advance
Jan
24
asked How to lock Windows 10 screen without a keyboard?
Jan
20
answered Sync the clock on Windows 7 to the time server more frequently
Jan
20
comment Computer clock drifts on standby. Can I make Windows synchronize time on every wakeup?
See pretentiousname.com/timesync for a great way to set this up using the standard windows task sheduler
Jan
20
asked How can I control news notifications in Windows 10?
Jan
18
comment Windows 7 SP1 Windows Update stuck checking for updates
Hmm weird I thought maybe I had installed KB-3102810 already so I decided to install SUR which installed normally. After reboot I ran the Windows6.1-KB3102810-x64.msu file again and this time it went thru an installation. I think I rebooted one more time and now my updates seem to be working
Jan
18
comment Windows 7 SP1 Windows Update stuck checking for updates
I'm confused when I download KB-3102810 I get a file called Windows6.1-KB3102810-x64.msu. When I disconnect from the internet, reboot, and run this file, it doesn't seem to install anything rather it opens up a dialog with the title "Windows Update Standalone Installer" that says "Searching for updates on this computer...". This makes me feel like it's expecting to be connected to the internet.
Jan
16
comment Monitor not displaying native resolution
Yes it is erratic. Happened again today after being fine for a while. The above trick did not work this time. Then I read this forum AMD Radeon HD7700 - Stuck at 640 x 480 Resolution which suggested unplugging and replugging in the DisplayPort cable (what I'm using in my case). No reboot necessary. Do this fixed it for the time being, we'll see for how long. Sounds like a different issue than yours but may help someone else.
Jan
15
comment Monitor not displaying native resolution
@Insane: This problem just happened again to me today. Once again I tried uninstalling the monitor driver and rebooting but the problem was still there. Then I tried uninstalling the monitor driver again AND after that checking the "Make this my main display" (it was originally my main display but after the resolution change my other monitor became the main display) and then rebooting. This fixed the problem for me. Not sure if the multiple reboots did the trick of the combo of uninstalling the driver and setting the main display.
Jan
12
answered Monitor not displaying native resolution
Jan
12
comment Monitor not displaying native resolution
If you google around there are plenty of people having issues with multiple monitors under windows 10. Did you try the monitor on another non-windows 10 machine? Maybe even try a Ubuntu Live CD or something. My second monitor wouldn't display in proper resolution in Windows 10 (after previously working). I went to device manager uninstalled the Generic PnP monitor driver and rebooted windows and now it displays the proper resolution.
Jan
11
answered How to delete directories with path/names too long for normal delete