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Apr
24
reviewed Reviewed CS6 programs close after startup
Apr
24
reviewed Reviewed WmiEvent for any usb device
Apr
24
reviewed No Action Needed Can a massive MySQL data import on an SSD damage it?
Apr
10
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
30
awarded  Yearling
Sep
2
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
30
awarded  Yearling
Jan
27
reviewed Reviewed Multiple Appointment/Meeting options in Outlook
Jan
20
comment How to store cryptocurrencies safely?
Changing the extension of a file doesn't change anything but the extension of the filename. The only thing that "breaks" is the association with a program when you double click on the file.
Jan
20
comment How to store cryptocurrencies safely?
You're the one with 10 000€ in crypto currency. Buy an external HDD.
Jan
20
comment How to store cryptocurrencies safely?
Someone might infect your PC's BIOS with malware that steals any file named wallet.dat, so change it to something else, like buttcoin.lol.
Jan
20
answered How to store cryptocurrencies safely?
Jan
7
reviewed Reviewed What problems does udev actually solve?
Dec
17
revised Why edit.com (16 bit) on WinXP or in Virtual PC on Win7 cannot exit successfully by clicking the close button?
added copy of image in english
Dec
17
suggested approved edit on Why edit.com (16 bit) on WinXP or in Virtual PC on Win7 cannot exit successfully by clicking the close button?
Dec
9
comment New Laptop Win XP Audio driver and alternatives
XP mode on Win 7 is a virtual machine, yes. Mainstream support for XP ended 4.5 years ago. Extended support ends in April 2014. My point is, you need to make a change, maybe this is a good opportunity to start.
Dec
9
comment New Laptop Win XP Audio driver and alternatives
'I don't want to upgrade to Win7, nor use its XP mode.' Why not?
Dec
3
answered How to send a few Gb of confidential data to non-technical users?
Dec
2
reviewed Reviewed HiDPI Issues in Windows 8.1 (Chrome, Spotify)
Nov
25
comment Getting the same number of frames/images from a video stream that I originally put in
Here's what I think you should do: Try one of the worked examples from that page. It isn't exactly what you want, but will verify that ffmpeg is working. Then, change one thing at a time until you get there. If during this process you find yourself asking a question in the form of "Should I try...?" the answer is yes. TRY IT AND SHARE YOUR RESULTS. What do you have to lose by trying?