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Jun
20
comment Force Windows 8.1 Task Manager to always show More Details
@magicandre1981 Does it stay that way after a reboot though? Mine changes back after rebooting.
May
29
comment Split large PDF into smaller Two-page PDFs
I believe your question can be answered via Splitting a PDF into PDFs of various sizes
May
26
comment How do you create a conditional nesting formula on excel 2010 with more than 3 conditions?
Maybe this article will help you better understand nesting.
May
26
comment Extract text from every three lines using Windows
Glad it helped. Make sure to select the question as the answer.
May
26
comment Extract text from every three lines using Windows
Did you change the two variables for the input and output files at the top to match your actual files? Otherwise, I don't really know what the error is about.
May
26
comment Extract text from every three lines using Windows
Should work now.
May
26
comment Extract text from every three lines using Windows
My assumption was wrong about your file actually having the words "Address: " in front of each line. I will edit the script to account for this.
May
26
comment Extract text from every three lines using Windows
Your problem is that your PowerShell execution policy is set to restricted. (See this for details regarding PowerShell execution policies.) Close any PowerShell windows you currently have open. Search for PowerShell on the Start Menu, right click on it, and Run as Administrator... and launch it as an admin. Then type Set-ExecutionPolicy Unrestricted Assuming it runs ok, you can run the script I provided. (The easiest way is probably to copy and paste my code into PowerShell ISE and run it from there.)
May
25
comment Allow only one website using iptables in a linux router
This article may help point you in the right direction.
May
25
comment Maximum Supported RAM in a Sony Vaio VPCW12J1E
According to the Crucial Memory Advisor the machine indeed only supports 2GB of memory. You will likely see an improvement going from 1GB to 2GB if you open a lot of programs simultaneously or run a program (i.e. Photoshop) that uses a lot of memory.
May
25
comment Is there a way in which to show two values per pie slice in a pie chart?
Can you provide a screenshot of what you have? It may help make it a little more clear about what you want? The way I am interpreting it, you have a 4 slice pie but you want to consolidate it to two slices by putting the 4 slices into two groups?
May
25
comment Why am I suddenly signed out of all of my internet accounts?
Welcome to Superuser. Your answer is good, but you could improve it by adding the steps needed to exit private browsing mode.
May
25
comment Unable to take RDP of Windows server 2012 from windows 7
possible duplicate of Remote Desktop Connection can't connect to Windows Server 2012
May
24
comment Windows 8 recovery failures
Try to download Windows 8.1 to a flash drive from Microsoft for free and see if it will activate using the OEM key in your UEFI. Failing that, I would go with Moab's suggestion.
May
23
comment How to use a Linux system as a land phone
Thank you for participating on Superuser. Your answer seems thorough, however, I removed the TLDR; phrase from your answer. It is not necessary when answering a question to include acronyms and/or colloquialisms that may not be understood by readers if they do not add value to the answer.
May
23
comment Is there any custom DWM (Desktop Window Manager) for Windows 8?
You can probably find the answer you are looking for by Googling "replace Windows shell" or "skinning Windows." @DanielB is correct that Windows doesn't really have a Desktop WIndow Manager in the same way that *nix systems do.
May
23
comment Batch/Powershell - Empty directory - mkdir with todays date - backup folders
@Daniel I edited the script so that it should make the folder with the date you want. Please mark this as the answer if it is satisfactory to your needs.
May
23
comment Word 2013, ctrl+backspace includes the space between the current word and the previous
Save and close your document. When you reopen it, the behavior should be as you want. As best I can tell there is a bug that once you issue Ctrl+Backspace twice, Word gets stuck in deleting the word and the space. This sin't really an answer, but at least there is some workaround.
May
23
comment Having weird game lockups on a less than a year old computer
How long do you play these games before a freeze occurs?
May
23
comment Having weird game lockups on a less than a year old computer
Have you checked Windows Event Viewer to see if it is recording any errors prior to the freeze?