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awarded  Popular Question
Apr
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comment How can I open more than one instance of Microsoft Project?
Just for future reference, this still applies to Office 2010.
Dec
27
answered Permission Denied For Service under Local Administrator Account
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awarded  Critic
Sep
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revised Permission Denied For Service under Local Administrator Account
Added Update 2
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Aug
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revised Permission Denied For Service under Local Administrator Account
Added the Update
Aug
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comment Permission Denied For Service under Local Administrator Account
You can always configure the account under which the service runs. Mine ain't running under neither of those, instead it's under an administrator account created by me, which I'm sure has sufficient privileges to perform the tasks.
Aug
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revised Permission Denied For Service under Local Administrator Account
Asked the specific question.
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awarded  Student
Aug
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asked Permission Denied For Service under Local Administrator Account
May
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comment Is there a way to learn Linux without completely switching to Linux?
@akappa As I said in my first comment I am no expert on the subject whatsoever, but seeing that Windows is more abrasive on resources that might impact the performance on running applications (even if the code is unmanaged) therefore the app might run better under Linux. But I strongly doubt that such difference would be a problem if you're only learning instead of developing high-demand applications.
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awarded  Editor
May
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comment Is there a way to learn Linux without completely switching to Linux?
@sehe you were right. Fixed it. Thank you :)
May
28
revised Is there a way to learn Linux without completely switching to Linux?
Fixed a typo.
May
28
comment Is there a way to learn Linux without completely switching to Linux?
I won't argue the fact that they might indeed run better under Linux but, though I'm no expert on the subject, I think they run pretty well for learning purpose, so unless @fahfbweigbwidhb plans on building some scientific application I think he/she'll be just fine.
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May
28
answered Is there a way to learn Linux without completely switching to Linux?
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