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Jun
27
comment How can I stop HKLM\SOFTWARE\Policies\Google\Chrome being set?
It's greyed out.
Jun
27
comment How can I stop HKLM\SOFTWARE\Policies\Google\Chrome being set?
I don't seem to have permission to do that.
Jun
27
comment How can I stop HKLM\SOFTWARE\Policies\Google\Chrome being set?
Sorry, should have been more specific. They're not changing it manually on my PC so I assume it's being done via Group Policy.
Jun
27
asked How can I stop HKLM\SOFTWARE\Policies\Google\Chrome being set?
Mar
14
comment Is it possible to allow Windows to reclaim memory when Skype is minimized?
Like he says, it depends on the application. Firefox is obviously freeing up memory when it's minimised but not all programmers are so considerate.
Mar
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Jan
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revised Setting up a triple-boot from scratch - Win7, Win8 and Ubuntu
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Dec
22
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Aug
24
comment BootMgr is missing, usual fixes don't work
So that would be the first on the list of things I tried that didn't help?
Aug
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Apr
26
comment How can I track network use for a particular website?
I've installed it now. It only gives a rough idea of usage - number of pages visited per website rather than actual bandwidth - but better than anything else I've found.
Apr
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Feb
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Feb
14
revised How do I force excel (and other office products) to stop opening files in the same application?
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Feb
14
answered How do I force excel (and other office products) to stop opening files in the same application?
Dec
30
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Nov
30
comment BootMgr is missing, usual fixes don't work
Pretty simple - just copy the backup of the partition on top of the new partition. There was nothing wrong with the partition itself but the bootloader wasn't finding it, so this forces the bootloader to look in the right place.