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  • Mar
    11
    comment What is the video format to use for archiving videos for long term storage?
    You don't have to be a smart a*** :-). Well, a popular open source solution would probably be good. I did some research and Ogg/Theora seems to be a good one. I want to see what the superuser community thinks.
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    asked What is the video format to use for archiving videos for long term storage?
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    comment Does Messenger Plus! contain any spyware?
    Good point, thank you for the great answer.
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    comment “run as administrator” in standard user account
    Actually I figured out that the reason it was not prompting me for the password was because I had all of the other administrator accounts deactivated... so I just had to activate one of the administrator accounts using net user admin /active:yes
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    Sep
    5
    comment Force-refreshing only JavaScript files in Firefox and Chrome
    I appreciate that... But please note that although I know this works in Firefox, and probably IE, I am not sure if CTRL-F5 works the same way in Chrome.
    Sep
    5
    answered Force-refreshing only JavaScript files in Firefox and Chrome
    Sep
    5
    comment Can iPhone Apps “see” your data or information?
    Post a link to your question if you end up asking it... I am curious myself :)
    Sep
    5
    comment Can iPhone Apps “see” your data or information?
    Yes that is true. But also know that the original makers of VNC such as realVNC or ultraVNC have been around for a while and used by many people and is considered trusted. Even when I download a VNC client for my PC, I always make sure I am downloading it directly from their site rather than a third party download site because it could have been altered to have malicious code, like josh pointed out.
    Sep
    5
    comment Can iPhone Apps “see” your data or information?
    Well not sure over iPhone... I use VNC myself, but I don't use it on the iPhone, i use it connecting from my work. For me, I use openVPN server on my home server, and openVPN client on the computer at work. (I use openVPN to create the encrypted tunnel) I make a connection using openVPN, then i start up my VNC client to remote into my desktop. Maybe that could be another question for SuperUser :) "How do I use SSL or some other encryption for VNC on the iphone" :)
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