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.NET developer and architect (C#, of course) for a small software company in Columbia, SC. If you're wondering what I'm doing, check out my questions.

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Mar
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awarded  Citizen Patrol
Feb
28
comment Restore default Windows 7 key bindings
megaultrafacepalm
Feb
27
awarded  Taxonomist
Feb
7
comment windows 7 terminal service connection count
Buy server 2008.
Feb
3
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
25
comment Why is my file copying slowly?
meta.stackexchange.com/questions/64068/…
Jan
6
awarded  Notable Question
Nov
9
awarded  Notable Question
Oct
5
comment Mac OS X Finder file selection events?
@Paul thanks for clearing that up. Migrating to SuperUser.
Sep
27
comment Need my PDF to be searchable when clicked
Sorry, this is off topic. Migrating to SuperUser.
Aug
30
comment “Task Manager” addon for Firefox?
@bdolan Odd, there's an attribute link in the answer...
Aug
25
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
20
accepted Can I change the user that is the default choice in UAC?
Jul
16
awarded  Yearling
Jul
9
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Jul
9
awarded  Promoter
Jun
25
comment VMWare: This host doesn't support VT. Can not play 64bit VM due to lack of VT flag
Wild ass guess here... VM needs Intel VT support to run a 64bit OS. Your motherboard's chipset does not support Intel VT. So either run a 32bit OS, or get new hardware. Or use a different virtual machine manager. But I might just be flat out wrong.
Jun
9
awarded  Nice Question
Jun
8
comment Change the delay before the Taskbar expands
Wish it did, but no. You can configure the taskbar to hide. When your mouse gets near it, it expands. I'm looking to have it wait a half sec before expanding, instead of opening immediately. It seems to interpret a swipe by a finger as different from a mouse hover; I'd love to keep that yet have it wait if the cursor butted against the edge. A fine line, but one that could be distinguished.
Jun
7
asked Change the delay before the Taskbar expands