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Apr
12
comment Copying folder to multiple destinations in parallel
If you have any programming experience then you could simply write a program for it. It's not that hard.
Mar
30
comment How on earth can this reported hour-long ping time be real?
a router that isn't overloaded with spam.
Nov
14
revised How can I remove a specific request header before sending a request in Chrome or Firefox?
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Oct
23
answered Unplugging USB hard drive can damage computer? Seriously?
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Aug
25
comment How does Windows know if a program is not responding?
@MSalters With startup being defined as the time before the first GetMessage? That feature allows simple command line apps to work without being considered hung as they don't need to poll the queue.
Aug
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Aug
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answered How does Windows know if a program is not responding?
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Apr
15
comment Does increasing upload or download speed reduce ping?
40km/h on a bike is a lot, an amateur reaches 25 at most.
Apr
15
comment Does increasing upload or download speed reduce ping?
shipping a truckload of harddrives has a very large bandwidth but also a very high latency (round-trip time measured in days)
Mar
11
comment What happens to unused data/space on a CD-R after burning?
@Logarr in my experience (with a different writer/software) it keeps the blank mirror sheen
Feb
11
suggested rejected edit on How to rename network printer on Windows 7?
Jan
20
comment Excel adds double quotes on csv export
except excel doesn't escape the quotes (unless his example wasn't from excel)
Dec
8
comment What is the value of MD5 checksums if the MD5 hash itself could potentially also have been manipulated?
MD5 is in fact blatantly broken against malicious changes assuming the original file was prepared for it.
Nov
26
comment Is there any difference between computer speakers and a hi-fi?
hi-fi stands for high fidelity, that should give a hint. hi-fi generally ensure a good minimally-distorted frequency response while computer speakers may not
Nov
17
comment Is CRT degaussing really dangerous for nearby laptops?
and you can see the degaus coil right there