WINDOWS 10 2021 :
On the Remote Desktop Window :
Use Ctrl + Alt + Home to show the toolbar, then TAB, TAB, then hit ENTER.
On the local machine :
Use Alt + TAB to get back
to the Remote Desktop Window.
It's a quick solution to keep the Alt + TAB working on the Remote Desktop Window.
I am looking at a couple of (Windows 10) machines here and RamMap shows very little transition memory on both machines.
On your Windows 7 machine, run Admin Tools, Resource Monitor.
Make sure the Memory Line is open.
Let resource monitor run for 15 minutes or so and then see what is taking the memory.
Try running SFC /SCANNOW from an admin command prompt and ...
Windows 7 usually installed using MBR. Windows 10 generally uses UEFI so the first thing you need to determine is whether you are using an MBR or UEFI boot method for your windows install. Whichever you are using for windows you must also use with Mint. Problems you will encounter if you mix them are explained at the site below.
Sony haven't released anything for that machine since 2014. It's abandonware, I'm afraid, never supported for Windows 10 & no longer supported for Windows 7 either.
See DriverScape - https://www.driverscape.com/manufacturers/sony/laptops-desktops/vpceh2kfx/44381
Sony's own page for it just seems broken, no matter what browser you try to access it from - ...
You can do this with Fastone Image viewer
Open image in windowed or fullscreen view
Go to Settings
Under Viewer tab uncheck Reset image position to (0,0) when loading images checkmark
In Auto Image Size dropdown choose Lock zoom ratio And press ok
Zoom to the desired location and use PageUp and PageDown to switch between images
Here is video demonstration
I fully understand your pain, especially with everyone that is replying with "you shouldn't being do that" All you want is want an answer, not a moral lecture.
I recently started working for very large company that had a similar very ridiculous policy of not allowing you to continue where you left off in chrome and always forcing you to open the ...
Windows has no way to enable ReadyBoost for second hard drives when the OS drive already is a low-latency SSD.
But a few alternative things:
SysMain (nee SuperFetch)
Windows SysMain service (formerly known as SuperFetch) will proactively load files from your hard disk that it knows you will use, and cache them in unused RAM. For example, on my desktop with ...
If you get an 'access denied' error when attempting to shut down, log off or reboot a Windows system from Device ManageR, first manually test whether Device ManageR's host system can shut down the target computer; then, if it can, run Device Manager as an administrator with the host system's username and password.
user1306322 answer was super helpful for me, thanks!!
I just wanted to convert from rar to zip so I changed the extensions and it worked lke a charm
for %%F in (*.rar) do ( "C:\Program Files\7-Zip\7z.exe" x -y -o"%%F_tmp" "%%F" * & pushd %%F_tmp & "C:\Program Files\7-Zip\7z.exe" a -y -r -tzip ..\"%%~nF&...
Check the if folder "C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Oracle\Java\javapath" exist if so:
remove entry "C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Oracle\Java\javapath" from your PATH env variable. It prevents using your correct JDK instance.
hmm i fixed it somehow by using easybcd to write the boot manager to mbr which somehow erased the legacy grub menu that was opening then i resetted the CMOS battery and tada! my toshiba logo started appearing again and i disabled fast boot through the settings.
The problem seem to come from the profile settings at User Profiles in Windows (Cant say for sure as im not a pro).
But after I deleted C:\Users\<Your Windows user here>\AppData\Local\Google the problem was temporary fixed but after reboot it would reappear.
I solved this error by doing the following:
I created another Windows 10 User
Installed Google ...
You were pressing F2 after your manufacturing PC's logo went, so you were taken to the Windows Boot Manager or the GRUB. Try pressing F2 a couple of times just when you start the PC or the manufacturer's logo comes.
When the OS talks to the SATA controller, it simply asks the controller to read/write a specific Logical Block Address (LBA). LBA's start at 0 and go up to the billions or trillions depending on the size of the drive.
There's no concept of "where" the data is going. That concept was valid when floppies were around (you had to tell the floppy ...
Short version of my answer: NO!
The effect you wish to obtain cannot be configured in NTFS.
There is just one point of access to the location of files. It is the defragmentation API:
To reach your goal you would have to patch or reprogram the file system driver.
But even is this was ...
Unplug the CD-ROM drive.
Delete the drivers.
Optionally test what happens if you re-connect it & let Windows reinstall the drivers rather than some dodgy 3rd party 'driver manager' - most of which are terrible.
As you said the CD drive failed long ago, I doubt this step will gain you anything - unless it was the dodgy driver manager that 'broke' it in ...
The default open/save folder is a per program setting. The open/save dialog can also 'remember' the last chosen folder and will return there.
Taking your example of virustotal.com, it presented my Downloads folder. I then browsed to My Documents and opened a file from there, uploading it. I closed my browser, opened it again and returned to virustotal. ...
As no convenient solution has been posted in nearl;y 2 weeks, I will post the obvious but inconvenient solution:
As I have an extensive set of regular recordings set, as well as numerous films I hope to record next time they're shown (so far prevented by conflicts with other higher-priority recordings) but ...
There were two issues preventing the V3500 shares from being browsed by another computer on the network.
The first was that the a registry subkey had been added:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\LanmanServer\Parameters, with DWORD values AutoShareServer and AutoShareWks set to 0. This prevented the admin shares from being shared ...
Shared memory just means that Windows isn't restricting other programs from using those memory cells for other applications. There's security checks for where programs can utilise memory cells and shareable means that you can use those alongside other applications that are currently using them also.
Most of the time this is because of DLL files or other ...
You can do this in Powershell using the following commands.
Change keyboard to Arabic
Set-WinUserLanguageList -LanguageList ar-eg, en-US -force
Change keyboard to English:
Set-WinUserLanguageList -LanguageList en-US, ar-EG -force
Should there be something displayed between the double colons?
No. :: is simply IPv6 shorthand for an unspecified address (all zeroes) and is the equivalent of 0.0.0.0 in IPv4.
It does this indefinitely.
This means the web server is running. http.server keeps the command prompt open so it can output basic messages regarding server operation to the console....
I just recently did something about this to move 100gb of data.
First of all, I did not try to move the whole appdata. Instead, I search in appdata to find where It consumes the most space. Turns out, the adobe folder was getting about 70 gb.
So I did a joint folder with a mklink.
First, I created the folder D:\mklinks\appdata\adobe. The name here is purely ...
After Robocopy empties the folder, it deletes it. How do I stop it from doing this?
If you are using the /move option to copy files and directories, you can try using the /s and /mov options instead. This should move files (/mov), including in subdirectories (/s), without removing any directories in the source path (including the root directory itself) e.g.:...
My solution is made in AutoHotKey. Just run it and it'll toggle volume equalization on the top sound device. You can change line 4's co-ordinates if it needs to click somewhere else
Run, control mmsys.cpl ; Open Sound panel
WinWaitActivate("Sound ahk_class #32770",3)
MouseStartingPos := MouseGetPosAbsolute()
MouseClick,L,208,140,2,0 ; Open Speaker ...
This answer is specific to Rainmeter.
I have not tested it, but this plugin can measure battery percentage.
You could create a skin that uses if to measure when battery drops below a certain percent, and then opens an exe, which would be an Autohotkey program to close Rainmeter.
I am aware this question is old, but I thought I will add my two cents for ...
Well, I though my pc was destroyed, so I check if the BIOS and the physical disk are still there (yes, a good thing), starting the machine and opening the BIOS window pushing F2 key continously. My Gigabyte BIOS was telling me all was OK with the hardware (the boot order show me my 2 physical disks correctly)
Researching a bit over internet I found a way to ...
What is Stereo Mix?
Stereo Mix allows you to record exactly what was being output to your speakers, without going through any analog/digital conversion. This feature is very handy for recording the audio off a website.
i got trouble same 0f you, after change battery but report from HP startup/backscreen about battery is not compatible with HP product etcetera etcetera... I thing that is only trouble by BIOS update and setting hardware on old host control device/ID not about brand/i bought battery ( cause I bought the battery according to the old serial number ). Just ...
Solved: I found that group policy has an entry allowing all updates to be blocked. For Windows Pro users: open Run and type gpedit.msc hit enter and navigate to User Configurations >> Windows Components >> Windows Updates >> Turn off update features.
Set it to block updates and to hide notifications from the drop down menu. Now updates will ...
I've never tried to boot using RAM as storage space, but in theory it's possible. However, since RAM is volatile memory, unless you saved data to a persistent storage device (HDD, SSD, USB, CD, DVD, BD, Floppy disk, etc.), you would lose all the data on reboot. However, I suppose it's not physically impossible. It isn't possible for the BIOS/UEFI, as far as ...
The latest generic NVMe driver available for Windows 7 SP1 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 can be extracted from KB3125574 (Convenience rollup update).
Only 4 files are needed to have NVMe support in Windows 7 SP1 RTM / Server 2008 R2 SP1 RTM:
stornvme.inf & stornvme.sys (this is the actual driver)
Classpnp.sys & storport.sys (stornvme.sys requires ...
If the machines came with win 10 pro preinstalled and they are from a big manufacturer like Dell/HP/Lenovo its very likely they have their Windows key embedded in UEFI and are as such already licensed. Even a clean windows 10 installation will 'just work' and will be 100% correctly licensed.
A simple check to see if a computer has an embedded license can be ...
How I can make my DVD Windows 10 DVD into a blank DVD so I can burn the Windows 10 21H1 ISO to my DVD?
Unfortunately, most CD/DVDs (including commercial DVDs) cannot have their existing data rewritten. That requires special rewritable (RW) media to have been used initially to create the disc.
It's fine if I have to buy a new DVD.
You will likely need to ...
Which version of Office 2013 are you using now?
For volume lincensed versions of Office, such as Professional Plus, Standard, we could run Setup.exe (The executable program is included in installation file.) in maintenance mode and make changes to an existing Office installation.
I would take Office Professional Plus 2013 and a separate PowerPoint ...
For further readers: On Windows 10, there might be another memory leak, mine dwm.exe grows every hour or so, after whole day it goes even up to 1 GB, and it still grows... After 2 weeks without hard restarting (I usually just hibernate) it was once 20 GB (YEP, even while I have just 16 GB of physical RAM)... Sad thing is, I reported this issue 2 or 3 times ...
The above shortcut works when you drop one file on the shortcut file. The fully qualified filename will be passed as the first parameter of the called PowerShell script.
You may also drop multiple files. These can either be picked up as $Args array parameters or in a named parameter by using the [Parameter(ValueFromRemainingArguments=$true)] specification ...
The folder containing the Office installation files is still there somewhere in the C:\Windows.old folder. (This contains the original Windows 7 installation.)
You will have to do some digging there to find that folder (its actually a foilder tree) and then move it to the same location under c:\Windows.
If the C:\Windows.old folder is already removed you ...