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Do I need Windows indexing? by Terry Pinnell[_3_]
At various sites, e.g. https://www.maketecheasier.com/things-shouldnt-do-solid-state-drives/ I read that you should not use the index feature in Windows for...
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Today 02:30 PM
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Why doesn't Apple just let you manage your iOS file system natively on Windows? by Arlen Holder
Here's my Android file system as seen by Windows which I manage from Windows without adding *any* software whatsoever to Android or Windows. ...
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Today 02:30 PM
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18 29 Windows 10 Help Forum
Is VLC 3.0.3 for Windows 7? by Mr. Man-wai Chang
On 8/9/2018 5:42 AM, Ant wrote: Mr. Man-wai Chang wrote: On 8/6/2018 6:51 AM, wrote: I am currently...
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Today 02:30 PM
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136 180 Windows 10 Help Forum
Is VLC 3.0.3 for Windows 7? by [email protected]raweb.com
I am currently running 2.2.4 Weatherwax on a 64 bit Win 7 machine. Should (can I) upgrade to VLC 3.0.3?
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Today 02:30 PM
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148 233 Windows 7 Forum
Sound driver question by Bill in Co
A puzzling audio problem on one of my laptops: I noticed the windows sound events all sounded lower in pitch than normal (guessing about 3% or 4% lower) on...
Today 02:25 PM
by J. P. Gilliver (John)[_4_] Go to last post
2 7 General XP issues or comments
Why is WOW not recursive (and 16, 8 bit)? by J. P. Gilliver (John)[_4_]
In another thread, In message , VanguardLH writes: 32-bit programs run on both 32- and 64-bit versions of...
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Today 01:27 PM
by Paul[_32_] Go to last post
33 69 Windows 7 Forum
RDP settings missing after updates install by Petr Laznovsky
Have 8 years installed Windows7 Home, 64bit and connecting to it via RDP often. Few days a go have installed some updates and than remote access stop working....
Today 12:54 PM
by Paul[_32_] Go to last post
1 7 Windows 7 Forum
Installing Outlook 10 on new computer by swalker
Finally broke down and bought a new bare bones laptop that came with Win 10. One of the programs I must have is Outlook 10. Since I bought a copy at Best Buy...
Today 11:40 AM
by Weatherman Go to last post
10 27 Windows 7 Forum
Latest Firefox ESR by OG
Why is there no way to open the last download folder after a firefox restart !!! ?
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Today 07:24 AM
by Char Jackson Go to last post
67 124 Windows 7 Forum
Latest Firefox ESR by OG
Why is there no way to open the last download folder after a firefox restart !!! ?
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Today 07:24 AM
by Char Jackson Go to last post
67 163 General XP issues or comments
Intel junk...Intel's SGX blown wide open by, you guessed it,a speculative execution attack by Designed By India H1B Engineers
These flaws couldn't purposely be designed by foreign interests could they? Speculative execution attacks truly are the gift that keeps on giving. Another...
1 12 Windows 10 Help Forum
Retaining ping response by KenK
I'm looking to see if an email server exists. I type in 'ping' and its name in the Run dialog. Three responses come up very briefly, then the display...
Today 02:17 AM
by JT[_6_] Go to last post
3 79 General XP issues or comments
What is the URL for the "Dark Web"? by [email protected]
I keep hearing about the "Dark Web" on tv commercials. That sounds like a fun place to go. But I cant find the URL for it.
Today 01:24 AM
by Gene Wirchenko[_2_] Go to last post
12 23 Windows 10 Help Forum
Visual Studio 2017 version 15.8 by 😉 Good Guy 😉
Microsoft has just released Visual Studio v15.8. You are all encouraged to upgrade your copy of this wonderful productivity tool. not all of you have the...
Today 01:09 AM
by 😉 Good Guy 😉 Go to last post
0 15 Windows 10 Help Forum
First Tuesday August 2018 by Keith Nuttle
My HP desktop upgraded to KB4340917 Early Tuesday morning. As I was going to be busy Tuesday afternoon, I tried to update my laptop. It found there was no...
Today 12:53 AM
by 😉 Good Guy 😉 Go to last post
6 50 Windows 10 Help Forum
Opening full screen. by Peter Jason
Is there any way to make apps always open Full Screen? They all have minds of their own!
Yesterday 11:36 PM
by Paul[_32_] Go to last post
1 12 Windows 10 Help Forum
Why doesn't Apple just let you manage your iOS file system natively on Windows? by Arlen Holder
On 14 Aug 2018 06:41:08 GMT, NY wrote: By the way, going back to the instructions you have for enabling Windows access over USB to part of Android's...
Yesterday 07:08 PM
by nospam Go to last post
2 22 General XP issues or comments
WinXP laptop temp question by J. P. Gilliver (John)[_4_]
In message , Bill in Co writes: I may try that next, but I'm not expecting...
Yesterday 07:07 PM
by Bill in Co Go to last post
7 24 Windows 7 Forum
WinXP laptop temp question by Bill in Co
Just a general question about laptops. Is it ok for some laptops to have a port connector (for example) get so hot it's uncomfortable to touch? I have a...
Yesterday 07:07 PM
by Bill in Co Go to last post
13 53 General XP issues or comments
Clone win10 partition by g.bon
Hi, I have a dual-boot notebook. On one SDD, I have the first partition for first Win10 system On an other SDD, I have a partition for 2nd Win10 system (for...
Yesterday 04:29 PM
by Paul[_32_] Go to last post
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