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France data authority criticises Windows 10 over privacy
The way your question is formatted above makes it hard to understand with any accuracy.
Can you post a sample workbook ?
Posted in case this is of use to others - finding this took more research than I had expected :rolleyes:
I use Outlook.com (OK, Hotmail !) and have the app on my Android phone.
It's the one that creates a full screen reminder that the WX offer is about to expire.
Thanks RG - that was it !
I learn something new every day here - thanks.
I have two very similar Dell laptops.
With one, when I safely remove an external HDD, the HDD powers down (as I expected it would).
With the other laptop, if I safely remove the same HDD it...
KB3035583 is back as an important update (important to MS, that is), pretending to be "to resolve issues in Windows". Of course it is the old "Get W10" update which has been amended so it gets back...
Oddly, the login detail survived the upgrade and re-launch process but not a subsequent close and re-open of Chrome.
Thanks RG - I've (temporarily) allowed all cookies and allowed local data to be set.
Still no luck though.
Chrome version 50.0.2661.102 m on Windows 7
On many websites my login details are remembered. On just one, the login is remembered as long as Chrome is open but are forgotten if Chrome is closed...
Funnily enough this happened on both my W7 laptops recently.
And, on both, it cleared up by itself when I left the Event Viewer open.
I wondered if it was a side effect of an update perhaps.
Thanks Bruce - now it is turned off at one end and discouraged at the other.
That should do it !
After delving into deeper and deeper levels of admin screens on the router I have eventually found out how to turn off the 5 GHz channel completely :rolleyes:
My router offers both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz Wifi channels.
The 5 GHz channel gives me 800 MBPS when I am sitting next to the router but falls away very rapidly with distance - my house walls are more...
In the UK at least, "if the EULA is not checked it will automatically be accepted after some idle time period" does not constitute acceptance. Such an "agreement" would be 100% unenforceable.
The adage "Don't look a gift horse in the mouth" does NOT mean "don't refuse free gifts".
It means it is rude to accept a gift then openly look to see if it is any good.
I posted this link in...
Microsoft has made it a bit less likely that you'll install Windows 10 by accident . . .
Pull is always better than push in the long run.
Maybe Microsoft didn't have the time to wait . . . it's a shame that there is so little of immediate user benefit in Windows 10, to provide at...
I read that there are about 300 million W10 devices out there now.
I wonder how many W7 PCs are left ?
Microsoft is making changes so that Cortana uses only Bing and every such search will only be delivered through Edge.
When you force customers customers against their choices (an unpopular search...
I would like to suggest you stop using Windows Backup.
You have already experienced how fiddly and flaky it can be when making backups. Imagine what it would be like when you try to recover from a...
Excel may be running out of resources.
What happens if you split up the code so it does 1,000 rows then exits. Then the next 1,000 etc.
Just reinforcing the advice about using a 3rd party disk imaging package.
Having issues making a backup is the nice part - imagine how it feels when you have issues trying to restore from what you...
I tried a UDF to SUM from a specified cell to the cell above but, unsurprisingly, it is slower than the CellAbove function which is neat and versatile.
I think I'll leave things as...