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    I am familiar with needing to create a shortcut...

    I am familiar with needing to create a shortcut on the Desktop then moving it where you really want it. However in my experience, this only comes up in the context of the Start menu. There's no...
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    OK, the list is longer than I thought. However I...

    OK, the list is longer than I thought. However I maintain that it's entirely within reason to simply block this list of programs.

    When I say a huge list, I'm thinking about thousands. 23...
  3. I seem to recall a problem with Windows 8...

    I seem to recall a problem with Windows 8 upgrades when the Program Files (or was it My Documents?) folders had been moved to a different volume than C:. At the time Microsoft's response was...
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    I thought Shepherd's pie was already known as a...

    I thought Shepherd's pie was already known as a humble, affordable dish? To make a poor man's Shepherd's pie, that's like making a budget Yugo, or a 'genuine imitation' anything...
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    I hear you. I'm all for improvement when it's...

    I hear you. I'm all for improvement when it's actually better. Sometimes the "improved" versions of things are distinctly worse though. And statistics, do you mean high scores? Really, I don't...
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    It sounds to me like [Control-P] is going to the...

    It sounds to me like [Control-P] is going to the Quick Print command. Quick Print does an immediate print to the default printer with all (user) default options active. Among other things that...
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    I believe Marie Antoinette was using CakeShell...

    I believe Marie Antoinette was using CakeShell version 1.5?
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    Graceful degradation of function based upon the...

    Graceful degradation of function based upon the hardware you have. Amazing what happens when you program properly!

    The only thing I could ask further of, is why doesn't Adobe make this matter...
  9. When it's a herniated disk? ;) Thank you,...

    When it's a herniated disk?
    ;)

    Thank you, I'll see myself to the door!
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    OK, here's another thought. You've already got...

    OK, here's another thought. You've already got one external program for setting Remote WMI capability, right? How about another external script to check the PS versions?

    As I see it this has the...
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    Microsoft has been working on 64-bit support for...

    Microsoft has been working on 64-bit support for nearly 12 years now. The earliest 64-bit windows was, I believe, Windows XP. There were a lot of problems getting 64-bit drivers and applications...
  12. How about this for a solution. Adobe Acrobat was...

    How about this for a solution. Adobe Acrobat was designed to do exactly this--preserve document formatting between the document producer and consumer. No, I'm not suggesting shifting wholesale over...
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    I take it you don't want an application...

    I take it you don't want an application white-listing system, correct? You just want to block the Universal apps? AFAIK there is lots of good information on white-listing systems. Not so sure...
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    Right there with you, RG! I'm an old school...

    Right there with you, RG! I'm an old school programmer and code readability is paramount for me. I can use many different code formatting styles but the style must achieve a high level of...
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    NotePad++ user here. Works great! It updates a...

    NotePad++ user here. Works great! It updates a lot but the update process is fast and efficient, plus it never changes that update interface.
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    I understand that those processors are small and...

    I understand that those processors are small and not very powerful. They appear to be trying the "lots of little workers" processor design model.

    It's an interesting idea and it has been tried...
  17. More heavy breathing. Mmmm... Deca-core! ...

    More heavy breathing.

    Mmmm... Deca-core!

    Reminds me of a programming seminar I attended years ago. A little supercomputer startup (Myrias Research) held a tech demo of how they actually...
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    Best guess, Windows is only trying to read the...

    Best guess, Windows is only trying to read the volume and directory structure of that drive. And it's not working.

    It's a roll of the dice and you'll have to decide how much time to invest in...
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    The general explanation is queries go through a...

    The general explanation is queries go through a query engine, which decides how to execute the statement. Every year the query engines get upgraded to be smarter and more sophisticated. Every year...
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    Microsoft has definitely announced that the free...

    Microsoft has definitely announced that the free upgrade period ends in July. There was speculation they might continue the free upgrade, perhaps indefinitely. That was put to bed by the official...
  21. My suggestion is that Windows is aware that this...

    My suggestion is that Windows is aware that this is a 'foreign' volume (i.e. not owned and managed by Windows). As such it probably accessing it through a file interface like CIFS or NFS. That...
  22. OK, just slightly alarmed now! Do you have to...

    OK, just slightly alarmed now! Do you have to sacrifice to the PowerShell gods in order to get the code to work? I know I have often used the phrase "sweating blood" when I'm working hard, but I...
  23. These values are expected. They would only be...

    These values are expected. They would only be remarkable if they were significantly/unexpectedly different.

    What I really want to know is, does the microphone work with any non-Skype program?
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  24. Maybe I can shed some light on this. I have...

    Maybe I can shed some light on this. I have often had the same thing happen to me and it took me a long time to track it down.

    Do you have multiple input keyboards set up on your machine? And do...
  25. Are you pinging by IP address or name? If you...

    Are you pinging by IP address or name? If you are pinging by name you might have a DNS issue.
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