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  1. Yes, that's exactly what I ended up doing as I...

    Yes, that's exactly what I ended up doing as I couldn't always get the green icon to appear in the "System Notification Area" on the task bar using the "msseces.exe" method in my previous post.

    So...
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    America, eh? Meanwhile people are being blown to...

    America, eh? Meanwhile people are being blown to pieces in Syria, having their heads cut off in Africa, etc, etc.

    Oh, what's the point? Have fun, eh?
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    But... but... weren't we good ol' XP boys...

    But... but... weren't we good ol' XP boys supposed to be subjected to a wave of attacks by all those zero day exploits that were being saved up by those nasty cybercriminals as soon as Microsoft...
  4. Mike, By "unknown provider", the whingers...

    Mike,

    By "unknown provider", the whingers don't mean Microsoft. They mean YOU! :lol:

    I did compare your msseces.exe with the one that I extracted from version 4.4.304.0 of the MSE installer...
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    I use Password Safe too and have done for about...

    I use Password Safe too and have done for about 10 years.

    I currently have 623 passwords in 33 groups of folders, subfolders, sub-subfolders, etc.

    It does exactly what it says on the tin. ;)
    ...
  6. I recently changed the HD in my desktop and the...

    I recently changed the HD in my desktop and the HD in my netbook for Samsung 840 EVO SSDs. They both run Windows XP.

    I used Acronis True Image Home 11 (not 2011) to make the images and restored...
  7. Excellent article, although I agree with the...

    Excellent article, although I agree with the "leave the registry alone" comments.

    As well as creating system images every couple of weeks, one extra task that I perform about every three months is...
  8. It exists already. It's called XP.

    It exists already. It's called XP.
  9. And the next hour, and the next, and...

    Thank you, rae2, for brightening up my day. Yes, Woody, there is someone else in the world who is still happily working - hard and fast - with good old XP. :)

    When I saw the title, I was going...
  10. So if I had one and wanted to spend only $5, what...

    So if I had one and wanted to spend only $5, what do I do? Break a bit off? :rolleyes:
  11. You beat me to it, rhondalea! I read that article...

    You beat me to it, rhondalea! I read that article a few days ago - never trust the "cloud"!
  12. Yawn!

    What a fuss over nothing! "However, with the right precautions — and, of course, long, hard-to-guess passwords — you needn’t lose any sleep over them."

    And a note about "style". "An acquaintance...
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    Thank you mbutler205. I quoted your entire post...

    Thank you mbutler205. I quoted your entire post because it deserves to be read twice. :D:

    As for the title of Woody's article: "Where we’re all headed with Windows RT", please don't include me in...
  14. Just what I was thinking! Very scary. Makes me...

    Just what I was thinking! Very scary.

    Makes me happy that my old XP lap top takes only 8 minutes to start (and while doing a backup) with its dozens of apps installed! :)
  15. It's taken me 4 goes to understand this rather...

    It's taken me 4 goes to understand this rather convoluted story! :blink:

    I think this is what happened. The guy:

    1. Used an email with a particular password at a news site.
    2. Used the same...
  16. Found: ...

    Found:

    http://www.beyondlogic.org/solutions/processutil/processutil.htm
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    My thoughts exactly. I have 29,000 .jpgs in 105...

    My thoughts exactly. I have 29,000 .jpgs in 105 GB and my "Compupic" program kills my lap top if I open a .jpg in a folder that doesn't have thumbnails already.
  18. Exactly. The whole point of Firefox is the...

    Exactly. The whole point of Firefox is the extensions (ooh, sorry, "add-ons" http://windowssecrets.com/forums/images/smilies/biggrin.gif ).

    All these tab functions that are "new" in IE9 are...
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    As a confirmed XP user ('til the day I or XP...

    As a confirmed XP user ('til the day I or XP dies) you have my sympathy.
  20. * bump * Anyone? A command line utility to...

    * bump *

    Anyone? A command line utility to change the priority of a process?
  21. Sorry Joe, did you miss the bit about "command...

    Sorry Joe, did you miss the bit about "command line utility"? http://windowssecrets.com/forums/images/smilies/biggrin.gif

    What you suggest is similar to what I do now, but I use Process...
  22. Title says it all, really. I want to have a...

    Title says it all, really. I want to have a shortcut on my desktop so I can alter the priority of a process that runs at the normal priority - priority "8" according to Sysinternals's "Process...
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