Always good advice.
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Always good advice.
If you left drag'n'drop the folder to the icon representing the portable drive, the folder will be copied (the default action across drives). You can always right drag'n'drop and choose from the...
Deleted - the point was already dealt with.
Same here. If you hit the Menu button, how is Customise spelt?
There've been a lot of updates in quick succession lately, which suggests to me there's been a problem - I update manually from...
There's a new version of Shockwave Flash for FF out now, v188.8.131.52.
If you right-click the taskbar, do you not get Cascade All Windows?
It had those in the last-but-one version and the two before that. And yes, they were pre-ticked. The screen comes up after the reboot - you just untick them, press Finish and it all goes away.
Yes, I just leave mine on; there were about ½ dozen Office updates this week.
Correct. Normally, SP3 won't install on a system at SP1, because it's not compatible. But the slipstreaming process replaces the non-compatible parts with the SP3 stuff, so there's no issue.
Reading through your posts I think you may be under the impression that you need to slipstream SP1, 2, and 3 in order, but you don't. You probably know that, to install SP3, the minimum requirement...
It's normal for the integrated updates not to appear in the list of installed apps. Think about it; they're not actually updates now - they were there in the original installation. The only things...
I don't think you can do it with a folder per se, but you should be able to drag the messages to a folder in Explorer. If there are many messages, <Ctrl+A> will select all of them and you can drag...
They're in Reading, not a million miles from the OP and just a 20 minute drive from me.
Tell you what, georgelee, I'll nip in there tomorrow and ask them :)
I've had MS Office on two machines for a long time (and on a third for a period). I've reinstalled it on both without any problems - they activated straight away.
A quick Google on the problem got...
Yeah, I expect Sunday is "backup tapes" day :D
I used Stickit years ago - I'm fairly sure you could make them "always on top", though the memory plays tricks at my age.
It certainly works at the Command Prompt, which you'd expect, but I can't make it work in DOS.
Glad you're doing well with it. If you use WUD you can choose to download what updates to download - just the .net ones if you want.
Or use it to make a clock.
I've had to do something very similar several times in the past. Mainly in the early days of Win 7, getting them to connect to a shared printer on an XP network. I usually found that, though Win 7...
TB certainly is still a Mozilla product - they're just not doing the development in-house any more. That's been left to the community.
This might be an idea for a sticky.
What happened with Outlook when you did try? If we knew that, it'd be a start.