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  1. Picasa does not require a Google account. ...

    Picasa does not require a Google account.

    cheers, Paul
  2. Thread: Is IE safe?

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    I use WOT (https://www.mywot.com/) in Firefox to...

    I use WOT in Firefox to verify a site's reputation, but it doesn't do downloaded files.

    cheers, Paul
  3. I use Picasa to copy everything to my PC and then...

    I use Picasa to copy everything to my PC and then label the directories and some photos. The labels are saved separately from the photos so your data is not altered.

    cheers, Paul
  4. +1 for TeamViewer...

    +1 for TeamViewer.

    cheers, Paul
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    I don't have that directory on my W7 or W8...

    I don't have that directory on my W7 or W8 machines. Have you turned extra logging on?
    If it's not obvious you can use ProcessMonitor to see which program is opening the files.

    cheers, Paul
  6. Thread: Is IE safe?

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    Yep, that's a Firefox warning. cheers, Paul

    Yep, that's a Firefox warning.

    cheers, Paul
  7. Thread: Is IE safe?

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    What produced the warning, Firefox? cheers,...

    What produced the warning, Firefox?

    cheers, Paul
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    Buy a wireless access point...

    Buy a wireless access point with cable ports and connect all your gear to it.

    cheers, Paul
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    These may or may not work....

    These may or may not work.
    http://www.ericphelps.com/uncheck/
    http://www.diydatarecovery.nl/chkmate.htm
    https://www.raymond.cc/blog/how-to-recover-chk-files-created-by-chkdsk-and-scandisk/
    ...
  10. Stay away from dodgy sites and don't run software...

    Stay away from dodgy sites and don't run software you downloaded unless you know exactly what it is and does and you need it.

    cheers, Paul
  11. Thread: Page File Size

    by Paul T
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    You could let Windows manage the page file, it...

    You could let Windows manage the page file, it does a very good job.

    cheers, Paul
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    In my experience CHK files are next to useless...

    In my experience CHK files are next to useless because they do not contain contiguous data - your data was split into fragments on disk and recorded in the FAT, but the fragments recovered do not...
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    Ports will not be open unless an app has opened...

    Ports will not be open unless an app has opened them. Is Apache listening on port 8443?
    Once your app is listening on a port the firewall should automatically allow data.

    cheers, Paul
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    Windows will give one priority and will swap if...

    Windows will give one priority and will swap if the higher priority one is not behaving.

    cheers, Paul
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    Connecting to public WiFi is not really safe, you...

    Connecting to public WiFi is not really safe, you don't know who is listening to the Access Point. Using a VPN is the only safe method and having your firewall turned on.

    cheers, Paul
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    The profile data is stored in the Registry. Try...

    The profile data is stored in the Registry. Try this Slipstick post for where and how.

    cheers, Paul
  17. Your screen shot shows a disabled Windows service...

    Your screen shot shows a disabled Windows service - effectively a background program with no user interaction. As the service is disabled it will not be using any network ports so you can use the...
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    The only possibility I can think of is to...

    The only possibility I can think of is to uninstall and reinstall the adapter.

    cheers, Paul
  19. To allow the user to choose which site requires...

    To allow the user to choose which site requires you either set a cookie or a session variable that your web code can check. If you use a cookie you need to make it a session only cookie, unless you...
  20. What ports have been disabled and what were you...

    What ports have been disabled and what were you hoping to use them for?

    cheers, Paul
  21. Windows in all incarnations needs to swap memory...

    Windows in all incarnations needs to swap memory out occasionally and that is what the swap file is for - as you know. For mere mortals who do not have the knowledge or determination to run a system...
  22. I re-iterate, Windows requires a page file, but...

    I re-iterate, Windows requires a page file, but with lots of RAM it won't be used much. Windows 7 & 8 does not require a RAM disk for anything, including the page file.

    cheers, Paul
  23. Do not put the page file into a RAM disk. The...

    Do not put the page file into a RAM disk. The point of a page file is that it is a permanent store of Windows memory data used as a cache, not a temporary store - a RAM disk is cleared at power off....
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    I use UK's Kalender...

    I use UK's Kalender for all my reminders. May be a bit of overkill for you.

    cheers, Paul
  25. Thread: Bluetooth ?

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    Run Device Manager and see if the BT adapter is...

    Run Device Manager and see if the BT adapter is installed.
    Start > Run > devmgmt.msc

    http://www.conniq.com/Windows-networking/images/PANU-Device-Manager-2.gif

    If the adapter is missing or has...
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