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    Here's one place you can get a good initial list....

    Here's one place you can get a good initial list. Get a command prompt and type Help. You will get a list of all the DOS era commands, at least the ones that still work, plus a short description.
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    By the way those same USB 3 devices? They work...

    By the way those same USB 3 devices? They work great in a USB 2 socket, and Windows reminds me every single time that "hey, you could get better performance!" Super, if I could get the flash drive...
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    I like USB 3 as well, but I often have trouble...

    I like USB 3 as well, but I often have trouble getting Windows to recognize the device. Maybe 30-50% of the time Windows just won't register the USB flash drive at all.

    I'm pretty sure I heard...
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    Wait, you specified Windows 8.1. No Start menu. ...

    Wait, you specified Windows 8.1. No Start menu. OK then, instead of Start, it's Charms bar | Configuration | something something something!

    Sorry, I'm not on a Win8 machine and can't scout the...
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    When you say "wouldn't start, nothing", were...

    When you say "wouldn't start, nothing", were there any messages? I've seen lots of people get stuck in a rut where there's an error message but they don't share that because the error wasn't the...
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    Re: "Are there any open source development tools...

    Re: "Are there any open source development tools for Dos/Batch under Notepad? or where notepad is the central function?"

    Batch files are generally simple and short so many people just use...
  7. Thread: Downgrading

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    I didn't want to mention this in my first post. ...

    I didn't want to mention this in my first post. Too much information and too many choices can be a barrier to decision making.

    However with regards to the NGO's financial ability and interest in...
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    Not sure I agree with the advice to build in...

    Not sure I agree with the advice to build in Access 2003.

    Here's the problem. You are targetting a 12 year old version of Office and thus your "new" database starts off with a distinctly "old"...
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    Just a thought. Some people use laptops as a...

    Just a thought. Some people use laptops as a desktop replacement essentially. Meaning that you might be using each laptop in a different room and not moving them around much.

    When it comes to...
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    This isn't targeted corrective advice, more like...

    This isn't targeted corrective advice, more like explanatory background.

    Apparently Microsoft re-wrote the USB driver stack for Windows 8; my understanding was (and personal experience with) high...
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    Wrong tool

    Might I suggest that you are going about this the wrong way? I read your original post in the Excel Forum although I have not taken a look at your spreadsheet file.

    If you throw more hardware at...
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    I can add something substantive to this.

    We've seen major benefits to using Microsoft SQL Server in a 64-bit environment. SQL Server is available in a full, native 64-bit version and, when...
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