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  1. Bree's Avatar
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    10 Home x64 (21H1) (10 Pro on 2nd pc)
       #2001

    KeithL said:
    ....Later when the PC came out I was writing DOS 2.0 batch files and configuring upper memory (memory between 640K and 1024K). ...

    Welcome to Ten Forums KeithL.

    Configuring upper memory, a skilled art (I remember it well). Not a lot of call for that now

    Batch file skills on the other hand are as relevant now as they were then, as Matthew Wai and others continually demonstrate.
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  2. A Guy's Avatar
    Posts : 32,164
    Windows 10 Home x64
       #2002

    Welcome to Ten Forums jcherrera1102, and Keith

    A Guy
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  3. Rag
    Posts : 10
    10 Pro
       #2003

    Hey !

    Name is Ragnar, from Estonia working as a IT Tech, joined your forum reason being that you guys have answers to a lot of my questions So I thought, why not join.
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    Posts : 1,254
    Windows 10 Pro v21H1 x64 (19043.1052), Linux (LiveUSB)
       #2004

    Rag said:
    Hey !

    Name is Ragnar, from Estonia working as a IT Tech, joined your forum reason being that you guys have answers to a lot of my questions So I thought, why not join.
    Welcome to TenForums, @Ragnar!

    I just joined in this forum last month, and all the members ate friendly bunch.
    Also, the answers here was pretty resonable and good than the Official Microsoft Forums.

    BTW, Enjoy your stay!
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    Posts : 54,248
    Multi-boot Windows 10 - RTM, RP, Beta, and Insider
       #2005

    Rag said:
    Hey !

    Name is Ragnar, from Estonia working as a IT Tech, joined your forum reason being that you guys have answers to a lot of my questions So I thought, why not join.
    Welcome Ragnar @Rag! Glad you joined. Lots of knowledgeable members here with good help and advice. Enjoy!
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    Posts : 109,117
    Windows 10 Pro (x64) 21H1 19043.1055
       #2006

    Rag said:
    Hey !

    Name is Ragnar, from Estonia working as a IT Tech, joined your forum reason being that you guys have answers to a lot of my questions So I thought, why not join.
    Welcome to Ten Forums Ragnar
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    WXC
    Posts : 1,233
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit 21H1 19043.1052
       #2007

    KeithL said:
    Hi. There is some very impressive troubleshooting going on here...


    Rag said:
    Hey !

    Name is Ragnar...

    Hello KeithL and Ragnar,

    Welcome to TenForums.
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    Posts : 28,362
    Windows 10 21H1 Build 19043.1023
       #2008

    Zebulon said:
    Hello everyone here at this wonderful Forum, I hope to collaborate with what I know about Windows 10 and its "hidden secrets" and naturally seek to learn what is possible although I think this will be an endless task...
    Welcome to TenForums, Zebulon.

    Gerd said:
    Hi,
    my name is Gerd, I am located in Germany.
    I have known your forum since W7, W8 and W10 when I still was a windows user, but had changed years back to Mac.
    I always liked the tutorials, all the help I got back then and think this is an excellent forum for people not so savvy with Windows.
    Welcome to TenForums, Gerd.

    wsgt01 said:
    looking forward to using this forum and getting siome insight into win10

    thanks
    Welcome to TenForums, wsgt. There's a lot to learn here.

    jcherrera1102 said:
    Windows 10 login screen where I use a PIN to login to my account doesn't allow me to input any Pin. Before rebooting I used msconfig to disable all in services tab while playing Wgt Golf. I checked enable All back before rebooting.
    Welcome to TenForums, Jcherrera.

    KeithL said:
    Hi. There is some very impressive troubleshooting going on here. Bravo. What beautiful batch files from Matthew Wai and einstein1969.

    I've got a long history which doesn't necessarily translate to competence. I've been constantly humbled by the DOS/NT environment, so I try to remain a student.
    My first computer was at VISA (when it was called BankAmericard) in 1970-2, a Univac. (No keyboard, mouse or monitor). Resulting experience: I developed Popeye arms, breaking records on how many 80 column cards I could hold in one hand.
    I worked with several Kit Computers, and after college worked for Datapoint on 8086 networkable "terminals". Worked as a salesman for Wang and Lanier, where I found out I don't like sales.
    Later when the PC came out I was writing DOS 2.0 batch files and configuring upper memory (memory between 640K and 1024K). At that time Comm. was via modem (BBSs mostly) the only internet was Government/Academic. (Ethernet was new).
    I worked for Microsoft Supporting all DOS versions and Windows up to Windows-for-Workgroups (3.12?). Then went to Digital Equipment Corp (DEC) and via mergers worked for Compaq and Hewlett Packard. You would think after all this I would be competent; hmmm no. Only at one point was I a true guru, a short period while I was at Microsoft.

    I now do Change management for a government customer, and have one foot in Linux.
    Welcome to TenForums, Keith L.

    Rag said:
    Hey !

    Name is Ragnar, from Estonia working as a IT Tech, joined your forum reason being that you guys have answers to a lot of my questions So I thought, why not join.
    Welcome to TenForums, Ragnar.
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  9. Posts : 11
    Windows 10 V20H2 Build 19042.964
       #2009

    Mac refugee


    Coming back to windows after a long time over at Mac.
    Mightily impressed with the extent to which the whole thing hangs together - for instance email attachments offering the last files you worked on, which makes so much sense its kind of mind blowing and saves hours per week hunting back through the last directory you attached from.
    Sure I'll find other little things to make me wonder where apple is going.
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  10. Bree's Avatar
    Posts : 19,618
    10 Home x64 (21H1) (10 Pro on 2nd pc)
       #2010

    Binskit said:
    Coming back to windows after a long time over at Mac.
    Mightily impressed with the extent to which the whole thing hangs together - for instance email attachments offering the last files you worked on, which makes so much sense its kind of mind blowing and saves hours per week hunting back through the last directory you attached from.
    Sure I'll find other little things to make me wonder where apple is going.
    Welcome to Ten Forums.

    ....and welcome back
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