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  1. Thread: Questions regarding user accounts / installing programs. by Berton
    Forum: User Accounts and Family Safety
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    I've installed some programs that offered a...

    I've installed some programs that offered a choice of only logged on User and All Users. A normal thing for a Standard user is the inability, by design, to install or uninstall programs or to...
  2. Thread: CTRL ALT DEL? Is it really needed on stand-alone machine? by Berton
    Forum: AntiVirus, Firewalls and System Security
    Replies 7 Views 449

    The 3-finger-salute was required on Windows NT on...

    The 3-finger-salute was required on Windows NT on company Networks to assure the correct user logged in, also available on stand-alone or consumer machines as an option when using a password or PIN...
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    You want to keep all the motherboard resources...

    You want to keep all the motherboard resources available to a Windows install so unplugging the data cable to the drive would be best. The OS/Operating System [all types] read the BIOS, both MBR and...
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    Got the forecast snow, between 1" and 2" but a...

    Got the forecast snow, between 1" and 2" but a bit colder.
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    The issue is the same as I see but to the end of...

    The issue is the same as I see but to the end of accuracy and eliminating loss of data I use the Registry edit [in the Tutorials section] to add Copy to and Move to on the right-click context menu to...
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    Snow as predicted but not yet the 1" to 2", just...

    Snow as predicted but not yet the 1" to 2", just a good dusting and slick roads.
    Hemimax, as soon as we're through with it.
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    That's how I've done it except for the...

    That's how I've done it except for the boot/system drive where it may have some restriction. It can also be done from the Command Prompt run with Administrative rights.
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    @Dawn121988 Right, the Label of a drive can be...

    @Dawn121988
    Right, the Label of a drive can be whatever but there are some characters that can't be used, will be an error message when tried. And there's a limit of 11 or 13 characters allowed. I...
  9. Replies 2 Views 235

    The only way I've seen to hide an attached drive...

    The only way I've seen to hide an attached drive is to remove the drive letter in Disk Management but then nothing can see it, makes it useless. Programs that can open or save files/data to a drive...
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    Fog is gone but winter will be here by morning....

    Fog is gone but winter will be here by morning.
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  11. Thread: Use of FAT32 for documents, photos, etc by Berton
    Forum: Installation and Upgrade
    Replies 6 Views 302

    Mac OS X and probably the newer macOS can use...

    Mac OS X and probably the newer macOS can use exFAT, got 2 x 4TB WDC USB drives that came as exFAT and the package said they were for PC and Macintosh.
  12. Thread: Use of FAT32 for documents, photos, etc by Berton
    Forum: Installation and Upgrade
    Replies 6 Views 302

    My take on the question is basic, stored files...

    My take on the question is basic, stored files take on the format of where they are stored, limited only by the program that created them and the operating system. I regularly exchange documents...
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    Quite foggy today. 353807

    Quite foggy today.
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    Your 2 questions seem to be in conflict. Version...

    Your 2 questions seem to be in conflict. Version 21H2 Build 22000.348 is the latest I've seen but the monthly Patch Tuesday is still ahead. Basically there are 2 Version Upgrades yearly with...
  15. Thread: How to set default folder by Berton
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 13 Views 633

    I set all my browsers to save downloads to the...

    I set all my browsers to save downloads to the Downloads folder in the Options or Preferences, under Firefox it's in Tools. Or I may use Save as so I can point to a different location as desired...
  16. Thread: What's your favorite office suite? by Berton
    Forum: Software and Apps
    Replies 19 Views 1,353

    I like LibreOffice which historically has roots...

    I like LibreOffice which historically has roots in the old Sun Micro or Star Office of the '80s [I think Microsoft Office came a bit later] but I prefer WordPerfect as some things don't take as long...
  17. Thread: Excel 2021 cell limit by Berton
    Forum: Microsoft Office and 365
    Replies 27 Views 1,565

    As for the text part, I had occasion to put text...

    As for the text part, I had occasion to put text in a spreadsheet a couple weeks ago, couldn't get it organized right so I put a Text box in a cell to get what I needed.
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    Can't comment on the .webm file type, have only...

    Can't comment on the .webm file type, have only gotten .webp pictures which seem okay. Usually having issues with video files I'll get them to load in the free VLC/Video Lan app.
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  20. Thread: Reserved partition not shown in Disk Manager by Berton
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 13 Views 838

    The internal drive on my factory ASUS machine, as...

    The internal drive on my factory ASUS machine, as shown in the top panel there's other USB drives:
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  21. Thread: Drive wiper by Berton
    Forum: Performance & Maintenance
    Replies 16 Views 1,123

    @coolnewyorker...

    @coolnewyorker Right, Windows and other Operating Systems won't kill themselves, a clean wipe requires booting to different media such as a GPARTED Bootable CD or a Linux LiveDVD with GPARTED on it.
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    Booting to a Linux LiveDVD or LiveUSB [I use...

    Booting to a Linux LiveDVD or LiveUSB [I use Linux Mint] can at the least allowing copying existing files to a different drive large enough to hold them. Haven't had need for a recovery using Mint...
  24. Thread: internet by Berton
    Forum: Network and Sharing
    Replies 8 Views 557

    GB or GigaByte is usually storage, drive...

    GB or GigaByte is usually storage, drive capacity, etc.
    Gbps is Gigabit per second, speed of the 'net connection.
    8 bits = 1 Byte
  25. Thread: reboot old hdd windows XP Vista and 7 by Berton
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 6 Views 392

    Only issues I had with WinXP was there weren't...

    Only issues I had with WinXP was there weren't many programs fully compatible with the 64-bit version of Pro but it still could run 32-bit programs as well as 16-bit programs. I still have a 32-bit...
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