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Try resizing the Chrome window to you preferred size, then hold down CTRL while closing the browser (using the mouse to hit "X"). This should save your current window dimensions, 'though it doesn't always work
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[...]Speed Launcher is adding a HKCU RunOnce entry over and over again and assigning a random number to it. This is then of course alerting WinPatrol who is monitoring new startup programs[...]
I don't understand.
By example :
For windows ...
Not android, not ubuntu i use too.
Can I access to the NAS to write data in an open database in that storage ?
Can I even write data is the database is conrolled by an android program ?
P.D. all my doubts come for consider the information aboutr FreeNAS and limitations about writing and reading data-Contro (July 21, 2015, 07:57 PM)
We have one more surprise for you this week – Build 10162, releasing to the Fast ring.
We’re at the point in the development of Windows 10 where nearly every build is getting out to our internal rings, and passing the criteria for release to Windows Insiders. We’re focused at this point on bug fixing and final polish, so it’s much easier for each build to get all the way through than earlier in the cycle when we’re adding big new features. So now we find ourselves in a great situation, with an abundance of build candidates. We’re deciding how long to let each build stay with Windows Insiders so you can really exercise them and send feedback on any problems that you’re hitting. I know many of you have said you’d love daily builds, but it is actually important sometimes to get a few days on a build so that all of the code that does deferred work (like OneDrive sync, search indexing, background updating, etc.) can run and we can get feedback and error reports.
We just released Build 10159 with our new wallpaper and logon UI on Tuesday, but this is a holiday weekend in the US and we thought that some of you might want to get an even fresher build on your PCs to play with over the long weekend. Build 10162 is another great one. In fact, our testing and internal telemetry metrics show it has better reliability, performance, battery life, and compatibility than any Windows 10 Insider Preview build so far.
We haven’t forgotten about Windows Insiders in the Slow ring either – we’re looking at Build 10162 as a candidate and unless we see any issues emerge in the Fast ring we’ll look to publish it to Slow (with ISOs) early next week.
We’re getting close now! We hope you’re as excited as we are about how Windows 10 is shaping up.
g-Microsoft's Gabe Aul, on the Windows blog
and a whole lot easier than it used to be.-Dirhael (January 19, 2015, 11:57 AM)
...unless you are trying to make the site responsive. That's still a lot of work if you are not relying on some sort of CSS framework, which I would not use on a single page site of static content.-app103 (January 19, 2015, 07:48 PM)
Wow - awesome!!! Much easier to read!
Back in the day it was just whip up something by hand... all that newfangled CSS stuff came about after I had quit doing that kind of work. Back when I had a copy of Netscape ready to install, saved on a floppy.-x16wda (January 19, 2015, 10:45 AM)
OT: I've been using em client for a couple weeks now. It's nice, very nice. It can definitely give the Bat a run for its money.IIRC rainlendar has (or used to have) a pretty active community - plenty of skins available already so maybe something suitable already exists-Target (September 16, 2014, 07:09 PM)
But I have no reason to waste time looking for (or making) the perfect skin, when eM Client is exactly what I wanted, out of the box.-app103 (September 17, 2014, 03:11 AM)-superboyac (September 17, 2014, 10:20 AM)
Got a reply from eM's support: https://forum.emclie...only?#reply_14723076Hi April, after installing eM client, just skip the initial account setup and do not setup any account.
When the application loads go to Tools > Settings > General, and check the option to "Show local folders".
This should display a Local folder item on the list in the left sidebar. Switch to the calendar view and right click this item, or select one of the calendars to start using your local calendar.
If you want to use the application for calendars only you can also hide all the other tabs from the sidebar by right clicking them and unchecking the option to show the selected.
Hope this helps, let me know if you need more help with the setup.
So, I am all set! Thanks!-app103 (September 03, 2014, 07:56 AM)