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He was quick on the draw.Details seem missing from the story.
I agree. Details seem a bit sketchy.
-cranioscopical (August 23, 2015, 12:26 PM)
It was only penciled in at the time.-wraith808 (August 23, 2015, 02:07 PM)
Canvasing the comments has proven quite interesting.-MilesAhead (August 23, 2015, 04:47 PM)
it's just getting guilted by association because it's new.-Stoic Joker (August 16, 2015, 08:00 AM)
Sorry it has taken me so long to reply. I didn't quite know how to answer your various comments and questions to my ugly taskbar / notification area, because right after posting "Reply #31", I installed Stardock Start10, but in my setup it really looks the same as Win 10 (but without the errors), so only a few would ever notice the difference... But it's still not pretty (here on top of a black wallpaper):
(see attachment in previous post)
At the moment my clipboard is Clipdiary from Softvoile.-Curt (August 09, 2015, 03:30 AM)
I don't type it in for them...because it's a guest network, I just make the password when I turn it on, then tell them what it is lol - Makes no difference cause once they leave my house, I shut it down, and just change the password the next time it needs to go on...though, it's rare I have guests...so it's rare that I need to do it ^_^I have a guest network. The kids' machines use it, and I turn it off when they need to get to bed.-Stephen66515 (August 04, 2015, 06:16 PM)
According to the Cisco’s security team, they have found a new scamming campaign that spreads CTB-Locker ransomware. This trouble comes in the form of a fake Microsoft email, telling Windows users that their Windows 10 download is ready.
These messages in Windows 10 ransomware scam mimic the emails sent by Microsoft, along with some text mistakes and changes. However, scammers have managed to spoof the address of origin as [email protected] To make the messages look more authentic, attackers are using the same color scheme used by Microsoft to fool the users. Thus, these emails look more legitimate.
But I say stable setup because then you have an idea how large to make the system partition. The tendency is to make it pretty lean. But if you like to install lots of utilities then over time you may find the size that seemed adequate starts to feel a bit tight.If you install Windows, the O/S will eventually, over time, decide to use more space than you have allocated to the system drive. Just sayin'.-MilesAhead (July 06, 2015, 12:56 PM)
Does anyone know of any mainstream security software that uses a "honeypot" approach of watching for certain files being modified?-mouser (June 27, 2015, 01:22 PM)