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    Re: MS Office Home + Student 2010

    Back when Office 2010 was released, it was recommended to install the 32 bit version, for more than one reason. First, there were a lot more 32 bit computers still on the market at the time, so it...
  2. Sticky: Re: Driver Booster Beta 3.0 is available now!

    Tried to scan another PC, all it did for over an hour was spun while showing that one driver needed updating. Due to the fact that it never completed, I never seen what that driver was. At any rate,...
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    Re: Rebooting removes sharing properties

    This is just another reason why the masses won't go for Windows 8, even 8.1 (Blue).

    When upgrading an OS, things are supposed to work better, it was that way for most Windows 7 users who moved...
  4. Sticky: Re: Driver Booster Beta 3.0 is available now!

    Watch out, the app has placed itself in the apps that starts with the computer!

    This means manually stopping the app from loading at Startup. The same kind of crap that Slim Drivers (another Free...
  5. Sticky: Re: Driver Booster Beta 3.0 is available now!

    So far, it has only found only one on my desktop, a RAID driver for a VIA PCI card that I'm using as SATA only, not RAID.

    How does a RAID driver benefit me when I don't have a RAID setup?
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    Re: My first impressions of StartMenu 8

    badrobot, on computers not pre-equipped with Windows 8, I strongly agree with you, Windows 8 (& 8.1) is far snappier than Windows 7 is on the computers designed for that OS. In time though, given...
  7. Re: For anyone interested in having an Applications window

    Thanks for the info, Drew! I believe that you did mention this prior, or possibly something along similar lines.

    Anyway, good time for a bump. This is the type of info that we need here. I'll do...
  8. Re: Apps Not Working And Power Icon Not Working

    My suggestion is to burn your recovery disk set & reinstall your OS. Sounds like some corruption of Windows 8 has taken place. If the controls aren't working as they should, there has to be an issue...
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    Re: My first impressions of StartMenu 8

    I'm with Drew on his point, there are no added Start replacements on my 8.1, though on 8 Pro, I still have Classic Shell installed. Haven't booted into the Windows 8 Pro installs for some time...
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    Re: RJ-45 cables for gigabit network

    You ordered from the right ones, I can vouch that when ordering on Amazon, one never knows what they're receiving until it arrives. They are worse than eBay sellers on that.

    Something else that I...
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    Re: RJ-45 cables for gigabit network

    You have a point there, making it more powerful will add to the cost. However, the 2nd generation has twice the RAM as the first one did, as I recall, those had only 256MB RAM. Here is mention of it,...
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    Re: My first impressions of StartMenu 8

    That's the deal with Start Orb (or Menu) replacements, with one of these installed, why are you even looking at tiles? The whole purpose of them is to have a basic, down to earth Start Menu.

    I...
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    Re: RJ-45 cables for gigabit network

    That should be a cool looking device when you're finished, badrobot! I have a hunch that the market will be saturated with the Raspberry PI type of computers in the near future.

    However, the mass...
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    Re: start menu Icons missing !!

    What is the meaning of that sentence? Not being sarcastic, just curious.

    My guess is that by now, the OP has figured this out anyway.

    Cat
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    Re: RJ-45 cables for gigabit network

    I'll be glad to see the company outright sell them ready to go, which a spokesman stated is the goal.

    It will still be offered as the do-it-yourself kit that it is today.

    Cat
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    Re: For Cloud Storage Fanatics

    The ones at home are the best ones, no need to be concerned what goes on with their data.

    A home file server (or personal cloud) can easily be made at home from an unwanted PC, doesn't have to be...
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    Re: For Cloud Storage Fanatics

    Will sign up for an account later. Have SkyDrive & Google Drive, though they are good to have, SkyDrive has a 7GB limit & Google Drive 15GB.

    It would make a good place for an off site backup, as...
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    Re: Revo Uninstaller crashes

    Yes, there is a Pro version, however for the most part, it's mainly useful to have when uninstalling 64 bit apps, which the free version cannot do. And also, it offers much more than the free...
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    Re: Revo Uninstaller crashes

    This is an older thread, but still Revo Uninstaller has issues with Windows 8. Though I reported the issue to the developer(s) & received a response that it would be "looked into", the fact remains...
  20. Re: Apps Not Working And Power Icon Not Working

    You mean that when you swipe your mouse to the right of the screen, the lower option isn't working?

    If not, my best guess would be to reinstall the OS, refer to your manual, usually it involves...
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    Re: RJ-45 cables for gigabit network

    That's what I read that those are mainly for, though some on a tight budget uses them as a PC. They've been around for a while, so evidently they're selling, not a fad like the netbooks were.
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  22. Re: Windows 8 Automatically changing video drivers

    It would still be interesting to hear from the OP what brand of GPU is being used & may help to provide a solution.

    No one can physically see the hardware through the forum, it's hard to provide...
  23. Re: Windows 8 Automatically changing video drivers

    Bass, AMD has, for the most part, not given Windows 8 updates for their 4xxx series & below, which is why when I had it on my HP, I had to go with what MS offered me. Though the monitor looked fine,...
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    Re: RJ-45 cables for gigabit network

    Those mini PC's are really cool looking, they pack a lot of power in a very compact unit. Some, like the one you pictured, doesn't appear to be much larger than a standup type wireless router.
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    Re: RJ-45 cables for gigabit network

    It's not the installed OS, but the underlying hardware what determines what one should install. Most modern Linux OS's have followed the path of Windows, with PAE being a requirement to install any...
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