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    Privoxy wrote:
    You could do this in W7...
    Go on then tell us how...

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    Privoxy wrote:
    You could do this in W7...
    I'm positive you couldn't natively do this back when I was using w7, which is why xeno made the quick audio switching application

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    brand wrote:
    That's a joke right?
    No.

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    Privoxy wrote:
    No.
    But that's the volume level per application, not the output device??

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    Is there an ISO with latest updates available? Got a new SSD and want to do a fresh Windows 10 install

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    mejobloggs wrote:
    Is there an ISO with latest updates available? Got a new SSD and want to do a fresh Windows 10 install
    Use the Media Creation Tool. Will generate an image or bootable disk with version 1809 on it. There has only been a couple of very small updates since which I believe are downloaded during the install anyway.

    Recently used it to do a fresh install myself and worked a treat.

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    mejobloggs wrote:
    Is there an ISO with latest updates available? Got a new SSD and want to do a fresh Windows 10 install
    https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/soft...load/windows10

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    Thanks guys

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    When did they remove Guest accounts as a default option? Was that prior to Windows 10?

    I was looking for it today (friends kids using laptop) and realised it was goneskies.


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    Richard7666 wrote:
    When did they remove Guest accounts as a default option? Was that prior to Windows 10?

    I was looking for it today (friends kids using laptop) and realised it was goneskies.
    You can activate the hidden one yourself. Open cmd in administrator mode and type this
    net user Guest /active:yes

    Otherwise if it doesn't exist for some reason
    net user Guest /add to add a password to the account net user Guest p@$$w0rd /add

    When your done with the guest account turn it off again with
    net user Guest /active:no

    Otherwise search for "computer management" in the start menu and click users

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    Has anyone had issues with windows thinking the tab key is being pressed when it isn't? Like if I windows key + tab it will freak out and constantly switch between windows thinking the tab key is being pressed when it isnt.

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    Computer crashed. Anyone knows how to make a bootable Windows 10 USB on Mac?

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    Disk Utility?

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    Valeyard wrote:
    Has anyone had issues with windows thinking the tab key is being pressed when it isn't? Like if I windows key + tab it will freak out and constantly switch between windows thinking the tab key is being pressed when it isnt.
    sounds like a keyboard fault.

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    cocosassy wrote:
    Computer crashed. Anyone knows how to make a bootable Windows 10 USB on Mac?
    Searching for some tools on Google to make a bootable Windows 10 USB .
    This is found by me :
    https://www.androidphonesoft.com/res...sb-on-mac.html
    Last edited by Baomer; 17th January 2019 at 12:32 am.

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    I discovered that a bug in Windows 10 Professional edition was causing my time to move randomly 2-3 hours. Because I use it for home use as opposed to Domain it does not maintain the time correctly.

    I also tried registry tweaks check more often, but to no avail, the problem returned. I then downloaded a freeware Net Time service and it fixed the problem.

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    Oh for f*cksake -every major update screws up the bloody keyboard and I have to Google how to fix it each time because I never remember...

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    I've been using windows 10 for a while now and haven't noticed anything wrong, The only bad thing is some of my older games need a bit of work to get going but windows 10 itself is quite a stable OS and when i do something wrong it handles it quite well.

    If all my games worked flawlessly then I'd have win 10 on all my computers.

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    https://www.howtogeek.com/410183/mic...orced-updates/

    Will make a few people here happy

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    they still force them eventually (18 months max) - not a terrible compromise tbh

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    Well after 18 months of forced updates they have the botnet successfully installed on everyones machine

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    that's just for the big feature ones, security updates will be forced within 35 days (altho that's long enough for botnets too)