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Forum: System Security 25 Jan 2014
Replies: 5
Views: 749
Posted By unifex
Thanks guys. However, I don't think you've...

Thanks guys.

However, I don't think you've answered my question. I do know how to exclude folders from scanning. What I want to do is different. I want to skip scanning for copy operations...
Forum: System Security 24 Jan 2014
Replies: 5
Views: 749
Posted By unifex
How to exclude manually copied files from scanning by antivirus

I would be grateful if someone had an answer to my question or perhaps someone knows an antivirus software that allows for such customization.

Very often I need to copy large files between various...
Forum: Hardware & Devices 11 Jun 2013
Replies: 1,735
Views: 107,362
Posted By unifex
Hmm, my old SSD shows this strange result (of...

Hmm, my old SSD shows this strange result (of course, that's the system drive, with the same system where the test was run). Does it meat it's time to change it?
Forum: Hardware & Devices 11 Jun 2013
Replies: 752
Views: 159,752
Posted By unifex
I'm quite happy with my hard drives

I'm quite happy with my hard drives
Forum: Hardware & Devices 11 Jun 2013
Replies: 19
Views: 4,968
Posted By unifex
As long as they don't hide the existence of this...

As long as they don't hide the existence of this "white list", I don't see the problem. I've changed many laptops over the years and I never even thought about a possibility of changing the Wi-Fi...
Forum: Tutorials 02 Oct 2012
Replies: 745
Views: 771,920
Posted By unifex
Hi Brink, thanks a lot for the advice!

Hi Brink, thanks a lot for the advice!
Forum: Tutorials 02 Oct 2012
Replies: 745
Views: 771,920
Posted By unifex
Hi Kari, excellent tutorial! I have a...

Hi Kari, excellent tutorial!

I have a question though. When I installed Windows 7 on my system I followed some of the ideas I found on this forum and installed Windows on a SSD while moving the...
Forum: General Discussion 15 May 2012
Replies: 16
Views: 1,458
Posted By unifex
I think the discussion of what's better -...

I think the discussion of what's better - custom-built or OEM is rather academic, unless you decide what are you going to use your machine for. Is it a desktop or a laptop or maybe a netbook suits...
Forum: General Discussion 15 May 2012
Replies: 18
Views: 20,039
Posted By unifex
I use the 64-bit everything. Basically, I figure...

I use the 64-bit everything. Basically, I figure that since my processor is 64 bit - as are most of the recently produced Intel chips - why limit myself with the 32-bit OS?

I agree, that for the...
Forum: Music, Pictures & Video 13 May 2012
Replies: 2
Views: 837
Posted By unifex
It does not matter what OS you have. Unless the...

It does not matter what OS you have. Unless the iPod is jailbroken, the only official way to put anything on the iPod is by using iTunes. The only official way to play any video on the iPod is to use...
Forum: General Discussion 13 May 2012
Replies: 8
Views: 10,569
Posted By unifex
To be honest, file system efficiency is the...

To be honest, file system efficiency is the weakest part of Windows. NTFS is just slow when it comes to copying or moving files. The theoretical limits of all hardware connections are never reached....
Forum: General Discussion 07 May 2012
Replies: 26
Views: 3,840
Posted By unifex
Hi rrrrramos, and welcome! when you boot up...

Hi rrrrramos, and welcome!

when you boot up your machine, you can press a F key (typically F12, but consult your motherboard manual to be sure) to bring up the menu where you can choose the device...
Forum: General Discussion 04 May 2012
Replies: 8
Views: 1,300
Posted By unifex
Raner, In general, you should not expect a...

Raner,

In general, you should not expect a program to have some features on Windows 7 just because the program had these features on Windows XP, these are two different operating systems and the...
Forum: General Discussion 03 May 2012
Replies: 13
Views: 18,262
Posted By unifex
Well, you have to run as administrator in order...

Well, you have to run as administrator in order to do that. Make sure the account you're using is an administrator account. Even if it is, run the explorer "as administrator". It will as you for...
Forum: General Discussion 03 May 2012
Replies: 8
Views: 3,508
Posted By unifex
I will agree with the experts here - a clean...

I will agree with the experts here - a clean install is the preferred course of action.

I have done that myself recently - got a new motherboard. At first I felt lazy and did not want to...
Forum: Performance & Maintenance 28 Apr 2012
Replies: 6
Views: 1,297
Posted By unifex
You should never use two security suites or two...

You should never use two security suites or two anti-virus programs. If you're running MSE - that's what you're running, nothing additional. If you're running Avast or anything else, then you're not...
Forum: Performance & Maintenance 28 Apr 2012
Replies: 13
Views: 5,846
Posted By unifex
Well, that's what I meant - there is absolutely...

Well, that's what I meant - there is absolutely no need to "clean" the registry of a newly installed Windows. Sure, after you uninstall a program, there might be something left over. But this...
Forum: Windows Updates & Activation 28 Apr 2012
Replies: 20
Views: 4,251
Posted By unifex
Well, a more tolerant explanation is this - they...

Well, a more tolerant explanation is this - they are trying to come up with the document that covers all possible situations in the world and aims to prevent all possible forms of abuse of their...
Forum: Windows Updates & Activation 28 Apr 2012
Replies: 20
Views: 4,251
Posted By unifex
I think that this is some sort of lawyer trick....

I think that this is some sort of lawyer trick. Naturally, nobody ever is going to check what kind of OS you are using at home. Therefore as long as the activation goes through you should be OK....
Forum: Performance & Maintenance 28 Apr 2012
Replies: 13
Views: 5,846
Posted By unifex
Hello and Welcome! While others maybe more...

Hello and Welcome!

While others maybe more knowledgeable about the precise error codes you have, I think I will express the majority opinion here, and recommend against using any type of "registry...
Forum: Performance & Maintenance 28 Apr 2012
Replies: 6
Views: 1,297
Posted By unifex
I think it is a combination of personal taste and...

I think it is a combination of personal taste and usage patterns with the current trend.

In the past, one definitely needed the firewall and the anti-virus, even if simply connected to the...
Forum: General Discussion 22 Apr 2012
Replies: 13
Views: 2,976
Posted By unifex
Well, I have not used packet writing for a long...

Well, I have not used packet writing for a long time now and I do have Windows native burning features turned off. But, my past experiences are the following. I used to use the program that was...
Forum: BSOD Help and Support 22 Apr 2012
Replies: 2
Views: 933
Posted By unifex
I would say that if this is a one-time event,...

I would say that if this is a one-time event, then there is nothing to worry about. Basically, Windows writes certain logs during the shutdown process, it "remembers" certain settings, last used...
Forum: Network & Sharing 22 Apr 2012
Replies: 10
Views: 2,086
Posted By unifex
Downloads can be affected by a number of factors....

Downloads can be affected by a number of factors. I have a 50 mbps connection, but the real-life download speeds vary from 5 MBps down to 1 kbps, depending on what are you downloading, how big are...
Forum: Network & Sharing 21 Apr 2012
Replies: 2
Views: 2,381
Posted By unifex
Well, I do have an iPad and my router has USB...

Well, I do have an iPad and my router has USB ports, but honestly, it never occurred to me to access a USB flash drive from the iPad this way ... iOS certainly does not offer a native way to do that,...
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