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Surely theres's a way to disable the annoying caps lock popup? I have a Samsung Series 9 A01US that I clean installed Windows 7 Home on. Then I installed the required drivers, etc ... and it all works very smoothly, except for one annoying thing:
the keyboard backlight requires a program called "Easy Settings". Normally I don't use bloatware ... and this...
Slowly but surely decreasing C drive space a common problem, but i could not find any virus that causes it for this one, any ideas? i used windirstat and the the screenshot is here, pls help, thank u :D
attached are the suspected regions that might causes the problem
if u guys need any other regions, reply and i will screen shot it
London Olympics For those of you who are in or near London, I was just curious if the city is crazy about now with the games starting soon. Give us an idea of what it is like and if you are going to any events.
2012 Olympics in London It's just been announced that ground-to-air missiles will be stationed at the Olympic Stadium in London next year.
Good Lord, aren't starting pistols good enough these days? :)