I was recently made aware of a social media post several days ago by “Instant Housecall” (the remote support software with the first generation d7 integration agreement) which touted: Improvements to Auto PC Repair (remote d7) have been rolled out. Faster startup, stability and new back end. This statement seems to have caused some confusion […]
Frequently in troubleshooting it is helpful to know if a log file was created by an application or Windows itself. Presented by Nick, the developer of d7II, this video details how to use some tricks with d7II/dFunk’s file search filters to find log files in specific locations or anywhere on the partition. Added 02/26/2015 (dMZ “d7II Advanced […]
File this under “not surprised.” The Windows 10 Technical Preview just got a new update, so this morning of course it was nagging me to restart. After taking care of my VMs and open files I did the restart. I couldn’t wait to see how usable, or just plain laughable, this new Cortana thing is going to be. […]
Just a quick heads up, today a new vulnerability was discovered with opening RTF files in MS Word. Microsoft has released a patch, which is already included in d7II v1.4.6 on the Tweaks tab under MS Office. http://thehackernews.com/2014/03/microsoft-word-zero-day-vulnerability.html https://support.microsoft.com/kb/2953095
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