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Detecting cause of high in-bound network trafficview story

http://superuser.com – One of our Windows/Coldfusion/IIS webservers has been experiencing a very odd pattern of high inbound network traffic. In the picture above the red hum is out-bound traffic, and the yellow line is in-bound network traffic. It's very usual for a webserver which is sending out hundreds of requests per second of image and webpage data for the inbound traffic to be spiking that high. (HowTos)

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What does the sawtooth pattern mean on a memory usage graph?view story

http://superuser.com – My computer has been slowing lately, so I looked at the stats in the Windows Task Manager and saw that I was not only using a lot of memory, but there was a sawtooth pattern in the usage graph. I tried many searches for an explanation of memory graphs or sawtooth patterns in memory usage but I could not find anything. (HowTos)

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Any file explorer for Windows that have have the Device > Drive > Folder viewview story

http://superuser.com – Currently, what I can say is that all file explorer in Windows have the following tree view: Drive C -> Folder 1 -> File 1 -> File 2 -> Folder 2 -> File 1 Drive D -> Folder 1 -> File 1 Is there a file explorer that can show the following view: Device A -> Drive C -> Folder 1 -> File 1 -> File 2 -> Folder 2 -> File 1 -&g (HowTos)

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Hi from Irelandview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hi, Padraig from Ireland making first post here. Played around with Puppy,Tiny Core and Xubuntu in the past but returning to Linux after a few years away. Now using Debian Stable ( dual boot with Windows) - got there through Xubuntu,Lubuntu,Solydx , all of which are good in their own right but thought why not go back to source ie Debian. (HowTos)

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While viewing the desktop, is there a way where all actively displayed windows can be zoomed out?view story

http://superuser.com – I have windows 8 where i'm running a start menu plugin. Classic Shell. Not sure if that's an issue. However, I'd like to know if there is a way to zoom out all current windows, and when I let go, zoom back in to the arrangement that I had. (HowTos)

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LXer: Chinese Government Says on TV That Windows XP Users Must Choose Linuxview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Published at LXer: China has one of the biggest Windows XP user bases in the world, and shaking this addiction seems to be more difficult than people could have imagined. Now, even the government is getting involved and is asking Windows XP users to switch to a Linux solution, preferably something made in China. Read More... (HowTos)

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Windows Media Player pause control suddenly gone from task barview story

http://superuser.com – Up until last week, I could hover my mouse over the Windows Media Player icon on my task bar, and after a second or two, a play/pause button appeared (and I think a skip forward and skip back button too). Now it's gone, so I need to fully open the WMP window then click the pause button within that. How can I bring back those buttons when hovering over the task bar icon? (HowTos)

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KDE Dolphin/Konqueror backspace goes back instead of deleting textview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Help, my Konqueror/Dolphin in KDE seems to have inherited a Windows flaw that the backspace key now goes back in the browser history. I lost count of how many hours of work I've lost in Windows at the office because of this, I defiantly don't want it in KDE, how can it be disabled. (HowTos)

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AMD card under scans 15%view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I guess this is a hardware issue and not software.Although could be a driver issue. Anyway, I have my PC hooked up to my 42" HDTV through HDMI.This a problem both in Windows 7 ann XP and in Linux.It automatically underscans 15% and that leaves about a 1 inch border around screen.It does with HDMI and VGA. In windows AMD driver has settings to adjust over/under scan. (HowTos)

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java des cipher different results on windowsview story

http://stackoverflow.com – I have an API documentation that requires encrypting a key to authenticate, I managed to build and compile their sample code, but the results on windows are different than linux. When I run and test from Windows, all seems to be correct and works with the API. That same test on Linux outputs a different result. (HowTos)