An old trick that can prevent a lot of malware problem but nobody bother to use is do your daily work on a limited user account, use the admin account only for install stuff and adjust system settings.
Got a new computer, or just finished reloading Windows?We all know how long it can take to get all of your applications installed again on a new computer, or a reloaded old computer.well, here is a huge time saver http://ninite.com/NASA and Harvard Medical school use this, so it is not just some infected trojan horse.you simply go to the site, check off all the programs you want installed, and it makes a custom installer that will be downloaded ~1M. you then run this and go do other important things while all of your selected applications are installed.
This is an awesome thread that can definitely hope a lot of people. Thanks detron for putting all this together for us! I know this isn't MT related, but it contains invaluable information and could do well as a sticky.
Quote from: derekmac on September 25, 2013, 12:33:18 PMThis is an awesome thread that can definitely hope a lot of people. Thanks detron for putting all this together for us! I know this isn't MT related, but it contains invaluable information and could do well as a sticky.I would say it can be MT related, ask Sawman. He might have been absent from MT.O while getting his computer fixed. Also computer repairs eat in to MT and SAK budget, so maybe this thread will help on some problems enough that less is spent on repair, leaving more for MTs and SAKs. Sent from my SPH-L720 using Tapatalk 2
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