Active questions tagged windows - Super User most recent 30 from 2019-02-17T10:21:35Z 1 Is there a way to capture the window of the input method window? jdhao 2019-02-17T08:22:44Z 2019-02-17T10:08:34Z <p>The window of an input method application is hard to capture. It will disappear if you try to press shortcut key to capture the current screen. Even if you press <code>Print Screen</code> key, it will disappear too, making it tricky to capture the window.</p> <p>Right now, I have to record my window to <em>capture</em> the IME window (see GIF below), which I am not very satisfied.</p> <p><img src="" alt="kymgxS.gif"></p> <p>Is there a direct way to capture this window?</p> 0 Why do I have a small unallocated space at the end of my storage device? swingcake 2019-02-17T07:25:29Z 2019-02-17T07:53:21Z <p><a href="" rel="nofollow noreferrer"><img src="" alt="enter image description here"></a></p> <p>As can be seen in the photo above I have 1.3MB of unallocated space near the end of the storage. Why is that? And is it a Windows fault or is that the way it's supposed to be?</p> <p><strong>Edit:</strong> I was not able to post this as text because it was in Arch tty.</p> 1 Windows 10 Right click issue Vishnu Ezhuthachan 2019-02-15T18:05:09Z 2019-02-17T06:08:57Z <p>My windows OS build is 1809 and recently i have noticed that after right clicking and hovering over to New option freezes the menu or gives a lag to show available option.This started happen after I moved Camera roll and screenshot folder to a usb drive and deleted them and restored them back since screenshots were not being saved and saw this issue after the update.Is this a update issue or some fix that needs to be done ? I have tried ShellEXT and have 3rd party programs installed save for McAfee,Java,Python</p> 0 Why doesn't Windows 98 have "NT" in the version name? JChris 2017-05-14T15:56:21Z 2019-02-17T06:04:26Z <p>If we take a look at the <a href=";oldid=776421250" rel="nofollow noreferrer">list of Microsoft Windows versions</a> from Wikipedia we will see (in order of release date) that Windows NT 4.0 has the release version <code>NT 4.0</code>, Windows 98 has <code>4.10</code> and Windows 2000 has <code>NT 5.0</code></p> <p>Why doesn't Windows 98 have <code>NT</code> in its release version? Every major Windows release like XP, XP Pro, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10 has <code>NT</code> in their release versions.</p> 1 Windows 10: How to boot straight to desktop without ever seeing the "logging you now in" screen? Sam 2016-07-31T12:35:25Z 2019-02-17T05:02:35Z <p>How to boot <em>STRAIGHT</em> to the desktop on Windows 10 WITHOUT ever seeing the "Logging you now in" screen?</p> <p>This <a href="" rel="nofollow noreferrer">link</a> removes the necessity for the password authenticication (check!)<br> This <a href="" rel="nofollow noreferrer">link</a> for Win8 disables showing the login (check! but nothing changes on Win10!)</p> <p>When Windows 10 boots, I still see twice (2 second counts) showing the login screen once (static background below) then automatically logging me in with the round "in progresss" circle dots animation. </p> <p>That means screen fading effect from black "dos" into this useless screen, then fade out, and fading back in to the loading of the destop which all togeher takes 2 seconds and oh so ugly.</p> <p>How to bypass seeing the login screens all together and going straight from the black dos screen to the desktop?</p> <p>Bottom line: I don't want to ever see the logging screen during post! But how? Any ideas or suggestions are welcome and highly appreciated. PS I dont want to use hacky third party programs, just in-Windows-10-solutions please that are safe and built in.</p> <h2><a href="" rel="nofollow noreferrer"><img src="" alt="enter image description here"></a></h2> <p><em>Before you start complaining about duplicate post, do your research!<br> Entirely different <a href="">topic</a> about the start menu<br> Entirely different <a href="">topic</a> for Windows 8 about skipping the GUI tiles</em><br> <strong><em>Nothing I have found online has solved my question!</em></strong></p> 11 The application was unable to start correctly (0xc0000018) - Windows 8 x64 dan_s 2013-06-21T14:58:10Z 2019-02-17T04:13:47Z <p>Today I started my computer and some errors showed up like this one, so some programs in autorun didn't started:</p> <p><img src="" alt="The application was unable to start correctly (0xc0000018). Click OK to close the application"></p> <p>I have this error when opening lot of programs, I can't even use 7zip. The only thing I did yesterday was to install a game through Steam and now I can't use like 70% of the software on my PC (most of them get this error on the entire program and some only on certain modules of it).</p> <p>I just ran a <code>SFC /scannnow</code> and the result was: "Windows Resource Protection did not find any integrity violations".</p> <p>Could this be some kind of a virus or Steam that messed up something? What should I do?</p> 0 How to identify if an ongoing PowerPoint or LibreOffice presentation from Powershell is running? Teknowledgist 2019-02-17T04:06:19Z 2019-02-17T04:10:07Z <p>I have a PowerShell script that runs via a periodic scheduled task and throws up a notification on the screen. How can I identify if the computer is currently giving a presentation to prevent that or delay it until the presentation is over? </p> <p>I don't think this is identifying the official "Presentation Mode" because that is (theoretically) only for laptops. </p> <p>Is there some kind of identifiable "do-not-disturb" state when PowerPoint (or LibreOffice Impress) or Acrobat or Skype or something else in a full-screen mode for a presentation?</p> 1 Script to archive folder and rename files Ovaryraptor 2019-02-08T18:40:35Z 2019-02-17T00:46:46Z <p>My goal is to have a .bat that I can use to automatically archive folders via copy, rename the original folder and the files within with the current date and then clean out old production files.</p> <ol> <li>Copy target folders to the <em>"Completed"</em> directory </li> <li>Update date on the source folders using the format <code>Previous Name_Today's Date</code> (MMDDYY)</li> <li>Update the date of the INDD files within the source folder using the format <code>Current Name_Today's Date</code> (MMDDYY)</li> <li><em>"Clean"</em> the source folder by deleting all .VPS and .PDFs files within the source folder</li> </ol> <p>I am a novice but I have pieced together this code from research and sources:</p> <pre><code>@echo off setlocal enabledelayedexpansion for /f "skip=1" %%x in ('wmic os get localdatetime') do if not defined MyDate set MyDate=%%x set today=%MyDate:~0,4%-%MyDate:~4,2%-%MyDate:~6,2% xcopy /s /e /q /y "G:\...\Annual_*" "G:\...\_DONE\" xcopy /s /e /q /y "G:\...\Life_*" "G:\...\_DONE\" MOVE "G:\...\Annual_*" "G:\...\Annual_today" MOVE "G:\...\Life_today" "G:\...\Life_today" FOR /M *.indd /C "cmd /c rename @file \"@fname - today.indd\"" del /s "G:\...\Annual_today" *.pdf del /s "G:\...\Annual_today" *.vps del /s "G:\...\Life_today" *.pdf del /s "G:\...\Life_today" *.vps "G:\...\New_Job.bat" &gt; output.txt </code></pre> <p>My end goal is to be able to change the directory path for the source and archive folders so I can reuse this script for different clients files.</p> <hr> <h2>Current Issues</h2> <p>As it stands the script doesn't copy and create an archive folder files and just, deletes all VPS and PDF files from all directories, not just the target folder.</p> <p>I'm not sure if I'm performing the date check correctly to then use it as a variable to rename future folders and files. </p> <p>I don't know if <code>FOR /M *.indd /C "cmd /c rename @file \"@fname - today.indd\""</code> is correct to rename the files. The names are a PO number (6digits) then a title, underscore and then the date. </p> <p>123456_Life_Kit_020819 for example.</p> <hr> <p>Help would be greatly appreciated!</p> <hr> <h2>Here's an Example of what the script should do</h2> <p><a href="" rel="nofollow noreferrer"><img src="" alt="enter image description here"></a></p> <p>Copies the WHOLE folder to the _OLD/Archive folder for each one. Then renames the folder and the contents extensions to the "current date". Then deletes the .pdf and .vps files in the NEW date directories only.</p> <p>Here is an example of the folder structure.</p> <p>Main directory:</p> <p><a href="" rel="nofollow noreferrer"><img src="" alt="enter image description here"></a></p> <p>Inside one of the subdirectories:</p> <p><a href="" rel="nofollow noreferrer"><img src="" alt="enter image description here"></a></p> <p>The only things I'm trying to rename are the MAIN directory folders with the dates (after copying) and then the files within the subdirectory.</p> <p>No other folders need to be renamed.</p> 7 Start Windows batch file maximized root 2013-12-18T20:06:30Z 2019-02-16T23:08:50Z <p>I've written a batch file that I plan on distributing to a few dozen machines. It automatically checks the working state of several devices. I recently added a "menu" at the start of the script, prompting the user to select specific items to query from a list. The list, however, is too long to see without scrolling.</p> <p>Rather than refining my list, what can I <strong>add to the batch</strong> to start the Windows shell maximized? I tried to cheat and <code>Right click the .bat -&gt; Properties -&gt; Change the "Run" state to "Maximized"</code>, but this option does not exist (and frankly I'd rather add this feature within the script itself).</p> <p>The machines that are running the script are running Windows 7</p> 2 I disabled SMB1. My network computers are no longer listed. What can I do? Thomas Luzat 2017-04-17T00:56:22Z 2019-02-16T23:00:40Z <p>Without working SMB 1 (e.g. by disabling it as suggested <a href="" rel="nofollow noreferrer">here</a>), browsing for computers with shares using Windows Explorer will not work any longer (as expected). They are still available by using <code>\\COMPUTER\...</code> which, I guess, involves a DNS lookup, but they are not listed automatically.</p> <ul> <li>What graphical or non-graphical (<code>cmd</code>, PowerShell) ways are there on Windows 10 to list remote machines which offer shares?</li> <li>Does running with or without a Domain change the available options?</li> </ul> 0 batch that delete text between two specified points Camillo Gatto 2019-02-16T20:45:12Z 2019-02-16T20:45:12Z <p>I would like do a batch that delete all the text present between in_point and out_point of a example.txt like this</p> <pre><code>bla bla lba aaa uuu in_point jhfwjeblwqblf out_point bla bla bla abc cfgr qwerty ecc... </code></pre> <p>so the batch have to delete only jhfwjeblwqblf (but it's variable, it can be more or less: the batch however have to delete all). How can I do? thanks</p> 0 System Variables (PYTHONPATH) on CYGWIN moondra 2019-02-16T20:39:39Z 2019-02-16T20:39:39Z <p>I am going through some programing related tutorials that require usage of use bash on Windows. I installed CYGWIN, but it seems linux uses a environmental variable called PYTHONPATH, which the default installation of Python on Windows doesnt have.</p> <p>I attempted to add this environmental variable in Windows by creating a system variable as such:</p> <pre><code>Variable name: PYTHONPATH Variable Value: C:\Users\Moondra\AppData\Local\Programs\Python\Python36\Scripts;C:\Python27\;C:\Python27\Scripts; </code></pre> <p>Now if I run this (below) on CYGWIN, I get the following ("command not found"):</p> <pre><code>$ $PYTHONPATH bash:C:\Users\Moondra\AppData\Local\Programs\Python\Python36\Scripts;C:\Python27\;C:\Python27\Scripts;: command not found </code></pre> <p>It seems to be printing out the paths, but I am also getting a command not found error. I don't know how to resolve this issue.</p> <p>Thank you. </p> 0 Snapshot of system without virtual machine Daniel Hilgarth 2014-10-03T08:39:57Z 2019-02-16T20:37:58Z <p><strong>Background:</strong><br> I am a software developer and work on several projects in parallel. Because of this, I use virtual desktops, one per project.<br> I never restart my computer - only hibernate or sleep - because I have a huge amount of programs running.</p> <p><strong>Problem:</strong><br> I am using VMware for my day-to-day virtualisation needs.<br> Developing for Windows Phone requires Hyper-V to be active.<br> Only one virtualisation solution - VMware or Hyper-V - can be active at any given time. To switch between them, a restart is required.<br> I want to avoid that.</p> <p><strong>Possible solution:</strong><br> A possible solution would be to snapshot the current state of my machine - the physical and virtual memory - and after that, activate Hyper-V and perform the reboot. When I am finished developing the Windows Phone application, I would re-enable VMware, reboot and restore the snapshot.<br> Basically, it would be like a backed-up hibernation state.</p> <p><strong>Question:</strong><br> Is something like that possible?</p> 1 Adding a Windows 7 machine to a Windows 2000 peer-to-peer network (through hub) Craft 2011-04-21T15:55:21Z 2019-02-16T18:01:30Z <p>We have three Windows 2000 machines talking through a hub, and we are trying to upgrade so we bought a Windows 7 machine to add to the network. All of the Win2K machines can access the public directory on the Windows 7 machine, but the Windows 7 machine cannot access the other Win2K machines -- we just keep getting a pop-up asking for network user name and password.</p> <p>Any suggestions?</p> 1 PowerShell Limit Keys Accepted By Pause Script ereHsaWyhsipS 2018-07-17T22:50:18Z 2019-02-16T17:26:34Z <p>Putting the following lines at the end of a PowerShell script has the following functionality:</p> <pre><code> if($Host.Name -eq "ConsoleHost") { Write-Host "Press any key to continue..." -NoNewline $Host.UI.RawUI.ReadKey("NoEcho,IncludeKeyUp") &gt; $null } </code></pre> <ol> <li>If I run the script by right clicking on it, going to "Run with PowerShell," then the console window stays open for me until I press any key to continue.</li> <li>If I already have a PowerShell window open and I run the script from within this window, then although the "Press any key to continue" text still appears, I don't actually have to press anything to continue; it does this on its own. Hence, I can immediately run something else afterward.</li> </ol> <p>I like this behavior, but I would prefer to limit it to a specific subset of keys (or even just a single key, such as the enter key), if possible. Using read-host doesn't work then I still have to enter input even when running from another PowerShell window; <strong>the goal is to simply stop the window from closing when I run it from the context menu.</strong> I shouldn't have to input anything when running from an already-existing PowerShell console.</p> <p>Basically, I like the functionality of the code I have above, but I want to limit the keys it applies to.</p> <p>Is it possible to achieve this? If so, how?</p> -2 How to Make a File Undetectable by Antivirus? [on hold] Ethan Waldeck 2019-02-16T16:35:46Z 2019-02-16T16:35:46Z <p>Alright, so, I have a software / program that I am making, and program uses many different EXE files to function. The EXE files were made from Batch, I just used a BAT to EXE converter to turn them into EXE files, so that they can run invisibly.</p> <p>The problem here, is that my anti-virus (Malwarebytes Premium) is detecting them as malware, and removing them. Now, if I were using the program I'm making for just my computer, then I could just add exclusions to the files and move on with my day. However, I plan on having the software used by a couple hundred people, and it just wouldn't be practical for each and every person to go out of their way and add an exclusion for the files, because I want the experience of them using my software to be enjoyable, and not have to be a hassle.</p> <p>So, how do I make those EXE files undetectable by anti-virus?</p> 4 How to unzip a file using the cmd? Chen Tasker 2018-04-16T06:42:16Z 2019-02-16T15:01:33Z <p>I want to make a BAT file that will ZIP or UNZIP a file. For zipping a file, I have found this question: <a href="">Can you zip a file from the command prompt using ONLY Windows&#39; built-in capability to zip files?</a></p> <p>The answers given there are great and working for me, but I couldn't find any information about how to unzip the files. Like in the link, I can't assume any third-party tools (except winRAR).</p> <p>Thanks ahead and sorry for English mistakes</p> -3 Where can I find the security screw in the lenovo chromebook thinkpad e11 Gruby gibon 2019-02-16T14:30:37Z 2019-02-16T14:30:37Z <p>I would like to install windows on a chromebook but I do not know if it is possible, but if it is possible I would like to know where the security fence is</p> 20 How to get rights of admin after I disabled all admin accounts in my computer PaleNeutron 2016-01-10T06:52:55Z 2019-02-16T13:26:35Z <p>I accidentally disabled my admin account.</p> <p>After I login to another account I found I can not get admin rights, because all admin accounts on my computer are disabled.</p> <p>I clicked on 'run as administrator' but only see a <code>smart card</code> choice (all the admin accounts are disabled so no choice provided)</p> <p><a href="" rel="noreferrer"><img src="" alt="enter image description here"></a></p> <p>I don't want to re-install my OS, help!</p> <hr> <p><strong>Details:</strong></p> <p>I have account A on my computer. </p> <p>I got a new computer so I want to give the old one to my mother. </p> <p>Creating a new user account B for her and disable account A. </p> <p>Logout and restart. </p> <p>Successfully login B, now I found I could not get admin rights because no account choice is provided.</p> <hr> <p><strong>More informations about my machine</strong>:</p> <p>OS is Windows 10 and my admin account is a Microsoft Account.</p> <p>I have an arch-linux installed on my computer and dual-boot it using <code>GRUB</code>, so maybe I can not use safe mode.</p> 0 How to enable the WMI service on many machines to find MS-Office licenses using the Volume Activation Management Tool 2.0 using Active Directory? leeand00 2013-07-12T20:38:19Z 2019-02-16T13:02:45Z <p>I installed the <code>Volume Activation Management Tool 2.0</code> from Microsoft to scan all the computers on my network to find out how many valid MS Office licenses we have installed on all of the machines. </p> <p>Every workstation should have MS-Office installed on it, but not all of them are registered. Unfortunately I'm not sure that every workstation in the place is configured to pickup the licenses. I've gotten alot of <code>Unable to connect to the WMI service on the remote machine</code> errors. Okay so obviously it's the WMI service, is there any way of batch-enabling on the network?</p> 45 Disable ads in Viber janot 2017-07-17T22:01:53Z 2019-02-16T12:34:06Z <p>Recent version of Viber on Windows started displaying ads. It appeared in sidebar under contacts. There is no GUI option to disable.</p> <p>How can I disable them?</p> 1 Running commands remotely through an RDP connection Sebi 2016-04-13T14:47:53Z 2019-02-16T12:00:45Z <p>This question is a follow up of <a href="">this</a> one. I am trying to run a command through the command line on a remote machine running Windows 7 from a workstation running Debian in an SSH session on that machine. The setup is basically as follows:</p> <pre><code>debian box 1 === (SSH) ===&gt; debian box 2 === (RDP) ===&gt; Windows 7 </code></pre> <p>I have tried running <strong>rdesktop</strong> from <strong>debian box 2</strong>: </p> <pre><code>rdesktop &lt;Windows 7 box network address&gt; -u username -p password -r disk:local="./TestRDP" -s "cmd.exe /K net use C: \\\\tsclient\local &amp; C:\\test.bat &amp; logoff" </code></pre> <p>but cmd.exe is not launched on the remote device. I have also tried to open up cmd.exe on its own:</p> <pre><code>rdesktop &lt;Windows 7 box network address&gt; -u username -p password -s "cmd.exe" </code></pre> <p>but the terminal is not launched upon login (<strong>rdesktop</strong> successfully connects through RDP).</p> <p>I also tried using <a href="" rel="nofollow noreferrer">FreeRDP</a>:</p> <pre><code>xfreerdp /u:user /p:password /app:"||cmd" /v:&lt;Windows 7 box network address&gt; </code></pre> <p>but this error was given upon executing <strong>cmd.exe</strong>:</p> <pre><code>RAIL exec error: execResult=RAIL_EXEC_E_NOT_IN_ALLOWLIST NtError=0x15 </code></pre> <p>Reading <a href="" rel="nofollow noreferrer">this</a> (dated) blog entry it is recommended that a registry key is added with the path to the binary (%windir%\System32\cmd.exe) but I cannot edit registry values on the remote machine. </p> <p><a href="">This</a> question suggests using windows remote shell and a third party rdp client to run the terminal on the remote windows machine. Are there any linux alternatives (aside from FreeRDP and rdesktop)? </p> 0 Copy C:\Windows\IME\IMEJP\DICTS fail Abhishek Pan 2019-02-16T11:15:04Z 2019-02-16T11:15:04Z <p>how can we copy C:\Windows\IME\IMEJP\DICTS this file one machine to another machine? we are unable to copy this file from one machine to another machine</p> 1 Why is 15% of my disk space used by files I cannot view? [duplicate] Flash_Steel 2019-02-16T08:20:44Z 2019-02-16T11:04:52Z <div class="question-status question-originals-of-duplicate"> <p>This question already has an answer here:</p> <ul> <li> <a href="/questions/304474/why-dont-the-sizes-of-my-folders-add-up-to-the-size-of-my-hard-drive-in-windows" dir="ltr">Why don&#39;t the sizes of my folders add up to the size of my hard drive in Windows?</a> <span class="question-originals-answer-count"> 9 answers </span> </li> </ul> </div> <p>I have a SSD with a capacity of 447 GiB. There are 319GiB used for files visible in Windows Explorer. The used space of the partition is reported by Windows as 393 GiB. This drive is only used for games, it has never contained an OS.</p> <p>Running chkdsk it reports that </p> <blockquote> <p>468718591 KB total disk space</p> <p>415493328 KB in 64379 files</p> </blockquote> <p>I am running a new instance of Windows 10 Pro with no changes to any default settings. The SSD was used with previous installations of Windows so I suspect that there are old system files which my current Windows instance won't show me.</p> <p><strong>The files take up 314 GiB but 393 GiB have been used. What could be taking up 74 GiB of space which isn't visible in Windows Explorer on a new vanilla Windows installation?</strong></p> <p>EDIT 1:</p> <p>The disk contains a single partition which is 447 GiB as reported by Disk Management in Windows.</p> <p>It appears that the partition is allocated the right amount, and that the free space Windows Explorer reports matches what chkdsk reports. The 15% discrepancy is between the size of visible files in Windows Explorer and size of files reported by chkdsk.</p> <p>EDIT 2:</p> <p>The space used by the visible files in Windows Explorer is 343,374,991,368 bytes. The space used by all files as calculated in chkdsk and the drive properties in Windows is 423,015,841,792 bytes. A difference of approximately equal to 73 GiB. The missing 73 GiB is not counting in 1000 vs 1024 as it is present when counting only in bytes.</p> <p>EDIT 3:</p> <p>Within the partition was a set of old system files from a previous installation of Windows. When viewed through Explorer they had a size of 0 B but <a href="" rel="nofollow noreferrer">Tree Size Free</a> revealed had large file size.</p> 0 Can't install Windows 7 from USB user2179088 2013-04-10T13:50:20Z 2019-02-16T11:01:15Z <p>Computer:</p> <pre><code>Samsung 350v5c-s04 windows 8 (64bit) CPU: i5 3210m HDD: 1 TB (5.4kr sata) </code></pre> <p>As you can see, there was Windows 8 installed.</p> <p>I created bootable Windows 7 USB and tried to install it. After 2 hour finally I reached point where I can install. </p> <p>I removed all partitions and tried to install new version. Everything seems to be good, but on "finalizing installation" my pc rebooted and I got again windows 7 installation menu. I changed some BIOS settings (was trying to load HDD with windows), but this happened.</p> <p>When I turn on the PC, the "Samsung" image loads and then I get black screen and nothing happens. Can't boot from my USB flash drive either. I changed BIOS many times without any results.</p> <p>After I turn on the PC: </p> <p><img src="" alt=""></p> <p>After 2s I get this: </p> <p><img src="" alt=""></p> <p>My BIOS settings.</p> <p><img src="" alt="BIOS settings: Sysinfo and advanced"></p> <p><img src="" alt="BIOS settings: Boot"></p> <p><img src="" alt="enter image description here"></p> <p>I can not start from USB anymore. I dunno why. On other computers the USB pendrive boots properly. I want to install windows 7.</p> 0 How to closer Viber on Windows? Siva Manasan 2019-02-16T10:41:52Z 2019-02-16T10:41:52Z <p>To close Viber completely in Windows you have to <a href="" rel="nofollow noreferrer">close using the UI</a></p> <p>and then <a href="" rel="nofollow noreferrer">close the icon in the taskbar</a>(Right Click the icon → Click Exit in the popup)</p> <p>I would like to be able to close the viber process completely by clicking the top UI close button ONLY. How can I achieve this? I have Windows 10 pro installed.</p> 0 Windows 10: separate taskbar buttons from minimzed windows Taw Moto 2019-02-16T07:35:27Z 2019-02-16T10:00:56Z <p>Is it possible to separate the taskbar buttons from minimized windows in Windows 10? So it should look like this? So the buttons must stay always in the left part and the minimized windows on the right. The "Never combine" options does not do this.(ugly <a href="" rel="nofollow noreferrer">example</a>)</p> <p>This is what I want, photo is from my actual Windows 7, don't remember how I did it, the installation is 5 years old: <a href="" rel="nofollow noreferrer">photo</a></p> 0 Permissions denied while editing tags of a video file Ailothaen 2019-02-16T09:15:11Z 2019-02-16T09:15:11Z <p>I have a video file on my desktop.<br> Whenever I try to edit (editing or removing) the tags (title, comments, genre...) of it, I got the following message:</p> <p><a href="" rel="nofollow noreferrer">Access denied</a> (I edited the same dialog box which was in English because my system isn't)<br> Yeah, the system tells me I need permissions from myself (my user account) to edit the file.</p> <p>So I'm locked out from editing the tags; however, I can do everything else on the file (move, copy, or even delete).</p> <p>I tried to check the permissions in the Security tab: I have all the rights on the file, and I tried as well to reattribute the file to myself (as well as the parent directory), this does nothing.</p> <p>Does somebody has a solution for this? It isn't the first time I run into this problem, some time ago I already encountered it upon moving files.</p> 8 CPU spikes to 100% when using openSSH for windows doc 2015-12-22T08:34:55Z 2019-02-16T05:29:39Z <p>I am using openSSH for windows (OpenSSH 7.1p1-1). I noticed that after few days that the sshd.exe processes are at the range of 20% cpu the spike to 100% utilization all taken by the processes. i googled the issue and looked here and found one answer saying that when running openSSH along with an antivirus they can compete for resources, the thing is i do not have anti virus on this windows machine</p> <p>Has anyone encountered this issue before?</p> 0 Preventing Commands from Being Shown Batch Brendon Shaw 2019-02-16T00:34:57Z 2019-02-16T01:01:40Z <p>I just installed MinGW on my Windows 10 computer and set up a sample program so that I could test if it was working. I used a batch file so that I could keep the program going with <code>pause</code>. However, while testing this I got this: <a href="" rel="nofollow noreferrer">Command Prompt</a> </p> <p>I only want the output to be shown, not the commands needed to execute it. How do I do that?</p>