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How to Delete Recovery Partition in Windows 7/8/10 (Solved)
One time I had this Windows (VM) where the recovery partition was *after* the C: partition, preventing me from resizing it. Disk Management snap-in prevents you from deleting this partition. Bullshit.

You can 'delete partition override' in DISKPART, though.
windows  win10  storage  diskmanagement  diskadministrator  sysadmin  solution 
12 weeks ago by kme
How To Disable AutoRun / AutoPlay In Windows 7 & Windows 8 | Redmond Pie
Create one of these two registry keys (all users or current user):
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer\

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\policies\Explorer\

Step 3: Within this subkey, locate the setting labeled “NoDriveTypeAutoRun”. If it doesn’t exist, create a new 32-bit DWORD with this name and assign it the hexadecimal value 000000FF (Decimal 255).
windows  win7  win8  win10  autorun  autoplay  security  movein  howto 
december 2019 by kme
How do I find stored passwords in Windows 10? - Microsoft Community | https://answers.microsoft.com/
This is where Edge stores HTTP Basic authentication details, *not* in the browser's own saved logins manager.
window  win10  credentials  savedpasswords  edge  browser  security  passwordmanager 
november 2019 by kme
Create a recovery drive | https://support.microsoft.com/
This seems to also be how you *delete* the existing recovery drive (which is 300-some megabytes) from the PC. This seems to be necessary in order to extend the Window OS system partition?

Via: https://www.intowindows.com/how-to-delete-the-recovery-partition-in-windows-10/
windows  win10  recoverydrive  bootableusb  systemrecovery  disasterrecovery  howto  maybesolution 
february 2019 by kme
We can't sign in to your account | https://support.microsoft.com/
The solution in my case was to delete a registry setting under \HKLM\CurrentVersion\Software\Microsoft\Windows\NT\UserProfiles (I think).
windows  win10  errormessage  userprofile 
april 2018 by kme
Windows 10 after two years: Microsoft's mixed report card | ZDNet
Agree, agree. Windows 10 is in my face WAY too much also. "Do you like this?" "Are you bored with that?" And that is just the beginning. It will get worse.

Fck off Microsoft. If you continue, I will go back to my trusted W7 image, and when that loses support, Linux, here I come.
windows10  windows  win10  forthecomments 
august 2017 by kme

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