You can create a macro for things like this.
Leave it off. Unless you will be using some system intensive applications like 3D max, Maya, Photoshop...
I tested how far I could go with Windows XP SP1 without a pagefile with 512 MB RAM. I had to open 3 instances of VS.NET and 40 of Internet Explorer. Then I got the message that Windows was out of memory.
Edit: If you have 512 MB Ram or less, play games or use ram hungry apps then your pagefile should be 1.5 times your amount of RAM (512 MB Ram -> 768 MB Pagefile).
Jorgie wrote:the stupid part is the microsoft used to push the MDI (multi document interface) for all windows programs. Then they did a 180 with Offices and now you get a new window with each document. I hate it.
Bring back MDI ability everywhere letting the user do it both ways!
You can change that behavior back to Office '97 style by just enabling an option. Looks under tools -> Extra
I was the first one who had this idea.
I wonder who is writing the documentation at Microsoft? Never seen one of those guys at the videos or they have never been mentioned to be that guys..
They have a video with an interview of someone who worked on the WinCE documentation.
Marsella wrote:Will there even be a SP3? I assumed that Longhorn would be the next big client OS update. Hopefully the Beta is stable enough to use on a home (not production) machine. What level od MSDN subscription get me access to downloads of teh betas?
Service packs are normally a rollup of security fixes. Service Pack 2 for WinXP was a one-time exception.
None of the things Webbo asked will become true for the next service pack.
Remove the spam.
The website is made by retards for retards.
Edit: And you have 162 mistakes in your advertisments.