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  • Blog Post: Procmon on x64? "/?" will help :-)

    Maybe some of you already know this trick, but if you don't... here it is I've been running a Vista x64 as my main machine in office for a few months now, and when I had to analyze a Process Monitor trace received from a customer, but if the log was coming from a x86 machine (that's still the most common...
  • Blog Post: SyncToy not working on Vista x64?

    I've been using SyncToy for quite a few months to keep in sync some folders between my laptop and the other two machines I have in office, and it always worked just great for me (I know, I should be using Groove instead but I'm not happy to have services and programs running when they want, instead of...
  • Blog Post: Free Download Manager

    As I did in a previous post , here is another nice tool I've been using for a few weeks now, which I find very helpful when it comes to large downloads such as the recently released Visual Studio 2008 beta 2 (but now I'm using it for every download larger than 5 Mb): Free Download Manager . I short...
  • Blog Post: Google uses .NET...?!?

    Have a look at this link: https://survey.google.com/wix/p0986235.aspx Uhm... let's have a look at the source HTML of the page, and we'll not find the "_VIEWSTATE" hidden field (it should be there also if we disable the viewstate in the @Page directly and for every control in the page) and the...
  • Blog Post: Cool File Manager: Servant Salamander

    I started to use this tool almost 6 years ago, in my previous life before Microsoft because it was quite widely used in my former Company; at the beginning I didn't like it very much, I was used to Windows Explorer and at that time the Salamander's capabilities where not as refined as they are in the...
  • Blog Post: CSSVista and IE Developer Toolbar to easily customize how your site/blog looks

    While working to customize a bit my blog (and you can easily see I'm not a graphic designer! ) I struggled trying to understand and sort out the tangle of CSS styles I can override to change how these pages look (at this is still "work in progress"). Luckily in our internal blogger discussion list...
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