Saturday Link Roundup

Windows networking
Changing the MTU size in Windows Vista, 7 or 8
Changing MTU in Windows Vista
TCP/IP and NetBT configuration parameters for Windows 2000 or Windows NT
How to Use Traceroute to Identify Network Problems

Acting etc.
The Rehearsal Room
The Real Accent Application

T-Shirt printing
Tee Junction
The Print Bar
Speedy tees
VistaPrint

Other
Melbourne’s Streets & Lanes
Florida Veterinary Behaviour Service
(Has articles on pet behaviour.)

Saturday Link Roundup

Collecting Windows 10 “Anniversary Edition” Keyboard Shortcuts

Windows 7 Readyboot fix

Find and remove duplicate items in your iTunes library

How to Remove Broken or Dead Tracks from iTunes
This article allowed me to tidy up my music collection.

WA Health – Centre for Clinical Interventions
Has a list of resources to assist with

  • Assertiveness
  • Depression
  • Body Dysmorphia
  • Distress Intolerance
  • Health Anxiety
  • Low Self-Esteem
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Disordered Eating
  • Panic Attacks
  • Perfectionism
  • Procrastination
  • Social Anxiety
  • Chronic worrying

Saturday Link Roundup–Bitlocker & Display Driver Crashes

Bitlocker
Bitlocker Group Policy Settings
How can I prevent users from using USB removable disks (USB flash drives) by using Group Policy (GPO)?

Display driver stopped respondingLimiting Repetitive GPU Hangs and Recoveries
Display Driver Stopped Responding and has Recovered [Solved]
TDR Registry Keys

Other
Microsoft: Understanding Web Proxy Configuration
How a $5 Raspberry Pi Zero can hack your locked laptop
local .pac-file URL format that works with IE and Safari (Windows)?

Saturday Link Roundup–Group Policy, Kerberos, BranchCache

grouppolicy_thumb.jpgGroup Policy

Kerberos

BranchCache

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Web browser (mostly Internet Explorer)

Other

Saturday Link Roundup

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”There will always be darkness
I spent a few years growing up with a closet in my bedroom. The closet had an odd design. It looked normal at first, then you walked in to do closet things, and discovered that the wall on your right gave way to an alcove, making for a handy little shelf. Then you looked up, and the wall at the back of the alcove gave way again, into a crawlspace of utter nothingness, where no light could fall and which you immediately identified as the daytime retreat for every ravenous monster you kept at bay with flashlights and stuffed animals each night.
This is what it is to learn programming. You get to know your useful tools, then you look around, and there are some handy new tools nearby and those tools show you the bottomless horror that was always right next to your bed.”

Internet Explorer (IE) version detection in JavaScript
Minification-safe JavaScript detection of version of Internet Explorer (IE) browser up to version 10 inclusive.

Falsehoods programmers believe about time
”I have repeatedly been confounded to discover just how many mistakes in both test and application code stem from misunderstandings or misconceptions about time. By this I mean both the interesting way in which computers handle time, and the fundamental gotchas inherent in how we humans have constructed our calendar – daylight savings being just the tip of the iceberg.”