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Whenever it's been asleep for any length of time, when I wake it up I get a dialog-"App to open this file".
Clicking Notepad I get "Cannot find C:\Program.txt Create one?"
There is no Program.txt. Anyone have an idea what's trying to open this?
Like always Windos has its problems with drivers, it's fine, we get it. In Windows 7 easy workaround was available - rename the INFCACHE.1, infstor.dat and infstrng.dat files (which are located in /Windows/System32/DriverStore folder), restart machine and it will force Windows to rebuild them.
I was on Windows 7, then upgraded to Win 8 then to Win 8.1.
Right now I am on Win 8.1 and I plan on upgrading my PC.
Would I be able to re-use my product key? I hear that OEM ones do no allow this.
So how can I find out if my Win 8.1 is an OEM?
I was about to attach an APP I regularly use to a Hotkey on my Keyboard when suddenly I realized don't even know where to find the Executable to do so.
Where can one find these Executable and do they even look like a x86 type EXE?
Well, I am new to windows 8 but anyhow, here's the question.
How can I find out or detect if I have a "keylogger" running?
And how can I prevent my computer from catching any viruses, spyware and other infections?
Guest OS ..... win 8 RP
Host OS ....... win 7.
In Win 7, every time I open WLM ( windows live mail ), I have to enter my password. Pain in the butt.
In Win 8, I don't need to.
Wish they (MS) do the same for Win 7.