Recently started using Windows again since installing Windows 10 while my iMac is still my primary machine I’m trying to make my Windows machine as familiar as I can.
I’m a big fan of Little Snitch on OS X and decided to install Comodo Firewall as an alternative to Little Snitch on Windows. The software isn’t bad, but after installing it Google Chrome started crashing as soon as it would launch. After a quick search I found this thread on the Comodo support forum which recommends adding chrome.exe to HIPS Detect Shellcode injections Exclusion list.
Here are the steps to add chrome.exe to the exclusion list:
Right-click on Comodo Firewall Taskbar icon and select HIPS -> Settings
Under Settings Click the Exclusions option
Click on Add and select Files
Look for chrome.exe under C:\Program Files\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe and click open
Once chrome.exe has been added to the exclusion list click OK and you should be able to run Google Chrome without having it crash on you.
At its Build 2015 developer conference, Microsoft has announced it is releasing a free cross-platform code editor that will enable many developers to write modern apps for web, cloud, and mobile.
Source: Microsoft launches Visual Studio Code, cross-platform code editor for OS X, Linux and Windows
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via YoYo Games.
This post will show you how to open an elevated command prompt with administrator rights (Run as administrator). We will go over creating a shortcut and opening the command prompt from the start menu.
Create an “Elevated Command Prompt” Shortcut
- The process described below is for Windows 7, but can be applied to Windows 8 as well.
- You may be prompted to click on “Yes” or enter the administrator account’s password depending on the systems UAC Settings
First we need to create the shortcut. Right click on an empty space on the desktop and click on New (1) then Shortcut (2)
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This article refers to the HP Folio 12-2000 running Windows 7 with BitLocker.
Resuming the Folio 13 from hibernation will result in BitLocker detecting a change in the system boot information and asking for the recovery key.
Windows BitLocker Drive Encryption Information
The system boot information has changed since BitLocker was enabled.
You must supply a BitLocker recovery password to start this system.
Confirm that the boot changes to this system are authorized.
If the changes to the boot system are trusted, then disable and re-enable BitLocker. This will reset BitLocker to use the new boot information.
Otherwise, restore the system boot information.
I have found a workaround by disabling the “Internal network device boot” option within the BIOS. I informed HP about the issue and the workaround and was told that they had previously received a report of this issue and their engineers are working on a fix that will probably require a BIOS update.
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