Category: Windows

If you can open folders without issue yet a File Explorer window doesn’t respond, the Quick Access cache may be corrupt. Open a Command Tool and: del %AppData%\Microsoft\Windows\Recent\AutomaticDestinations\*   If the problem persists, disable the Quick Access/Home view in File Explorer 1. Open File

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Rebuild the icon cache (IconCache.db). Open Folder Options. Click the View tab. Select the radio button: Show hidden files, folders, and drives. Click Apply. Open windows explorer and navigate to %LocalAppData% Delete IconCache.db Open the Task Manager. Click the Process tab. 

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Close the Control Panel Open gpedit.msc Disable: Computer configuration/Administrative Templates/System/Internet Communication Management/Internet Communication/Turn off access to all Windows Update features Enable: Computer Configuration/Administrative Templates/Windows Components/Windows Update/Configure Automatic Updates Open Regedit Set HKEY_CURRENT_USER/Software/Microsoft/Windows/CurrentVersion/Policies/Explorer/NoWindowsUpdate to 0  

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This works for Windows 10 Enterprise, can’t say about the other flavors. Go to: Yes, the old skool control panels. Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Programs and Features In the left column, click Turn Windows features on or off link Check

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I had a display issue where the column widths changed after rebinding data with the RadGridView. Clicking the columns restored the proper widths. I initially went with the Telerik recommendation to use CellFormatting to  set column fonts, colors, widths, etc.

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This is for Winforms. I don’t know about the other technologies. Sure you can iterate through the columns and manually disable each…  But the tools are already in place. To hide column filters by Image column types: void radGridView1_ViewCellFormatting(object sender,

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Open Server Manager Expand Active Directory Find the user, right click, select Properties Tap the Account tab Click the Log On To… button Add the machine names to the list

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Right click My Computer Select Manage Open Local Users and Groups Expand Groups In the right pane, double click  the Users Remove NTAUTHORITY\Authenticated Users Add the require user to this group

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Domain computers fail to see server shared printers in the domain On the print server (or whatever is sharing them) open Devices and Printers Right-click printer and select Printer Properties (NOT PROPERTIES) Click the Sharing tab, ensure Sharing and List

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