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The very useful little program called ScreenMarker v0.10 suffers IN WIN10 from disablement of the UNDO tool. There is another program out there by the same name but listed as v220.127.116.11, which MIGHT offer the same features and possibly have the UNDO functional. I'd like to try and find out, but I can not install it
I read in a 2015 post that someone was using Win7's Snippingtool in Win10, but when I tried that in my Win10 Build 10586.494, I did NOT get a capture-cursor as I did in Win7 - not even when I ran it in compatibility mode for Win7. I have looked at alternatives on offer - they may well be wonderful programs and offer loads of options, but do NOT resolve my issue : the snip-readiness that Win7's snipping tool had which is missing in Win10. I think it should be fruitful to focus on the 'running in compatibility mode', and would be happy to receive any available help there. Or any other solution.
My problem is that i need to restore windows xp service pack 2 to an earlier state, either with command prompt or any other way possible.
I used the following command after logging in with Administrator account in safe mode with command prompt but it failed to resolve my problem
This is the command: C:\windows\system32\restore\rstrui.exe
But it failed with as the restore could not move to other dates that i want.
Microsoft has recently issued a special "default product key" for Windows 10 Professional:
I installed all the drivers on my Lenovo IdeaPad S400 laptop so now i see the sleep option in the start button. but when i press the button again, the laptop still resumes from hybernation.
I have a logitech mouse with a wheel which is also a middle button. once the middle button was active, in the browser it scrolled up, down and to the sides and in the Autocad software it panned.
Windows allows very little choice as to location and size of desktop wallpaper, whereas Active Desktop Calendar has a feature whereby an image of one's choice and be 'deployed' in ANY location on a desktop, as a wallpaper/background. Does anyone know of a program that confines it self to THAT functionality ?
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