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05:39:35  <dmex><bob> or is it still a little self-fragmenting biotch <-- NTFS handles that, the pagefile itself is just a file, takes no interest in what sectors it uses
05:40:08  <dmex>it sits atop the filesystem like any other file
05:42:36  <bob>yeah but it grows and expands all the time, or at least it used to
05:42:43  <bob>and it would fragment even ntfs to high hell
05:43:25  <bob>my last experience with windows was windows xp sp1.
05:43:47  <bob>i been using osx since then, until march.
05:45:14  <dmex>lol things have changed alot since then with Vista/7/8
05:45:33  <dmex>auto-defrag for one
05:46:00  <dmex>most things sit atop the filesystem like pagefiles
05:46:35  <dmex>they have a maximum size (amount of ram * 2) but act just like any other file
05:50:07  <dmex>bob: http://www.filehippo.com/download_defraggler
05:51:31  <bob>yeah but when it acts like any other file, its really easy to shard the file system.
05:52:06  <bob>thats why i wanted to move the file to the end of the partition and lock its size in. i can do that in linux.
05:52:12  <bob>but the ramdisk was an even more awesome idea.
05:54:20  <bob>i dunno if will do that, or just make a partition for it.
05:55:48  <bob>if i did a partition i would also point photoshop's temp location to that spot just because photoshop is also a little douche when it comes to that sort of thing.
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05:57:37  <dmex>that it is
05:57:57  <dmex>one thing with partitions, you can't be sure where they are created
05:58:18  <dmex>you'll need something like gparted to ensure it's at the disk end
05:58:22  <dmex>well actually
05:58:33  <bob>how so? last i created a partition i could quite easily select the exact sector it starts at
05:58:39  <dmex>yeah
05:58:42  <dmex>I forgot about that
05:59:02  * dmexdoesn't create partitions these days :P
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14:20:46  <mgdm>has anyone here heard of a gadget called leakdiag.exe?
14:20:59  <mgdm>and some tool that can graph its output?
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14:27:46  <mgdm>I've found a link to ftp.microsoft.com to obtainit, but it's asking for a username I don't have
14:28:48  <auroraeosrose>http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=26798 - this be better now?
14:29:37  <mgdm>I'll give it a go, ta
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18:05:35  <dmex>FearTheCowboy: ping
18:05:46  <FearTheCowboy>howdy
18:05:54  <dmex>How would you report typo's in Windows?
18:06:12  <FearTheCowboy>Via the connect.microsoft.com site
18:06:26  <dmex>Theres no 'Windows' option?
18:07:24  <dmex>"if the application has a know problem"
18:07:29  <FearTheCowboy>hmmm
18:08:31  <FearTheCowboy>I have no idea then.
18:09:20  <dmex>Should I be surprised there's like 20 typos in the group policy editor, since Vista?
18:09:28  <FearTheCowboy>heh-heh
18:09:38  <FearTheCowboy>I don't think that part of the OS gets much love.
18:10:16  <dmex>The admin-fire and forget policy
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18:11:14  <dmex>I remember the fun times of 2k3 applying grp policies to Vista, causing it to crash, with admins not knowing that was the issue.
18:11:50  <dmex>Many of facepalms ensured
18:12:16  <virmitio>good times, good times
18:31:31  <And3r5>Some people report OS bugs under Visual Studio, that only works if the problem is close enough to a function documented in the SDK
18:31:53  <And3r5>meaning, the VS team is nice enough to forward the bug internally
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19:01:46  <dmex>And3r5: I noticed they did with the SDK header bugs I reported
19:03:10  <dmex>Whomever the 'Microsoft Team' it was forwarded to :|
19:03:42  <dmex>You guys might like this: http://blogs.technet.com/b/srd/archive/2012/05/15/introducing-emet-v3.aspx
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19:23:44  <ender`>there's a typo i see every time i install slovenian office 2010
19:24:54  <ender`>there's also a bug in slovenian translation of win7 action center - they translated #NAMEOFLASTPROGRAM# (i assume) placeholder
19:29:51  <ender`>and of course there's the translation of Online in Disk Management, which went from Active which is an ok translation) to On Internet and then In the web: http://eternallybored.org/imgs/misc/online.png
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