Pagefile.sys, no matter how many times you change the Page File settings, is not created.
Sc config afs start= disabled
(Yes there is a space between = and disabled)
Not sure why this happened or how the command helps, just know that it does and move on.
At an Admin Command Prompt:
Powercfg -h off
Done…gone…enjoy the extra space 🙂
After being prompted to update my themes today, all I got in return was a blank white screen with an 500 – Internal Error title.
I resolved my issue by:
- Stopping IIS
- renaming the /wp-content/themes folder to /wp-content/themes_old
- extracting the /wp-content/themes from the original source file from https://wordpress.org/download/
- Starting IIS
If Americans are defined a “Red, White and Blue” based on their flag, then Canadians should be defined as “Red, White and No Blues”
I intend to use this space as a clearing house for notes and links to information I have found useful. Most will be computer related, some won’t. I may not even make all entries public. I may decide to take this information offline as my personal knowledge base. I don’t want to put proprietary information online, but I also don’t want to have to maintain two separate systems.
I have thought about doing this for years. I am not even sure it is worth the time or effort, but I am here, so I guess it must be.
I normally write information down, take a picture of the paper, throw the paper away and then file the image in a folder within dropbox. That is quick and useful to a point, but it eventually creates a huge folder of images which sometimes takes a considerable amount of time to look through. I hope to take advantage of the search, category and tagging which I never did with the images. I suppose it is the “garbage in, garbage out”. If I take the time now, it may benefit me more later.
What to put in first?