Stop Internet Explorer’s Vertical Scrollbar From Disappearing

Step 1: Create a file called “NoScrollBarHide.css”
Step 2: Enter this line into the file:
@-ms-viewport{width:auto!important}
Step 3: Save file into a safe location like c:\users (not the desktop)
Step 4: Open the Control Panel
Step 5: Open Internet Options (You may need to change view from Categories)
Step 6: Click the Accessibility button at bottom of the General tab
Step 7: Check mark the option Format documents using my stylesheet
Step 8: Browse and select the file you saved in Step 3
Step 9: Click OK
Step 10: Click OK

Quick / Programmatic Access To Control Panel Applets

Accessibility Options
access.cpl

Add/Remove Programs
appwiz.cpl

Add Hardware Wizard
hdwwiz.cpl

Automatic Updates
wuaucpl.cpl

Bluetooth Properties
bthprops.cpl

Display Properties
desk.cpl

Firewall Properties
firewall.cpl

Game Controllers
joy.cpl

Internet Options
inetcpl.cpl

iSCSI Initiator
iscsicpl.cpl

Java Control Panel
jpicpl32.cpl

Licensing Mode
liccpa.cpl

Mouse Properties
main.cpl

Network Connections
ncpa.cpl

Network Setup Wizard
netsetup.cpl

ODBC Properties
odbccp32.cpl

Power Options
powercfg.cpl

Regional and Language Options
intl.cpl

Sound and Audio Devices
mmsys.cpl

Stored Passwords
keymgr.cpl

System Properties
sysdm.cpl

Telephone and Modem Properties
telephon.cpl

Time and Date Settings
timedate.cpl

User Accounts nusrmgr.cpl

Windows Security Center
wscui.cpl

Wireless Link
irprops.cpl

This is a beginning:

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?