Here is a one-liner: 1 SELECT COUNT(*) FROM (SELECT DISTINCT table_name FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.TABLES) a
It appears that Google Chrome provides a solution for this, available at this link. Unfortunately, it did not work for me, because all options were already set to Not configured and it still could not update. What I did was navigate to registry at HKLM/Software/Policies/Google and delete the Update folder under that. Restarted Chrome, retried updating and it worked flawlessly.
There are many ways to do this, depending on what you need. In this article I'm going to highlight 2 of them. (1) Function-style conversion (2) Filter-style conversion.
About a week ago Internet Explorer 9 started showing an error on startup on one of our PCs at work. This solution worked perfectly.
Very likely, deleting your shadow copies on guest machine will help. I just disabled shadow copy on C drive and it worked for me on Windows 2008 R2 + SP1.
Here is the command: dism /online /cleanup-image /spsuperseded In my case I was able to reclaim >10GB of disk space on a system drive.
There is one good way to dynamically show/hide items in a ListBox - use a DataView as DataSource. You do not need to manually Add and Remove items from your list. In fact, coding effort is very low with this approach.
Here are the results from CrystalDiskMark 3.0.1 (x64), connected over USB2.0 and USB3.0 respectively. Very diligent with specs, and actually performing better at USB2 than advertised by ADATA. Looks like a good deal for 30$.
Suppose every once in a while in your application you need to have a popup dialog being shown. This dialog is a value picker, nothing more. It shows as many values as your screen can handle. Problem happens when list population takes considerable amount of time, say, 5 seconds. Until then you are completely unsure which size it needs to resize to.
Linearise ControlCollection tree into array of Control - generic extension method, no recursion, LINQ or GetNextControl. See attached project for usage/sample (VB.NET 4.0, Visual Studio 2010).