Reset Always Ask Before Opening This Type Of File Check Box in Vista IE » My Digital Life
[I]f you untick or unselect the checkbox of “Always ask before opening this type of file” option before clicking on save or open the downloaded files, the next time you attempt to download a file with same file type or extension IE will automatically start to download and then perform the selected action (either save or open) when finished. […]
In Windows Vista running IE7 […] there is no longer an option to reset or change this behavior to the normal default again through the usual GUI.
Whose bright idea was this!?
I was searching Google to figure out where the hell in the menus they’d moved this option, because I sure as hell couldn’t find it. I didn’t expect that they’d have gotten rid of it completely!
PS to the people who will inevitably show up here looking for the solution to the problem… Click the link above. Bleah.
Dreamweaver 8 crashes on some Vista systems while browsing for files
Yes it does.
This is pissing me the fuck off.
Forgot yet again that it was bound to happen eventually, lost me all sorts of edits.
Yeah, dipshit. That’s because I closed it. Vista, you were an idiot when I first installed you, and you only seem to be getting worse. Why am I still using you? I have a perfectly good Ubuntu partition.
(On a partition, mind you — I don’t trust this shit)
User Account Control = off. Off, off, fucking OFF.
Why would anyone release an operating system that makes me want to throttle it and those responsible for its existence within thirty seconds?
Bullshit pseudo-sudo crap. Candice smash!
Since when did Winamp on shuffle, but not on repeat, play the same track more than once. I always believed that it would play each track once, and stop. I’m almost sure that I remember the program behaving this way. Well, if it never did, it should. And if it did, but doesn’t anymore, well that’s silly.