If you want to test what your website looks like for people in a different country, you might like to try this:
Use at your own discretion.
The above worked for me, but may not work for all .NET Framework versions and/or ASP.NET versions.
If you install an eml-viewer or maybe just a regular mail client, you can open and read the mails from the folder you specified.
<system.net> <mailSettings> <smtp deliveryMethod="SpecifiedPickupDirectory"> <specifiedPickupDirectory pickupDirectoryLocation="c:\Temp\Mail"/> </smtp> </mailSettings> </system.net>
The type provider 'Microsoft.FSharp.Data.TypeProviders.DesignTime.DataProviders' reported an error: The .NET SDK 4.0 or 4.5 tools could not be found.
Here’s a fun programming language that even (or especially) kids may try:
Here’s another called Scratch:
Resources for teaching kids to code:
My Windows 7 PC would not boot. It turned out some of the boot files were corrupt or missing, and I got a bluescreen during startup:
Also when I tried to fix the problem using automatic recovery I got an error saying “Failed to Save Startup Options”.
Luckily someone else had had the same problem:
1. Open the command prompt from the recovery console.
2. Run: BOOTREC C:\Windows C:
It will create new boot files on your C-drive. The first parameter is your windows folder.
3. If your boot sector is in fact damaged (mine was not) you should probably drill deeper into the Community answer mentioned above and follow the steps.