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Archive for March 9th, 2018

Alan Cox on G+: fonts that fit an 8×8 bitmap format but are variable width…

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/03/09

[WayBack] So here’s a questionDoes anyone know of any free fonts that fit an 8×8 bitmap format but are variable width. It’s pretty much going to have to be bitmap… – Alan Cox – Google+

[WayBackDamien Guard posted one: [WayBackhttps://damieng.com/special/MrCox.bdf

Hopefully there will be others.

–jeroen

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What is Swapfile.sys and How Do You Delete It?

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/03/09

Windows 10 (and 8) include a new virtual memory file named swapfile.sys. It’s stored in your system drive, along with the pagefile.sys and hiberfil.sys. But why does Windows need both a swap file and a page file?

In summary, the swapfile — swapfile.sys — is currently used for swapping out Microsoft’s new style of app. Microsoft has called these universal apps, Windows Store apps, Metro apps, Modern apps, Windows 8 apps, Windows 8-style UI apps, and other things at various points.

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