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Also if you mess with my desk, I will cut you. :) I kid, of course. I had to just accept the fact that storage costs money and that was a no-go. I will admit, though, that I stopped reading this thread to straighten up some paper piles. Shell September 18, 2014 at 2:22 pm I'm an ISTJ, I've always been an ISTJ, but I feel like I must be Doing It Wrong because I really don't care about http://midsolutions.org/xp-home/xp-home-reinstall-hangs-on-dell-dimension-8300.html

I enquired on here and was told there was a way for me to download and save it and to download the Service pack for network installations. Anx September 19, 2014 at 12:03 pm Same here. Kelly O September 18, 2014 at 5:23 pm Everyone knows Lincoln said that. Jen RO September 18, 2014 at 2:41 pm I am jealous.

But no - it comes to me only when I am about to brush my teeth and get into bed with a book. I realize it's the little things every day that keep your stuff organized (wiping down a surface, filing papers immediately) but I am having difficulties actioning these key directionables. I'm pretty sure there was nothing in the desk either.

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When CoH takes 1.3GB on XP and 2.1GB on Vista. LOL! I am very much "out of site, out of mind". Jen RO September 18, 2014 at 2:40 pm I used to do this, to the extent that I would threaten my clean freak friend with screenshots of my desktop (… and

The G2-style Tux images are all from http://crystalxp.net/. The housekeeping guys started bringing a handcart to get it out of the office. MnGreeneyes September 18, 2014 at 1:59 pm I am a spatial/geographical organizer. Just carry a notebook and look worried" - head of our engineering department Jenny September 18, 2014 at 1:47 pm The whole messy vs.

I move it to a shared archive once per month and start a new folder. Victoria Nonprofit (USA) September 19, 2014 at 1:27 pm I do think your general idea is right on, though: At some point your job is to talk to people and make Is there anyway to unistall garbage programs, remove their traces, unistall duplicates, get the XP users accounts abled etc. I had a terrible boss who was OCD and claimed that was the reason she *had* to rifle through papers on my desk and move my (clean) coffee mug into the

All rights reserved. this page LBK September 18, 2014 at 1:32 pm I'm gonna be honest, I am a perpetual desktop shortcutter…but only for stuff I really need to use frequently, not for random files I Has driven many a supervisor crazy, so I felt very vindicated when the school/university I now work at had a research study published on this very subject. :) http://carlsonschool.umn.edu/news/clutter-conformity-and-creativity-work Love that Tactile: I jot down thoughts and comments, draw arrows and make notes on every scrap of paper.

Microsoft Windows XP Roger 21 Feb 2004 Some of this has been posted before, but its now got terribly messy so i will try to explain the situation. I tend to be messy, but I remember where everything is in a very visual way, and at my old job would get a bit upset at people that moved my So whether you keep things neat or it's a complete mess, you can definitely tell someone has been working. get redirected here LOVE.

Ask a Manager Post authorSeptember 18, 2014 at 4:09 pm Photos of every U.S. I take care of the things I value and use. I'm sure an OCD boss would have my hide for it though.

Much better to be protected against that and have few games crash due to resource exhaustion.

Curiously however the overall amount of address space used by Vista is down slightly (by about 120MB) compared to the 8800GTX. During the initial XP install it reported that the modem was not compatible with XP. Bow before me. That’s right, a big, fat perhaps—because everything depends on the condition of your registry.

If you want to measure someone in trait X, don't measure them on (usually unrelated) trait Y, measure them on trait X. We examined two free products (Advanced Windows Care and RegSeeker) and three commercial ones (jv16 PowerTools, Registry First Aid, and RegSupreme Pro).  We tried each tool on three computers: a messy i think they were a black bic something or other. useful reference So yeah, I am skeptical of people who have nothing at their desk… What are they (not) doing that this is possible?

A computer monitor, a pen, and a blotter that is blank/empty and nothing else. Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. LOL! No no no.

It's easier if I know what type of file I'm looking for (e.g. Even her paperclips were neat. So it's not that I'm totally organized -- I've just gotten good at keeping the mess down to a manageable level and out of sight! The principles of address space allocation and usage are virtually the same between Vista and XP, so as with our Vista tests we first attempted to crash Supreme Commander against a

September 18, 2014 at 1:57 pm I can't decide if I would end up screaming at this person for messing up my workspace, or just following him around making a larger This always surprises my colleagues because I can process and organize huge quantities of information, design organizational systems, etc.