Sunday, November 11, 2012
Tuesday, June 5, 2012
UPDATE: Skype has released a hot fix for these issues so instead of following these steps please re-install/update the latest version of Skype.Fix high CPU usage:
Fix login issue:
Fix login issue:
- Stop Skype (it doesn't stop all the way in Win8 RP so kill it using Task Manager/Process Explorer)
- Go to C:\Users\YourUserName
- Delete the following folders and files
- Run Process Explorer
- Find Skype from the running processes
- Double click the Skype.exe process
- Go to Threads tab (click ok on the warring, it only shows up once)
- Sort the running threads by CPU usage and kill the one that is consuming highest CPU resource
- Skype will be still running but it will consume less CPU resource than before
Wednesday, January 11, 2012
- Go to Start > run > gpmc.msc
- Go to "Forest">"Domains" then expand the default domain
- Right-click and edit the "Default Domain Policy". This will open a new window with title "Group Policy Management Editor"
- On the "Group Policy Management Editor"
go to "Computer Configuration">"Polices">"Windows Settings">"Security Settings">"Account Policies">"Password Policy"
- Now modify the password complexity requirements setting.
- You have to then run "gpupdate" to propagate the changes.
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