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This problem has occurred since version 9 on one of my two computers, but only when I disabled the external monitor and used the laptop's LCD. Normally I extend the desktop across the external monitor (1920x1200, main display having the Windows taskbar) and the laptop LCD (1920x1080). In the dual-monitor configuration there is no problem. Today I installed ...

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This is not an answer. I can't give one as I have no access to Windows. However, it describes an experiment that I think might cast some light on how each of your options is affecting the rendering of a slider. When I run into a problem with the space allocated to a control, I find it useful to experiment with variations that have a frame drawn around each ...

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From this answer: mathematica start front end and eval notebook from command line This runs a .m file called first.m cd C:\Program Files\Wolfram Research\Mathematica\7.0 MathKernel -noprompt -initfile firstgo.m The answer also shows how to run it from a batch file which can be run by Windows Scheduler. Additionally calling the front end as the example ...

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See FileDate FileDate["file","type"] gives information on the specified type of date associated with a file. Global System Information will unveil more details.

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This bug has been fixed as of version 10.0.2. See also these other questions: (58799), (60408), (72750) and (90054).

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Go to Preferences -> Messages and choose the desired option for Kernel Messages.

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This looks very weird indeed. Here's my theory on what happens. First, what is ?something equivalent to exactly? It's the same as Information["something", LongForm -> False] Note that I wrote "something" in quotes. This is not exactly the same as Information[something] (without quotes). ? is one of those operators that, when appearing at the ...

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Information has an option LongForm. ?... is equivalent to Information[..., LongForm -> False] ??... is equivalent to Information[..., LongForm -> True]

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This works for running scripts. Print is not supported although the last return value defaults to the stdout. Needs["NETLink"]; InstallNET[]; ShowNETConsole["stdout"]; LoadNETType["System.Console"]; ConsoleOut@WriteLine["Hello from .NET"]; WatchFile[file_String, fun_] := Module[{time, time2, w, e}, w = NETNew["System.IO.FileSystemWatcher"]; ...

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I upgraded three machines from Windows 7 to Windows 10, two of which were work machines containing installations of Mathematica 10.x (and earlier). So far I have encountered zero issues related to Mathematica with this Windows upgrade. From a personal perspective, upgrading to Windows 10 was very simple. Also the QA team for Mathematica did a full test of ...

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