If your XAMPP comes with PHP 5.5+ by default, opcache already included in the bundle, you will just need to enable it. To enable the extension:
Open php.ini (by default it should be located here: C:\xampp\php\php.ini).Add this line at the end of the file: zend_extension = "C:\xampp\php\ext\php_opcache.dll" You will need to adjust the path if you installed XAMPP in non default location.Restart Apache server.
This happened to me, when I change my WSUS source from the default Microsoft website to Internal WSUS server (see the previous post about configuring WSUS here). To solve, do these steps (credit goes to Bsod from Microsoft Answer Forum): Open the Command Prompt. · Click Start, click All Programs, and click Accessories. · Right-click Command Prompt, and select Run as administrator. · Click Continue if prompted to do so.Rename the cache folder. · Type the following, and press Enter after each line: net stop wuauserv ren %systemroot%\SoftwareDistribution SoftwareDistribution.OLD net start wuauserv exitCheck for Windows Update. · Click Start, click All Programs, and select Windows Update. · Click on Check for updates. · Once the search is complete click on View available updates. · Locate the update for the Windows Update Agent, and install only that update. · If it installs successfully proceed with installing the other updates as usual.
Have you ever feel very frustrated because your HD video created using Windows Live Movie Maker has a black border on the sharing result? I did ~.~
Frustrated and felt desperate, I just closed Windows Live Movie Maker, and planed to buy another video editing program. But then, while I browse on internet to search alternative for Windows Live Movie Maker, I realized there is a button in this program to change the aspect ratio!! By default, the aspect ration is 4:3 which is not a widescreen format. That's why my vid came with black edge. I really don't know why Microsoft do something like this while the majority of screen produced right now are widescreen. Probably this is an old program that still come with new Windows?
Anyway, to change the aspect ratio, click on view -> Aspect ratio -> Widescreen (16:9).
So simple as that @_@ The result was not too bad, below you can see the example of editing that I done on Microsoft Live Movie Maker, with 1280x720 HD size.