I cannot believe that I went years without knowing about this one.
When you are working inside Command Prompt, if you type the first letter of a file or folder that exists in the directory where you are working and then press the Tab key, it will auto-populate the rest of the filename.
The truth is that no one can guarantee you that Microsoft Word isn’t a virus either, there is no way to be %100 sure that a certain program doesn’t inject some malicious code, you just need to learn to develop and trust your feelings whats right and whats wrong, I personally wouldn’t worry much installing Bluestacks.
I am having a hard time believing that a change in a registry key will work, I might be wrong but as far as I know even if you install a new Win 10 OS on a S PC it will automatically be locked in S mode.
I always use @media for those.
the Emmet Re:view chrome extension is useful to see how you page changes as the screen width changes (use the Breakpoints view) and set the height of the div to change as necessary for different widths with @medias.
I’m not actually a developer (just know some HTML and CSS) so there may be other more standard solutions, I have no idea. But this should work fine.
@Volvo I know they have an option to set different filtration levels setup to the Windows users, so you should be able to block all traffic from the store for one user and leave it open for the others.
I think that trying to troubleshoot network issues though connecting to a VM network in order to get a glimpse of the Network map is far fetched, I would suggest looking up some useful commands that will spare you a lot of wasted time and energy tracert, netstat, nbtstat and so on.