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SSRS Parameters, Expressions, and Multiple Subscriptions
Hello everyone, for those of us who have used SSRS long enough to know there is no straight forward way to set up multiple subscriptions from one .dtsx (ssrs) report. We can enter expressions within design mode and whatever it is their it will either use the built in expression or a default value, but we cannot enter a new expression on the subscription screen. ~ take for example I need a subscription to run report each Monday for the previous weeks data, in addition to that I also need another subscription to get the previous months data every first of the month. Well, sometimes Monday and the 1st of the month fall on the same day so how can the built in expression we apply in design mode understand to use both...it can't. If Microsoft allowed for us to override parameters values/expression -using- new expressions inside subscription menu, it would be cleaner than having to come up with unnecessary alternatives just to get the same report to run using different dynamic parameter values such as date ranges.
How to personalize your Windows 10
Windows 10 allows you to personalize your PC in cool different ways.
Windows Community interviews Windows enthusiast: Rohit Langde
Windows enthusiast Rohit Langde describes how an introduction to Windows 95 laid the foundation for a career in technology.
KB4586853 is out: fixes the in place upgrade bug
There has been an issue where users, who wanted to repair windows with the in place upgrade option in Windows 10 20H2, will see that there is the only option, Nothing. That means, everything (files, folders, apps...) will be gone. The fix for the bug is out. Please visit these two sites for more info. www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/microsoft/windows-10-20h2-update-fixes-broken-in-place-upgrade-feature/ www.windowslatest.com/2020/12/04/windows-10-nasty-upgrade-flaw-fixed-in-version-20h2 I suggest you to update to the KB4586853 for the fix.
How do you use tablet mode to play mobile games.
I'm still trying to figure it out his to use tablet mode like a regular tablet to play mobile games, and more, I mean it fits a lot ram and and a lot if storage, which its also called tablet mode.
After windows update, Auto repair shows on bootup
so there's an automatic update downloaded on my laptop, specifically the 2020-12 cumulative update for windows 10 version 2004 for x86-based systems (KB4592438). I shut down my laptop, and it was automatically updated. Later i opened the laptop, It shows on boot screen 'Preparing Automatic Repair' i waited and it shows that it failed, i restarted the system but it is still the same (it failed). I searched on the net on the things that i can do, I treied startup repair and some things on Command prompt, yet i didn't work. then I did the system restore thing, waited an hour then my pc booted up fine. once im inside the system, it shows that some apps are not working (its fine cause they are just bloatwares), but the update was prompted again to the laptop. I saw that it was already downloaded again (since i am not pausing updates) and just waiting for computer to restart ('pending restart'). I am now scared to shut down or restart the laptop because i might not be able to fix the problem if it happens again. Can you give me some tips on what to do, is there any problem with this update? UPDATE: I clicked restart and update. The pc restarted, but the windows update is still in there. The same 2020-12 update. I paused now the update (the 7 day option) and shut down the laptop. I hope it will be okay cause i badly need it to work.
Features From Windows 7 Still Exist in Windows 10
Windows 10 includes features from Windows 7 that still exist. They are: - Shake - Peek - Transparent taskbar - Snap - Fading in and out for opening programs - Pinning programs to the taskbar Except: - Flip 3D - Desktop Gadgets - HomeGroup Quickly moving the window back and forth or pressing WINDOWS LOGO + HOME on a program will minimize all open windows. The keyboard shortcut to Peek has changed. Press and hold WINDOWS LOGO + , (comma) to peek through the desktop. Pressing WINDOWS LOGO + TAB opens Task View for virtual desktops, switching between programs, and opening websites from Timeline. Pressing WINDOWS LOGO + LEFT ARROW/RIGHT ARROW or moving a window to the left or right will tile it. You can also do it on another window. You can tile four windows by using Snap now. Moving a window to the top of the screen maximises it. NOTE: Windows 8 and later versions no longer include Desktop Gadgets due to security vulnerabilities. Windows 10 April 2018 Update and later no longer includes HomeGroup. However, you can still share folders with another users by configuring the sharing settings through File Explorer. Or you can access another user's computer from a network to work with folders.
Stay in charge: power settings in Windows 10
Want more out of life? So does your battery. Learn Windows tips on how to stay in charge of your portable device’s power.
Troubleshooting Microsoft Office file opening problems
Understanding how to approach file execution errors and troubleshooting for solutions.
BitLocker and Windows 10 Pro protect your data
Device lost or stolen? Your computer might be in bad hands, but your data stays protected. Discover how to safeguard you and your data using BitLocker and Windows 10 Pro.
Laptop screen size. Recommended resolution (in pixels) 13- to 15-inch standard ratio laptop screen. 1400 × 1050. 13- to 15-inch widescreen laptop screen. 1280 × 800. 17-inch widescreen laptop screen. 1680 × 1050. To get the best color displayed on your LCD monitor, make sure to set it to 32-bit color. This measurement refers to color depth ...
Note: This article is about black or blank screens—you can also troubleshoot a blue screen. We'll look at some things that can cause a black or blank screen: Connection problems with your monitor or screen. Display adapter driver update issues. Issues with recent system updates or installations.
A Screen object that represents the computer's primary screen. Examples This example uses the WorkingArea property of the My.Computer.Screen property to determine the working area of the computer's primary display, and then resizes the form to fill the working area.
Select which content from your screen you wish to share—your entire screen, an application window, or browser tab—then click Share. To include audio from your computer in the recording, select the checkbox Share audio. If you're using macOS Catalina, you may need to set up screen recording permissions in System Preferences.