Windows Vista Login Problems
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2.50: WebView2 browser based on Edge WebView2 control 2.50: Strato HiDrive 2.50: Google drive: Support links, show Computers (if they contain the word "computer") 2.40: Fixed login problems to Microsoft Datalake Store 2.30: OneDrive for Business: Login was no longer possible 2.20: Google Drive: Downloads no longer worked because of an invalid parameter 2.10: Google Drive: Subfolder to list available shared drives (former team drives) 2.10: Option in settings to limit upload speed to x kBytes/s, to handle Windows 10 bug where the file is only uploaded when the progress bar reaches 99% 2.00: Option to login with external browser installed on PC 1.11: Trying to move a folder from a Dropbox account to any other account (which doesn't work) would delete the folder. If this happened to you, login to www.dropbox.com and go to "Files" -> "Deleted files" to get them back 1.10: OneDrive for Business and Azure Datalake Store support added 1.09: Dropbox: Support new functions, the old will be disabled in June 2017 1.08: OneDrive: Suppress script errors, use client_updated_time field 1.07: Google Drive: Access files shared by other users 1.07: Google Drive: Download documents from Google Docs, converter to docx, pdf 1.06: Google Drive: Timestamp lost when renaming/remote copying files 1.05: OneDrive+Yandex: Problems with accents+non-latin characters 1.04: Copy/Move files to different directories within the same account 1.03: Upload to OneDrive: Couldn't overwrite files 1.02: File timestamp was wrong after uploading to Google Drive 1.01: Copy properties of file to clipboard (e.g. for URLs)
Notes: - Reportedly, some older residential NAT routers with a SPI firewall may have problems with enabled tcp auto-tuning in it's "normal" state, resulting in slow speeds, packet loss, reduced network performance in general.- auto-tuning also causes problems with really old routers that do not support TCP Windows scaling. See MSKB 935400- netsh set commands take effect immediately after executing, there is no need to reboot.- sometimes when using "normal" mode and long lasting connections (p2p software / torrents), tcp windows can get very large and consume too much resources, if you're experiencing problems try a more conservative (restricted) setting.
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