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  1. Does anyone know of any cross-platform apps for budgeting (mainly expense tracking) that will sync between my windows 8 tablet and my wife's iPhone? I've seen a bunch of grocery apps out there that will accomplish something similar, however none for budgeting yet. I also don't want it web based like Mint.
  2. When I launch Windows (7) I get an erroneous error message on my desktop that says ‘Driver has failed to load. This program will not continue’ but there is no indication as to which program it is referring to I haven't noticed a difference in any of the programmes I normally run Does anyone know what the message might refer to or how I could find out?
  3. I always use my windows in the maximised position but quite often they will launch in the half open (restore down) position. They will even change whilst I’m using other application windows; when I scroll back they are half open instead of fully open, as I left them I have tried dragging a half sized window up to the (computer’s) top left hand corner then dragging its opposite corner diagonally into the bottom right, as instructed by Windows but the technique doesn’t last long Does anyone know how to keep windows in full size?
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