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Move files to directory instead of recycle bin

I want all deleted files (with DEL-key or context menu > delete) not to be moved to the Recycle Bin but to another directory (like "Deleted Files" for instance), thus changing the default behavior of ...
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How do I prevent my cursor from changing fields when loading websites?

I often start typing into a text field on a website before the website has loaded completely, for example to log into Gmail while the login screen is loading, to log into my banking website, etc. ...
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Firefox location bar search: odd behaviour with Comodo firewall

I recently installed Comodo firewall, and it changed the behaviour of my Firefox location bar. I used to type something there and it either redirected me to a google search page or it actually ...
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How can I emulate windows mouse behaviour in Ubuntu?

I've been using Windows for years and now I'm using Ubuntu's newest version (12.04.1) for desktop. Now this is all a matter of opinion, but is there a way to make the mouse pointer behave like on a ...
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Whats wrong with my keyboard?

I have a new kind of weird problem with my laptops keyboard. To be precise with the shift key. Lately the both Shift-Keys doesn't just make the letters upper case, they also took role of the 2 and ...
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tar --remove-files behavior: delete after every file or after completion?

Pretty much in the title. I have a box with very little disk space left and lots of data. I want to add all of the files into a tar, deleting them as I go because there is clearly not enough space to ...
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Notification area Windows 7: The missing option?

The settings for the notification area in Windows 7 have three options: Show icon and notifications Hide icon and notifications Only show notifications Well here is my problem. I have a ...
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Desktop bios “After Power Failure” setting behavior

I know what the bios setting does but I have seen 2 different behaviors when this "After Power Failure" setting is set to "power on" Here are my main questions, does the bios know if the PC was ...