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SuperSorter is a nice Chrome extension that seems to do the job. It's still in beta, but the removal of duplicates seems to work just fine.


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Have a look at these articles (at your own risk): How to Detect and Delete Broken Bookmarks From Your Browser using AM Deadlink Scan, Delete Duplicate Bookmarks in Chrome with Bookmark Sentry


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Download the iPhone Configuration Utility from Apple. Quick and easy and now iTunes and xCode can see my iPhone again!


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I have all such scripts in ~/bin which also is a svn working for all the scripts I frequently use on multiple computers. It also contains parts of my zsh configuration like aliases and environmental variables.


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From the iPhone Touch User Guide available here 1. Touch and hold any Home Screen icon until the icons begin to wiggle 2. Arrange the icons by dragging them 3. Press the home button to save the configuration Look under the Customizing the Home Screen section. To remove an application: 1. Touch and hold any Home Screen icon until the icons begin to ...


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Microsoft OneNote UPDATE All Microsoft Office version contains OneNote And good and cheap is Evernote - Dillie-O mentioned


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I keep mine in 5 spindles: OS discs Game discs for which I don't have an ISO Drivers and other software I actually bought Blank CDs Blank DVDs No other discs are neccessary. Ever. I await your downvotes.


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Recoll (Ubuntu: recoll ) is a PDF (and other document) indexing tool. I'm not sure if that's what you're after: it's about searching, not about organizing — but if you have searching the filesystem may be enough organization. I don't know if it integrates with OCR software.


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I hope you might like to check the Bassita's Image renaming software. It provides various criteria too. Also, you might look at Bulk renaming. You can also look for similar type of utility softwares at download


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Visio is the best one i have used, its what its built to do tbh. You can get additonal add-ons and templates


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I also like and am a fan of Irfanview, it has a batch rename with clever replacing and inserting of image tags into the new filename, including EXIF tags and other camera-specific values.


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I have a ~code directory, with a subdirectory for every language I use, and in my .bashrc I have an instruction to source every one of them to my $PATH. For example: dsm@localhost:~ $ cat .bashrc ... export PATH="$( find /home/dsm/code -mindepth 1 -maxdepth 1 -type d -print\ | perl -ne 'chomp; print"${_}:";' )${PATH}" ; ... dsm@localhost:~ $


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I have never really used a good system other than just a very neat shelf. (and it is the only thing neat here!) However, I remember seeing an automatic organising system a while ago which I was rather impressed by the Imation Disk Stakka- That being said, the software let it down a bit, You can find similar versions on Amazon that are stand alone units ...


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I don't use tagging. I use search. A good search engine built right into Windows since Vista, and it has rarely failed me.


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Vista has some support - Tag files and save searches in Windows Vista TaggedFrog for XP - Add tags to files in Windows XP using TaggedFrog Tagging files in Windows XP (and why you’ll ditch Google Desktop) Interestingly, none of these are my methods. I use locate32.exe if I have to find files. Gave up on windows indexing a long time back. I might even do a ...


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Press and hold your finger on any icon, until it starts to jiggle. Then you can get rid of any item by tapping the “X” or re-arrange them by dragging them around. You can drag them to other pages by dragging them to the edge of the screen. When you're finished moving items around, hit the Home button to exit "jiggling mode".


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With iTunes 9, you can additionally manage the order of the apps in iTunes and then synch your iPod Touch.


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I think Evernote might be an answer to your question .) You can use it on Mac, Windows, Web or mobile (iPhone) platforms.


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Much like everyone else here, I go with ~/bin for most scripts, and leave project specific things under ~/projects/whatever.


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Where Is It? has always been my choice - nice catalogue-like program, good search capabilities. Unless you're managing thousands of discs, it will in most likeliness, do the job fine. One downside is it's not free.


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There's no standard way to tag MP3's, but if you're willing to put in the effort, you can use Tag & Rename to update songs with tags in the comments section and then you can search for mp3's with comments that contain the tags, depending on what player you use. This could be an ideal compromise if you use a single music player (iTunes, Winamp), but may ...


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I do free-form tagging a la Picasa or Flickr on my MP3s using a few fields. For mood specifically, ID3 does support a mood field. This field needs to be supported by your media player though. MediaMonkey supports this field. MediaMonkey also supports the "occasion" field. For other free-form, unstructured tags, the "grouping" and "comments" fields work well. ...


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Bookmark Sentry and Super Sorter both do work, BUT the chrome bookmarks API gives them a quota for changes and as of july 2012, neither extension catches the errors when they exceed their quota for deleting duplicate (or reordering in the case of super sorter) bookmarks. You can let super sorter run in the background (enable auto mode) and it will do a ...


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As a developer I find versioning is essential. I use svn - its free, powerful and not too hard for beginners to get their heads around. You could install an svn server and tortoisesvn on your local pc, then just right click on the folder, add it to svn then commit your changes. There are lots of free online storage solutions - Skydrive, ubuntu one, dropbox, ...


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You can install your own SVN server with sliksvn in about 3clicks (note they sell online hosting but also supply a free local server binary for windows) Then tortoiseSVN intergrates checkin with explorer right click. For super paranoia have the SVN repository in dropbox, or mozybackup


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Whenever I download software, patches, plugins, etc, that I plan to keep for possible future use, I rename the files to something meaningful. Downloads often have weird names, and software installers in particular can have generic names. I don't replace the original filename, but I add text to its beginning: the application name, along with any important ...


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I have used two approaches 1) Write a perl script to rename, use Picasa to organise. 2) Stop worrying about filenames, use Picasa to organise into folders named by date See also How do you manage your personal photos in Windows? EDIT Here's why I thought Picasa might be useful. Rename (documents scanned as) JPEG images : in Picasa, select a group ...


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Why not whip up a script in ColdFusion to do it? You run it locally right? Something like this: cfdirectory to get a list of directories starting at your /images/ folder (or whatever you call it) Loop over that list looking for files filtering for images Loop over that list, grabbing the file's date. In your /newimages/ (or whatever) dir, if directory ...



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