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Windows Search is constantly indexing Outlook e-mails so your search results are up to date. If you run it once a night, then all your e-mails from the last index will not appear in search results. If you subscribe to Office 365, unindexed e-mails will be searched on the server and presented to you, but with some delay. Some suggestions to minimize the ...


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Try using find. find folder/ -d 1 -name '*abc' folder/: Path to search -d 1: Only search one level down. This prevents it from searching all subdirectories below the folder you're looking for. Remove this if you want that behavior. -name '*abc': The pattern to search for. More information can be gotten with man find.


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I'm assuming that you don't care about whitespace, because in fact your Changelist: 808273 records are different (select text to see difference): First one: CodeReview: Result: one space after the colon Second one: CodeReview: Result: two spaces after the colon Here is the PowerShell script that will remove duplicates from your data: # Setup ...


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To search for a singular WORD or TEXT STRING among the contents of a specific email in MS Outlook 2010: Open the email On the ribbon menu at the top of the email you will find an icon that looks like a little pair of binoculars with the word "Find" just to the right of it. Click that "Find" icon and a small, wonderfully useful window entitled "Find and ...


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I don't think you can do so trivially, because I don't think Windows 7 'knows about' file bitrates in it's meta data. So you'll have to 'do it yourself'. I'd take the approach: get Perl (ActiveState do one, there are others) Install MP3::Info module (cpan install MP3::Info). It'll ask a few questions, just accept defaults. Run a perl script to do it: ...


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Have you tried Windows Desktop Search? It's free and surprisingly not bloated for a Microsoft product.


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(Assuming Windows 7): By default that dialog opens to Libraries -> Documents, so if your file isn't somewhere within that folder (or it's sub-folders) it's not going to find it. When you open Explorer, by default it points at "Libraries", so it has a wider search scope (by default).


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You could use the REPL.BAT script to do this. Just save it and run it like this: type testlog.txt|repl.bat "#\d\d?$" "#15" If you only wanted to replace a certain number then you just need a slight modification: type testlog.txt|repl.bat "#10$" "#15" If you want even more control over how things are replaced then you could use another script for ...


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Currently, a workaround is to use backslashes \ instead of forward slashes / in the path. For example, in the address bar, instead of entering /etc/hosts or /Windows/System32/Drivers/etc/hosts search for \etc\hosts or \Windows\System32\Drivers\etc\hosts. This works even when referring to file systems (such as those found on OS X and Linux) that use forward ...


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Using only internal DIR command: DIR /S /A:L > JunctionList.txt This will produce nicely formatted file with all junctions in current directory and subdirectories, organized by folder.


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Perhaps this short terminal command will help: while true; do clear; egrep -rhn 'TODO|FIXME' .; sleep 5; done To explain, the while loop will re-run the given commands and then sleep for 5 seconds and clear refreshes the screen before executing again. egrep searches with the provided RegEx through files -r recursively in the . current directory, -h ...


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This add-on supports the current Firefox: Search Selected Shortcuts Alt + s: Google search the selected text Alt + q: Google search the selected text, but also put them in Double Quotes. E.g. you've selected, say, theory of everything, then it will do a search of "theory of everything" Alt + c: Google search the selected text, but only search in the ...


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Another option is http://fetching.io which is more active than recall monkey.


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Go to Tool > Internet options. In the Generals window look for Tabs and open it. Then look for When a new tab is opened and change it to your first Homepage.



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