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After much research I finally was able to restore indexing in my Windows 10. The message I received was about error 3 mentioning that the system was not able to find the specified path. Tried several "recipes" with no success and was almost performing a refresh install, then I found your comment about the index pointing to a non-existent drive. In my case, ...


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This was answered on their github page: Since you're using double quotes, you're only escaping the dollar sign from the shell. By the time ag sees it, it is an unescaped dollar sign and therefore interpreted as end of line. Try single quotes or proper escaping: $ ag '\$timeout' $ ag "\\\$timeout" The reason grep is not affected, is ...


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I just had tried to use /\<*> to search literally * sign in vim, obviously it also counted space in the list. here is the possible way to do it in a Very Nomagic way, /\v* for for more detail :help \V


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If you need a different method you can use sumproduct like the following: =SUMPRODUCT((B3:B9="Food")*(C3:C9="Groceries")*D3:D9) Where B3:B9="Food" will give 1 if True Also C3:C9="Groceries" will give 1 if True And Sumproduct will add the products 1*1*values in 2015 To compare Index/Match vs Sumifs click Here


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Try using Beyond Australis. This addon can change the results displayed in the Firefox Awesomebar. recent history, your bookmarks, other open tabs, searches the web using your favorite search engine and can even show you suggestions to search for. If it's incompatible, use this.


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As of April 28th 2016, all web searches in Cortana will open in Edge and use Bing as the search engine regardless of any defaults you have set. These options have been hard-coded into Cortana, and as far as I know, there are no ways around this without using a 3rd party application to redirect the requests. "Starting today, to ensure we can deliver the ...


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Try this: Open the Start menu and click "Settings". On the "System" screen, click "Default apps" in the list of items on the left. Scroll down to the "Web Browser" section and click on "Microsoft Edge" (by default it is set to Microsoft Edge) and choose from the Default Browser Options you get after clicking. Now, you can set your Default Web Browser ...


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Deleting Bing through the Add-Ons is not possible in 8.0. All options to remove/disable are greyed out. The default selection is disabled by MS, and will allow no other provider to be selected. The idea of switching from Bing to Google is simply selecting a vile twin - no difference. Selecting from the proferred (yes, that's spelled correctly) list of ...


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type this into your search bar with whatever other criteria you want. received:sunday,saturday outlook search criteria web link outlook search criteria screenshot


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So this is a rather common problem actually. Look for PowerShell in the start menu (it's under accessories in the "All Apps" section). Launch that as administrator and type this in: Get-AppXPackage -AllUsers | Foreach {Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register "$($_.InstallLocation)\AppXManifest.xml"} It may spit out an error at the end, but that ...


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(DO NOT INDEX ENCRYPTION. THIS METHOD WORKS FOR WIN 7 64 BIT) Under no circumstance enable indexing of encryption. (Indexing Encryption will allow anyone who uses your computer to get passwords and personal information. Plus it can screw up the OS!) Go to Indexing > Advanced > File Types, and remove the check for PDF. Press OK > Press Close Uninstall ...


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I'm suggest that you use the "refresh PC" option. All your files will be kept on the disk but any program will get deleted. Write down the programs you have Get a Windows 10 Install CD. It has special features for recovery Language Options and then in the corner "Repair your computer" Troubleshoot > Reset this PC Here's more information https://support....



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