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Yes, it is possible: Go to the Start Menu, search for Region and Language and open it. Click Additional Settings Go to the Date tab Change the Short date to dddd dd/mm/yyyy. A human would read that as Day of week day/month/year Note: This will also change the Date Modified column when viewing files in Windows Explorer.
That feature is called "Aero Peak", and you can disable it. In Windows 8: just hit Win+W and write in the search visual effects and uncheck Aero Peek or Hit Win+X. Choose System. In the left pane, click on the Advanced system settings link. On the Advanced tab, click on the Settings button under Performance. On the *Visual Effects" tab, in the Custom ...
The registry way Open an elevated command prompt. Type or paste the following command, and press Enter to run it: reg add "HKLM\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\Explorer" /v "NoPinningToTaskbar" /t REG_DWORD /d 1 /f Log off and log back on. Using the Group Policy Editor Only for Professional/Pro or higher editions. Press Win+R, type or paste ...
I have used the -vm setting in eclipse.ini in past versions, but it did not solve the issue here. Pinning to the Task Bar directly seemed to leave me with a duplicate icon once Luna finished initializing. FWIW, I seem to have hacked into a correction. First I right-clicked eclipse.exe and Pinned to the Start Menu. Then after starting Luna from Start, I ...
The shortcuts for pinned items can be found in: %AppData%\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch\User Pinned\TaskBar You should be able to open that folder in Windows Explorer and rename them from there. The icons pinned to the taskbar are just the shortcuts that are found in this folder. You can just modify the exisitng shortcuts, without deleting ...
First you need to unpin the icon from the taskbar. Now rename the shortcut and after that pin it again to the taskbar. Now when you hover you will see the new text, the one you named your shortcut.
I was just doing this in Windows 8.1 and thought I'd add an answer to show the differences in that OS: Right Click on the taskbar and go into properties. Go to the Jump Lists tab. Change the number of recent items to display in Jump Lists to a suitable number, the maximum is 60: Click OK The recent items and pinned items share the space, so the number ...
I found restarting explorer fixed this issue for me. In command prompt: taskkill /f /im explorer.exe start explorer.exe
As we have tried in the comments above setting just about every registry entry that is known to affect icon preview, all without success, the only solutions left are the ones relating to the integrity of Windows itself : Repair Install to fix Windows components without harming installed applications Reinstalling Windows and then installing the applications ...
It's there, but just not visible until clicked. There's no longer a tooltip either, but it still peeks at the desktop hovering over it. However, if this is an actual bug, the current version of Windows should always be supported. You can have Microsoft work with you on the issue here.
You cannot. Windows sets this in the registry as binary data. The only way is to first unpin the documents, then move them, and then pin them again. Theoretically you could move the files and create a directory junction so windows keeps thinking the files are in both places, but I assume you are moving the files to a different location because you don't ...
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