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Most probably you've set startup directory for your tab in Console settings.


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SIMPLE SOLUTION!!!!!!!!!!!!! I used Total Commander to open the photos folder on the phone „DCIM” and managed to copy the photos from there. I tried to used windows explorer but I could see only local disks. Hope this helps!


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Collating the answers above, here is a registry file that works without admin access (tested on Win 7) that will hide: Favourites User Folder Libraries in both Windows Explorer and Open/Save dialogs. Save it and import it in regedit (Start > Run > regedit).


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Dollar signs hide your share - if you rename the share without the dollar sign (right click C: drive > properties > sharing > advanced sharing > share this folder > name it "C" > apply, you can also manage share permissions in this window - keep in mind share permissions are different from ntfs permissions), then it will show up in My Computer (aka Computer) ...


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I solved the problem by uninstalling StartIsBack+. In fact it was still installed but not present in Windows program list, so I used CCleaner.


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If you're still looking for an answer: Go to registry and under HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Wisp\Touch set Bouncing to 0. Source: How to disable window over scroll bump when scrolling with touch screen?


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In Windows Explorer, click Organize -> View -> Show hidden files, folders, and drives (a radio button).


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No, there is no way. The built-in Zip viewer of Windows doesn't allows this. Just use WinRAR or 7zip or simply unzip the file.


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According to this discussion, this issue seems to be related to remnants of an old Microsoft Office 2010 installation. http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/256250-random-empty-folder-keeps-appearing-desktop.html The fix suggests searching the registry for 138508BC-1E03-49EA-9C8F-EA9E1D05D65D and remove occurrences.


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There are lots of freeware to do it. My favorite is ContextEdit (freeware, no ads). Other programs can be found at: http://www.thewindowsclub.com/remove-click-context-menu-items-editors


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This difference is caused because one tool counts only file sizes, and the other counts real space occupied by these files and directories. Here you can read about "clusters": https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Data_cluster In short, when you have 4-kilobyte clusters on your system (and you probably have), then even 1-byte file occupies whole cluster, which is ...


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Reset all folder view settings to the default using the following batch file: @echo off :: To reset all folders to default folder views Reg Delete "HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\Shell\BagMRU" /F Reg Delete "HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\Shell\Bags" /F Reg Delete "HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\ShellNoRoam\Bags" /F Reg Delete ...


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I faced the same problem so I created a simple AutoHotKey script to solve this problem #IfWinActive, ahk_class CabinetWClass ; Applicable to Windows Explorer Enter:: SendInput {Enter} ; Press the enter Sleep 100 ; Wait while directory is opened IfWinActive, ahk_class ...


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File list is the default selected area just after opening file explorer. Try pressing a letter that matches the first letter in a file or folder name to see the item become selected. Alternately press down arrow to navigate into the file/folder list. First file/folder is skipped when using down arrow after folder is first opened. No file or sub directory ...


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On Windows7, Opus File Manager shows many of the "summary info properties" from CR2008. This [windows-explorer replacement] definitely shows some, but perhaps not all, and the names may be different. Keywords = tags; Author = last saved by. Comments, Subject & Title all work. The extended properties may be saved as "alternative data streams" ADS ...


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You could remove it easily by modifying registry 1)Open notepad 2)Copy the following script and save it as sample.reg [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{031E4825-7B94-4dc3-B131-E946B44C8DD5}] "DescriptionID"=- [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Wow6432Node\CLSID\{031E4825-7B94-4dc3-B131-E946B44C8DD5}] "DescriptionID"=- ...


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I just have a "restart.bat" and type "restart" at the command-line when I want to do this. It is, roughly: @Echo off Echo Killing explorer... taskend /f explorer Echo Wait 3 seconds... sleep 3 Echo Starting explorer... start explorer This assumes you have a "sleep" command to wait 1 second, and assumes "explorer" is in your path. And of course that ...


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Depending on the version of windows, going to this option may be at a slightly different place. What you do is first setup the folderview as you want it to be by default. Then you go to the folder options (getting here is different for every windows version, but usually menu view-> options.) Go to the tab view and press the button Apply to all folders. ...


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If you search for "notifications" in your start screen, you will find the notifications settings page. Here you can turn off the notifications altogether or for specific apps. As the other answer says, this is an internal Windows function and the IP address belongs to Microsoft. Whilst you could indeed block all outbound access to that address, I think you ...


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You can have as many subfolders as you want, but there is a limit of 50 parent folders. Source What’s this "50 Folder” limit to Windows 7’s libraries? Q: On page 79 of Windows 7 For Dummies, you say you can add “as many folders to a library as you want.” But Windows 7’s Help and Support files Libraries FAQ says you can only add “up to 50 ...


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50 locations inside a library is the limit. http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/libraries-faq#1TC=windows-7 It is listed under the "How do I create or change a library" heading.


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There are a number of Windows products that support feature-limiting for kiosks. Auto-restarting, blocking the task bar, window control, preventing use of Explorer, blocking special keystrokes, etc. I've used SiteKiosk in the past, but it's been a while, so I don't know whether it's been surpassed since then. Some possibly useful links: ...


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You can try System Restore if you need IE that bad. The system settings are saved after each update, usually. You could then try to figure out which specific update caused a problem and research that or don't install it. It would be simpler to try one of the browsers commented above.


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I have a ruby command line script that does batch file renaming. It happened to handle your request nicely: bren *.jpg -o "(\d+)/n" You can find the script at: bren.rb Note: I have setup my computer in such a way that I can invoke the script by it's name, which is most likely not the case on your computer. In that case, just invoke the script like this: ...


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I can't comment yet but here is some information. You can have Windows 7 sort numerically. I doubt there is a way to sort by the end of the filename though, that isn't standard anywhere and doesn't seem practical in most situations.


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This behaviour is caused by the having the long data format set to Day of the Week instead of Day. See below for instructions on changing this. Source Windows 7 Annoyance: File Properties Go to Control Panel > Region and Language > Additional Settings > Date Change the “Long date” format to “ddd, MMMM dd, yyyy” (remove one of the ‘d’). ...


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FINAL UPDATE, FOR NOW A safe mode boot and deletion of lanenpat.dll seems to have fixed it, for now. I'm running sfc as I type this to see if I messed up something, and will update if something else went wrong.


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you can also try this: open the command prompt with administrative rights windows key -> type 'cmd' -> right click 'command prompt' and choose 'run as administrator' then type taskkill /f /im dwm.exe Windows 8 Restart Desktop Window Manager


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If all those folders are under C:\Source folder then run the following batch file from C:\Source folder itself: @echo off set dest=D:\Target folder for /f "tokens=1,2 delims=()" %%d in ('dir /ad /b') do ( if %%e gtr 1900 ( if %%e lss 2000 ( if not exist "%dest%\%%d(%%e)\" md "%dest%\%%d(%%e)" robocopy "%%d(%%e)" ...


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Here is one sample way to do this (assuming all directories are on one level) find . -type d -name "fold*" -maxdepth 1|awk -F'[()]' '{if ($2 > 1900 && $2 < 2000) print $0}' If you want to execute it under Windows OS the samples way is to use some cygwin environment (also mobaxterm work fine) and to run it in terminal. Unfortunately my ...


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The terms to look for are associate CompressedFolder An equivalent question was asked in Can you configure Windows to open JAR files like ZIP files without a 3rd party tool?, using this command for .jar files: assoc .jar=CompressedFolder from the command-line, using elevated privileges since it updates the registry. You could use the same method for ...


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you need to find out what app / program is accessing /AppData and close it til its been encrypted/decrypted as the case may be ..... process or task manager are likely easiest /fastest ways to determine that if not obvious..


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In the top left of a Explorer window click Organize Click Folder and search options on the drop-down menu On the View tab select Don't show hidden files, folders, and drives On the Search tab click Restore Defaults Click OK


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From Default List-View Message Processing in the Windows SDK. Message Processing The following table describes the window message processing performed by a list-view control. Message Processing performed WM_CHAR Searches for a list-view item that begins with the specified character and, if the item is found, selects and sets the focus to ...


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To add/remove a folder from Quick access: Batch file to remove OneDrive from the left navigation pane: REG ADD "HKCR\CLSID\{018D5C66-4533-4307-9B53-224DE2ED1FE6}\ShellFolder" /V Attributes /T REG_DWORD /D 4035969101 /F taskkill /f /im explorer.exe start explorer.exe Batch file to re-add OneDrive to the left navigation pane: REG ADD ...


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I believe this answers the question. I made a function from that post. It might come in handy for someone: Function New-Shortcut { Param( $TargetPath, $Name ) $WshShell = New-Object -comObject WScript.Shell $Shortcut = $WshShell.CreateShortcut("$env:USERPROFILE\Links\$Name.lnk") $Shortcut.TargetPath = $TargetPath $Shortcut.Save() } ...


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According to the Application Verifier enabled dumps, the Adobe DLL C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Technical Communication Suite 2\Adobe RoboSource Control 3.1\NGMenu.dll tries to free memory twice, which is invalid and this causes the crash: APPLICATION_VERIFIER_HEAPS_DOUBLE_FREE (7) Heap block already freed. This situation happens if the block is freed ...


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Have a look at this Windows support page: Arrange, sort, or group your files Right click inside the folder, select Group by and select (None). Result:


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Answer : Command line : If you are doing this from the machine with running ftp : ftp 127.0.0.1, enter user name, enter password, 'pwd' for current directory, 'cd ..' will take you back a directory. Explorer : ftp://user@pass:127.0.0.1 explorer is not as useful as most other ftp interfaces. You will have to make sure that you specify that the user is ...



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