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comment Can I go back to fresh install of Win7 if I don't like Win8 (after upgrade)?
regarding the Virtual Machine, I tried this, using the official Windows 8 Enterprise Trial from MS. It installs and runs, but in order to get it to run fullscreen at full resolution (1080), I needed VirtualBoxGuest additions, and once that was installed the OS was unusuably slow. Without fullscreen, you don't get the mouse niceties events in the corners or edges of the screen.
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comment Setup non-MS email (gmail) in Windows 8 Mail app
Apparently that was it. Need to be signed in with an MS account to do anything with those built in apps, like Mail. That's very disappointing.
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comment Setup non-MS email (gmail) in Windows 8 Mail app
@GrahamWager I'm not sure if it's activated. I am not signed in with an MS account. I went in thinking I would just use gmail from the get go. Maybe an MS account is required? Will try and find out.
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accepted `echo 123 > out.txt` equivalent on windows command line?
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comment `echo 123 > out.txt` equivalent on windows command line?
@TomNewton Basically, I am creating some scripts in TeamCity to be run during a deployment process. I need to basically create a text-file from a script that is then later read in by another script during another process
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comment `echo 123 > out.txt` equivalent on windows command line?
type only works with existing files it seems. In my case, I want to be able to specify the text inline.
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