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Aug
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awarded  Scholar
Aug
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accepted Find newest x subfolders and keep them, while deleting the remaining ones
Aug
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awarded  Student
Aug
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asked Find newest x subfolders and keep them, while deleting the remaining ones
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awarded  Caucus
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awarded  Custodian
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reviewed No Action Needed Notepad++ keyboard shortcut to toggle “Find Result” window
Dec
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comment Inadvertently entered a password into the BIOS and now I can't use my laptop
If you are out of waranty and know what you are doing: open the laptop, remove the bios battery, wait a day, put it back and reassemble your laptop. If you dont know what you are doing or are still in waranty, just call the service. In any case you will lose all your BIOS-Settings
Dec
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awarded  Autobiographer
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awarded  Supporter
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awarded  Editor
Dec
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revised What did computers use for output before monitors?
Added link since "new user restrictions" are removed now by reputation gain.
Dec
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answered How do I change my Chrome language back to English?
Dec
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awarded  Teacher
Dec
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answered What did computers use for output before monitors?
Dec
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comment What is the difference between Local Disk and New Volume?
I switched to linux about the time of vista release, only having occasionaly contacts to winXP when fixing my wifes or laptop :) All the explanations I gave are from fading memories :D
Dec
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comment What is the difference between Local Disk and New Volume?
Local Disk and New Volume should be simple "given names" of that drive, that you say an empty drive name is displayed as "Local Drive" irritates me. Cant speak for english Windows, since I am using a german one, and there an empty name is displayed as "New Volume" (yes in english!). "c:" (the cologne!!!) is the way windows references any logical drive, or even any other letter + the colone. You can change the letters for a drive in systemsettings -> drive manager (or something like that), but you should not do that for the system drive. Also my times with windows are long ago...
Dec
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answered What is the difference between Local Disk and New Volume?