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I friggen love electronics and software!


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answered How can I arrange my running terminals or command prompts by “tile” in windows 8?
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accepted How can I arrange my running terminals or command prompts by “tile” in windows 8?
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comment How can I arrange my running terminals or command prompts by “tile” in windows 8?
Right clicking only gives me this sadly. Are you sure this function exists in windows 8? Since I only remember this being in win7. i.imgur.com/aLui7jZ.png
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revised How can I arrange my running terminals or command prompts by “tile” in windows 8?
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comment How can I arrange my running terminals or command prompts by “tile” in windows 8?
Just tried it, did not work. I didn't even get anything pop up either via ctrl-shift-esc or the usual ctrl-alt-del and clicking on task manager.
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comment How can I arrange my running terminals or command prompts by “tile” in windows 8?
I would sadly prefer to keep the current win8 task manager. Thank you for the suggestion though!
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asked How can I arrange my running terminals or command prompts by “tile” in windows 8?
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accepted Is there a successor to NTFS?
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comment Is there a successor to NTFS?
Well, my original intention was to ask about any possible alternative to NTFS that would be better. The information about the file name was stated to provide a reason for asking about a possible successor to NTFS, it wasn't the actual thing I was asking about. But, the answeres were helpful anyways, thanks guys. :)
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comment Is there a successor to NTFS?
I was copying some files to my external that were in a very long directory sub directory pattern using tera copy, and in tera copy it said that the path was too long so I googled around and came to the wiki page of "Long File Name". If I am wrong, I would be happy to be corrected about this issue! :)
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