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comment Win7 x64 Taskbar: Add Icon for Specific Tab in Mouse Properties?
I guess that's what I don't know how to do. When I have the UltraNav tab open, Windows Task Manager tells me I'm running C:\Windows\System32\rundll32.exe. But it says that for all tabs in Mouse Properties. I know how to write batch files, but I don't exactly know what the batch file should do.
Aug
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asked Win7 x64 Taskbar: Add Icon for Specific Tab in Mouse Properties?
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comment How to force Windows 7 to ask for a “fresh” IP address from DHCP server?
A cold reboot worked for me.
May
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comment the right options to traverse/download the pages/directories of a subdomain
[Another discussion][1] addresses aspects of this in some detail. [1]: superuser.com/questions/746794/…
Apr
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Apr
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comment Wget - Difficulty Excluding Domains and Directories
For some reason, that fails to prevent the creation of twitter.com and www.facebook.com, regardless of whether I specify exclusion of e.g., twitter.com or /twitter.com. The twitter.com folder is created at the top level, i.e., at the same directory level as the desired download folder. It also fails if I specify twitter.com or /twitter.com with exclude_directories in wgetrc.
Apr
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asked Wget - Difficulty Excluding Domains and Directories
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answered Shut Down took way too long because of “Background Programs”
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comment Excel or Batch - Trying to Automate Text Correction (Many Changes; One or More Characters Each)
This answer appears to have the best potential. I did not use it at the time, but will refer back to it the next time I return to this particular kind of task. Thanks!
Apr
18
comment Hide or Delete the User Home Folder in Windows Explorer Navigation Pane
Sorry. In the navigation pane in Windows Explorer, I see Desktop at the top. Below it, I see five first-level subfolders: Ray, Computer, Network, Control Panel, and Recycle Bin. I don't want the Ray folder to be visible, and I don't want it to be the subfolder that is opened when I start a new session of Windows Explorer.
Mar
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Mar
30
comment Hide or Delete the User Home Folder in Windows Explorer Navigation Pane
When I click on Desktop in WinEx, I see "Ray" listed as a System Folder. Not sure if that's germane. I do have "Delete" as a context menu option there; just not sure if using that option would make life unbearably interesting.
Mar
30
comment Hide or Delete the User Home Folder in Windows Explorer Navigation Pane
I've already done that. Maybe I did it in a different way. That hasn't prevented the User Home Folder from appearing in the WinEx navigation pane. When new WinEx instances open, they do open in the desired folder -- but as a subfolder under the User Home Folder, which I don't want.
Mar
30
comment Hide or Delete the User Home Folder in Windows Explorer Navigation Pane
I tried it. It doesn't seem to be working for this. It worked for some of the other folders, though.
Mar
30
asked Hide or Delete the User Home Folder in Windows Explorer Navigation Pane