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comment How do I get out my embedded Windows 8+ key from a Linux environment?
@Wilf In this case, UEFI has nothing to do with having the ACPI tables on the hardware.
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reviewed Reviewed What format is best for screen capture in prep for OCR?
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comment What format is best for screen capture in prep for OCR?
To be clear - you are capturing text from the screen, and not something scanned in?
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revised Reference for all “about”/“chrome” address bar strings for Firefox and Chrome
Update lists to latest versions of the browsers
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revised How do I get out my embedded Windows 8+ key from a Linux environment?
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revised How do I get out my embedded Windows 8+ key from a Linux environment?
Changed command to use xxd because that's more compatible
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comment Remove linux file named with set of shell responsive characters
@Alex if your program's environment has a library function to shell-escape strings, you should use that. If you're in an interactive shell environment with tab-completion, I find that extremely handy for operating on files with weird names!
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comment When data gets deleted from your Recycle Bin, what happens to it?
@Mark not quite, I believe - there's a 'recycle bin' folder on every drive (is it .$TRASHES? can't remember), and Windows combines all of them when you open the Recycle Bin. So your C: drive and E: drive both have a folder, because Windows doesn't want to copy everything when you delete it (that's the whole point!).