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Apr
25
comment Why does Robocopy ignore the /copy flags?
@Pacerier - 1) Using Windows Explorer (explorer.exe), navigate to your copy of Robocopy.exe. Mine is located in "C:\Windows\System32\Robocopy.exe". 2) Right-click on "Robocopy.exe" and select "Properties". 3) Go to the "Details" Tab and look for "File version:", and "Product version:". For mine (Windows 7 x64), I have: "File version: 5.1.10.1027", and "Product version: XP027".
Apr
20
awarded  Revival
Apr
6
revised How to diagnose missing disk space?
added additional explainations
Apr
6
asked How to diagnose missing disk space?
Apr
2
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
9
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
20
awarded  Curious
Oct
31
accepted Open Internet Explorer 9 in a new session
Oct
31
comment Open Internet Explorer 9 in a new session
Thanks, this seems to have worked.
Oct
31
asked Open Internet Explorer 9 in a new session
Oct
31
revised Sorting folders in Windows Explorer?
Add additional simpler proceedure.
Oct
31
answered Sorting folders in Windows Explorer?
Oct
26
awarded  Civic Duty
Oct
13
comment The Directory name is too long in batch
@ajith - I added more to my answer to explain this... To specify a UNC path you need to use the prefix: "\\?\UNC\" like this: dir /-c /a /w /s /x "\\?\UNC\10.0.0.10\folder1\folder2" | findstr /b /c:" "
Oct
13
revised The Directory name is too long in batch
Corrected "escaping" of backslashes ("\"), and added example of UNC Path.
Oct
12
comment Why does my Windows computer immediately turn back on after sleep/hibernate?
If you disallow mouse and keyboard to "wake from sleep", how do you wake the computher after it goes into sleep? (or am I misreading something?)
Oct
12
answered The Directory name is too long in batch
Oct
5
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
1
asked Where does Internet Explorer (IE9) store the URLs of the tabs in the current session
Oct
1
comment Misconceptions About Backslashes and URLs
+1 especially for "... which one/where is that...".