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Apr
18
comment Git bash and cmd don't load my user account PATH variable
I suppose so, but I'm not sure. I might just try to remove some and back it up for restore when something goes wrong in the future. Another tip: move some of the more personal entries to the user path.
Apr
18
comment Git bash and cmd don't load my user account PATH variable
Any suggestions on how to cut down the length of the path? I suppose removing random entries will break things.
Apr
18
comment Git bash and cmd don't load my user account PATH variable
Question updated.
Mar
18
comment Is it possible to assign a keyboard shortcut to a certain command in windows explorer?
Yes, it's there!
Mar
18
comment Is it possible to assign a keyboard shortcut to a certain command in windows explorer?
Reboot is not helping either.
Mar
18
comment Is it possible to assign a keyboard shortcut to a certain command in windows explorer?
Exactly so. In explorer I type Alt-D (for address bar focus) and then type gb .<enter>. Let me try a reboot.
Mar
18
comment Is it possible to assign a keyboard shortcut to a certain command in windows explorer?
Done that. Now when typing gb . in the address bar, firefox starts with a google search to "gb ."... Is there a reboot required?
Mar
18
comment Is it possible to assign a keyboard shortcut to a certain command in windows explorer?
It seems I can only create folders in System32, even with admin rights.
Aug
3
comment Map capslock to control in windows 10
That must have been it. Thanks!
Dec
31
comment Is there keyboard shortcut to move input focus to the Google Search box?
superuser.com/questions/509192/…
Aug
28
comment What's the logic behind the “W” in Control+W to close a Tab in IE?
The other nasty thing is that Ctrl-w is used in applications like vim and several terminal emulators to delelete the last typed word. When typing in the browser it sometimes happens to me that I press Ctrl-w out of a habit, resulting in the current tab being closed.
Jun
10
comment How can two identically named files exist in the same place on linux
Can you see them via ssh when you ls?