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I'm a doctoral candidate in Management Information Systems at the University of Arizona. I also love helping people find answers to their questions.


Oct
29
comment Add shared OneDrive document to my drive
What I want is to do the same thing in OneDrive that I've been doing for years in Dropbox. When someone shares a file with me, I can add it to my own Dropbox and access the shared file that way, rather than having to click a link in my web browser every time I want to open the file.
Oct
29
comment Add shared OneDrive document to my drive
Added some clarification to the question above.
Oct
29
comment Add shared OneDrive document to my drive
Maybe I needed to be more clear. I am collaborating on this document with several others, and would like to work on this version by accessing through my OneDrive.
Oct
18
comment Cannot connect to 192.168.1.1
Have you tried going to https://192.168.1.1? Some admin panels are set to work over https only.
Oct
8
comment Hangouts hides itself in system tray
@harrymc As mentioned in the EDIT at the bottom of the question, it appears to be any updated application. When Battle.net (Blizzard's game client) is updated, that moves from visible to hidden in the tray as well. It's easier to see the effects with Hangouts because it is frequently updated.
Oct
8
comment Hangouts hides itself in system tray
@harrymc Nope. I log in one password at a time just like the rest of you.
Oct
7
comment Command-Line File Content Search
Please put the actual answer in your answer rather than just linking to an external article.
Oct
7
comment Command-Line File Content Search
The content of a .docx is not encrypted. The docx is a container (like a zip file) that contains multiple files. That's why you can't search them, not because it's encrypted. If you change the .docx to .zip, you can actually open the archive and view the contents in Windows Explorer.
Aug
28
comment Hangouts hides itself in system tray
@Natan I think you're right. I've noticed when other applications update that they hide themselves also. Must be the frequent, tiny updates to Hangouts that's breaking it.
Aug
28
comment Hangouts hides itself in system tray
Well, the profile trick seems to have made no difference. It's too bad, too, because I had high hopes.
Aug
28
comment Hangouts hides itself in system tray
Well, I'm not willing to let Chrome run as an administrator just to fix this, but I've given the profile trick a try. We'll give it a few days and see what happens.
Aug
11
comment Hangouts hides itself in system tray
As you can see from the question, it is not a problem with notifications, or space in the system tray, but a matter of applications setting themselves to "Only show notifications" when I want them to "Show icon and notifications"
Aug
5
comment Hangouts hides itself in system tray
@BenFranchuk Ya, I am using Windows 8. I do get the feeling it's just a system bug.
Jul
29
comment Open and sync shared OneDrive document from Windows Explorer
It appears that, at least in 2012, it was not possible in the SkyDrive desktop application: answers.microsoft.com/en-us/onedrive/forum/sdfiles-sdsharing/…
Jul
1
comment How to open Google Drive files in new window
Chrome is the default for opening .gsheets files. Not sure if any other browser can do it.
Jun
11
comment How to check if two DVDs are exactly the same?
Instead of byte compare, you could use a checksum or hash.
Jun
10
comment Hangouts hides itself in system tray
@Ramhound I think you might be right. But how do I make it stop?
May
16
comment How to delete a file with a path too long to be deleted
On second thought, you could check one of the other questions that has already been answered. This one for example.
May
16
comment How to delete a file with a path too long to be deleted
Would it work from the command line with the del command? Something along the lines of del *.cache should delete all .cache files in the current directory.
May
5
comment Move files from one server directly to another server without writing to PC disk
Would it be possible to ssh to ESXi-1 and do scp from there? That would eliminate the intermediate bandwidth problem from @Zoredache's answer below.