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Oct
27
awarded  Yearling
Oct
28
answered I logon via ssh and the first command is always screen. Can I make it either reconnect to same sesson or make a new one if one does not exist?
Oct
28
answered Is Explorer.EXE (capitalized) a virus?
Oct
28
answered How do I track down my autostart issue?
Oct
28
comment Windows 8 is losing options in the “Open with” menu after changing file associations
Passing a file extension to the ftype utility is incorrect. Take a moment to review, and actually preform yourself to improve your grasp of the situation, the example commands that I wrote out in the "UPDATE" to the original post. After doing that, ask yourself this question "What is the difference between a file type and a file extension? If you don't know read through my examples a second time. If it still doesn't make sense, then we'll try a different approach.
Oct
28
answered Change file open command in Windows 7?
Oct
28
revised Any way to pop the Open With dialog on exe files?
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Oct
28
answered Any way to pop the Open With dialog on exe files?
Oct
28
awarded  Editor
Oct
28
revised Windows 8 is losing options in the “Open with” menu after changing file associations
I updated/extended the "Background and Understanding" section in response to the users comments
Oct
28
comment Windows 8 is losing options in the “Open with” menu after changing file associations
No problem. Make sure you are feeding extensions to assoc. I think you already know this, but to be clear file extensions are the "dot followed by 3 or 4 characters" that terminate a file name. For example application.exe, document.txt, or presentaion.ppt. The assoc utility expects you to provide the "." and the 3/4 characters as its parameter. $> assoc .exe .exe=exefile $> assoc .txt
Oct
28
comment Using Vim key bindings in Onenote
I found [this][1] too. [1]: gnu.org/software/emacs/windows/old/faq10.html
Oct
28
answered Can I prevent secondary hard drives from making noise?
Oct
28
comment Using Vim key bindings in Onenote
As some of my geek-friends (that's a compliment) used to say; "the best thing about EMACS is that it's key-bindings can be configuration in [VIM][1]. [1]: vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=300 If you look into the link above maybe you can get the Emacs keyboard configuration you prefer, but leverage VisVIM's integration with Visual Studio. If you follow the VisVIM installation steps you will be led to the interface in Visual Studio that allows you to configure external applications. In general, OLE capable applications should integrate well. [I found this too][2]
Oct
28
answered Windows 8 is losing options in the “Open with” menu after changing file associations
Oct
28
awarded  Supporter
Oct
28
answered Dual Monitor Setup with Ati Radeon Hd 5700 results in unusabledesktop win7
Oct
28
answered How to remove the Windows 7 XE Loader?
Oct
28
awarded  Teacher
Oct
28
answered Using Vim key bindings in Onenote