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Apr
18
answered Bash on Windows: mv command - cannot move to a subdirectory of itself
Apr
17
comment Bash on Windows: mv command - cannot move to a subdirectory of itself
It fails both with and without the trailing slashes. I've confirmed that the destination directory is empty as well.
Apr
17
awarded  Student
Apr
17
comment Bash on Windows: mv command - cannot move to a subdirectory of itself
I've tried all combinations of trailing slashes - with and without - and it still gives the same error. In the first example I was running the command from PWD = / so I wasn't inside the directory being moved.
Apr
17
asked Bash on Windows: mv command - cannot move to a subdirectory of itself
Dec
29
awarded  Teacher
Sep
4
comment How to take a shadowless screenshot on Windows 10?
The shift key is unnecessary - Alt + Print Screen will take a screenshot of the currently focussed window without the shadow.
Aug
28
comment Windows 10 Search not working - after privacy tweaks
No worries, it sounds like there are a few different issues with similar symptoms so it's hard to know what will work for different people. Hope you work out what it is though!
Aug
23
answered Windows 10 Search not working
Aug
23
answered Windows 10 Search not working - after privacy tweaks
Aug
23
answered Cortana Search is not finding applications on Windows 10
Aug
11
answered Force a rebuild of the start menu program index/database in Windows 10
Jul
30
comment How can I get the Windows 8 start-screen in Windows 10?
You can quickly enable/disable Tablet Mode via the Action Center as well. Click on the "speech bubble" icon in the bottom-right -> Tablet mode. Here's a screenshot: thurrott.com/windows/windows-10/3116/…
Nov
6
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