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accepted Fastest way to search a directory for file names with specific charachters?
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asked Install Windows 8 from USB but keep Windows 7 and Ubuntu
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accepted Cannot download certain files in any browser
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asked Fastest way to search a directory for file names with specific charachters?
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comment How to add another sort tab for files in Windows?
Since all that I need to set is the date this should hopefully work pretty well, out of curiousity do you know if it will work for folders as well?
Dec
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comment How to add another sort tab for files in Windows?
quite the predicament, and in my opinion its microsoft dropping the ball and not allowing easy editting for their interface but im gonna try my luck with some third party applications
Dec
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comment How to add another sort tab for files in Windows?
Ill give it a shot since downloading a third party program seems to be my only option. I have never heard of that program but then again I have never been faced with changing the metadata of pdf documents
Dec
28
comment How to add another sort tab for files in Windows?
hmmmmmm not a bad Idea ill see what I can find
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comment How to add another sort tab for files in Windows?
Yes I went down that road, I noticed that I could add more sorts. description and several of the other details concerning dates had caught my eye but as far as pdf files and folders go I have had no luck In editting their details
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accepted Easiest way to extract the contents of many folders at once?
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comment Easiest way to extract the contents of many folders at once?
ill play around with it. i figured there was a command prompt solution im assuming for all of them id use the wildcard '*'
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asked Easiest way to extract the contents of many folders at once?