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May
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revised Weird behavior when launching app from CMD with/without start
added link with explanation
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answered Weird behavior when launching app from CMD with/without start
Apr
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comment regulate browser memory consumption
You can try to free up some memory by visiting about:memory page in Firefox. If it helps you may be lucky enough to find an addon that does it auto-periodically.
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awarded  Caucus
Mar
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comment Get the video card model via command line in Windows
@user2723297, as the answer states, it is supposed to be run from batch file. Also stackoverflow.com/questions/14509652/…
Mar
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revised Get the video card model via command line in Windows
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Mar
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comment Get the video card model via command line in Windows
@user2723297, it wasn't written for batch, but to be directly pasted in command line. Let me edit the answer to prevent misunderstanding.
Mar
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answered Get the video card model via command line in Windows
Dec
22
comment How to set/use an empty string value in a variable in Windows XP CMD.EXE command-line?
No, my point is that the set Q= command deletes the variable in both scenarios.
Dec
22
comment How to set/use an empty string value in a variable in Windows XP CMD.EXE command-line?
Assigning empty string to variable deletes it. I am wondering if set changed its behaviour or the echo did since Windows XP. Is Q variable listed when you run set?
Dec
10
comment Can't quite get my batch file running invisibly
@user279891 I see, well there is also hideexec.exe which is used to hide cmd.exe window from outside instead of from within so the window should be hidden from the beginning.
Dec
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answered Can't quite get my batch file running invisibly
Dec
8
comment Getting the pages count from a printer through command line
You can list some info with wmic printer list /format:list, but I am not saying it lists what you need. And you will need the printers in your Devices and Printers.
Nov
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comment Access USB device with command prompt
@buffer: thats bummer.
Nov
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comment Access USB device with command prompt
@barlop: nope, it would be mass storage device if it got letter assigned (e.g. D:).
Nov
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answered Access USB device with command prompt
Nov
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answered CMD keep running program
Sep
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comment How can I use VIM to edit files from within CPrompt on Windows 8?
You can also run vim.exe as config free portable in-console editor. Just extract the exe from ftp.vim.org/pub/vim/pc/vim74w32.zip