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Jul
14
answered How to download file from remote server to windows without sudo
Jun
22
comment How to disable auto-maximize/resize window (aero-snap) when near screen edge?
@buffer: you may be interested in my script at link
Jun
19
revised How to disable Windows 7 feature that maximizes a window to full screen when moved to the edge of the screen (but keep keyboard shortcuts working)?
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Jun
19
revised How to disable Windows 7 feature that maximizes a window to full screen when moved to the edge of the screen (but keep keyboard shortcuts working)?
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Jun
19
comment Sort by number at the end of the file name in Windows Explorer
@Karen: I am afraid the original request is too specific to be available in any general purpose file manager.
Jun
19
comment Sort by number at the end of the file name in Windows Explorer
@Karan: Yes. Files entries are usually ordered by their names when they are stored on disk. It's up to a particular tool to decide the order in which files are listed.
Jun
15
comment Sort by number at the end of the file name in Windows Explorer
@Karan: the command I gave does not perform renaming. What it does is to select all .jpg files in the current directory and order by the first number found in the file name. Without any "transformer", my program only lists the files are to be processed. You can find more information in the help message in the source code.
Jun
13
comment Sort by number at the end of the file name in Windows Explorer
@user45816: Yes, you need ruby installed. I would suggest you to put the script in C:\rwin. However, you should be able to put the script anywhere you want.
Jun
12
answered Sort by number at the end of the file name in Windows Explorer
Jan
26
answered In Windows, what is a built-in way to make drag-and-drop more difficult to occur accidentally?
Jan
22
comment Use Ctrl+Backspace to delete word in Windows command line?
What if the cursor was in the middle of a line and there are more words following the previous word?
Nov
20
comment Windows 8.1 search not finding Control Panel settings
@Ryan: you can just enable this option at folder level. In my case, I enabled the option on C:\ProgramData (where windows 8 keeps start menu). Then go to index options, click "Modify" and verify the start menu and all child folders under it can be indexed.
Jul
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May
28
revised Automatically update a greasemonkey script under development
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May
28
asked Automatically update a greasemonkey script under development
May
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May
6
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Apr
25
answered How do I find and replace a character in filenames in Windows 7 using Explorer?
Apr
22
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Mar
17
answered Can I change default WIN-KEY (up/down/left/right) window dock behavior/sizes?