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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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awarded  Curious
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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awarded  Enlightened
May
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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?
Mar
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answered Replace NTFS hardlinks with files
Mar
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Feb
26
comment Windows key + Left/Right arrow combinations in AutoHotkey
I have some AHK scripts that do what you are trying to do. They are included in my project at code.google.com/p/rwintools. Using my scripts, CTRL+WIN-ARROW will dock the current active window. SHIFT+WIN+ARROW will move the left-top corner of the current window. ALT+WIN+ARROW will move the right-bottom corner of the window. If you just want to know the implementation, you can take a look at the move-window.ahk script. Note, in Win 7, you may want to disable the default window moving hotkeys because they are conflict with my script.
Feb
19
comment Paranoid Parent: “WiFi safe for baby?”
I agree with you on most part of your answer but that 2mW part is questionable - your calculation implies the reception can pick up 200mW at 1 meter is very likely not true for Wifi.
Feb
18
revised Copy a folder using the command line?
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Feb
18
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Feb
18
answered Copy a folder using the command line?
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