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Jun
25
answered Defective primary display.
Jun
25
comment How to show a warning message when entering a folder?
Ah, this is a cool alternative method to what I used in my answer! I didn't notice that you added a bash and csh method as well.
Jun
25
answered How to show a warning message when entering a folder?
Jun
20
answered Central Processing System gets Hot
Jun
19
awarded  Enlightened
Jun
19
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
13
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
12
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
10
answered Does Windows 8 have explorer.exe?
Jun
10
awarded  Custodian
Jun
10
reviewed Close Log what processes accessed to a file
Jun
5
revised Why are some of my user interface symbols rendered as boxes?
added 32 characters in body
Jun
5
answered Why are some of my user interface symbols rendered as boxes?
May
26
comment Do vim users type vim to start the command?
Use whatever you feel like. I don't think anyone really cares.
May
23
comment Are there any alternatives to adding to the PATH environment variable in Windows?
Any variables you set in a Windows .bat file will remain after it quits. You can modify this behavior if you don't want it to occur with setlocal and endlocal, though.
May
22
answered Setup.exe won't run
May
14
answered Identify the UI
May
13
comment Good encryption software(preferably free) that doesn't require data reallocation?
I'm not sure what you're meaning. TrueCrypt supports encrypted volumes and containers that can be stored on unencrypted volumes. To store encrypted files on them (or gain access to them unencrypted), it mounts these volumes/files to a drive letter in Windows, and the encryption/decryption occurs transparently.
May
12
comment Why can a SD card be faster on an external USB reader rather than on a builtin SD reader?
I'd note that (in my experience) internal card readers connect over USB anyway. So there will be a USB hub between the rest of the computer and your card reader, no matter if it's internal or external.
May
10
comment How can I navigate in command prompt to a remote folder which has been shared among users?
@grawity Good point. And I'd say "compatibility with DOS" to that, except they already ditched any decent DOS compatibility with Vista. So, I suppose it really is bizarre.