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comment How to set Title of CMD to current working Directory in Windows XP
You might have disturbed the CompletionChar/PathCompletionChar values in the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Command Processor key in the registry. To set use the tab key for auto-completion you need to set the CompletionChar and PathCompletionChar values to 0x9 (hex)
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comment Dictionary Desktop Widget
@Nifle I just installed Google Desktop and the default search is installed. The user has no choice to exclude it. Only the advanced search is optional (searching and indexing email).
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I do not want the indexing and search which comes with Google Desktop. Is it possible to install just the Gadget framework ?
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