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Feb
14
comment Possible to “snap” top/bottom instead of just left/right in Windows 7?
I wish this would have worked. I am getting The following variable name contains an illegal character: "params*". For now I am using @northben's script
Feb
14
comment Possible to “snap” top/bottom instead of just left/right in Windows 7?
Just came in to say, the script in pastebin 2 comments above worked perfectly for me. Perfect for those already using Autohotkey. And those who aren't using Autohotkey should definitely check it out.
Mar
19
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
11
accepted How to sort Windows 7 taskbar thumbnail previews?
Mar
6
comment How to sort Windows 7 taskbar thumbnail previews?
I don't think this is same as Jump Lists. Jump Lists are what you see on right clicking those program icons in the taskbar. I am simply hovering on top of those icons.
Mar
6
awarded  Custodian
Mar
6
reviewed Approve How to sort Windows 7 taskbar thumbnail previews?
Mar
5
asked How to sort Windows 7 taskbar thumbnail previews?
Feb
26
comment How to set Title of CMD to current working Directory in Windows XP
When we shift+right click on a folder in windows explorer, we have an option for opening command prompt on that folder. This solution doesn't work in that case. Does anyone know a quick fix to this?
Feb
15
asked Title of cmd windows (in task bar)
May
1
awarded  Scholar
May
1
accepted Faster grepping through lots of bulky text files
Apr
23
awarded  Student
Apr
23
comment Faster grepping through lots of bulky text files
I am using cygwin's grep. Are you saying "grep for windows" is any faster? and does it do indexing?
Apr
23
asked Faster grepping through lots of bulky text files
Feb
25
comment How to view PDFs in Firefox using SumatraPDF
It seems a few days ago they commented about that they are going to include a firefox plugin soon in upcoming sumatra version 1.4.
Jan
19
awarded  Supporter