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Jun
8
awarded  Caucus
Jun
8
revised Keep programs from using My Documents
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Jun
8
comment Keep programs from using My Documents
@Synetech It accomplishes the goal partly, and I was expecting worse.
Jun
8
comment Keep programs from using My Documents
I hope my edit clarifies things.
Jun
8
revised Keep programs from using My Documents
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Jun
8
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Jun
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revised Keep programs from using My Documents
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Jun
8
comment Keep programs from using My Documents
@Synetech On my Vista, there's a big disparity between My Documents and My Actual Files.
Jun
7
comment Keep programs from using My Documents
Unfortunately, there are still a few 'bugs' with this approach. Right clicking the Windows Explorer icon in the taskbar comes up with "My Documents 2" (the %APPDATA% one), and won't let me change it to C:\Users\Muntoo\Documents.
Jun
7
comment Keep programs from using My Documents
@Synetech C:\Users\Muntoo\Documents.
Jun
4
accepted Keep programs from using My Documents
Jun
4
comment Keep programs from using My Documents
Should I use Roaming\My Documents or Local\My Documents?
Jun
4
comment eBook to JAR format for mobile phone
Nevermind, I just used it in a virtual machine.
Jun
4
accepted eBook to JAR format for mobile phone
Jun
4
asked Keep programs from using My Documents
May
29
awarded  Revival
Apr
24
revised Why does GIMP start up so slow on my machine?
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Apr
1
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
28
comment Tricks to speedup startup time? Windows 7
@Synetech BTW, I learned (a long while ago) that Aero relies on your Graphics card, so it eats up less CPU than normal GDI and stuff. (Randomly here because someone upvoted me in another one of my answers.)
Mar
13
revised Attempting to install Chrome extensions produces a “Unconfirmed xxxxx.crdownload” file in the default download directory
Matches more closely to what I actually had to do.