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comment Why is the Ethernet network interface name “Network 3” in Windows?
Here's how to change it in Windows 8: geekality.net/?p=2505
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comment How can I identify what application is using a given file?
@ComFreek Well, ProcessExplorer might be more powerful in many cases, but for me Resource Monitor have always found the application locking the file I'm trying to do something with. I also prefer it to Process Explorer simply because it's right there in the OS. No need for an extra download and an extra shortcut somewhere.
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comment Pipe output from two commands into one
Changing && with || would fix one of the issues though, wouldn't it? Anyways, no clue what a subshell is or why I should avoid it... :p
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comment Pipe output from two commands into one
@devnull How does your method of {} and ; differ from edvinas.me answer? Or is it just two different ways of saying the same thing?
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