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Apr
9
accepted pdf - Get current page number in Google Chrome
Mar
28
comment Find recently created folders in Windows
Should <Location_to_Search> be replaced with C:\Program Files, or should it be replaced with "C:\Program Files"? When I replace it with either of these and run the program with PowerShell, I see an error message and the window closes immediately (so that I can't even see the output).
Mar
28
comment Find recently created folders in Windows
How can I run this code?
Mar
28
asked Find recently created folders in Windows
Mar
17
comment Is it possible to download using the Windows command line?
More answers to this question can be found here: stackoverflow.com/questions/4619088/…
Mar
13
accepted Disconnect all computers that are signed in to my Google Account
Mar
13
comment Disconnect all computers that are signed in to my Google Account
I wonder if I'd remain signed-out if I changed my password, and then changed it back to the original password.
Mar
13
comment Disconnect all computers that are signed in to my Google Account
Also, I'd like to know whether it would be possible for me to disconnect all accounts without resetting my password.
Mar
13
comment Disconnect all computers that are signed in to my Google Account
Also, how do you know that this will work? :/
Mar
13
comment Disconnect all computers that are signed in to my Google Account
This is also discussed here: productforums.google.com/forum/?fromgroups=#!topic/chrome/…
Mar
13
revised Disconnect all computers that are signed in to my Google Account
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Mar
13
asked Disconnect all computers that are signed in to my Google Account
Mar
1
comment Automatically hibernate Google Chrome tabs
Also, there is an extension called The Great Suspender that can do this as well. It appears to be the most sophisticated of all the options I've seen.
Mar
1
comment Automatically hibernate Google Chrome tabs
Relevant search results for this question can be found here (using a regular expression search): google.com/…
Mar
1
comment Automatically hibernate Google Chrome tabs
Also, the TabMemFree extension may be able to do this: lifehacker.com/5891916/…
Feb
22
comment Which files are opened by a specific application?
Related question (with relevant answers to this question): stackoverflow.com/questions/15708/lsof-equivalent-for-windows
Feb
22
comment Any Windows software that can remember running programs, contents of Notepad, etc. in case of unexpected shutdown?
It might be possible to generate a list of programs and files that are currently open, and use that list to generate a shell script that re-launches the programs at startup. See here: superuser.com/questions/48498/…
Feb
19
comment Search for menu bar commands on Windows 7
@naxa I've noticed it in Mac too (for some applications, such as Abobe Illustrator). Is it available for all Mac applications, or only some of them?
Feb
18
comment Automatically hibernate Google Chrome tabs
@w3d I still need to automatically hibernate tabs that are using too much memory. I haven't yet found any other Chrome extensions that can do this, but it might be possible to write one.
Feb
18
comment Automatically hibernate Google Chrome tabs
Is the TooManyTabs extension able to suspend tabs automatically when a large number of tabs are open, or does it need to be done manually?