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May
7
accepted Explorer tree auto tracking in windows?
May
7
comment Explorer tree auto tracking in windows?
Tnx working ^_^
May
7
asked Explorer tree auto tracking in windows?
May
5
comment Add “open containing folder” to context Menu?
i.stack.imgur.com/xeoMz.jpg (ps your solution works)
May
5
accepted Add “open containing folder” to context Menu?
May
4
comment Add “open containing folder” to context Menu?
Regarding why -- search results via windows search or total commander search - so i need to access the folder sometimes
May
4
asked Add “open containing folder” to context Menu?
Apr
22
awarded  Caucus
Apr
13
accepted Chrome browser width and icon hiding?
Apr
13
comment Chrome browser width and icon hiding?
woooo....... didnt know that it's changeable.....tnx (works)
Apr
13
asked Chrome browser width and icon hiding?
Apr
7
comment Windows: Force specific network adapter
@and31415 is there a solution for windows 8 (64)?
Apr
6
accepted Show content while resize in chrome?
Apr
6
comment Show content while resize in chrome?
@Tom You're the man. yes - > the settings was "best performance" so it's unchecks it all :-) please post it as an answer.
Apr
6
asked Show content while resize in chrome?
Mar
19
revised How can I obtain a remote drive's free space, for SQL Server to write a .BAK file, via a command run from within SQL Server?
enhancement
Mar
19
comment How can I obtain a remote drive's free space, for SQL Server to write a .BAK file, via a command run from within SQL Server?
Scott - wait , this is not working with the UNC path.... only local . can you please reply /
Mar
19
suggested approved edit on How can I obtain a remote drive's free space, for SQL Server to write a .BAK file, via a command run from within SQL Server?
Mar
19
comment How can I obtain a remote drive's free space, for SQL Server to write a .BAK file, via a command run from within SQL Server?
@tnx , i will try extract the second line from your statement (and ofcourse will look at your link)
Mar
19
revised How can I obtain a remote drive's free space, for SQL Server to write a .BAK file, via a command run from within SQL Server?
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