Monday, April 21, 2008

More Neat Computer Tricks

I find this stuff endlessly fascinating. One of my new favorite blogs, Lifehacker, reports that you can simulate a "No To All" command in Windows when copying many files, by holding Shift as you click "No." Previously I'd clicked about as many fast as a hummingbird's heartbeat trying to keep my precious files from being copied earlier.

This is timely - those blasted "thumbs.db" files prolonged an extended copy of mine by three hours earlier today. Just try to leave your Compy unattended for a minute. . .

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