Where Sticky Notes are Stored. Isabel Berney needs to know where Windows stores the Sticky Notes she creates, so she can make sure they're backed up.
Microsoft added Sticky Notes with Vista, and changed them entirely with Windows 7. In Vista, you can write longhand sticky notes with a mouse or pointer, or record them with a microphone, but you can't actually type them with a keyboard. Windows 7 does it the other way around. But both versions save the notes in a file called StickyNotes.snt, located in the C:\Users\login\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Sticky Notes folder. (When I write login, I mean the name you use to log into Windows.) So if you make a lot of notes, you should make sure that your backup routine includes that folder. Add your comments to this article below. The State of Blogging Sucks. Go ahead and share More Sharing ServicesShare It all started from a twitter converstation.
(Like so many things these days) Rob Paterson posted a note that after yesterday’s google fiasco, that he is worried about his blog. He tweeted to see if anyone knew a good service for backing up his blog. I did some quick research, typepad has some fundamental problems. Exporting your weblog content does not backup any of the templates associated with your account or files inserted into your posts. You cannot create an archive from which to rebuild your site without A LOT of work, if at all. In my opinion, this makes typepad unusable. The wordpress.org site says they make backups. If you want to make sure that your wordpress blog is archived, you need to put your blog on a hosted service provider that will backup your database and let you do an off-line backup.
To do a bit more on this excersize, I checked out blogger.com. Blogger does not have an export or download function. Summary. Twickie - Login. Email-uploader - Project Hosting on Google Code. Tweetbook.in. BackupMyTweets Home: Backup Your Twitter Account. Twitter Backup. Running out of space on Gmail? Get It Back in 5 minutes. Are you about to exhaust all the free storage space in your Google mail account?
Learn how to reclaim lost space by deleting all the space hogging file attachments from Gmail in 5 minutes. While Google does offer around 7.5 GB of free storage space on Gmail, you can quickly exhaust that limit if you are not regular about deleting email messages that include large attachments. Why Clear Space in your Gmail Account When you exhaust the allocated storage limit on your Gmail account, you won’t be able to compose and send new emails from Gmail unless you clear out some space by deleting old mails. Going forward, all incoming messages will also get returned to the sender thus breaking your contact with the outside world. Never Exceed your Mail Quota Again Once you run out of storage space on Gmail, there are two options – either purchase storage (at around $20 per 10 GB) or reclaim space on the Gmail hard drive by deleting large (and useless) emails.
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