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Make Tech Easier - Computer Tech Tutorials, Tips and Tricks

Make Tech Easier - Computer Tech Tutorials, Tips and Tricks

Online Data Backup - Offsite, Onsite, & Cloud - CrashPlan Backup Software Only CrashPlan offers totally free local and offsite backup. A subscription to our cloud backup service gets you continuous backup, mobile file access and lots more. For the ultimate in computer backup, get all three, from the same easy application. Free local backup Zero worries about data caps or network speed makes backing up to an external drive the fastest, easiest way to back up – and get back – your files. TechCrunch Command-Line Reference Published: April 17, 2012 Updated: August 15, 2012 Applies To: Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Server 2000, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012, Windows Vista, Windows XP Use this topic to find the documentation resources and other technical information that you need to learn about the command shell, and to automate command-line tasks by using scripts or scripting tools. To read introductory information about the command shell and command-line tools, see Feature description. To find information about a specific command, in the following A-Z menu, click the letter that the command starts with, and then click the command name. The information that is contained in this overview applies to: Windows Server 2012 Windows Server 2008 R2 Windows Server 2008 Windows Server 2003 R2 Windows Server 2003 Windows 8 Windows 7 Windows Vista Windows XP You can change the properties for the Command Prompt window.

Unity/Lenses/Ideas Unity Lenses are a cool new Unity technology that allow you to make mash ups of elements that integrate with the Dash and Launcher. An example of a Lens is Seif's People Lens: In short, a Lens is something a user will access from either search or via a dedicated button on their launcher. It also provides a consistent way for users to search and browse this data. Kinds of Lenses Dash is very constrained to do text and facet searching. So while you wouldn't browse your photos in a lens, you would expect it to return a list of thumbnails when you search for "2011 Vacation", and then take you to the photo application. Application Lenses Application Lenses integrate with your system and applications. Applications - this is basically your application launcher, search for the app you want and launch Files - this is a quick way to find a file via a dash search. Web Lenses Web Lenses integrate your system with the web. Default Dash Lens Lens Cycling Proposals For Specific Lenses Core Lenses System

How to organize your computer and still remember where you put everything — CHNL by Chanel If you’re like me, your desktop probably doesn’t look like this most of the time. In fact, if you’re anything like me, it probably looks more like this. As part of Operation: Clean Out The Engine Sludge, I recently reorganized my entire computer and put every last file away where it belonged. If you’re thinking, gosh, that sounds like a lot of work, it is. It took me about 2-3 hours and freed up about 10 gigabytes in space, but it was well worth it. Today I thought I’d share with you how I organize the files on my computer in a way that makes them easy to find again, even if I leave them there and forget about them for months. What it looks like In expanded list view: In icon view: How it works Everything is contained within one folder. Why this way versus another? Before I organized my files using this system, I would try to organize my files by relation. Chanel > My Documents > Print Work. But then a problem comes up. How to make it for yourself How to use it Chanel > Reference > N > Notes

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