Thursday, April 23, 2009

[TechRepublic] Avoid frustration with Windows commands

April 23, 2009
Avoid frustration and display a full Windows command prompt history
Get a complete list of every command you have issued in a particular session with a simple single command. Greg Shultz shows you how in this tip.

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Is Microsoft shooting its other foot with Windows 7 on netbooks?
Back in 1997, I acquired an HP Jornada H/PC running Windows CE 2.0 and began writing a weekly column for Microsoft’s Windows CE site. The Jornada was a great little computer that basically looked like miniature laptop and was about as big as an over-sized checkbook. It came with a touch screen and a pen-like [...]

How do I... Use Tag2Find for better Windows searches?
You know how difficult it can be some times to locate that one specific file on your Microsoft Windows PC. An application like Tag2Find enables you to tag files with a system similar to the already familiar Web-site tagging systems like Flickr and Delicious.

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IT Cost Cutting: The Ninja Guide
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Linux needs to play its own game and quit comparing itself to Windows
TechRepublic member dcolbert shares his frustration with Linux trying to compare itself to Microsoft in areas where Microsoft dominance is virtually insurmountable.

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