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Forum: System Security 23 May 2013
Replies: 6
Views: 13,793
Posted By MKANET
I personally witnessed Hitmanpro remove a nasty...

I personally witnessed Hitmanpro remove a nasty virus that was installed while Microsoft Essentials was running (and up to date). I've never even heard of Hitmanpro; until I saw it suggested by...
Forum: General Discussion 24 Jun 2012
Replies: 2
Views: 1,517
Posted By MKANET
Did anyone ever figure out a way to do this?

Did anyone ever figure out a way to do this?
Forum: Customization 07 Apr 2012
Replies: 12
Views: 3,811
Posted By MKANET
Actually, this is what you said. "As far...

Actually, this is what you said.

"As far as I know there's no way to determine column width from command line. "

"Determining the column width" and "changing a setting to dynamic width" are...
Forum: Customization 07 Apr 2012
Replies: 12
Views: 3,811
Posted By MKANET
Kari, not too many people know this, but Windows...

Kari, not too many people know this, but Windows does has the ability to dynamically adjust column width in Explorer. In fact, there's even a hotkey for this while in Details view...
Forum: Customization 07 Apr 2012
Replies: 12
Views: 3,811
Posted By MKANET
I know I asked this before, but I guess there's...

I know I asked this before, but I guess there's no way to do it... Either to open Explorer in Details View with dynamically adjustable column width from commandline. or...... open in List view. So...
Forum: Customization 05 Apr 2012
Replies: 12
Views: 3,811
Posted By MKANET
Hi Kari, I need to open a Windows Explorer...

Hi Kari, I need to open a Windows Explorer windows in "List View" or at at least in Details view with automatic resize of all columns from command line. The below solution doesn't have anything to...
Forum: Customization 04 Apr 2012
Replies: 12
Views: 3,811
Posted By MKANET
How can I set this via command-line or registry?

How can I set this via command-line or registry? I need a way to automatically launch "Explorer c:\folder\myfolder" with a view appropriate for long filenames on any Windows Vista/Win7 PC.
Forum: Tutorials 10 Oct 2011
Replies: 281
Views: 918,811
Posted By MKANET
I guess you have to have a long name in the path...

I guess you have to have a long name in the path in order to reproduce it. I'm sure you can reproduce it with a similar parent folder in the new location
ie, "D:\Multimedia Files\Music"
...
Forum: Tutorials 10 Oct 2011
Replies: 281
Views: 918,811
Posted By MKANET
Hi Brink, I didn't do anything wrong. That's...

Hi Brink, I didn't do anything wrong. That's default Windows 7 behavior. At least for this type of folder path/namespace. This is reproducible on two separate Windows 7 machines:
...
Forum: Tutorials 10 Oct 2011
Replies: 281
Views: 918,811
Posted By MKANET
Huh? :) "shell:My Music" opens the wrong folder;...

Huh? :) "shell:My Music" opens the wrong folder; at least, for what I was trying to do. It opens the folder under my profile folder instead of the new "actual" location specified by me. That's the...
Forum: Tutorials 10 Oct 2011
Replies: 281
Views: 918,811
Posted By MKANET
I figured out a clever way to create a shortcut...

I figured out a clever way to create a shortcut to the new My Music folder. This will also work for any other folder with a junction point...

If you have a shortcut that takes you to...
Forum: Tutorials 09 Oct 2011
Replies: 281
Views: 918,811
Posted By MKANET
Brink, does that mean you don't know of a way to...

Brink, does that mean you don't know of a way to override the junction point for "My Music"? I only changed the location of My Music. Nothing else.

Edit: Actually I have a much easier...
Forum: Tutorials 09 Oct 2011
Replies: 281
Views: 918,811
Posted By MKANET
Wow, that was a fast reply Brink! And, you...

Wow, that was a fast reply Brink! And, you explained exactly why this happens.

Now, my next question is... I dont have any apps that make references to the folder locations I moved; and the apps...
Forum: Tutorials 09 Oct 2011
Replies: 281
Views: 918,811
Posted By MKANET
Seems like a bug

I don't get it. People seem to shrug off the behavior after changing the location of a folder...leaving behind a reference to a folder under shell:UsersFilesFolder that no longer exists. Am I...
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