His wife left a note for him to prepare dinner that evening:
“Shepherd’s Pie needs to be taken out of the fridge and placed in the oven at 140 degrees.”
After noticing numerous references to BLog (Web Log) software and services, I decided to research the technology. Determining if I am quality “BLogger” material, was something that interested me. Hang on a sec, a dialog requires my input. [a few seconds pass - I feel a side-track session coming on!] Seeing the phrase, “Burn process …View full post
OK, “Mr. Goodbar” has nothing to do with my reason for scripting this post. I’m actually searching for Pocket PC software within the Blogger.Com site to facilitate a more expedient method of posting information to the blog. Needing a computer connected to the internet for posting this particular page is a hindrance. Considering the fact …View full post
Windows only: Everything, a super-snappy file finder that’s one of our Top 10 tiny & awesome Windows utilities, offers a new portable version that’s just as speedy as its standard-installation sibling.
Everything’s portable version takes a few seconds on launching to build a database of all the files on an NTFS-formatted drive, saves it in whatever folder you’ve saved the application, then brings up a single text box to type into, and a big white space without any files listed—yet. As soon as you start typing in file names, regular expressions, or boolean-style operators (like ! in front of “not” phrases), Everything almost instantly pulls up the files matching that search. And there’s a lot that’s been added to a new version earlier this month, including support for USB/removable drives, shortcut keys, and a claim to improving search performance by 30 percent. There’s also a host of nifty options you can enable, like an HTTP server for remote file searching—hit the MakeUseOf link below for a peek at a few of those value-added items.
Everything portable is a free download for Windows systems only.
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