Already a member? Log in

Sign up with your...


Sign Up with your email address

Add Tags

Duplicate Tags

Rename Tags

Share It With Others!

Save Link

Sign in

Sign Up with your email address

Sign up

By clicking the button, you agree to the Terms & Conditions.

Forgot Password?

Please enter your username below and press the send button.
A password reset link will be sent to you.

If you are unable to access the email address originally associated with your Delicious account, we recommend creating a new account.


Links 1 through 10 of 115 by Juan Pablo Angamarca tagged windows

# Diskpart # List Disk (Muestra un listado de todos los discos duro o unidades de almacenamiento de tu computador) # Select Disk 1 (reemplaza el 1 por el número referente a tu pendrive) # Clean (borra todos los datos del pendrive) # Create partition primary (crea un partición primaria) # Active (marca la partición primaria como Activa) # Format fs=fat32 quick (formatea el pendrive con FAT32) # Assign (Confirma las modificaciones) # Exit (cierra Diskpart) Poner el disco DVD de Windows 7 en la unidad lectora de DVD y copiar todo el contenido del DVD en el pendrive. Bootear del pendrive. Si da error "no driver for cd/dvd drive" al instalar, volver a la pantalla de inicio, insertar la flash en otro puerto y reintentar.

Share It With Others!

@echo off
For /f "tokens=1-4 delims=/ " %%a in ('date /t') do (set mydate=%%c-%%b-%%a)
For /f "tokens=1-2 delims=/:" %%a in ("%TIME%") do (set mytime=%%a%%b)
echo %mydate%_%mytime%

Share It With Others!

$ split -b 1394786 big.log
$ ls -1 x*

Split creates its output files in decreasing alphabetic order. Thus when you list them in the shell they are in the order in which
they were split. As such, you can simply use cat to merge the files. (Thanks to Paul and Davidov for pointing out my for loop was superfluous.)

$ cat x* >merged.big.log
$ ls -l *.log
-rw-rw-r-- 1 brock brock 175743061 Oct 12 22:08 big.log
-rw-rw-r-- 1 brock brock 175743061 Oct 12 01:11 merged.big.log
$ diff merged.big.log big.log
$ md5sum *.log
47de08911534957c1768968743468307 big.log
47de08911534957c1768968743468307 merged.big.log

(cat works for files created with hjsplit, too)

Share It With Others!

md5sum.exe - 48KB 88170 Downloads since 9/29/00

Share It With Others!

Any application that does not always need administrator privileges should not run with them by default. However, when a user wants to perform a task that requires elevation, you need to show them that this is required by displaying the Vista shield icon. When this is clicked, your application will then need to restart with administrator privileges. Interested? Then read on...

Share It With Others!

Boolean expressions Combine search terms using the familiar Boolean operators AND, OR, NOT.

Office formats Support for popular Office formats including Office 2007 and OpenOffice.

Updated UI Brings Agent Ransack's user interface into the modern day.

Perl regex Support for Perl compatible regular expressions.

64-bit Version Natively compiled 64-bit version for improved compatibility.

FileLocator Lite A more 'gentle' branding of Agent Ransack for corporate environments. See the FileLocator Lite page for more information.

Share It With Others!

Search for a text string in a file & display all the lines where it is found.
Syntax FIND [/V] [/C] [/N] [/I] "string" [pathname(s)]
/V : Display all lines NOT containing the specified string.
/C : Count the number of lines containing the string.
/N : Display Line numbers.
/I : Ignore the case of characters when searching for the string.
"string" : The text string to find (must be in quotes).
[pathname] : A drive, file or files to search.
If names.txt contains the following:
Joe Bloggs, 123 Main St, Dunoon
Arnold Jones, 127 Scotland Street, Edinburgh
To search for "Jones" in names.txt
FIND "Jones" names.txt
---------- NAMES.TXT
Arnold Jones, 127 Scotland Street, Edinburgh
If you want to pipe a command into FIND use this syntax
TYPE names.txt | FIND "Jones"
You can also redirect like this
FIND /i "Jones" < names.txt >logfile.txt
To search a folder for files that contain a given search string
FOR %G IN (*.txt) do (find /n /i "SearchWord" "%G")

Share It With Others!

We’re big fans of hacking the Windows Registry around here, and we’ve got one of the biggest collections of registry hacks you’ll find. Don’t believe us? Here’s a list of the top 50 registry hacks that we’ve covered.

Share It With Others!

Walks you through the implementation of an Explorer bar with the help of BandObject base class. Describes implementation details of the BandObject class.

Share It With Others!

The main disadvantage of using the built-in Windows safe removal tool is that when using several hot-plug devices it is often quite difficult to recognize which device needs to be stopped. Most devices have the same name: "USB mass storage device". In addition, Windows does not let you hide a device you would not want to stop from the menu.

Share It With Others!