folders

Tue
11
Sep
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'Create Secured Folders In Xp', and 'Browse Secure'

Create Secured Folders In Xp Unfortunately, Windows XP does not have any user-friendly built-in tools to create secure folders on computers with multiple users. But there is another way to create a secure locked folder without having to buy any 3rd ... party software, and it's called "Create Secured Folders in XP". How original! http://www.online-tech-tips.com/ Browse Secure Browse Secure is a fully customisable web browser with features to benefit all types of Internet user. For younger internet users, parents can restrict them to a set of web sites that you specify, and make it easily ... (view more)

Tue
28
Aug
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'Rainbow Folders', and 'Tooler'

Rainbow Folders Rainbow Folders is a unique application that allows you to change color of any icon representing any folder. To make it short: with this program you can color-ize your folders! Such operation will speed up your navigation among the ... thousands of folders located on your hard drive. http://www.english.aionel.net/ Tooler Tooler is a unique program that allows you to create special type of shortcuts which allows you to easy accomplish tasks such as turning off the monitor, restarting your PC or ejecting selected CD-ROM tray. This program is very easy to use, requires no ... (view more)

Wed
09
May
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'Zen Folders', and 'Samurize'

Zen Folders zenFolders are virtual folders that do all of your searching and organizing for you. Utilizing Google Desktop Search, zenFolders dynamically generate content from your search results, collecting all of the relevant files into one ... convenient place. These folders don't really exist on your computer -- they only appear as folders. But anything that has to do with your topic is brought together with just one click. http://zenfolders.googlepages.com/ Samurize Samurize is an advanced system monitoring and desktop enhancement engine for Windows. IT professionals, overclockers, gamers and ... (view more)

Thu
22
Jun
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'Mru Folders', and 'Iconicity'

Mru Folders MRU Folders is a Task Tray application for opening Most Recently Used (MRU) folders in Explorer. http://users.adelphia.net/~mkelly2002/ Iconicity Iconicity is a Shell Extension to Align, Save and Restore Desktop Icon positions. ... http://users.adelphia.net/~mkelly2002/ (view more)

Sat
27
May
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7-Zip: Handle Compressed Files With Ease

File compression is a method used to make files smaller. Most often file compression (sometimes referred to as "archiving") is used to take a collection of files and pack them into a single, smaller file. For a good analogy: compressing a series of ... files would be similar to packing a suit case of clothing before a vacation trip: it's smaller, easier to transport, and when you arrive at your destination, you can unpack it. Compressed files are often used to save storage and for sending files over email because they take up less space and travel faster when they are "packed. ... (view more)

Tue
02
Aug
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Meta Commander File Manager Pro Review

Synopsis: Have you ever wondered why the 'Open' and 'Save As' windows *always* seem to open in the wrong folder whenever you're working on something (such as a document)? The next thing you have to do is figure out where you last opened your file, ... so that you can attain it once more. And what a pain in the butt that is! If you hate having to navigate through all those folders again and again, then you'll absolutely love 'Meta Commander File Manager Pro'! With its straightforward single-click technology, Meta Commander File Manager Pro allows you to access any file or folder on your computer, ... (view more)

Thu
21
Apr
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Undo Delete Review

Synopsis: Take full control of your PC! Undo Delete allows you to restore lost or accidentally deleted data in only a few seconds -- without the need to understand complexities of the Windows File System. Undo Delete helps you browse the content of ... your disk like you do it in Windows Explorer; restore full branch of folders containing selected files, or entire folders. Supports all Microsoft Windows file systems (FAT, FAT32, NTFS) for hard drives and floppy drives, memory drivers, and more! Undo Delete: Screenshots Click to view: Page 1 | Page 2. Undo Delete: Features Recovery from broken or ... (view more)

Thu
11
Nov
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Password protect Files and Folders?

Infopackets Reader Denise A. writes: " Hi Dennis, First let me say that I thoroughly enjoy your newsletter. What a wealth of information it is! I just finished reading Tuesday's Gazette article, ' restricting access to portions of the start menu ', ... for the sake of security. My question is this: can a folder or certain file be password protected? I am running Windows XP. " My response: If you own more than one computer and have a local area network, you can can restrict who has access to what by setting the "share" privileges on Folders. On the other hand: if you only own 1 ... (view more)

Thu
23
Sep
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System LifeGuard v2.0 Review

Since writing this newsletter, I have come across a handful of noteworthy applications aimed at streamlining a Windows PC. Some of the programs I've reviewed are very particular in nature and focus primarily on one task, while others are ... multi-utility oriented. What is System LifeGuard v2.0? System LifeGuard v2.0 is a Swiss Army Knife of essential PC maintenance. Developed by NeoByte Solutions, System LifeGuard v2.0 includes a comprehensive collection of utilities designed to dramatically improve the performance of a Windows PC by safely removing junk files and folders and invalid System ... (view more)

Wed
22
Sep
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Copy Multiple Folders but not Contents Onto a New Disk?

Infopackets Reader Cara J. writes: " Dear Dennis, I enjoy your newsletter greatly. I've been saving documentation on a 100 megabyte ZIP disk , which there are multiple folders I've created. I'm running out of space on this particular ZIP disk and ... will have to start using a new one soon. Question: is there a way to copy just the folders (and not the contents) from the first disk to a new one? I'm particular about the way I file my information and would like to use the same method on the new disk. Any help would be appreciated! " My response: This is an odd question, however, it is ... (view more)

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