Yes, yes, of course, of course.
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Looks complicated. Hmmm, where could I find this python script?-Biffle (August 16, 2016, 05:40 AM)
Just use RoboCopy (included with Windows):
robocopy <source> <dest> /CREATE /E /np /nfl /ndl /njh /njs
It'll do it in a few seconds.-4wd (August 16, 2016, 09:31 PM)
Or what kind of portable did you mean?Without installation, without adding entries to the registry, files to C:.
P.S. if the context menu doesn't work (which usually does for me, even on Win10), you can also access the options by running Clock.exe /propThank you, I do not know where to enter it and I also have to close the clock by stopping the task in the Task Manager, cannot find another way, that somehow let the symbols in the system tray disappear and then display again, do not know what that mean.
I haven't tried Win 10. But on Win 7, you right-click the clock, then choose "T-Clock Properties."Thank you, yes, I had tried it, but there does not appear a context menu.
Biffle, Windows 10 insider version? Or release?Oops, I have never heard of such versions, do not know what's the differnece, but I have Windows 10 Home, 64bit.
the insider version is currently quite troublesome if it comes to T-ClockAlright, that's a pity, well, OK, so I then will remove the progarm. Is there a portable alternative?