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I heard of this one earlier in the week and dived in right away.

ShadowProtect Desktop Edition 35% Competitive Upgrade Discount.

In regards to competitive Upgrades all image back up solutions classify.

Some examples are: Back up Exec System Recovery, Acronis True Image, Echo for Server and Small Business Server.

The order of the competitive product must have happened within the last 2 year and Storagecraft will need to see a copy of the invoice/license.

I can't find a link for this so, until one appears, interested parties can email [email protected] adding "Request for StorageCraft Competitive Upgrade" as the subject line.

Mine worked out at £41.49 including the dreaded VAT, still way more expensive than the competition but then, as I did, you may think it's well worth it.

I hope this is of use to somebody.



Probably a really daft question but here goes..

Has anybody ever come across any clipboard extender/note taking software that works from Windows Explorer context menu?

I had in mind something very simple just for plain text, something that functions almost exactly like notes in Opera but available via Explorer right click.

Any clues?

Cheers in advance,


General Software Discussion / Handy for quick notes?
« on: May 15, 2007, 08:17 AM »
Hi to all, my first post here so please be gentle  ;)

I was sorting out some problems with an Opera install yesterday (plug-ins 'fighting') and, as part of the fault-finding process, ended up systematically taking certain files out of the equation by re-naming 'em.

When I'm doing things like this I tend to drop plain text notes in the relevant folders so, at a later date, it's easy to see what changes have been made.
The note taking procedure can be rather time-consuming where many different folders are involved so I got to wondering if there was an easier way of doing things.

I found this little gem earlier - FileNote (scroll down a bit)

Description from the site -

"FileNote is a little shell extension that allows you to add textual descriptions to your files. It adds one command to the shell context menu of a file object. This command lets you easily edit or create a text file that has the same name as the initial file, but with the extension TXT.
For example, if you have a file, MyImage.jpg, you right-click on that file and choose the FileNote command from the context menu. A new text file called MyImage.txt is created and Notepad is opened to edit that text file. If a text file with that name already exists, it will be opened for viewing/editing."

It works a treat in XP, I hope you find it as useful as I do.



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