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I've tested a few now and settled with "FolderChangesView"-highend01 (April 25, 2021, 12:31 AM)
Welcome to the Open-Shell-Menu Open-Shell
Originally Classic Shell by Ivo Beltchev
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Classic style Start Menu for Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10
Toolbar for Windows Explorer
Classic copy UI (Windows 7 only)
Show file size in Explorer status bar
Title bar and status bar for Internet Explorer
Ordinarysoft's family of Start Menu replacementsThe Pro version is under $10. The above is the blurb for Start Menu X, their latest version, but they also offer:
Start Menu X with Start Button
Start Menu X is a replacement of the system menu for professionals. Compatible with Windows 10.
Power users know how inconvenient and time-consuming it is to launch programs from the system menu.
We have created a solution for you!
Group programs by purpose (office applications, graphics, etc) without changing their location on the hard drive.
The PRO version allows you to assign a primary program to any folder and start it simply by clicking this folder.
Customize the menu to your taste! Change the structure and add tabs.
From Windows XP up to Windows 10 (32 and 64 bit)
("Are you missing the Windows 7 Menu Classic?")Vista Start Menu
I don't want to have to run a whole program just to grab a few files off my desktop and put them into a folder once in a while.Which is exactly what you will be doing. I don't understand why you're resistant to using a good general-purpose file manager, especially as there are plenty of good free ones.-Jasong222 (April 07, 2021, 04:22 PM)
Automatically organize files based on their propertiesSee their short video on that page. It's payware, and not dirt cheap either, though it's been on discount at Bits du Jour a few times. Also, I wonder if there's too much assembly required for ad hoc jobs.
Copywhiz for Windows lets you automatically copy files to an organized folder structure.
It can create the folder structure based on the file attributes such as file name, date, size, extension, type and also mp3 metadata (Album, Artist, Genre etc).
Thank you for telling me you're not interested in participating in this.Sarcasm and rudeness have no place on DonationCoder. This isn't social media or Usenet.-Jasong222 (April 07, 2021, 04:22 PM)
you should use this opportunity to blow away acdsee.As I read the OP, it isn't intended for that, but as a fast convenient helper for other programs. I really like the virtual folders by date, and it's commendably fast. Mouser's Media Browser has some useful features, but I find it odd that you access them from the thumbnail, rather than the larger image. Also it calls Windows File Explorer, which is never going to be my favourite file manager. It would be nice if it could pass the file name+path to whatever file manager (FM) you specified. Failing that, a very useful feature in Faststone Image Viewer is the ability to press [C] for [Copy an image], and have it pop up a dialog of target directories, see screenshot. That cuts out a lot of the need for an FM.-superboyac (March 05, 2021, 09:23 PM)
Acdsee is slow though. Everything is just kind of sluggish.Don't overlook that WinCatalog can catalogue image files and store thumbnails. It's pretty quick at indexing and very fast at displaying and browsing, though again it calls Windows File Manager for file management functions. The database can be quite large.-superboyac (March 05, 2021, 09:23 PM)
laptop has a couple of USB 3.0 slots and I do have a fast thumb drive that I've been using. Of course it sticks out of the side, daring me to break it off.Been there, made that mistake Slots at the back of the laptop especially invite destruction. Two possible palliatives; a right-angle-bend USB adaptor, and/or an extension cable, both cheap on eBay.-kunkel321 (February 27, 2021, 08:13 PM)
with the bump feature, a user would have to move their mouse over to the bump zone while with the clipbar a glance is all it takes to see what is in the clipboard currently.-saumu (February 25, 2021, 05:39 PM)
will let you easily copy multiple clips into a stack (queue), and then paste them back out individually (or as a block) in a First-In-First-Out (FIFO) orderwould help?
rjbull's suggestion would be a solution to the issue of the stay on top clipboard window being always visible but there is also a chance of accidentally showing the window when going about your business around the desktop.So there is, but it's usually minimised by making the "bump zone" small. See attached image, which is a narrow slice of my screen with the bump zone for PowerPro-saumu (February 22, 2021, 01:52 PM)
For a while now I've been considering making a small stay-on-top window that shows your most recent clips. Do you feel strongly this needs to be in the taskbar? What if it just floated somewhere on your screen, would that be good enough?Maybe you could optionally make it "hide" at a screen edge, with a narrow line to show where it is, and "bump" the line to show full size?-mouser (February 19, 2021, 05:01 AM)
Mort by Terry Pratchett. A nice (and not too big) hardback.enjoyed that to the end and went for the second in the series -- "Reaper Man". It's a bit all over the shop (almost halfway through). Definitely not as good as the first
about 70 pages in -- a very easy and entertaining read so far. My first book by Pratchett.-tomos (January 26, 2021, 04:47 PM)-tomos (February 18, 2021, 04:34 AM)
Convert handwritten notes to computer text
I write a monthly commentary for a small local newspaper and blog extensively. For years I have been looking for a way to convert my script into text that I can load into Word. My astute brother-in-law sent me a RocketbookEverlast Notebook ($30) and the closer I looked into it I realized that this may be the tool I have been looking for.
CSVFileView is a simple CSV file viewer / converter utility that allows you to easily view the content of CSV or tab-delimited file created by NirSoft utilities or by any other software, in a simple table viewer. You can sort the lines according to one of the fields, remove unwanted fields and change their order, and then save the result back into CSV file, tab-delimited file, XML file, or HTML report.
CSVFileView cannot load extremely large csv files.
TableTextCompare is a small utility that allows you to easily compare 2 tab-delimited or comma-delimited (csv) files, and find out the difference between the 2 files. You can use this tool for comparing 2 different snapshots of data, created by other NirSoft utilities, like DriverView, ServiWin, USBDeview, CurrPorts, WirelessNetView, ShellExView, and many others...Looks like a "diff" for CSV files.
For example, You can use DriverView utility to save 2 snapshots of loaded drivers list into a tab-delimited file, and then use TableTextCompare to easily find out which device drivers were added, removed, or changed since the time that the first snapshot was taken.
TableTextCompare can make the comparison even if the records of the 2 files are not sorted in the same order, or if the fields are not positioned in the same order.
Yes. Hi-Q MP3 Recorder Pro does that.It's not free, but it's only $19.90.
The program captures audio from the 'Stereo Mix' audio device.
Check the link bellow to learn how to enable your 'Stereo Mix' audio device:
So check if your 'Stereo Mix' device is enabled and then download Hi-Q
MP3 Recorder Pro from here:
The application records the audio you hear and allows you to edit it,
cut, trim, split, join, and apply fade-in, fade-out, volume gain or
reduction, equalization, bass, treble.
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