If I’ve remembered it correctly, IE7 in Windows Vista is the first Internet Explorer that uses super hidden folder to cache web page content.
For those who use English version of Windows and occasionally work with files contain non-Unicode characters (e.g. Chinese characters) will find it difficult and frustrate.
Every day the Windows Bing app downloads new photo from the Internet to repaint its background image, but do you know where does the Bing app save all these daily images in your local hard disk?
There is a trick to create a date folder (i.e. a folder that uses date as folder name) from context menu (a.k.a. right-click menu)?
Linux users who work on command prompt should know what this grep command is. In short, we use grep command to find files or lines in files that contain the search pattern.
You know that
uname -aonly prints the Linux kernel version as well as CPU architecture (e.g. 32/64bit), it doesn’t tell you the Linux distribution name and its release number.
Imagine that tape drive is not available and the local disk space is not enough for creating a full database backup. Can you mount a shared folder and create database backup to this network resource?