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    You can also print to an XPS document. You should...

    You can also print to an XPS document. You should be able to copy from there.
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    I can't be bothered to make frequent system...

    I can't be bothered to make frequent system images. I make 2 or 3 that contain the bulk of the installed software that I care about with the computer in pristine condition. If I have to do a restore,...
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    alan.b - when I get a new computer, I partition...

    alan.b - when I get a new computer, I partition the C: drive into a C: and D: drive. I then move my documents, music, videos, desktop, and downloads folders to a users folder that I create on the D:...
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    Lou, You asked whether you will be able to...

    Lou,
    You asked whether you will be able to reopen your saved work. I hope you have copies of your work saved in more than one location. If you don't, sooner or later you WILL lose it - guaranteed.
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    You only need 3d party partition manager if you want to manage partitions

    Sorry to disagree about Windows 7's partitioning capabilities, but I have found them to be limited to the point of uselessness every time I have tried to use them. Since Windows will not move files...
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    I have had problems on prior versions of Windows...

    I have had problems on prior versions of Windows getting the system to copy a name change throughout. What I have done (the brute force method) is to create a new user account with the name I want,...
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    Sometimes Thunderbird has problems if it's trying...

    Sometimes Thunderbird has problems if it's trying to reference a mail profile that's in the wrong place. You need to locate the following file: C:\users\yourusername\appdata\Roaming\Thunderbird\. ...
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