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  1. In Windows 7 I was able to move public folders...

    In Windows 7 I was able to move public folders when I booted into Safe mode. Worth a try in Windows 10.
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    Compacting Folders

    In addition to Emptying Trash have you tried Compacting Folders.

    My understanding is that Empty Trash just marks entries for deletion and does not actually release the space. Compacting Folders...
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    Windows will definitely overwrite GRUBs boot...

    Windows will definitely overwrite GRUBs boot information. I have a dual boot Ubuntu/Windows system and signed up for the Windows 10 Technical Preview. Consequently I got used to restoring GRUB after...
  4. Repair or replace 5 year old Dell Studio laptop

    I have a 5 year old Dell Studio 1537 laptop. Like many Dell Studios the hinges and power switches have a very weak design and have failed. Consquently the laptop will not power up. All data is...
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    I've had great luck with ink cartridges purchased...

    I've had great luck with ink cartridges purchased on Amazon. There is a company called eForCity that sells cartridges for my Canon Mx870. The actual manufacturer is G & G. I bought 2 sets of with...
  6. The WRT54G series was one of the most widely used...

    The WRT54G series was one of the most widely used Linksys/Cisco routers out there. Its a good product and if it is working you got a really good deal at $5.00. The router will work for your...
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    Import .vcf files to email client

    You can also import .vcf or .vcard files into most email clients. I use Thunderbird and regularly input contact information using .vcf files that have been forwarded to me. The same goes for the...
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    An update. I have found a candidate to replace...

    An update. I have found a candidate to replace Live Mesh. It is an open source project called FreeFileSync and is available on Sourceforge.net. It had positive reviews in LifeHacker, SourceForge...
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    Replacing Live Mesh

    I use Live Mesh to sync a file between several PCs in our household. Since the file is frequently updated and is about 3GB in size we do not want to automatically upload it to Skydrive or any other...
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