Export Files from Google Page Creator [Google Operating System]
wmic process get description,executablepath
To list the processes on another computer, execute the following command:
wmic /node:<computer name> process get description,executablepath
Where computer name is the name of the desired computer.
to generate a textfile, execute the following (make sure to change the output path to your liking):
wmic /output:d:\process.txt process get description,executablepath
wmic /node:<computer name> /output:d:\process.txt process get description,executablepathIf you are trying to find out what services are needed on your system so you can disable the unnecessary ones, a good place to start is by checking the current list of running processes on your computer. By using the command line, you can quickly generate a list of all running processes and the service(s) associated with each process.
Firefox 3 doesn't store your bookmarks in the plain old HTML file that Firefox 2 did, so desktop launchers like Quicksilver and Launchy can't index them properly. But the HackCollege blog has a solution: a Firefox 3
about:config tweak that makes Firefox automatically export your bookmarks to a file. Change the
browser.bookmarks.autoExportHTML value from false to true to get a
bookmarks.html file saved to your Firefox profile directory each time you shut down your browser.
Indexing Firefox 3.0 Bookmarks with Quicksilver [HackCollege]
We talked about Finder earlier. Google Desktop is a great tool for keeping a comprehensive index of your desktop. So comprehensive that it create GBs of index file on your precious C: drive. As you know, keeping your C: drive full is sure way for a dead slow machine. We have always wondered why Google have not given an option to set the location for the index files. But there is a way to change the location of the bloaty search index files.
- By default the index is stored in:
C:\Documents and Settings\USERNAME\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Google Desktop Search
where USERNAME is your username on the computer. Local Settings is a hidden folder, you’ll have
unhide it. If you are unsure how to unhide a file or directory read this .
- Make sure you exit the Google Desktop Search application before proceeding.
- Now, drag the WHOLE folder titled "Google Desktop Search" to a new drive or partition with lots of space. Lets say "D" so now your search files will be in the folder "D:\Google Desktop Search"
- Next, click Start - Run - type regedit. Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Google\Google Desktop
- change the value of data_dir to D:\Google Desktop Search.
- Exit out of regedit and restart the Google Desktop search.
- You’re done and your search index in now moved.
Free utility DK Finder is a resource-light desktop search application that indexes your hard drive for fast searching. DK Finder sets itself apart with a tiny footprint (around 3MB running, 1MB in the system tray), advanced filtering options, and file operations (like batch copying and moving files). Like any desktop search app, the initial index will take some time. Once DK Finder finishes indexes your drive, it provides nearly instantaneous results. DK Finder is a free download for Windows only.
The Using Mac blog posts a selection of 50 beautiful nature-themed desktop wallpaper images that will work on any system.
Some other wallpaper collections from the same source :
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