And leaves the genetically enhanced, disinfectant-proof 1% to breedNo offense taken. Reminded me a bit of DOMESTOS which kills all known
germs! Or is it 99 % of all known germs?
Nor was I. But WikIP seems to think it is. I thought it wasHad to look up Clorox as I was not aware of the product/brand!
Yes, you can. Just be sure you don't use a Label to rename a DriveYou can "name" any folder as a drive letter.
Some people get off on a P:/ drive.
I agree with Clorox. That is a very well written article that treats
a very difficult subject gently. Excellent job, Mr. Blake.
Yes, in the USA, Clorox is almost as well-known as Coca-Cola. I thought itHad to look up Clorox as I was not aware of the product/brand!
No offense taken. Reminded me a bit of DOMESTOS which kills all knownBloddy, stupid, damned, irritating *SPELLCHECKERS* and the utter
*idiots* who don't see them changing things behind our backs! (Me, I
Sorry, choro, *I* typed your 'nym correctly, I just missed the damned
spellchecker helpfully "correcting" it for me.
No offense intended.
Now if only they used the Chinese character set instead of the English
alphabet! I gather there are 20,000 characters in the Chinese alphabet.
The only problem with imaging a single partition HD is the size of theNice sensible advice. Thx!
No; just the used parts.Juan said:choro has written on 9/15/2013 3:34 PM:
The only problem with imaging a single partition HD is the size of the
image. Don't you run out of space on the destination drive pretty
quickly? (I've inferred that imaging copies the entire partition rather
than just the blocks that are in use.)
The nice thing abut the sync programs (there are others besides the twoI will look into this AllWaySync and see if it will serve me better than
XXcopy. I've commented on XXcopy, its ease of use and speed of action,
to say nothing of its tailorability, once you have written the simple
DOS commands. But anything is worth trying once. Who knows, I might
discard XXcopy! This would be like going into a new relationship while
having a long standing steady relationship with all the dangers that it
Or you could put the commands into a batch file and run that.And because I have the commands on a Word doc file with a shortcut on my
desktop, all I have to do is open the Word document, click in the margin
of the command line to select and copy the command and then paste the
command at the Command prompt. The possibilities are more or less
limitless. It is all done by choosing your parameters.
And frequently the process compresses the data as well (MacriumNo; just the used parts.
You can also mount a drive (a partition too, I think) as a folder, atYou can "name" any folder as a drive letter. Simply r-click it, select
Properties, Sharing, Share, Select Everyone from the pull down and set
R/W. Then in the Tools menu in Windows Explorer, select "Map network
drive" to give the letter of choice to the shared folder.
I looked it up a year or two back, since I also believed that the numberThe number isn't clear, but it's considerably more than 20,000.
Probably somewhere in the 40,000 - 80,000 range.
But still, wouldn't be nice to have a drive whose "letter" meansAnd note that this isn't an alphabet. Those characters aren't letters;
they are actually much more like words.
Exactly. I have a 1GB C partition. Windows shows it as having 87GB used.Juan said:Ed Cryer has written on 9/16/2013 3:26 PM:
So the image is smaller than the partition?
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