Windows 10: Hidden char in file name showed by command dir
Hidden char in file name showed by command dir
In tracking a bug in app, I discovered something very odd.
I have a strange file name in a directory.
If I do a dir command the file name appearing is not the same as with Win Explorer! Even the copy paste from the console removes the extra char.
Nothing unusual about it. These are two different programs that render file names differently, using different APIs (and not even mentioning that they probably use different fonts). If you have a weird/illegal character in the file name, it is not surprising to see this kind of inconsistency between applications.
I have new mouse with more buttons.
In mode 1 I added to two buttons functions Copy and Paste.
I want to use else one button to Paste shortcut to file.
This function is in Explorer and I don't know keystroke, if any has...
Please Ms FIX the 260 char directory+filename limitation. I can't copy loads of music files on windows and if you've got 2 - 3 TB of music files I'm not going on a massive renaming job - in any case I want to preserve tagging and track...
I have a batch command to back up a subdirectory:
xcopy "C:\All\*" "E:\Allback\*" /E /Q
How can I hide the command window during the execution?
I'm using combination as mentioned in the title. Recently I realized I cannot type "ą" char (right Alt + A). I guess it's some kind of shortcut, since it sometimes pastes my clipboard into text fields.
Is there any way to deactivate...
When Windows 10 downloads an esd file with Windows Update, before installing it, Windows must decrypt it.
What command used to do this?