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  1. lehnerus2000's Avatar
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    W7 Ultimate SP1 (64 bit), LM 19.2 MATE (64 bit), W10 Home 1703 (64 bit), W10 Pro 1703 (64 bit) VM
       #30

    rmonroe36 said:
    Also @lehnerus2000. Ok, I have been "outboarded by you two . But I am of like-minded. I use Acronis and Terabytes Unlimited Image For Windows. Also use WD My Cloud with added external drive.
    As you might suspect, tracking done a particular file in all of that data is horrendously difficult. :)

    I could purge all of my old images (pre-last new hardware install) but that would probably only save a few hundred GB.
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  2. Posts : 276
    Windows 10 Insider Program, Linux Mint 19, Arcolinux, MX-17
       #31

    lehnerus2000 said:
    As you might suspect, tracking done a particular file in all of that data is horrendously difficult. :)
    Perchance, are you aware of Agent Ransack - a speedy, free file searching utility?
    Agent Ransack - Free File Searching Utility

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  3. Trust_No1's Avatar
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       #32

    I don't see how anyone could declare this beta as their main OS, it has no App management what-so-ever, that is just silly.
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  4. lehnerus2000's Avatar
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       #33

    rmonroe36 said:
    Perchance, are you aware of Agent Ransack - a speedy, free file searching utility?
    Agent Ransack - Free File Searching Utility
    I'm not (I've seen it mentioned in various threads on SevenForums).

    It can search inside HDD images?

    Still, the problem is more likely to be that I have forgotten the name than which folder a file is in. :)
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  5. A Guy's Avatar
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       #34

    It won't search inside backup images unless they are mounted I believe (I don't think anything can). A Guy
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  6. johnwillyums's Avatar
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       #35

    I was going to do a re-install of Windows 7 HP anyway, as my existing installation had some problems.
    Instead, I just went ahead and installed Windows 10 developer preview.
    That was two weeks ago, and I've had a busy fortnight, with three important photo shoots, and hundreds of images to process.
    For this I've been using Adobe Lighroom, Photoshop, NikEfexPro, and Google Picasa.
    I've also been using Ebay a lot, social networking (G+ and Facebook), general browsing, streaming TV, usual email etc, and interacting with a couple of Android devices.

    Everything has run very smoothly, and I have not had any issues. I'd almost forgotten I was running "beta" software.
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  7. badrobot's Avatar
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       #36

    Trust_No1 said:
    I don't see how anyone could declare this beta as their main OS, it has no App management what-so-ever, that is just silly.
    It doesn't mean we deleted our main OS. We mean we try to use it as a day to day OS whenever possible. For other important and sensitive tasks, we just reboot to the official ones (Win 7 in my case).

    You can't test an OS by just installing it and browsing through it. You have to use it the way you use your regular OS to see if things are working the same way or not.
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  8. Fahadking07's Avatar
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       #37

    No one should expect that all insiders will read whatever Microsoft Developers said. It is a sure thing, usually many people don't care about whatever is written. They simply download, install and use without keeping some points or instructions in mind. And later, if something happens, they will be first to blame Microsoft. Isn't that rude ?? Actually it became habit of majority. We all should have a backup!
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  9. Posts : 276
    Windows 10 Insider Program, Linux Mint 19, Arcolinux, MX-17
       #38

    lehnerus2000 said:
    It can search inside HDD images?. :)
    Found this on their site:
    Basic searches are relatively easy. You choose all or part of a file name to search for, optional text within a file, and the drive or directory to search. Agent Ransack can dig into binary files, including .exe files, to pull out matching text, but can't search within .zip files or other archives (for that you'll need the paid version of the software, FileLocator Pro).

    If interested you might shoot them the question - I have not had the need to do that and as suggested by A Guy, I mount the image.

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  10. Trust_No1's Avatar
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       #39

    badrobot said:
    It doesn't mean we deleted our main OS. We mean we try to use it as a day to day OS whenever possible. For other important and sensitive tasks, we just reboot to the official ones (Win 7 in my case).

    You can't test an OS by just installing it and browsing through it. You have to use it the way you use your regular OS to see if things are working the same way or not.
    I guess that is why I can't use it daily, we use Media Center extensively, and it isn't available for TP, so it is kind of useless to us otherwise.
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