ShadowKit v1.3 has been released. This is all bug fixes. Highly recommend upgrading. Download *I’m now providing stand alone exe for portable use. You will still need .Net 4 installed run it. To review Changelog *Major bug fix related to clicking export on an empty directory. If you do so windows dumped a directory from the
ShadowKit v1.2 has been released. This version includes bug fixes and a few minor user interface enhancements. Below is list of changes in the new version. Changelogv1.2Bug Squashing-Added double quotes to CSV output for better data handling.-Added header to CSV output.-Added cleanup of temp files created by file open, clean at application exit.UI changes-Extension filter
So I have been hearing about iTunes Match for a while and I decided to go with it to get my huge music collection upgraded and cleaned. However, If you experience anything like I did with iTunes Match then iTunes consistently crashed over and over while trying to match songs over a week of hell..
This is a first glance at accessing Shadow Copies (VSS) natively in Windows 7. Did you know that you can access Shadows from the Previous Versions tab from the drive letter (root) in Windows 7? That’s right, ding ding. This came as a surprise to me as well. I stumbled across this unintentionally. When on
I had a case settle recently and needed to wipe some scratch disks with oem partitions. In the process of trying to use DISKPART to remove partitions I came across CLEAN. It states it will zero every sector on the disk.. From technet:DiskPart Command-Line Options“Removes any and all partition or volume formatting from the disk
ShadowKit – Working with Disk Images Guide v1 – Mounting an image. The easiest and best way to access Windows 7’s Volume Shadow Copies with ShadowKitis an easy three step process that should work in 9 out of 10 cases. ———————————————————————————— Step 1 Export your image to a single raw image file (akadd). Do not
Ram-disks and an excellent Windows7 SSD Tweaks guide Ram disks have been around a while but not in the Windows world. They are not natively supported but I have recently stumbled across a great tool courtesy of the people over at the OCZ Forums on SSD’s. The guide they put together is to help people