Tag Archives: Windows

Cygwin and the unreadable files

I have a PC which has been upgraded from Windows 7 to Windows 10. At some point during one of the upgrades, some accounts have been “upgraded”. It all looks seamless until you take a look with Cygwin, which I … Continue reading

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Windows enhancements to improve useability

There are plenty of user-interface enhancements for Windows, including tools to display useful information on the desktop background, automatically resize windows, mount network drives via ssh and write disk images, and each has its place – more on those in … Continue reading

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