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  1. Is there a way to print the Windows Explorer list of files of what's on a drive (flash, subfolder, etc.)I would just like to have a quick way to find which drive has the file I am looking for.
  2. I recently bought a Canon 6D. And trust me, it rocks. But when I put the sd in my laptop, it shows only the .jpegs in a little preview,the raw files arent shown, other then the file name and a standard Windows Explorer picture. How do I get Windows to show me also the RAW pictures without clicking to open them, and also without openening a third party program like Lightroom or photoshop?
  3. I can't be alone out there but is there a way to permanently get rid of the annoying "Speed up browsing by disabling add-ons" message that appears at the bottom of IE9 everytime you launch? Thanks
  4. Beyond_Life

    Grabbing tabs within IE8

    We all got Thin Clients here at the office, with Windows 7 and IE8. But with Chrome and Firefox, its possible to grab a tab and pull it out of the window, creating a new window with that tab. But thats not possible with IE8. Or is there a workaround?