Here you will find many productivity tips that will make you more productive.
If you have stored a lot of files in various subdirectories and you don’t have time to move them up manually which could take hours, you can use this command prompt trick to copy all files to a new folder and save a lot of time
Keeping two folders and all their files in sync can be useful in a lot of situations, and fortunately, it’s very easy to do that in Windows using Microsoft’s own free SyncToy utility.
Read this guide if you want to quickly locate text within files. With this tool you can find text in a matter of seconds
Running programs at startup in Windows is pretty easy, but there are actually several ways to do it, each of them being better suited for different purposes.
The Windows Task Scheduler has been around since the days of Windows XP, and most of the time it was just quietly sitting in the shadows, doing it’s job. Most users don’t know about it, but it’s quite a useful tool for automation.
If you want to add a “Copy To / Move To” option to your Windows 7 Right-Click Menu, follow this guide
If you want to copy command line output to the Windows clipboard directly, read this quick productivity tip
Locating strings is easy using notepad++, but sometimes it’s more practicable to use the command prompt to locate strings, here’s how to do that
The navigation pane of the Windows explorer is actually quite useful. If you want to expand to the current folders follow this guide
If you are always running out of disk space, here’s a great tool to locate huge files and free a lot of disk space QUICKLY
If you want enhance your typing productivity, you may want to change the keyboard repeat delay, repeat rate and the cursor blink rate
Sometimes you may want to ZIP a lot of files but create separate archives for each file in a directory. In that case, read on
A lot of people write batch scripts to optimize and customize their PC’s and the integrated features. For example, with the following tips you can hide desktop icons via command line and then put it all in a batch script
Here’s another productivity tip that I wanted to share with you: Searching within text files that are stored in nested subfolders using one of my favorite must-have editors Notepad++