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FreeMove 1.3.0.0
FreeMove 1.3.0.0 Move directories (even from one drive to another) freely without breaking installations or shortcuts If a program installs on C:\ by default or you want to move the installation folder of a program to somewhere else without breaking it you can use this program. How It works The files are moved to the new location A directory junction is created from the old location to the new one. This way trying to access a file from its old location will simply redirect to the new one Usage Run the executable and use the GUI If you want to move from or to a directory, like those contained in C:\Program Files, which requires administrative privileges, run the program as an administrator or it won't work! Recommendations You should not move important system directories as they can break core functionalities like Windows Update and Windows Store Apps. C:\Users - C:\Documents and Settings - C:\Program Files - C:\Program Files (x86) should not be moved. If you wish to do It anyway do it at your own risk. To move the directory back refer to the last part of the readme. However moving directories contained in the previously mentioned directories should not cause any problem. So you are free to move C:\Program Files\HugeProgramIDontWantOnMySSD without any problem. Uninstalling moved programs To uninstall you a program you should proceed as you would do normally without deleting the junction. This way the uninstaller will delete all the files It needs to (even if they are in the new location) and leave the junction file and an empty directory where you moved the program which you can choose to delete manually or not (they take up almost no space) Moving back a program Delete the junction (this won't delete the content) in the old position and move the directory back to its original ...
5/5 37 Jul 21, 2017
Luca imDema
Stop Resetting My Apps 1.3.0.0
Stop Resetting My Apps 1.3.0.0 As you may have already experienced, Windows 10 may periodically reset the default apps. The reset action usually takes place after a Windows update or an update of one of the Windows built-in apps such as Microsoft Edge, Photos or Groove Music. It may also be caused by a third party program. Default apps are the programs that are executed by default when you open a file or protocol. Resetting them without your consent can be extremely unconvenient, because it can take a lot of work to set them up again. Stop Resetting My Apps helps you to work around this issue by preventing some of those built-in apps from being set as the default apps. This does not affect the functionality of those apps. How it works Stop Resetting My Apps was designed to be straight forward and does not require any expertise. You just need to click or tap the tile of the built-in app you want to block. To unblock an app, just click or tap its tile again. Changes are instantly applied. When an app is blocked, it can not be set as the default app for any file extension or protocol. Stop Resetting My Apps will then display an icon overlay over that app's tile, allowing you to easily identify which apps are currently blocked. The icon overlay looks like this: Apps whose tile has the overlay are blocked, apps without the overlay are not blocked. Still not sure of what to block? Just block all the apps you don't use. If you decide to start using them later, you can unblock them just as easy. When you're done blocking default apps, just close Stop Resetting My Apps.
5/5 21 Feb 21, 2018
Carifred
   
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