Mapping network folders to Windows Libraries

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Say you’ve got a network share with all your music on it. Adding it to a Windows 8 library so you can access it from Windows Music seems like it’ll be simple, right? Well, not quite.

Mapping the network drive and attempting to add it gives you this error: Image

This network location can’t be included because it is not indexed. Well, that’s helpful. Continue reading

Move PuTTY settings to another computer

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As an extreme nerd, I spend a lot of time either SSH’d or telnetted in to various servers around the world. I’ve tried a lot of different clients over the years, but nothing comes close to the simplicity and effectiveness of PuTTY. It works, it works well and it’s free. These things combined means it’s always one of the first applications I install on a new Windows machine.

But there’s no config file or list of settings you can simply copy from one machine to another. So how do you take your server list with you?

Simple. Continue reading