How to copy a list of files from Windows Explorer 1. Open Windows Explorer and locate the folder for which you need a file list. 2. Hold the “Shift” key, right-click the folder and select “Open Command Window Here.” This only works with folders, not libraries. 3. Type “dir /b > dirlist.txt” without quotes and press “Enter.” This creates a list containing file names only. To include file sizes and dates, type “dir > dirlist.txt” instead. To also include files in sub-directories, type “dir /b /s > dirlist.txt” to create a list of files with the full directory structure name, such as “C:foldersubdirectoryfile.txt.” When you have done this you will find a text file in the folder dirlist.txt however you can name it whatever you wish.
Quick way how to Get PDF files or any files from your Laptop/Desktop Computer to your Tablet The easiest was is to send them as an email attachment to your other device.
Resizing images You can find a very simple but useful Image Resizer add-on for Windows herehttp://www.bricelam.net/ImageResizer/ Once installed you only have right click on an image and select “Resize pictures”
You then get the following menu
Follow the “Advanced options” to set how the new image is saved.
Next month we hope to have a “play” with Microsoft Flight Simulator.