The capacity of mobile phone storage is increasing from time to time. Now, you can even put Windows 7 installation files into your phone and then use it to install Windows 7 in your computer machine. It is James O’Neill that has tried this method. By using his Windows Mobile Phone, he tried to find out if it is even possible to install Windows 7 from a mobile phone. Neil used HTC Touch Pro 2 running Windows Mobile 6.5 for this test. If you want to see how he did it, then watch the demo video below. Make sure that you have sufficient storage capacity on your mobile phone before following the steps shown in this video. More »Tags: windows 7
Adding “copy to folder” and “move to folder” options to the context menu of Windows explorer can be done easily in one click. No software installation, no registry tweaking, no code writing. All you have to do is just a single press on a button.
Context Power does it. Click the Add “Copy To” button in the main window of the program and the command will be added instantly to the right-click menu of Windows explorer. Click the other buttons and the result will take effect immediately as well.
A dead simple freeware but useful if you want to copy or move files and folders without leaving the current folder. If you are a Windows XP or Windows 98 user, you can use it.freeware, Windows Explorer