Something like a file system monitor. Say I install, for a perfect example, .NET 3.5, and I want to see where all of the files were actually placed. This app would ideally just go "ok, all the recently installed files on the filesystem are in this location" and I could see where everything went...
If there is one thing that gets me about MS stuff is that it's spread out EVERYWHERE. I know that when I write a Java program, everything that is Java is in C:\program files\java. I know that with python, everything that is python is in C:\python (This is my drive I'm talking about). But what IS...
For instance, if I buy a Vostro 1500 with XP Professional, will I get an actual XP Pro CD? Or will I get some sort of Dell CD where I follow some convoluted process and then I end up with XP Pro on my laptop?
Simplified, is the XP CD pure or is it a Dell hybrid thing?
I just got a DS Lite as part of a trade and I'm not sure what to do with it. I'm not interested in any of the top 10 DS games at 1up.com which I think is a bad sign. What else can I do with my DS? Any ideas? Even things very far from gaming but still utilizing the DS would be cool.
Well I ended up using JCreator for now.
As an example of what I'm looking for, has anyone ever used Geany? You just hit "compile" and it compiles the text files you are working on and runs them. That's all it does and it's great. Maybe I'll just code in Linux..
Something like a fully integrated IDE but I don't need all those features.
I'd like tabbed browsing and all I want is a button that compiles all the files I'm working on and runs one. Is there anything simple like that or do I have to get a big ole IDE? I'm working with Java. I know eclipse...
Good to know. Thanks for the prompt reply. Based on what you said I think it's the iPod that won't charge. Is that bad? It seems like it.
I was just using my iPod the other day. I let it run till it turned off (probably where I made my mistake) and now it won't charge.
My iPod refuses to charge via USB. I don't have iTunes installed nor do I have the iPod software installed. All I have is Anapod.
I plug my iPod in via USB and it just doesn't charge at all. It'll just sit there with an apple on the screen until kingdom come.
Deleting the registry entries didn't work =/
I found them all where you told me and deleted all of them that had to do with iTunes and iPod, but all 3 entries are still in the add/remove programs list.
Any more ideas before I install that program?