I have a particular folder named 'Photos' where I store all my photographs. I regularly update this folder by copying in new photos from my camera SD card, Phone memory, etc. This is a huge folder ~ 200GBs so far and I would like a way to automatically back up this folder incrementally to an external hard drive.
I am very confused here. You see my HTC sensation 4g is pretty much defective, so the carrier asked to send it in for repairs. SO, What i did is all my files, folders and apps i put them in a folder on my pc. (keep in mind my phone was rooted). So now, i did a reset of the phone, and sent it in. I got my new phone now and want to put that folder i have on my pc with all the apps, files etc..
I have s Samsing S5. Does anyone know how to ADD APPS to the folders that have already been created in the apps drawer? For example, I have a games folder and I've added the apps. Then I download another game. How can I add that game to the folder? (I know that if I put the folder on the home screen I can hold the apps and drag them to the folder.
I have a Wordpress installation in a seperate folder on my server (meaning it is not in the root folder). Let's call that folder "folder A". I have a htaccess rewrite rule that maps Domain A to folder A. Inside folder A is the Wordpress admin folder, let's call it folder A.B. I tried mapping Domain B to folder A.B., but I can't get it to work properly.
I accidently deleted the folder responsible for keybindings, in gconf-editor it would be /apps/metacity/global_keybindings. I deleted the folder out of my home folder by accident. I'm trying to set some keybindings, but can't because I don't have access to that file anymore. How would I go about getting a default folder for that? I would assume it would be as easy as placing a new folder there.
I have an external HDD. I moved my C:\Users\MyUser\Videos folder to my HDD. Today I tried to rename a folder in Video folder then I found out that the hard is not listed in Computer so I detached it and attached it again and I saw a renamed folder that was unreachable (and the old folder wasn't there).