I have the same problem> i went to right click on the driver name to copy the url address but the only option is to "show details and hide update?" what am i doing wrong?
Also can anyone help with stopping explorer opening stupid popups? is it to do with the cookie securtiy settings? i dont know but im affraid of loosing all my data if i restore the defaults? i think im just confused.... i have spybot and avg and they wont stop the popups do i have a virus or is it just the settings? i deleated a compontent of windows ( managment and monitoring tools )because i thought it was causing problems but i think the fact i removed it caused a domino effect of problems..... im learning still and this is a difficult lesson....
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One way: When you access your video, I presume you are online when viewing it?
Navigate your cursor to the web address line
Left click 1 time
The complete address should appear AND be highlited
If not, right click... You should get some sub commands?
If yes, choose: 'Select All'
It should now be completely highlited
Now Right click again,
You have now temporarily saved the web address of your video to the Clipboard. Open a word / note processor.
i.e. - Word, Word Perfect, Notepad, Word Pad, Works Processor, etc. now... Start a NEW Document. You should now be in an active new document. You will now "Paste".
Either Right click, then choose Paste and Left click to bring your saved web address/URL of your video.
You should now SAVE this new document, name it what you wish.
Or you can paste by holding down the control key and hit "V". Same result.
Now just navigate to this saved document at any time to copy and paste to your friends, social media, etc.
When you have a website that you visit often, its better to create a shortcut on desktop Rather than always searching for it Here is the step by step instruction on how to create website shortcut on desktop1.Right click on empty space of the desktop2.Navigate to NEW-> Shortcut
3.A shortcut wizard will open up You have to enter the URL ( website address) of the website.You can type it manually or you can copy and paste it from address bar.
After entering the URL, Click Next, Enter the name of the shortcut .
Now you can see the short cut on the desktop. once you double click on it, it will take you to the website.
Reset a notebook that won't sync
If the notebook that won't sync is stored on OneDrive or on newer versions of SharePoint, try opening the notebook in OneNote Online. This can help determine if the problem is caused by the server or by OneNote.
In OneNote, click File > Info.
Right-click the URL shown below the name of the affected notebook, and click Copy.
In your web browser, click inside the address box, and press Ctrl+V to paste the copied URL.
Press Enter to load the notebook in OneNote Online.
Open a web page Right click in the top of screen select the
add to your screen toolbar File Edit View Favorites Tools
Open your hotmail right click select Add to Favorites. Then you can access your Hotmail through Favorites drop down list.
If you have multiple Hotmail accounts, you can create a
shortcut icon for each of the accounts on the desktop.
This allows you to quickly launch the specific login page
for each email account without having to reenter or remember each email
Log in to your Hotmail account. Place the cursor in the
address bar and highlight the URL.
Right-click and select "Copy." 2
Right-click on an empty space of the desktop and select
"New" and then "Shortcut."
The "Create Shortcut" wizard launches. 3
Right-click inside "Type the location of the item"
field and select "Paste."
The URL of your Hotmail account is pasted as the location of
Click "Next." 4
Type a name for the icon in the "Type a name for this
shortcut" field and click "Finish."
The Hotmail shortcut icon appears on the desktop.
Double-click the Hotmail icon to log in and access your
Repeat Steps 1 through 4 for each Hotmail account you want
to create an icon for on the desktop.
And then you can download a program called "Driver genius" from link
it is a trial program for 15 days
dont worry we only need it for 5 minutes
Install & run the program & in the windows click on the update the drivers
It will check & it will give the window with the drives that needs to be updated & it will not update a it is a trial one.
So you just right click on the driver name, you will get a message called 'copy url address 1' copy that & open the orbit downloader & click on the create new download & paste the link the drivers will be downloaded for free.
Some sites give these drivers only for the money & we cannot be able to find them from the free sites, so i think this would be a nice trick.