Questions about: files

Give it a go, if you like, but such big files become impractical if you want to do "normal" editing; eg, you don't want to go saving your edits too often; it will take too long :) If it's for a one off, split and join would work quite well, and it is
These directories/places include Home, Documents, Downloads, Music, Pictures mounted drives and network drives (if any). Suppose a situation where you want to add a new directory in it for quick access. Lets say Dropbox
File formats vary depending on the type of Operating Systems. Microsoft Windows has its own file formats as compared to Mac OSX. It also doesn’t state that you can’t open the files of one OS into another OS
Hi Niki, I understand that Windows Reader is the default Viewer for PDF files. What I was asking was how this was stored in the registry. (i
by SomeoneMe Last Updated February 25, 2016 05:01 AM I want to find a text file in my hard disk which contains a specific word. I want to use a graphic application. I'm on 12
GnuPG (GPG) can use asymmetric and symmetric encryption. Asymmetric crypto involves a two keys, a public key for encryption and a private key for decryption. See djeikyb answer on this page for asymmetric key usage
In this instance, what I would tend to do (if you are restricted to only using the Windows XP tools) is run a search for files and folders, and enter one of the following: If you don't know the file types of the missing files (eg . jpg, . gif,
Is there any simple (IE: right click in Nautilus) way to password protect a particular folder/file in Ubuntu? I've got a few files containing sensitive info and I'd much prefer that if/when I leave my computer alone, they aren't accidentally accessed
In computing, a file system or filesystem is used to control how data is stored and retrieved. Without a file system, information placed in a storage medium would be one large body of data with no way to tell where one piece of information stops and
How to rename a file in Ubuntu through terminal. Rename file via command line in Linux. Use “mv” terminal command to rename file in Ubuntu (command line)