If you just copy and paste a program to another location in Windows, it won’t work. Here is how you can use symlinks to get around this problem.
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Symlink, short for Symbolic Link, is a special type of file/folder that points or references to another physical file/folder in the system. When clicked, it will follow the link that it references to, yet maintaining its link structure. For example, when click on a symlink on the Home desktop that is pointing to the Backup […]
If I had to list down the most useful tools that I’ve used in my computer life, Dropbox would be one of the top name on the list. It’s more than just a simple backup tool. The combination of desktop apps, web service and supports from tons of third-party applications, open up possibilities that I’ve […]