Copy to another machine on the home network 

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From the Tech Support Pits: From: Megan Re: Copy to another machine on the home network Dear Webby, I need to copy a bunch of files from my laptop to the desktop once a day, but really don't want the rigmarole of manually stepping 27 levels deep down into Documents and Settings, etc. on both machines. There MUST be a better way for doing that! Megan Dear Megan First make sure you got the address bar on top of the File Explorer turned on. Next clear a spot on your desktop big enough for two icons, preferably along the edge, where you let the important icons peek around open windows. Open a File Explorer and waddle down to that folder on one machine. Open a second File explrer and waddle down to that folder on the other machine, ready to drag the files from one machine to the other. Now look at the address bar on top of each File Explorer. At the left of the address bar you will see a tiny icon. Drag that to the prepared spot on the desktop, and rename it to for example DskTop Do the same with the File Explorer showing the laptop, and rename the shortcut LAP From now on you just hit those two icons, and File Explorers will open up already set to those specific directories, ready for you to drag the files across. If you are not scared of the raw DOS command line, and if you or anybody is interested in it, I'll show you how to make a bat, that will copy the files across whenever you click on ONE icon. Have FUN! DearWebby
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Daily tip from Finding Extra Plants in Pony Packs I'm frugal, but do afford myself the "luxury" of buying the small plants for my backyard raised garden and flower beds. Today I decided to get started with the planting and stopped to by a few plants from a mom and pop's roadside stand not far from home. Upon examining the little four-packs, which they sell for $1.25, I realized that many of the packs had two or more plants growing in each of the four cups. By spending a little extra time looking, I was able to buy packs with as many as 9 plants in them rather than the 4 which are usually in the ones which come from the big box garden centers who get them from huge greenhouse operations. I saved money; I kept the profit to the merchant in our community; and I got very healthy plants that hadn't gone through several days of shipping and stocking. By Sandy from Elon, NC Check out ThriftyFun's Blog at also has a newsletter. If you want more than just one tip per day, or if you want to share your tips, then you can subscribe to it here:ThriftyFun Highly recommended! If you like the list, you can vote for it here:

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