I download a computer program that had a bug: Its installer created a folder named “Bin “; i.e. “B”, “i”, “n”, plus a space character at the end. Its uninstaller cannot delete it. Read the rest of this entry
Is Windows 8.1 an update for Windows 8 or an upgrade? In other words, is it a service pack or is it a new version of Windows?
Let’s find out.
Update (November 2017): It has come my attention that this blog post has become the #1 search result for this topic. Therefore, I believe an update, even a minor one, is due.
Let’s assume you have created a folder called “Programs” in your D: volume and now you want its NTFS permissions to match that of “C:\Program Files”, thus having the same level of security.
There are more than one ways. It can be accomplished with the following utilities:
- icACLs and Notepad
- Windows PowerShell
- XCopy (not recommended)
- Robocopy (not recommended)
Since the subject of NTFS security is one that requires intermediate knowledge of Windows, I will skip elementary details such as how to run a certain program with elevated privileges. Read the rest of this entry