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Many online and offline back up systems. If you prefer offline you could purchase an external hard drive or memory stick to back up your files. If you prefer online you can check out Moxy.

Topic starter Posted : 06/07/2008 6:20 am
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Re: System file

I never heard of Moxy I will have to check them out. Thanks.

Posted : 02/08/2008 10:44 am
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Re: System file

Windows XP has the ability to protect itself from system instability caused by 3rd party software overwriting important system files.

This used to be (and still is in fact), a problem with Windows 95 and Windows 98.

With the introduction of Windows Millennium Edition, Microsoft made a real effort to stop this from happening.

Now in Windows XP we have a much more refined protection of these important files...
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Posted : 04/09/2009 8:58 am
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Re: System file

The window system on screen is composed of tabbed areas called "modes" (originally this was intended as "docking mode" as in the way a component is docked into the main window - yes, it's a lousy name). These correspond to the class In the system filesystem, each Mode is represented by a folder.
At least in theory, a TopComponent can exist in more than one Mode, so there is a one-to-many relationship. The pre-NetBeans 3.6 windowing system had a concept of "workspaces", and a Mode could be opened on multiple workspaces. So instead of putting TopComponents (as represented by the .settings files) into the folders directly, you put those settings files into the Windows2Local/Components folder. And you put a Window System Top Component Reference - or .wstcrf - lovely to pronounce - in the mode folder. It's like a symbolic link, pointing to the .settings file in the Components folder via its ID. That way, one TopComponent could be linked to by several Modes.
Modes have configuration data too, such as the constraints for where in the main window they should appear - what side, what TopComponent should be selected etc. So for each Mode defined in Windows2/Modes, there is also a .wsmode file that contains that information.
The system filesystem is read-write - so changed information is saved to the user's settings directory, transparently. On a restart, the saved information will be read in and restored.
So what happens is, if the user changes the position of windows, the selected tab, the splitter positions, etc., then new versions of the .settings, .wsmode or .wstcref files will be saved in the userdir in order to restore the state on restart to how the user had configured it.

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Posted : 23/10/2009 4:44 am
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Re: System file

We offer an online backup system for both PC and Mac. Some cool features include the ability to share files and folder with other users and incorporate them into a web site (what I call a "Sharepoint Alternative"). You can also email files to the system for backup and use stored files to create an email attachment.

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Posted : 23/10/2009 3:32 pm