Customizing the Windows “Send To” context menu is a handy trick people have employed for years to speed up their workflow. Let’s take a look at how you can edit the “Send To” menu in Windows 8 to enjoy a productivity boost. Today’s Question & Answer session comes to us courtesy of SuperUser—a subdivision of Stack Exchange, a community-driven grouping of Q&A web sites. The Question SuperUser reader Mondain wants to add items to his “Send To” context menu, but the technique that he used for Windows 7 doesn’t work for him in Windows 8. I want to add an application shortcut to my Send To context menu in Windows 8; I tried the solution for Windows 7 here: How to add an item to my “Send To” context menu but it doesn’t work. How can we do it and how does it differ from adding items in previous versions of Windows? The Answer SuperUser contributor Ofiris shares a “Send To” menu tip: WinKey + R %UserProfile%\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\SendTo … [Read more...] about How Do I Add Items to the Windows 8 “Send To” Context Menu?
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Roscosmos just revealed Watch CC Off English Addressing The MCU’s Taboos 02:46 Now playing Who Should Be the New Doctor Doom? io9 Picks Yesterday 6:23PM 02:35 Now playing Birdemic 3: Sea Eagle Teaser Trailer Yesterday 11:49AM For months, Russia has threatened to pull out of the ISS in a series of vague statements . On Monday, Roscosmos displayed a physical model of its own space station at a military-industrial exhibition outside Moscow. The Russian Orbital Space Station, nicknamed ‘ROSS,’ would launch in two phases. The first phase would include four modules, while the second phase would add two more modules and a service platform, The Guardian reported . Russia’s state media has previously suggested that the first phase would launch as soon as 2025, and no later than 2030, while the second phase would launch by … [Read more...] about Russia Now Wants to Build Its Own Space Station Before Leaving the ISS
PayPal’s widespread adoption means it’s popular with scammers looking for a victim. Though these scams aren’t necessarily exclusive to PayPal, they flourish in the service due to its ease of use and preference among online sellers. Every Type of Phishing Scam Phishing is a technique used by sellers to deceive victims into giving up their login credentials, usually using a fake web page that might look identical to the real thing. These scams usually take place over email, but scammers may also use text messages and social media since all they need the victim to do is click on the fake link. These scams take many different forms, but the end goal is always the same: to get you to log in using your username and password. If you have two-factor authentication (2FA) enabled on your account then you’re much better protected against this sort of scam, but be aware that even one-time login codes sent over SMS can be intercepted . Be on the lookout for email messages … [Read more...] about 8 Common PayPal Scams and How to Avoid Them
Watch Ariana Debose set for Blumhouse Thriller 01:09 Now playing Anthony Hopkins transcends human consciousness as an NFT Yesterday 6:23PM 01:45 Now playing Alison Brie talks "Spin Me Round" Yesterday 7:13PM “Pilot” (season 1, episode 1 and 2; originally aired 9/22/2004 and 9/29/2004) In which a plane crashes onto an Island (Available on Netflix , Hulu , and Amazon .) After 10 years, after countless blogs and forums and discussions, after the show’s DNA has seeped into everything on TV, the Lost pilot still makes me froth at the mouth to see the rest of the show. I know what’s coming. I’ve seen the whole series and liked most of it (while finding some of it iffy). I know which questions are answered well and which are answered poorly and which are sort of just sidestepped. I know everything. But Charlie’s “Guys, where are … [Read more...] about Lost (Classic): “Pilot”
As a modern labor movement spurs efforts to unionize across the country, from Starbucks to Trader Joe’s to Amazon, one group of laborers is looking to create a more equitable workplace: Strippers. Dancers at the North Hollywood club Star Garden have officially moved to host a union election with the National Labor Relations Board. If approved, the dancers would join the established actors union Actors’ Equity Association, which represents nearly 51,000 professional actors and stage managers. Watch Anthony Hopkins transcends human consciousness as an NFT 01:45 Now playing Alison Brie talks "Spin Me Round" Yesterday 7:13PM 00:58 Now playing Robert De Niro to double our pleasure in upcoming film Tuesday 7:30PM “Every worker who wants a union deserves a union and should be able to have the protections of fair wages, safe working conditions, … [Read more...] about Strippers at a Los Angeles’ Star Garden make moves to unionize
On May 23rd, something extraordinary happened at the South Pole. For the first time in 4 million years, carbon dioxide concentrations cleared 400 parts per million (ppm). It’s the last climate-monitoring spot on Earth to pass the historic milestone. Watch CC Off English Addressing The MCU’s Taboos 02:46 Now playing Who Should Be the New Doctor Doom? io9 Picks Yesterday 6:23PM 02:35 Now playing Birdemic 3: Sea Eagle Teaser Trailer Yesterday 11:49AM The South Pole is experiencing the same relentless warming trend as the rest of our planet, but owing to the fact that most of humanity’s carbon emissions are occurring far, far away in the northern hemisphere, the atmosphere at the bottom of the world takes a little time to catch up. It finally has, according to new data from the South Pole Observatory. “The far southern … [Read more...] about The Last Spot on Earth Just Passed a Historic Climate Milestone