Usually I clear each column in the row. Using a tablet I hold down the row number and select 'clear row'. By separations in the row, I assume you mean empty cells? There are no empty cells in the row.
Each row is a list of different information, when that information is no longer needed I want...
I'm new to Google Sheets, and need to use it for this spreadsheet I'm working on. In column 'A' I would like checkmark boxes (tick boxes). But the content of rest of the rows I need to clear occasionally. Is there a way so I can select an entire row and 'clear row', but have the...
I'm looking for an affordable ($50 - $80 range) bluetooth listening device that has a rewind function.
I listen to podcasts and audiobooks on my iPod Classic at work, but being at work I often need to focus on a project or talk with a coworker and find myself needing to rewind a lot. I'd like...
I'm trying to access the Ransomware Protection feature of Windows 10 Security. I understand that, for some reason, it is hidden by default on non-Pro Win10 systems.
From what I've read, I need to enable Controlled Folder Access using Powershell. When I do, I get the following...
So I've noticed that the internet speed on my laptop is really slow compared to my other devices. It is connected via wifi, but so is my phone which gets much faster connections.
Dell i580 desktop - ethernet - @80 Mbps
galaxy s7 phone - wifi - @50 Mbps
galaxy tab a tablet - wifi @25 Mbps
Spyware Dr - No, I don't see a way in their dashboard. Thanks though.
aashimagupta - That's something I hadn't thought of, Google Analytics is so complicated though, I was hoping for something a little easier to implement because I have several of these to deal with. I'll look into it. Thanks.
I have a few URL's that I admin for various clients - primarily misspellings of their main URL. Every time it comes to renew them I wonder if they are needed.
Is there an easy way to track how many people visit a forwarded URL?
I think setting a delay for the forward, and plugging...
Thanks Oddba11 - I decided that since the 4tb drive I'm backing up isn't partitioned it would be a lot easier to not partition this one. I'm just going to use the new one as the backup and plug it in an enclosure or HD dock if/ when I need it. Otherwise I would end up splitting up the folders...
bassfisher6522 - that's an idea I hadn't considered, but it would make backing up 4tb drive a pain because I would need to manually split the contents across the 4 partitions.
Yeah, I think It's just going to go in an enclosure - that seems the most prudent option.
Thanks for your help,
I'm using my dad's old Dell XPS win7 32bit as a media server. It's been working fine with an external 4tb drive, but I need to backup that drive, so I figured I'd just get a 4tb internal so it would run a little faster, and keep the external 4tb as backup.
I forgot about the 32bit os being...