Quickest way to open a command prompt Windows
To open a command prompt quickly with a working directory of the current windows explorer folder on a Windows PC, you may try these
Right-Clicking a blank space in the desired folder, you can see an option
Open Command Window Here . This option available in vista, 7, 8 and 10 too
- Open windows explorer, Click
File menu at top left, you can see
Open Command Prompt menu item, when you focus on it, it will open sub menu, with two options
Open Command Prompt, and
Open Command Prompt as As Administrator.
Right-Click on a option and select
Add to Quick Access Toolbar.
cmd prompt will be added to Quick Access Toolbar at the top right as shown below, you can, So you can click on it whenever you need a cmd prompt with working directory
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After importing project from eclipse into Android Studio i have got the following error Unmappable character for encoding UTF-8
Error: unmappable character for encoding UTF-8
Solution for Unmappable character for encoding
To fix this issue, in Android Studio, Open the File with the encoding issue. Go to
File menu-> Select
File Encoding ->
You’ll see a Drop down list of different Encodings, Select
and then you will see a dialog with Reload and Convert buttons, Select Convert option.
and build the project.
Solves the issue
Another way to change File Encoding is, You can see at the right bottom menu as shown in below image, click on it; displays a list of encodings. then just follow above steps…
And To convert File Encoding for whole project, Select Settings icon in menu bar
On left Panel Goto Project Settings -> select File Encodings -> change the Project Encoding to UTF-8
Hope it helps somebody…
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Switching tabs in Chrome browser.
Useful keyboard shortcuts to quickly switching tabs in Chrome browser.
There are different ways to switch tabs using keyboard shortcuts on Windows Chrome browser like:
To switch to the next tab:
Ctrl+Tab or Ctrl+PgDown
To switch to the previous tab:
Ctrl+Shift+Tab or Ctrl+PgUp
To switch to a specific tab:
Ctrl+1 to Ctrl+8 (ctrl + 1 or whichever number tab you want to goto. The third tab would be ctrl + 3)
To switch to the last tab: