Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Quick launch workspaces

In case you haven't noticed, I love Lifehacker. It's one of those sites where you can consistently go and find little pearls of wisdom. Not everyone is a computer expert, and Lifehacker doesn't mind passing along some beginner tips in addition to the more advanced stuff. You don't see anyone screaming "OLD" or "DUPE" or "pwned" in the comments section. If only Digg could work on that.

Right, back to the subject. Lifehacker has a nice piece on creating batch scripts in Windows to deal with the mundane task of opening all of your commonly used programs when you start up your computer. Seems pretty straightforward. Give the post a read.

Hack Attack: Quick launch workspaces - Lifehacker

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