Run this in a .bat file from the portable drive.

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The Ultimate Guide to Windows 10 Keyboard Shortcuts

If you want to give the impression that you’ve been using Windows 10 for years, learning a few keyboard shortcuts is the best way to go about it—you can navigate around the interface, get apps in position, trigger events, change settings and more with a couple of taps on your keyboard. Here are the shortcuts we’ve been finding most useful.

Window snapping

The Ultimate Guide to Windows 10 Keyboard Shortcuts1

Window snapping has changed slightly in Windows 10 and so have the shortcuts. App windows can be snapped to either side of the screen, as in Windows 8, but you can also assign them to quadrants and get four windows open on screen simultaneously.

Windows Key+Left — snap active window to the left.

Windows Key+Right — snap active window to the right.

Windows Key+Up — snap the active window to the top.

Windows Key+Down — snap the active window to the bottom.

Bonus: Whenever you snap a window to a side or a quadrant, Windows will automatically suggest you pick one of your open apps to fill the remaining real estate on your desktop.

Virtual desktops

The Ultimate Guide to Windows 10 Keyboard Shortcuts

Official support for virtual desktops is one of the most exciting new additions in Windows 10—unless you’ve been developing a third-party utility to do the same job! It’s kind of like having extra invisible monitors. Each desktop can have its own set of apps but shortcuts and wallpaper are consistent across the board.

Windows Key+Ctrl+D — create a new virtual desktop.

Windows Key+Ctrl+Left — scroll through your desktops to the left.

Windows Key+Ctrl+Right — scroll through your desktops to the right.

Windows Key+Ctrl+F4 — close the current desktop.

Windows Key+Tab — see all your desktops (and open apps!) via the Task View page.

Cortana and settings

The Ultimate Guide to Windows 10 Keyboard Shortcuts

As you’ll know by now, Cortana has arrived on the desktop. If you don’t feel entirely comfortable shouting out “hey Cortana!” across a crowded room, then there are keyboard shortcuts that can help—once Cortana is active, you can choice voice or keyboard input.

Windows Key+Q — open up Cortana ready for voice input.

Windows Key+S — open up Cortana ready for typed input.

Windows Key+I — open up the Windows 10 settings pane.

Windows Key+A — open up Windows 10 notifications (Action Center).

Windows Key+X — open the Start button context menu (the one with easy access to a host of common computer management features—like the Command Prompt below).

Command prompt

The Ultimate Guide to Windows 10 Keyboard Shortcuts

The new Windows 10 command prompt gets new keyboard shortcuts as well. To use them, right-click on the command prompt title bar and choose Properties. On the Options tab, untick Use legacy console and enable Ctrl key shortcuts as well as the two text selection options.

Shift+Left — highlight text to the left of the cursor.

Shift+Right — highlight text to the left of the cursor.

Ctrl+Shift+Left (or Right) highlight blocks of text instead of just characters at a time.

Ctrl+C — copy selected text to the Windows clipboard.

Ctrl+V — paste text from the Windows clipboard into command prompt.

Ctrl+A — select all text after the prompt.

These work in other text-based applications as well, but they’re new to Command Prompt.

Finding your way around

The Ultimate Guide to Windows 10 Keyboard Shortcuts

Besides all the new Windows 10 keyboard shortcuts, there are plenty of old classics that have survived successive versions of the operating system and are still going strong. Here are the combinations you’re going to need to navigate around the interface.

Windows Key+, — temporarily hide apps to briefly show the desktop.

Windows Key+D — minimize apps to go straight to the desktop.

Ctrl+Shift+M restore all minimized windows to full-size (useful after a Win + D)

Windows Key+Home — minimize all windows except the one you’re actively using

Windows Key+L — lock your PC and go to the lock screen.

Windows Key+E — launch File Explorer (aka Windows Explorer).

Alt+Up — go up one level in File Explorer.

Alt+Left — go to the previous folder in File Explorer.

Alt+Right — go to the next folder in File Explorer.

Alt+Tab switch between windows. (Hold down Alt while tapping Tab to pick visually).

Alt+F4 close the current window.

Windows Key+Shift+Left (or Right) move a window to your next monitor.

Windows Key+T — cycle through taskbar items (hit Enter to launch).

Windows Key+Any Number Key — open the app pinned to the taskbar in the numbered position (e.g. Win+2 launches the app in your second taskbar slot)

Going deeper into Windows

The Ultimate Guide to Windows 10 Keyboard Shortcuts

Unlock parts of Windows you never knew existed: Here are the shortcuts you need if you want to go way beyond the surface of the software into settings and options that would otherwise be difficult to find. Don’t click on anything unless you know what you’re doing.

Ctrl+Shift+Esc — open the Windows 10 Task Manager.

Windows Key+R — open the Run dialog box.

Shift+Delete — delete files without sending them to the Recycle Bin.

Alt+Enter — show the properties of the currently selected file.

Windows Key+U — open the Ease of Access Center.

Windows Key+Space — switch input language and keyboard.

Windows Key+Shift+Any Number Key — launch a new instance of the app in the numbered taskbar slot

Windows Key+Ctrl+Shift+Any Number Key same, but launch the app with admin powers enabled

Pictures, video and display

The Ultimate Guide to Windows 10 Keyboard Shortcuts

As you would expect, Windows 10 is a very visual OS and there are keyboard shortcuts to help you capture screenshots, record on-screen activity and zoom in and out. Note that to use theGame DVR recorder app you’re going to need a decent graphics setup installed.

Windows Key+PrtScr — take a screenshot saved to your Pictures folder.

Windows Key+G — open the Game DVR recorder (if supported by your graphics card).

Windows Key+Alt+G — start recording activity in the current window.

Windows Key+Alt+R — stop recording in the Game DVR.

Windows Key+P — switch between display modes (with a secondary display connected).

Windows Key+plus — zoom in using the Magnifier utility.

Windows Key+minus — zoom out using the Magnifier utility.

Find even more obscure keyboard shorts at this link.


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Miami Gardens Police Arrest Store Employee 62 Times For Trespassing At His Place Of Employment

from the insanity-defined dept

The city of Miami has no “stop and frisk” program, but you’d be forgiven for assuming it does after hearing this amazing (in all the wrong ways) story.

Earl Sampson has been stopped and questioned by Miami Gardens police 258 times in four years.

He’s been searched more than 100 times. And arrested and jailed 56 times.

Despite his long rap sheet, Sampson, 28, has never been convicted of anything more serious than possession of marijuana.

Miami Gardens police have arrested Sampson 62 times for one offense: trespassing.

Almost every citation was issued at the same place: the 207 Quickstop, a convenience store on 207th Street in Miami Gardens.

FDLE records show that Sampson was stopped at least once a week for the past four years, and sometimes several times a week and even as many as three times in one day. The stops are often conducted by the same police officers, who have arrested him time and time again.

The problem here isn’t just the endless harassment of one resident who doesn’t seem to be a threat to anyone. The problem here is the fact that Sampson works for the 207 Quickstop. It’s pretty hard to “trespass” on property when you have the explicit permission to be there. It would be shady enough if the cops were just picking up Sampson every time he visited the store, but they’ve been patting him down, questioning him and sometimes arresting him for trespassing during his shifts.

One video, recorded on June 26, 2012, shows Sampson, clearly stocking coolers, being interrupted by MGPD Sgt. William Dunaske, who orders him to put his hands behind his back, and then handcuffs him, leads him out of the store and takes him to jail for trespassing.

Another video posted at the Miami Herald website shows Sampson being arrested for trespassing when he returns to the store after taking out the trash. (That arrest report says Sampson was “loitering” outside the store, but the video clearly shows he left, threw trash in the container, and went back in followed by the police officer who arrested him.)

Sampson’s not the only one being harassed by the MGPD, although he is the main concern of the owner of the 207 Quickstop, Alex Saleh. Saleh fought back, though, installing 15 cameras to catch the endless harassment of Sampson and customers of his store.

The videos show, among other things, cops stopping citizens, questioning them, aggressively searching them and arresting them for trespassing when they have permission to be on the premises; officers conducting searches of Saleh’s business without search warrants or permission; using what appears to be excessive force on subjects who are clearly not resisting arrest and filing inaccurate police reports in connection with the arrests.

Saleh pins this invasion by Miami Gardens PD on his unfortunate decision to mark his store as part of the PD’s “zero tolerance zone.”

Almost immediately after Saleh put the “zero-tolerance” sign in his window, he regretted it.

Miami Gardens police officers, he said, began stopping his patrons regularly, citing them for minor infractions such as trespassing, or having an open container of alcohol. The officers, he said, would then pat them down or stick their hands in citizens’ pockets. But what bothered Saleh the most was the emboldened behavior of the officers who came into his store unannounced, searched his store without his permission and then hauled his employees away in the middle of their shifts.

The “zero tolerance zone” turns over a whole lot of power to the Miami Gardens PD. Here’s part of the description from the MGPD’s website (which hasn’t been updated in more than 5 years…).

This simple program asks local business owners to complete a simple affidavit, and post a sign on their properties, which allows MGPD officers to act on behalf of the business owners in their absence. The program also gives MGPD officers the authority to direct unauthorized personnel to leave private property or risk enforcement action from the officers…

This program is designed to reduce the number of individuals who are sometimes seen trespassing and loitering on private property without legitimate business.

This would explain all the “trespassing” charges. The affidavit gives the MGPD permission to patrol the store and surrounding area and make arrests/question citizens as officers see fit. This lowers the bar for police officers, removing anything resembling probable cause or reasonable suspicion.

But even as limitless as this is, the MGPD went even further when “patrolling” the 207 Quickstop. You’ll note that the agreement gives the PD permission to act on behalf of business owners “in their absence.” Saleh was present for a great many of these “interactions.” Not only that, but the officers’ idea of acting on Saleh’s “behalf” was to harass and arrest many of his customers, which is a strange way of construing this relationship. Stores need customers to purchase their goods, something that occurs less frequently when the patrons are being detained, questioned or arrested.

Saleh regretted this decision after seeing what “zero tolerance” (as applied by the MGPD) actually entailed. But Miami Gardens PD doesn’t take “no” for answer.

He finally told them he no longer wanted to participate in the program and removed the sign.

The officers, however, continued their surveillance of his store over his objections. The officers even put the sign back on his store against his wishes, he said.

Things got worse when Saleh took copies of his video to MGPD Internal Affairs.

One evening, shortly after he had complained a second time, a squadron of six uniformed Miami Gardens police officers marched into the store, he says. They lined up, shoulder to shoulder, their arms crossed in front of them, blocking two grocery aisles.

“Can I help you?” Saleh recalls asking. It was an entire police detail, known as the department’s Rapid Action Deployment (RAD) squad, whom he had come to know from their frequent arrest sweeps. One went to use the restroom, and five of them stood silently for a full 10 minutes. Then they all marched out.

Saleh also details a recent incident where an MGPD officer pulled him over for having a tag light out. By the time it was all done, six officers had arrived on the scene and one searched Saleh’s vehicle without his permission. Saleh’s recordings show him leaving the store that night in his vehicle. His tag lights were working.

As is usually the case in incidents like these, the police department has not offered a comment on this story. Police Chief Matthew Boyd did apparently issue a boilerplate statement about the PD’s “commitment” to “serving and protecting citizens and businesses,” but didn’t address any specific complaints.

Violent crime, particularly murder, has spiked in Miami Gardens in recent months, but this application of “zero tolerance” policies will do very little to bring those numbers down. What it will do, however, is fill activity logs and ledgers that will show the PD is very busy keeping Miami Gardens free of “trespassers” and handing out open container citations. Even if this story hadn’t broken, a few years of skyrocketing arrests and tickets without a corresponding drop in violent crime would have exposed the MGPD’s superficial, shoddy and ultimately unconstitutional efforts.

Saleh’s filing a lawsuit against the city for this non-stop harassment, including warrantless searches of his premises. Not unsurprisingly, the announcement of his litigation has led to a sharp drop in police presence at the 207 Quickstop. Sampson himself hasn’t been arrested since this announcement, either. If the MGPD sincerely believed they were helping curb violent crime by questioning/arresting Sampson and other Quickstop employees and customers, discussion of a lawsuit wouldn’t have deterred those efforts. This withdrawal indicates the cops patrolling Saleh’s store were, to put it most generously, padding arrest numbers. The reality is that they’ve been called out for their harassment of Miami Gardens’ residents and are now making themselves scarce in order to prevent adding to the evidence against them.

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Just when you think that things couldn’t get any stranger in the world along comes this unusual story which has hit the main news headlines.

An investigation has recently started into the death of a Californian Weapons Hoarder, 60-year-old Jeffrey Alan Lash, whose dead body was found decomposing in a parked up car.

Where this story gets REALLY strange is that his Fiancée truly believed that Lash was some kind of Alien Hybrid, a part-human, part-alien creature, here on earth to protect the Human Race and worked for a Government Secret Agency.

The remains of 60-year-old Jeffrey Alan Lash were discovered last Friday (24th July 2015) in a parked vehicle on Palisades Drive in the Pacific Palisades.

It gets even stranger, when Police search the home of Lash’s fiancée, Catherine Nebron, they found at least 1,200 firearms in the premises, which were valued at over $5 million and weighed more than 6.5 ton.

Just what was Lash preparing to do with all of this weaponry?

Police inspect the cache of weapons found in Jeffrey Alan Lash’s home on 17 July 2015.
Photograph: Linnard Lane/Palisadian Post/EPA

Nash was described by people who were close to him as a bit of a loner/weirdo who didn’t really interact well with people.

But where this story gets really odd is that his Fiancee and her employee, Dawn VadBunker, seem to of been convinced that 60 year old Lash was in fact a human-alien hybrid working undercover on behalf of secret US government agencies.

In fact many of Vadbunkers close associates and even her own Mother became concerned by Vadbunkers state of mind, as she was adamant that Lash was indeed some kind of half Alien like Creature, sent here to protect planet Earth.

Could it be that Lash had sever mental issues and was so convinced about this whole story that he could make others believe it too, or could there be something FAR deeper to all of this intriguing, yet creepy, story?

Otherworldly twist: Dawn VadBunker (pictured), 39, who works for Lash’s fiancee,
believed the man was a part-human, part-alien secret agent.
Both VadBunker and her boss, Catherine Nebron, were there when he died July 4

‘It’s worse than a Twilight Zone movie and we’ve lived through hell,’ Laura VadBunker told KTLA over the phone in reference to the odd case.

It was July 4th in a car park in Santa Monica when Lash collapsed in front of Fiancee and Vadbunker.

Lash apparently had severe breathing issues but REFUSED to be treated by anybody, especially not at a Hospital! Both Lash’s fiancee and Vadbunker tried helping him, but the 60 year old died in front of them.

Rather than contact the police or the hospital Nebron and Vadbunker instead loaded Lash’s body into the boot of their SUV and parked in the 17000 block of Palisades Drive and left for Oregon.

Vadbunker and Nebron believed the CIA would come to collect Lash’s body,
so they did not bother contacting police before they left town and traveled to Oregon

Nebron told her lawyer she did not contact police about Lash’s death because she thought his handlers in the CIA or another intelligence agency would come and pick up his remains. It was not until two weeks had passed that an attorney representing Nebron called police and told them about the decaying corpse.

Both Nebron and Vadbunker were CONVINCED that Lash worked for some secret Agency and felt like they done nothing wrong by not contacting the authorities.

Dawn Vadbunker’s mother reported her missing because the 39-year-old mother of two took off without telling anyone and simply appeared to vanish into the night.

As of Thursday morning, Dawn VadBrunker has not returned from Oregon, but instead she did send her mother a letter apologizing for making her family worry for her.

Mrs VadBunkers believes her daughter may be in the “throes of a mental breakdown” and wants her to come home to her teenage daughters and seek treatment.
“Jeffrey Lash’s cache appeared to be a private collection and that there was no evidence that he was selling the weapons or was a licensed firearms dealer.” Said LAPD Chief Kirk Albanese.
A lot of the guns appeared new and unused and many of the weapons even had price tags on them. It really does seem like this guy was in preparation for ‘something’ but exactly what that something is, is an entirely different question.
‘There are a lot of expensive guns here,’ Chief Albanese told The LA Times.
And as if this story couldn’t get much stranger! Harlan Braun, Nebron’s attorney, said police also seized a number of SUVs modified for use on different types of terrains, including an AMPHIBIOUS vehicle, used to go UNDER water apparently!? $230,000 in cash was also found stashed away.

Among the haul was 6,5 tons of ammunition, but investigators believe it was a private collection – Preparing for war?

Shirley Anderson, who was Lash’s late father’s long term partner, had told the Police that she hadn’t heard from Lash for many years, and that the last time she had seen him he had gone ‘strange’ and distant!

Lash’s Dad was a very successful microbiologist, of which many family members believed that Lash would follow in the same foot steps after enrolling at UCLA in the 1980s to study and become a scientist.

However, he dropped out, and not much is known of his life after that, Anderson said. It would be very interesting to know what Lash was up to in the time he disappeared from the public eye.
‘He was just a loner, as far as we were concerned,’ Anderson said. ‘He just became weird because he changed all of a sudden.’
The family have stated that they knew very little about Lash in his later years and didn’t even know that he had got engaged to somebody.

The only photo of Lash which has been made public

It has been acknowledged by family members that Lash had always had a keen interest in weaponry, however they were not aware of his ridiculous amount of guns that he had in his possession.

Officers confirmed to the media that they need a few trucks to remove all the guns to a safe location.

Commander Andrew Smith confirmed the arsenal included rifles, pistols and shotguns. He told the LA Times:

‘Our truck couldn’t carry it all. We had to go back and make another trip. ‘The cause of his death has not yet been determined but it is not being treated as homicide.

U.I.P SUMMARY – When I first saw this story running around the internet I didn’t pay it an awful lot of attention, it was only when I started seeing this story come up in the mainstream press that I started taking note of these unusual events.

First things first before anybody scoffs at this story, it is important to remember that this story is in fact very TRUE! Mr Lash was found decomposing in his car, with a hidden LARGE stash of weapons and a Fiancée and an employee believing that Mr Lash was a Secret Agent Alien Hybrid, here to defend Planet Earth!

The only part that ‘may’ not be true is whether Mr was actually an Alien Hybrid, his Fiancee certainly believed so! And why was Lash collecting such a HUGE amount of guns and invested heavily in converting cars into underwater type vehicles?!

Could it be that Mr Lash believed this in his own mind, which therefore made it easier to convince others is VERY hard to say, but both his Fiancée and her employee are intelligent individuals which makes you wonder WHAT has been told, or WHAT has been seen!?

Aliens are constantly making the headlines nowadays so it is critically IMPORTANT to keep your eyes and mind open to these types of stories as anything seems possible nowadays!

The Police are investigating Lash to see what his background looked like and whether any of his guns had been involved in any crimes at all! But if it was me personally investigating with the mind-set I have, I would be looking into Lash’s family background, who knows perhaps there is some off ‘gaps’ in their family background – who knows perhaps Lash was some kind of Hybrid, here on earth to help defend the human species…

But sadly we will NEVER know, even if the Police come across some mysteries, they will NOT share any information on whether there is any truth to this story.

Remember the media are designed to manipulate us ALL and are heavily Governed by the Elite. So please keep an open mind on this story. Perhaps ‘they’ want us to see Lash as a crazy person… perhaps this is a way of ‘watering’ down an important life changing story.

Or, perhaps, this is just the mind of a crazy man; either way, it will be interesting to know what made Lash believe that he was an ‘Alien Hybrid Secret Agent.’

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