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    Is there a faster way to open text files as administrator?

    np. For now I found a "sort-of" solution by creating a shortcut icon to Notepad in [...]\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\SendTo and set that shortcut to run as administrator. This way I can right click any file and send it to Notepad as admin. It does not seem to work on the hosts file however...
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    Is there a faster way to open text files as administrator?

    I have to open a lot of text-based files on my computer each day to change settings and such (for example the hosts file or the http.conf file, etc.) In order for this to work I need to press win-key, find Notepad, right-click, select run as administrator, then open file, browse to the file...
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    Change drive letter

    How odd. Never considered the fact that drive letters were depended on the installation. Anyway, with me all drive letters were the same regardless of which OS I had loaded. But in the end this question is moot now since I just did a reinstall. Thanks for the help anyway. EDIT: Ah, I see now...
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    Change drive letter

    I have Vista installed on C, WIndows 8 on E and my documents are on D. I want to remove Vista and merge C and E into one partition, hopefully naming that partition C but if I understand you correctly that is impossible?
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    Change drive letter

    When I installed windows 8, I did so by creating a second partition (E) and I kept Vista on my C partition. Right now I want to remove Vista and merge the two partitions again (which I know how to do). My question is, can I safely name that merged partition C? Or will this mess up my windows 8...
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