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I first heard of cognitive overhead in a blog post. Put simply, cognitive overhead means too much thinking is needed to perform a task, or that something is too complicated. That could be too many steps or too many concepts … Continue reading
Earlier this month, DDFileCatcher suddenly stopped working on my computer, and on every other 64 bit computer in the world running Window Vista, 7 or 8. A computer program isn’t like a machine
Two bad things are happening at the same time: Norton Antivirus is preventing DDFileCatcher version 5 from being downloaded and a recent Windows Update is preventing it from running on 64 machines even if it can be downloaded.
This is a strange sort of post. Version 4 of DDFileCatcher was a very nice version. After several years of constant improvements, it had no bugs, everything worked perfectly, users comments had been incorporated, support requests had dwindled to almost … Continue reading
How to get different types of file and folder paths to put hard coded paths in documents, such as installation files and Rake build files. Continue reading
A strange thing has happened over the past couple of years – as DDFileCatcher has improved, its sales have declined. The reason, I have found, is that even now, most sales are to users with Windows XP.