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Script to make new folder with date as name

By rph ·
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I installed a script that came with the TechRepublic email.
The script makes a new folder with the date as the folder name everytime I use file explorer.

This was not the expected behavior.

How does one remove the script?

Thanks,
Ralph

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I never seen that script, so could you err post a refernce to it?

by DanLM In reply to Script to make new folder ...

I just have no idea what the script is, thats why I ask.

Dan

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Date Folder name

by rph In reply to I never seen that script, ...

Sorry, I do not have any reference to it.

I am just stuck with the result of installing it.

It sounded good from the description.
I read that when you wanted to make a new folder you would have the "option" to have it named with the date.

As it actually worked every time I tried to open a existing folder in File Explorer a new folder, with the date as name, would be made in the folder I was trying to open.

There was nothing in Control Panel Add/REmove programs.

I searched the Registry for the application name, found it and removed it from the registry. This killed the program but now when I click on a folder in File explorer I can not open the folder and a folder Search screen pops up.

Since I got the app from TechRepublic's email I thought maybe somebody would know something about it.

I think it was last Spring when I installed it.

Ralph

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is it this?

by lowlands In reply to Script to make new folder ...

http://articles.techrepublic.com.com/5100-10877_11-60604**.html

If so, follow steps 1-3 again, but now highlight "new" and click delete.

I think that should do the trick

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by rph In reply to is it this?

Yes, tha's it.
Excellant thank you so much.
Ralph

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