Re: great tool
And under documented. I once put a logo on a video starting from 1 minute mark (I thou counted frames to get the point expect). All in command line.
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2010 was a fine vintage.
Well, Some people noticed lack of 16bit in 64bit windows. For me, it was Need for Speed Most Wanted installer. Bloody thing was 16bit. At that time, I remember installers being 16bit. Also, I remember installer makers made tools available so we can install our games. That was a long time ago. I don't remember that well anymore.
Documetation do matter indeed. Ask in IRC channel is not documentation as you said. I love Arch Linux Documentaiton. It's usually my go to place to look up things even thou I use Slackware.
For me, there's three applications I need for work for full switch: Office (LibreOffice handles taht well), Primavera p6 (wine almost got it working) and AutoCAD (Bane of my work).
Rest I can cook up with whats around.
I have all the email for my all my work like archived for future use. And They do come handy. Because basically my work depends on past project performances, I really need to see the past regularly.
I need a better way to store and search them. Any recommendations? As you said, outlook was OK with search and now just terrible with search.