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Male Speaker: Hey, what's up everybody this is all of information leak, they doing stupid windows tricks, one condition is no paid stuff, but, before I do that every one knows this one I think. It is when you make a new folder, you try to name it con. It doesn't work. That's because con stands for console. That's a stupid windows trick.
Let's talk about notepad for a second. There is a couple of stupid things note pad. All this started up here in note pad. So for example, if you type in a, I don't know .log like that, actually, I think so capitals and you save as pretty much anything, save as to log, save, and I shut it and I want to reopen it again, it logs the time. Stupid? I think so.
Next stupid notepad thing is, I am sure you have heard of this before. Bush hid the facts, Alright? We save it. Save this one as a, I don't know, bush I guess, alright? Save. And I want to reopen bush, it hid the facts.
Now a lot of people say, oh well, you know that's some sort notepad. For example, it works on a 4335 situations. So if you type in any word with four letters, then three letters and three letters, then five letters, it does the same thing. So for example, one, two, three, four. One, two, three. One two, three. One, two, three, four, five. Now we save it as a text for example, we shut it and open up text, it does a same thing.
However this isn't true, because, if we go to notepad and we open up they one, tow, three, four, and same as bush hid the facts, they hid the facts. Should be the same thing. Bush hid the facts, they hid the facts. Save as you or we will just save whatever, they, alright? We save that, and I open up they, it comes up. So it is more two with than that four, three, three, five situation, for whatever reason. This is being stupid windows tricks, the stupidest I have ever you made in my entire life. Signing off.