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I gave my laptop to a friend yesterday who wanted to use it to quickly type a document. I got back home and wanted to find a document from my 'Downloads' folder and oops! I can't find it. Checked the recycle bin and it's not there. Wow! It was panic, I searched everywhere for files in that same folder and Windows can't find em and I was really pissed. Today, bored and wanting to see a movie, Right clicking on VLC[^] from the taskbar where I had pinned it, I saw the filename of a file supposedly in the 'Downloads' folder, curious, I clicked on it and amazingly, the file played. What!? I asked myself. I then asked VLC[^] to show the file in the containing folder and oops, it's in a different folder, he has probably moved it by mistake trying to get a hang of the mouse. But the thing is, how did VLC[^] find my file even when I had moved it out of the original folder? That I am working on, saved my ass though, I was already starting to rebuild my search index which is taking forever.
The first step in the acquisition of wisdom is SILENCE, the second is LISTENING, the third MEMORY, the forth, PRACTICE and the fifth is TEACHING others!