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That's easy, the OS, ergo MS...
That's the way shell extensions work, they are loaded into the explorer Process and therefore are "locked" until the owner process has finished with them.
Don't kill the messenger (Notepad++),
though your idea about shadow copy, copy file, load file, remap memory etc. etc... supported by official API's from the OS to replace shell extensions on the fly... every hackers wet dream if that came out of the box...
Who the f*** is General Failure, and why is he reading my harddisk?
That's good to know. The additional challenge for my installation is that I don't have admin rights to my machine so I cannot do install / uninstall. This was actually a special installation process that is initiated under a special admin user. Yeah, it sucks.
I ended up downloading the zip version, dropping it into my own folder and running it from there.
No more need for the official version (which is a few revs back anyways).
Worf further explains that the Empire considered tribbles to be an ecological menace and that many warriors were sent out to kill any and all tribbles that they could find. Once the tribble homeworld was located, a Klingon armada obliterated it. According to Worf, tribbles were considered extinct by the end of the 23rd century, which Odo sarcastically calls "another glorious chapter in Klingon history," and then proceeds to ask Worf mockingly, "Tell me, do they still sing songs about The Great Tribble Hunt?"
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Bad command or file name. Bad, bad command! Sit! Stay! Staaaay...
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At least the Romulans became really popular as soon as the first Borg cube appeared and they had a squadron of Warbirds ready. 36 little Klingon scouts (= four squadrons) also did the job if they already had cloaking devices.
I have lived with several Zen masters - all of them were cats.
His last invention was an evil Lasagna. It didn't kill anyone, and it actually tasted pretty good.