[tabi] Some thing of interest!!Fw: [bardtalk] I-BIN

  • From: "Yvonne Britton" <ladyvwithlove@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <tabi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 22 Feb 2010 22:51:17 -0500

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From: Patricia 
To: bardtalk@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 
Sent: Monday, February 01, 2010 2:31 PM
Subject: [bardtalk] I-BIN


If you've found yourself wishing that your flash drive had a recycle bin so
that your portable apps and documents had the same safety net that you're
desktop files do, I-Bin brings recycle bin functionality to your flash

I-Bin is a small, stand-alone portable application. Place it on your flash
drive and run it and create the I-Bin folder that will be your portable
recycle bin. If you have a large flash drive with a lot of files, I suggest
running it for the first time when you're not going anywhere. I-Bin indexes
the entire drive to build a list of files it should protect and send to the
recycle bin.

Once I-Bin has finished the initial drive index, it's packed with some other
cool features. It comes with a well written manual, but if you skip reading
it at least note that in order to delete a file from the flash drive while
I-Bin is running you'll need to hit WIN+DEL, not just the delete key. I-Bin
intercepts the standard delete if it is performed on a file it has indexed.
All files you delete with I-Bin end up in X:\iBin\ where X is the letter of
your flash drive. In the Custom Options menu of I-Bin you can specify what
happens on deletion, how files are restored, how big the recycle bin should
be, and if I-Bin should auto-clean the recycle bin.

Click this link to download I-Bin, FREE from the First Toy Lab website


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