Find your pictures quickly in PhotoRec’s recovery directories

Have you ever used the amazing PhotoRec data recovery software? Well I often delete some of my pictures, so I’m very used to this tool. It usually finds really many deleted files, and manually looking through them is not really funny.
That’s why I wrote a Python script to make that job easier.

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Change the HP startup logo

HP boot logo

After showing you how to boot a custom OS with the QuickLook button I want to show you another wonder of the HP_TOOLS partition.

To change the logo you need to create a new one. Here are the steps to create it and install it.
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Replace HP QuickLook with a custom bootloader

HP QuickLook button

Some of you probably noticed a little button next to the power button in some HP laptops. How many of you actually found out what it’s for? On Windows, as long as all the drivers are installed, it opens a window that’s not really useful. On Linux (unless somebody has figured out some way to use it), it does nothing. But when the PC is off some sort of thing called QuickLook comes out after about 10 seconds. For who doesn’t know what it’s for, it’s supposed to be combined with Microsoft Outlook. It installs a plug-in into it and emails, calendars and contacts can be viewed quickly even when the PC is off (kinda).
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