Originally published at: http://www.howtogeek.com/186204/why-does-microsoft-word-create-two-copies-while-in-use/
While you may not think about or realize it, Microsoft Word creates a second copy of any documents you have open and are working on. But why does Microsoft Word do this? Today’s SuperUser Q&A post has the answers to a curious reader’s question about this behavior.
On a related note: Where is that background image from? =)
A Google Images Search seems to suggest it's from the Will of Fire RPG. Whether that in itself is pulled from some other universe, I'm not sure.
@Yu0x3 & @Iszi - Going to try attaching the "original" copy from my hard-drive to this reply...hopefully it will work and should be downloadable at "1940*1100" pixels... ^_^
Ok, a quick check shows it is working...just right click and save it to your hard-drive... ^_^
Thanks for that, AA ... speaking of which, what has happened to your occasional wallpaper files/articles? Haven't seen any in quite a while.
@Ushindi - Actually, the weekly wallpaper posts are still running every weekend as usual...just ~3 hours earlier than they used to run... ^_^ Desktop based ones are running every other weekend now and the other "half" of the weekends are split up between multiple mobile devices...
As for their placement on the main page, they have been moved into the middle column of articles where my small/mini posts run...
@Iszihttp://discuss.howtogeek.com/users/iszihanks! Should have thought of the search myself. I've been using it often
recently after all. Have a new desktop background now
Also, thumbs up for Google's image search Having some background in
computer science only helps me to understand how impressive finding an
image by a truncated version with icons in front of it is.
OK - fixed it. I hadn't realized, but somehow my subscription had been changed from daily to Mon. - Fri., so I haven't been getting weekend articles. Now I'm back to "Daily", so should be seeing your "Walls" once more.
@Ushindi - Good news then... ^_^
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