University of the West Indies campus to open in Antigua
University of the West Indies Cave Hill campus in Barbados. ST. JOHN’S, Antigua, CMC – The University of the west Indies (UWI) will formally inform the Antigua and Barbuda government later this week that the island has been chosen as the location for the regional tertiary institution’s fourth landed campus, Prime Minister Gaston Browne has announced.Browne, speaking on his privately owned radio station, said that he expects to receive the official communication by Tuesday as it moves to have the Five Islands Campus should be opened in September with at least 1,000 students.Browne told radio listeners that he had been in discussions with the UWI Vice Chancellor, Sir Hilary Beckles on the issue. Last Friday.“Sir Hilary called myself and the Honourable Attorney General (Steadroy Benjamin) and he informed us that the members of the University Council have now unanimously approved the fourth landed campus for Antigua and Barbuda,” Browne said, adding that following the announcement by UWI, an implementation committee will be established by the university.“My understanding now is that on Monday, the Chancellor, after he would have informed the various Council members, he would then issue a formal statement to that effect and he will then mandate the university to establish an implementation committee,” Browne added.Browne said the three campus countries –Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago and Barbados – which had concerns about the fourth landed campus have now been satisfied.“You know there are three countries who had reservations, those reservations have been lifted,” he said.The government has in the past said it would fund the university by a windfall tax on financial institutions and by diverting some funding to the prime minister’s scholarship program.
Wellington Police Notes: Tuesday, July 21, 2015
Wellington Police notes: Tuesday, July 21, 2015:â€¢7:25 a.m. Officers investigated a burglary of currency in the 200 block W. Lincoln, Wellington.â€¢3:57 p.m. Jeremy M. Hutton, 38, Wellington was issued a notice to appear for speeding 52 mph in 40 mph zone.â€¢8:20 p.m. Officers took a report of an unattended death in the area of 26 Crestway, Wellington.â€¢8:50 p.m. Officers took a report of a domestic family dispute in the 600 block N. C, Wellington.â€¢10:05 p.m. Officers took a report of lost identification in the 200 block N. Washington, Wellington.
How to empty the Windows Recycle Bin automatically
How to empty the Windows Recycle Bin automatically by Martin Brinkmann on April 12, 2019 in Windows – 22 commentsAll files that you delete regularly on Windows are moved to the Recycle Bin first. Designed as a last resort to recover accidentally deleted files, files that sit in the Recycle Bin may sit there for a long period. While that is not a huge problem most of the time, if disk space is scarce, it may be frustrating to empty the Recycle Bin manually regularly.You could set a custom Recycle Bin size to avoid it occupying too much space on a drive, or, use automation to clear the Windows Recycle Bin regularly.This guide offers a general solution to the Recycle Bin problem, and a specific solution that is only available on Windows 10 devices.General Solution for all Windows versionsThe following method is compatible with all Windows versions and editions. It requires the creation of a batch file and running that batch file either using a policy or as a startup command.Right-click on the desktop or another folder and select New > Text Document.Paste the following line of code into the document: PowerShell.exe -NoProfile -Command Clear-RecycleBin -Confirm:$falseSave the document.Rename it to emptyrecyclebin.bat. Make sure the file has the .bat extension and not .bat.txt.Test the file once to make sure it works.The next step depends on the Windows edition. If you run professional or Enterprise editions, do the following:Open the Start Menu.Type gpedit.msc and select the result to load the Group Policy Editor.Go to Computer Configuration > Windows Settings > Scripts > ShutdownDouble-click on Shutdown to open its Properties.Select Add.Use the Browse option to pick the emptyrecyclebin.bat that you created previously.Select ok.Windows will execute the script (to delete Recycle Bin content) when Windows shuts down automatically from that moment on.You can use the same process to delete the script again if you don’t want to use it anymore.If you run Windows 10 Home, you may execute the script on startup by placing it in the startup folder:Open Explorer.Type in the address bar shell:startup. This should open the startup folder.Drag and drop the script to the folder.Windows will execute the script on startup automatically from that moment on. You can delete the script again if you don’t want to use it anymore. (via Major Geeks)Storage Sense on Windows 10Microsoft’s Windows 10 operating system comes with a new feature called Storage Sense; you may configure it to delete Recycle Bin content, and other temporary files, regularly and automatically.Use the shortcut Windows-I to open the Settings application.Go to System > Storage.Select “Change how we free up space automatically” on the Storage page.Toggle Storage sense to “On”.Set a desired period for the feature, e.g. every day, week, month, or on low disk space.Check “Delete temporary files that my apps aren’t using”.Set the desired period that deleted files need to sit in the Recycle Bin untouched before Windows deletes the files. The default period is 30 days, you may change that to 1, 14 or 60 days (or never).If you don’t want files in the download folder to be deleted automatically, make sure that setting is set to “never”.Windows will from that moment on delete files in the Recycle Bin if the time they have been in the recycle bin untouched exceeds the selected period.SummaryArticle NameHow to empty the Windows Recycle Bin automaticallyDescriptionFind out how to delete files that are in the Recycle Bin on Windows machines automatically on shutdown or on start of the system.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisement