How To: Make filenames case sensitive in Windows and Linux

Make filenames case sensitive in Windows and Linux

It may not seem like a big deal, but sometimes when your filenames are being saved in the incorrect case, it is. If you save a file with uppercase letters in the name, your computer may change them to all lowercase. This occurs when downloading files form a host server to a local hard drive. But what if you want them back how you had them? Well, there's a small Windows tweak you can use to stop it from happening. Learn how!

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