Guide: Default Resource Usage


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Updated original post to streamline and simplify things, and incorporated forum feedback by changing the attachments into PDF with unneeded columns removed and things sorted much nicer in a table. I originally used txt since it's universal, but since PDF is native in the operating system starting with Windows 8 and above, I think this is okay to use now, since it preserves formatting and this way you don't have to mess with tabs or monospacing of a txt file to view it properly.

There's also some replies in here from Garlin and Clanger that people may find useful to keep around in a shortcut or .bat file as a tool, discussing command prompt methods for exporting this kind of information to a txt file.