Haha, so my wife saw me playing this a few days ago.
>Her: What's that?
>Me: Some stupid clicking game.
>Her: But you're not clicking anything?
>Me: Yeah I downloaded a program that automatically clicks for me.
>Her: So you're watching a program play a game for you?
I just saw an article on CNET last week about freeware that you can now download and install on your laptop to locate it if it's missing / stolen. Not sure how it works (some sort of GPS locator?), but here it is:
PC version had trees I think. The multiplayer demo is still available online, and I think I remember it having at least one tree.
Edit: Halo PC demo
Online still works because PC. /r/KillYourConsole
When I was in middle/high school, there was a security application called Fortres (I believe it was an early version of this) that existed on all the computers in the computer lab. It would prevent things like opening Windows Explorer, installing/uninstalling things, accessing certain areas of the start menu, right clicking, etc. My script kiddie self had to try to get around it of course, so my first inclination was just kill it. Ctrl+alt+delete didn't work because the task manager was blocked by Fortres. You couldn't reboot because it was blocked by Fortres. But there was a fatal flaw that the developers never thought of...
I just unplugged the computer, booted into safe mode and uninstalled it.
I would then promptly change the desktop background or Windows 98 boot splash screen to a shitty paintbrush picture that said "0wn3d" in menacing black and red letters or something equivalently awesome, and bask in the glory of being a "hacker"
Ahhh those were the days, lol
Download Toddler Keys! It's a very tiny program that sits in your system tray where you can disable your power button, drives, keyboard, and mouse. Convenient for the eponymous toddler hands, but also very useful for cleaning!
If you can boot into safemode (F8 as its booting up) run Malware Bytes, I've had great success with it. Free from download.com
it's okay my friend, we will teach you these things.
we call the magic internet portal of information "google" when you ask you receive.
Proof of the one almighty god Google, she gives truth good or bad.
Wizmouse is an awesome, small program that lets you scroll in windows that are not in focus. It's super helpful for dual monitors. Especially when programming and such.
For those using Method 1... first things first you need a computer in your bedroom and your door has to be shut.
Monitor glow is pretty obvious though and can be seen through the small gap(s) around the door. So...
>-Only 1 monitor, change brightness settings on monitor to lowest they can go.
>-Download this program which basically adds a greyscale color filter to your screen to make it even darker: http://download.cnet.com/Monitor-Brightness-Reducer/3000-2072_4-10690260.html
>-Set the percentage to something like 60-75%.
You won't be able to see shit at first but you will get used to it quickly (all lights have to be off ofc).
You have to play LoL in borderless windowed mode for this program to work on top of the client.
Oh, and this is probably pretty bad on your eyes...
Want more stealth?
>-Grab a light t-shirt and cover your mouse and hand with it to muffle the clicking sound. You can still hear it but the sound won't travel nearly as far.
>-Play with headphones on, volume turned down, leave one ear exposed. This is so you can hear what noises you make, and it can help to provide warning if anyone is moving around.
>-Get a small fan. Leave it running at night. Tell your parents you need the white noise to fall asleep. Noise will also help to muffle keystrokes etc. The clicky mechanical keyboards aren't ideal for minimal noise, but a fan can help mute the keys during normal gameplay (just have to be careful chatting).
When done, make sure you change monitor settings back and exit the program.
Mah boy.. Let me introduce you to a few tools.
Truecrypt - http://www.truecrypt.org/downloads
This software allows you to create an encrypted drive, saved as an inconspicuous file name. Mounts as a drive letter. Within that encrypted drive, you run firefox portable...
(/yey) porn history! I never thought I'd be able to bookmark porn!
Now you can keep a history in your normal everyday browser. Cause when people see you keep no history, you're already guilty.
The website looks as legitimate as those phony 3DS emulator websites, the download link doesn't work and the software is closed-source with adware. There's a good chance, like "AndyOS" (or whatever it was called), that this is just another VirtualBox wrapper littered with ads (and possibly other malware). It's against the GPL to be distributing VirtualBox in the manner he's doing.
>This is spyware/adware. It downloads and installs over 500mb of data from their servers. They can install whatever they want. The CTO of Andy is Eyal Fishler. His brother is Yossi Fishler who runs Safer Search Inc a known publisher of adware/malware. You have been warned.
Just as confirmation, not only is the address listed on the website, but his name too:
>Search Safer Inc. is a software developer located in San Francisco, California in the United States. The company is a primary distributor of adware type software. Search Safer is part of the Zako Solutions brand of monetization products that are designed to distribute web browser toolbars, non-search offers and in-app purchases through freeware and shareware software. Zako/Search Safe is run by Yossi Fishler located at 450 Townsend in San Francisco, CA 94107. Thre are 21 additional code signing certificates issued to this publisher.
Google Assistant (google search) is constantly recording ambient noise.
Facebook app most likely is as well.
Instagram is owned by facebook
Google play services is spyware
Id love for someone to hack android and see in real time wich apps are using what permissions at any given time.
Ps: if anyone can help me root my g6 thatd be awesome
freegate is a great program. Open it and it automatically finds a proxy for you and opens internet explorer. I used it all the time in Syria to access anything that was blocked (i.e. facebook etc.)
Well, AOL & Netscape still supported / updated a version of the Netscape browser through early 2008, so it might not be THAT old. You can still download it off of CNET. And you know what scares me? There were over 4700 downloads of it LAST WEEK.
check your chrome extensions. Your chrome profile would sync between the machines including the malware plugin.
odds are they have it installed via enterprise policy so it will prevent you from deleting it directly.
if the avast browser tool does not remove it you can go to group policy folder and delete what you find:
Came here to say this.
Here is link to the wiki for the game.
And here you can download Tag and try it out. It is actually quite fun.
"Because MalwareBytes pays BleepingComputer, is a competitor of Engima, and BC disparages ESG, we must assume that MWB is paying BC to disparage ESG."
You know, not because your product may or may not be shitty. Are they going to sue complaintsboard.com, cnet.com, or any other sites like that? I mean, Download.com provides software download links to tons of ESG competitors, and hosts reviews (many of them negative) for SpyHunter...
Get Classic Menu for Word 2007. I've used it for years and it has served me well.
Oh, you've never played The You Testament? That's an interesting game, too. You pretty much play a disciple and learn magic spells like fireballs from Jesus and there's dismemberment and blood.
Here's a short video about the magic powers.
Oh, it turns out the game is also free. It used to cost money, but it looks like he's just giving the games away now. You can download it here.
The best free alternative is SharePod. You can download that from here http://download.cnet.com/SharePod/3000-2141_4-10794489.html?tag=mncol;6
If you're looking for something better, check out TouchCopy.
And if you're on a mac, Senuti
Never buy a game pattern (unless it's OC, like a montage), you can make them for free with the freeware KG-Chart LE in less than 10 minutes.
On a lighter note, your work is amazing. 260x250 is huge! I'm motivated to finish my project now :)
cNet / download.com has 4 fake green download buttons, and one fake orange. [http://i.imgur.com/rTLBg2e.png]
How is this not blocked?
URL was http://download.cnet.com/Driver-Booster-3/3000-18513_4-75992725.html
There's a free alternative called NetSpeedMonitor which serves a similar purpose, here's a screenshot from my Win 10 desktop. http://i.imgur.com/oOEuaYo.png
It used to be available at www.floriangilles.com/software/netspeedmonitor but the author nuked his website for some reason. If you search around you can find various download links, here's one for the 64-bit version: http://download.cnet.com/NetSpeedMonitor-64-bit/3000-2085_4-75592519.html (use the Direct Download Link to avoid cnet crapware)
To install it you need to right-click the installer, go to properties, then select compatibility mode.
If it doesn't show up after installation, right-click your taskbar and enable it under toolbars.
I recommend you change the font to use ClearType with Segoe UI Size 9 to fit with the other taskbar fonts.
You're looking for something like this.
It does use some client software on the computer to modify the windows login screen to recognise the key.
Logging in without typing your password is one thing.
Rather more usefully (for some applications), it can be used for 2-factor authentication - so you need the key and still have to type a separate PIN.
Aside from Rohos, there's also Predator, and a simple google search for "usb login key" brings up several other options.
Companies like RSA have been selling fobs for 2-factor authentication for years, along with lots of organisations using smart cards for staff to access doors, but also to unlock computers and automatically lock them when they remove the card.
I know this is /learnprogramming, so you're looking to do it yourself rather than just use 3rd party software, but those are some implementations that might be useful to look at as you roll your own solution.
If you like simulations that take you to the moon and guitars, I can recommend the Hollow Moon mod for UT2004. It feels strange at first but has a very unique, meditative atmosphere.
http://download.cnet.com/Unreal-Tournament-2004-Hollow-Moon-mod/3000-7441_4-10300059.html (careful, click the "Direct Download Link" and not the big green button if you want to try the mod).
I hate to bring it up, but Ex Post Facto. Weren't the "illegal" sites he is referring to all taken down before DMCA?
Also, I went to cnet.com and found this:
>You will be taken to a third-party site to complete your download. Using P2P and file-sharing software to distribute copyrighted material without authorization is illegal in the United States and many other countries. CBS Interactive does not encourage or condone the illegal duplication or distribution of copyrighted content
The ruling in MGM vs. Grokster says "We hold that one who distributes a device with the object of promoting its use to infringe copyright, as shown by clear expression or other affirmative steps taken to foster infringement, is liable for the resulting acts of infringement by third parties." I believe the above quote from cnet.com is enough to acquit them from the charge of taking affirmative steps for fostering infringement.
Note -- Original thread says it's expired, but I just checked it and got the free books just five minutes ago.
EDIT: To everyone - Glad I could be of service. Credit goes to the watchful folks over at /r/FreeEBooks, of course :)
For the Kindle-challenged among us: http://download.cnet.com/Kindle-for-PC/3000-2125_4-75185974.html
Sounds like you need ~~Klink.~~ Apparently it's now called Contactive (Play Store link, thanks /u/itisike).
How many nicknames do you guys have for Osweiler? I counted 19 unique ones in here. Holy shit. The one I was most confused by? Robert Pattinson.
And I definitely understand the not doing gifs, because they can be really time consuming and annoying. I personally use GifCam, and it's pretty good. Not great quality, but easy to use. Still, not having gifs makes it hard to analyze your analysis because I didn't see the game.
From what I can infer from reading, it looks like you did a solid job. Thanks for putting in the effort.
Sparrow is an attempt to get away from supercomplex, feature-packed e-mail clients in favor of a simpler e-mail experience. The interface is elegant while remaining very straightforward: the left side of the interface shows where e-mails are from, and the right side displays the message and any photos or other media commonly sent through e-mail. Setup only requires that you add accounts; then you can get started right away.
Though the interface is sparse compared with many big-name e-mail clients, you still get plenty of the common actions and options you'd expect from a basic e-mail app in Sparrow. You can save your draft e-mails; "Star" (or mark as favorite) specific conversations; add color-coded labels (which you can later sort by); and quickly open and collapse individual e-mails from a thread. You can also import Facebook pictures for your contacts, get Menubar notifications when you receive a message, and send quick replies. Sparrow offers support for all IMAP accounts, including Gmail, MobileMe, Yahoo, and custom IMAP accounts, and you can set up multiple accounts and view your messages in a unified inbox.
Overall, if you're looking for a desktop e-mail client that's not overloaded with features but keeps some of the most important ones you already use, Sparrow might be perfect for the job.
On a similar thread some months ago some user suggested Everything. It's a file search utility, lightning fast, results as you type the filename.
How to find: http://download.cnet.com/8301-2007_4-20048963-12.html
Samsung R580 here and no sign of it.
OK, i have resolved the issue. Im going to leave this post up in case someone else has the same problem. This helped me:
I know this is an old topic but I just stumbled upon it (was looking for something completely different actually). I have a program called Cursor Lock which is made specifically for multi-monitor gamers that will keep the mouse from leaving the game screen.
Tutorial (including Steam usage):
Use a software program called Recuva to get the pictures back, and then slowly torture yourself jerking off to someone you know you'll never have.
Plan B would be to move on with your life, find the attainable, and forget about the guy you not only deceived, but can't have.
Plan C would be to offer the guy a blowjob and see if he's game to have a go. A lot of straight guys are willing to go that far, but don't expect him to return the favor, though he might.
Get it on the internet, get your nvidia driver from nvidia website, then go get a program called slimdrivers. It's a crowd sourced driver finder/installer that goes out to ensure you've got the latest version of everything.
This program is also awesome for re-installing windows since you can save your current drivers off to a USB then reload them all at once.
It's actually pretty easy to do yourself.
Split up this image using the rasterbator.
Then just print out the separate images on photo paper.
Apply to wall.
>Microsoft Security Essentials
I'm only posting this in the 'top' comment so more people can see it. There was a reply to the 'HER COOKING IS FULL OF UNICORNS?!' comment below. That comment contains/contained a link to malware.
If you clicked it and didn't see a notification right away, you might want to run a scan via Malwarebytes' (shoot, give MBAM the $25 for a lifetime of protection.
If you don't know about ESET Nod32 Antivirus, you might want to find out about it.
Just tryin' to help out!
Lucas Arts' demo disc, circa 1997: Outlaws. "Don't be a foooool, Marshall!" Click here to play the demo.
Well I bought a Samsung R580 a few months ago. Following this guide it appears I don't have the keylogger installed. No registry key, no windows\sl\ directory, and nothing in the task manager.
Although I did spent a good half-hour removing all the pre-installed crap, which has been my only real gripe so far. I like Samsung (decent value for the money, IMO) and have no complaints with it, so it'd suck if this is true. That said, I'm a bit paranoid anyway, so I have a dual-boot setup (albeit with the original windows install; resized partition) where I simply never go online when booted into windows.
TL;DR: Not on my new Samsung R580 (bought in Europe) at least.
The easiest way is to have a few videos and highlights in mind and just clip them together with some music in the background. But if you want to make the transitions from one play to another more smoothly you'll probably have to mess around with some video editing software and see which ones you like the most. Some are costly but there are free ones online (theres usually one that comes preloaded on the computer). You can also download some free ones online at http://download.cnet.com/windows/video-editing-software/.
The more you practice and mess around with the videos the better you will get in making a video you like.
Now the highlight world is your oyster and you won't have to sit back and complain about unjust highlight narratives.
But Halo and Halo 2 are already on the PC? That and Halo was originally programmed as a Mac exclusive before Microsoft bought Bungie. The difference between the programming between the 360 and Windows DirectX is not all that huge, especially for the ones who created the actual framework. Pretending like this is a huge undertaking for Microsoft is a fallacy. It's obvious that it's purely a political decision just so Microsoft and push a product.
Also, you may want to see how many downloads this file from 2003 gets on a daily basis.
Jupiter on the evening of April 27th. Relatively clear skies but otherwise fairly poor transparency and seeing.
Az/el fork-mounted 10" LX200-ACF, 2500mm, f/10
Imaged using a Panasonic GH3 in its 1080p/30 crop ("ex-tele") mode at a 50 Mbps bit rate. 60 seconds of video were captured, then converted to an .avi file with Pazera. The AVI was fed through Castrator for basic cropping and centering, and for its uncompressed AVI output. The cropped AVI was then fed through AutoStakkert for alignment and stacking. Out of about 1700 frames I used the best 30% for stacking. The stacked and sharpened image was then processed with Lightroom for final exposure and color adjustment.
It always amazes me how much detail can be pulled out by stacking video. The "single frame" image is fairly representative of the seeing conditions that were present over the length of the recording.
(/solution) I found an iso here. There are direct links to many versions of Windows in many languages.
I used the utility here to pack up Windows on a USB stick.
I booted from the USB and Windows installation was very easy. You enter your product key, and it installs. Then you go to system - activate Windows. You call them, follow instructions and it activated the new copy of Windows.
The thing is, with such an easy platform to spread on, the next guy to step up to the plate won't take long. unfortunately, BlockAd has already been taken, annnnd, probably ran it's course. As long as the Browsers allow it (the anti-ad add-ons), we'll be alright.
HOW TO VIEW WITHOUT USING THEM SHIT WEBSITES WITH CRAPPY PICTURES AND TONNES OF ADDS
Then click on the YES live feed (800Kbps) link on this page
Come on people. Stop using them shitty website feeds. ;)
When I was kid I used a program that encrypted and hid entire sections of my dad's hard drive. It literally hid the folders so even the OS didn't see them, even if you were trying to view hidden folders.
It was something like this, but for Windows 95SE.
Back then the internet was painfully slow, you couldn't just quickly view whatever you wanted online, you kept the things you found locally so you could actually view them in a timely manner. Still, had to clear browsing history of course.
Which version of Windows are you using? If you get a flash drive (they are called SSD) you may notice a boost in startup times, particularly for XP and later.
There is also some software you can get to accelerate your startup times:
I always find that clearing my internet cache and not having too many desktop items goes a long way to boosting my startup times.
> Honestly, I don't understand the hate. I know it isn't the BEST AV available, but if you have a license, it isn't intrusive at all.
It's like windows, it's not free. You pay for it with the computer quite frequently. Whether you want it or not. Sometimes up to a hundred bucks.
Then it's gonna ask for even more when you're virus signature update free year is over (that's a rather nice computer you have there. It would be such a shaaaame if a new unknown virus infected it and destroyed every single picture you ever loved on that cute hard drive...).
And won't uninstall easily to allow replacement with a free AV not trying to scam you out of 70/80$. Pissed of IT even had to come up with a special custom removal tool just to obliterate any trace of symantec crapeware on a computer, which is like the software equivalent of fielding a thermonuclear weapon.
Your speed assertion is false. Independent, 3rd party speed testing indicates that IE9 actually beats Firefox and Chrome in several metrics:
As you can see, it's extremely competitive.
Usability is a difficult thing to quantify and falls more into the bucket of personal preference.
In terms of reliability, I use all three browsers regularly as a web developer, and Firefox crashes the most for me, IE next, and Chrome the least.
You can use the official Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool to burn the iso on a usb or dvd. The upgrade requires that you have an older version of windows previously installed, so when building a new pc you will have to install xp or vista first, otherwise you get an error during installation. Once you have the older version installed, you can format the hard drive again when installing windows 7 so none of the old crap remains behind. I know because I also installed the $30 version. Good luck.
I don't see anything on MalwareBytes or SuperAntiSpyware yet. These two programs are effective and free.
You can download a comic book reader like Comical or CDisplay and then torrent the comics.
Two of my fave apps are f.lux and Caffeine. f.lux is a great eye-saver, it adjusts the screen brightness and colour as the evening progresses to help with eyestrain. And Caffeine is a nifty app that prevents your mac from going to sleep and showing the screen saver. Both apps are easily turned off and on.
Caffeine is in the app store and it’s free.
I downloaded f.lux from CNET here: http://download.cnet.com/F-lux/3000-18487_4-10908885.html
OP why did you ruin your glorious screenshot with Rainmeter?
It uses like 30% of my cpu while idle.
Glorious alternative: Use the taskbar with custom icons the use THIS program to hide it completely.
Quick acess to my favourite programs/games while I can enjoy a fullscreen wallpaper.
It may not be illegal, but it might be tortious: it directly contradicts their own policies as stated to the user.
Sure, they're okay on the consent clause, but they also promise not to allow on the site software that harvests data from the user or replaces your browser homepage—and then go ahead and bundle a browser hijacker like Trovi that doesn't just replace your homepage, it funnels all your traffic to its own proxy.
They're outright lying to their users. Or at least that subset of their users that actually read the policies. Hell, I'm not a lawyer but I'd bet a civil case of some sort could be made. Or maybe even a criminal one—they're knowingly deceiving people for profit. That's fraud, isn't it?
I think this may work if you open on your Android phone. I haven't tried yet, but will in a second.
Edit: Nope leads to dead Google Play store link
This may be strange but I have specific memory of Jacque Vaughan that always comes up whenever I see that he's coaching the Magic. Back in the late 90s, there was a PC NBA game called NBA Action and I had the demo version on my computer with the Bulls vs the Jazz in the Finals. For some reason, my brother and I would always insert Jacque Vaughan ahead of Stockton in the lineup and the arena announcer would always go, "Starting at point guard... JACQUE VAUGHAN!?!?!?" and it became an inside joke between the two of us for a long time.
I actually think CNET still has the download and I'm going to try this out when I get home from work.
For those asking, you can use Tweaks Logon to change your logon wallpaper. The program is a little limited though; you can't change the resolution of the image (I think it defaults to using the "stretch" setting for the image) so you'd need a picture in the exact resolution for it to work well.
I've used this many times and its great software. Works on all file types as well. Found it to be amazing for culling ROM collections.
Since he uses XP, I would recommend Steady State from MS. It's free and no matter what he does, a simple reboot will un-fuck the computer. Follow the link.
download MBAM and MSE
run full scans then uninstall that "CA internet security suite" and that should fix you up.. report back if it doesn't.
I've found Type Light to be the best and easiest free font creator. There's also fontforge, but you have to go through a shitload cygwin crap to get in on Windows.
From my experiences and what we use on our clients computers Avast has shown to be pretty damn good. That coupled with Malwarebytes can usually keep you pretty secure.
Avast Free Download link
Malwarebytes Download link
Paint.Net is free, and a good step up from MSPaint too. With the added benefit of layering and some good default adjustments and effects, and its own plugin support for user-made plugins.
I wouldn't normally encourage the use of CNET, but here's a Download.com link, as the advertising on the application's parent site often loads up those fake download button ads to confuse the user.
It doesn't run full screen, however, unless you find a special DX9 .dll out there somewhere, which I can't find anymore.
It is limited to 720p & 1080p.
Paint.NET is free and works very much like Photoshop.
BTW, Adobe is now very affordable with Creative Cloud.
All you need is the key really. You can find the download. Let me go dig it up for ya.
EDIT: Here ya go
Halo CE Download CNET
It updates in game, so that should get you rolling.
I had read it can also be caused by corrupt media files. I was having some wakelocks, and after a scan I found a dozen or so corrupted mp3s and promptly removed them. I haven't had the same wakelocks since.
BetterBatteryStats is a good app for finding different varieties of wakelocks.
Edit: This is the program I used to find the corrupt mp3 files on my device.
Well first of you can use ninite to easily download all programs you need at ones. It allows you to select what programs you want, and just download and install one thing.
So what do you need for a new computer?
First the Ninite programs (Just one download, even if it's actually lots of programs):
A browser, Firefox or Chrome is my choices. But of course in this day and age anything is actually good enough.
A media player. I like VLC, but there are a ton of other options.
A music player. I use Spotify, but once again there are options.
A spyware/virus scanner. I use common sense and Microsoft Security Essentials. It might be a good idea to supplement that with a anti-virus, but I don't bother.
I use dropbox for backups (document backup), so that need to be downloaded.
misc. Nothing you need, but other thing might be nice.
Then you need drivers. I build the computer so I need all the drivers. You probably don't But often they will install loads of crap-ware on the computer so a complete reinstall of Windows might actually be a good idea. Up to you. If you don't you can still look for updates. And you should download PC Decrapifier. It automatically gets rid of all preinstalled crap (trial software and such).
Then it's time to download any extra things you want for the browser (or other programs). E.g. Reddit Enhancement suite.
And that's all. Just three small things.
The auto hide the taskbar didn't work like I wanted it too, as every time I moused over it pops back up. To me it sounds like you want what I wanted. To be able to actually disable the taskbar. I found a program that allowed me to do just that.Taskbar Eliminator hides my taskbar when I press Alt+T. And I do mean hide, as in you can't mouse over it and have it come back up.
Try this, don't know how far it will go before asking for money.
Also, please use 7-Zip much nicer ui wise and more advanced with tools/encryption.
Download this then convert your video into flv or another low quality file type.
Also lower the quality within the converter.
Here are some of them:
~~I can't find the Endangered Species pack right now but if you have Complete Collection it should install on its own.~~ Also if you haven't already check the downloads screen on the main menu.
EDIT: Found this: http://download.cnet.com/Zoo-Tycoon-Endangered-Species-Theme-Pack/3000-2119_4-10728246.html
You'll often get people confusing and conflating the issues here.
(mostly through ignorance, but sometimes due to a desire excuse Windows' weaknesses)
There's 2 issues.
1) The ability to install a malicious program.
2) The effective auditing, and verification of a program and the source it came from.
You can install a malicious program on any OS.
A computer will do whatever it's told.
If you tell it to install and run a program, it'll do it.
It's the 2nd point that's the real difference, and defence against malware
Let's pick something at random.
Want to download and install Audacity.
On Linux, you install it through the package manager.
You can be sure that the software is as the upstream developers intended it.
Under Windows, you'd typically google for the software and download it from a download site.
You'd go to somewhere like this:
and install the one-click installer they provide.
Can you verify that the one-click installer provided above is as the upstream developers intended it?
Has the software been modified by the provider?
Has it got a virus embedded in it?
Has it got advertising bundled in?
Will it also install a toolbar in your browser, or also install a free 30-day trial of some bollocks you didn't ask for.
Software on Linux are retrieved from a verified upstream project.
Compiled into a package, cryptographically signed and pushed to users for installation.
All of this is verifiable and open to the public (read: independent security researchers) for scrutiny.
It's this verification that provides the protection.
Windows has no such mechanisms.
Download, install and pray.
the later 3 stages of the orc prologue were cut from the official release of Reign of Chaos, I think due to the limited capacity of CDs. They released all 5 stages on the official WC3 demo, or they can be played in the "Custom Campaign" option for The Frozen Throne however, for some reason the version on TFT lacks the audio for the dialogue (i think at least for me it does) so I recommend playing the demo version for the full experience :)
Although it is said to be for overall women's health, this application is geared towards conception. 4WomenOnly records your menstrual cycle, calculates future cycles, determines fertile days of the month, and ideal conception dates. Thankfully, the calendar wizard helps you set up since the application's interface is quite cluttered. The extensive help menu explains some issues regarding women's health, including modern medical procedures for infertility, and it uses color-coding to indicate menstrual cycles, ovulation days, and increased probabilities of conceiving a specific gender. You also can track temperatures, cervical fluids, and estimated due dates to establish monthly patterns to best gauge fertility and conception. You can password-protect 4WomenOnly and save and print your data in XML, HTML, and TXT formats. Overall, this 30-day trial program is ideal for women who wish to learn more about their fertility cycles to plan or prevent pregnancies.
Could you not use something to convert the midi input to a keyboard command?
Something like: http://download.cnet.com/MIDI-Hotkey-Portable/3000-2170_4-75810725.html
Seems like something that would be better suited to setting up yourself rather than waiting for Gaijin to do it, as I'm fairly sure this would be VERY low on their list of priorities.
Do NOT install this. It's not an iOS emulator, but a fake that's full of adware and other shit.
See download.com reviews for details.
Your own perception seems to be simply 'people I know', and 'what I like'. Those are worthless as samples.
> the windows world prefers mpc-hc
Video enthusiasts might, people at large do not.
Woah. What blogs are you trying? Don't ever download a 'download manager' to download CC. We have a list of sources here that I've worked on and are all good sources to download from. You do need winrar/winzip, which you can download for free here.
It looks like your girlfriend is taking a picture with flash in a pitch-back room. I'm willing to bet money that dust/scratches that you normally wouldn't see would appear more easily in a picture under those conditions.
As for the things strewn about the floor, anything could have happened. But it wasn't a ghost.
Here's a free webcam motion detector that your girlfriend can try and use to capture whoever is doing this. http://download.cnet.com/Webcam-Motion-Detector/3000-2348_4-75609375.html
Yeah, because if you use Windows this is a lot more difficult..
Because of problems like this I use Linux which is a lot safer.
You don't have to use iTunes. I don't use it for my iPad or iPhone and it works fine.
I use CopyTrans Manager. Simply drag and drop media and stuff onto the device. No library or syncing needed.
It's free and does not require a jailbreak.
Download this Gif converter so you don't have to leave a watermark on it. It asks you for money but it is just like wirRar it literally never makes you pay. Just make sure you tweak the settings and make it not skip every other frame because that will make it look lower quality.
If the gif becomes to big to upload to imgur use minus.com. They allow for gifs much larger than 2mb which is the limit on imgur.
Download MSI Afterburner, it is a program designed for OCing your GPU, but it can also control the fan speeds. Make sure that your fans are cranked up to 100%. Theoretically your GPU should never go about 80 C while gaming, much less while idling. If they are getting that hot, regardless of the ambient temperature, there is a problem. If your computer is as clean as you say it is, then it might be an airflow issue within the case (make sure there is space behind the case to allow for the exhaust air to disperse). If something like that doesn't fix it, then you might need either a new GPU heatsink (I've never replaced a GPU heatsink, but from what I've read, it can be a bit challenging), so if you don't want to do that, look into a new GPU.
Create an account at gomtv.net
Download gom player at http://download.cnet.com/GOM-Media-Player/3000-13632_4-10551786.html?part=dl-GOMMediaP&subj=dl&tag=button
Tune in to gomtv.net at 2:10 PDT, 5:10 EDT, 10:10 BST, 11:10 CEST 18:10 KST and hit the "live" button in the top left and click the big button saying "SQ Free LIVE"
Software issues with keyboards don't normally affect those keys. (If your Y returns a Z, maybe your keyboard driver is now the German keyboard. If your K returns a 4, your "soft" number pad is activated.
I recommend a test like this download.cnet.com/KeyboardTest/3000-18512_4-201545.html Just click the green link, ignore the "suggestion" on speeding up the download.
If the key doesn't change the Windows Key Code, (upper right textbox) then you can assume that no key code is coming through. Even the proprietary specialized keys on my keyboard (fast forward, rewind, "shopping"), all sent a value to windows Key Code. If no code shows, you know that the keyboard is not detecting the key press, and no signal is being sent. Maybe it won't be enough to convince the tech support, but you will know.
That shouldn't happen unless you have a really ridiculous DPI and/or windows sensitivity. It can also happen if your game stutters, as this causes a delay in the snapping of the cursor back to the center of the window.
edit: There is some software to prevent this.
Firefox actually uses a lot less memory than chrome does, and has for a while. In terms of speed, the difference is small enough to be unnoticable, and firefox is actually faster than chrome at some things, such as boot-up time.
If you're experiencing memory or speed issues, it's either an obscure bug, or an addon- A ton of firefox addons have memory leaks and speed issues, which are often blamed on firefox. Mozilla's pushing to get those developers to fix them, but vanilla firefox is pretty damn good- try running firefox in a fresh profile and see if it's any better.
Chrome does a bunch of stuff a hell of a lot better than firefox, but memory usage isn't one of them.
Some benchmarks, if you're interested: cnet tom's hardware lifehacker
Avast has said they were going to release malware scanners for Android and include extra features for rooted devices, but so far that has not happened.
EDIT: Found the article on it
toddlerkeys disables cd drive and power button. You can also lock the computer so that images come up when any key is hit. Works a treat
I find that fiction works just as well on audio as long as the narrator is a good story teller. I love audio books for those mindless tasks around the house as well as in the car, and if you have an Ipod you can download audio books in the m4b format or mp3s and convert them. Check out Chapter and Verse for converting. You can listen to them in mp3 format but converting them combines the disks all in one file and adds chapters so it's easier to find your place if you lose it for some reason. Amazon has a large selection to choose from as well as itunes and, of course, tons of torrent sites.
I had the same exact problem. I would get out of memory errors, and I couldnt run the game full screen. However problem is solved now. The problem was I had 32 bit Java installed, even though my system is 64 bit. Here is the link to the 64 bit java, or you can visit with IE 64 bit (*shutter)
Sorry about the cnet download link, only place I could find it without needing a 64 bit browser. The download is safe, just uncheck the annoyingware.
The excellent "YES" feed on Sopcast is covering this game, for those looking for a great live-stream. Result!!!
For those that don't know... Rejoice! "YES" is a high bit rate stream (800kbps) that runs on the brilliant Sopcast Player.
Simply download Sopcast and then visit this page and use the top link.
There is a utility called Ultimate Windows Tweaker that quickly, and permanently, turns off the ability for Windows to reboot itself. Not only does it no longer prompt the user, but it will not automatically initiate a reboot.
It has some other useful things as well.
also when doing local recordings assuming you can't run such an app, record to a microSD card - 1. they're more likely to survive smashing. 2. recovery programs like http://download.cnet.com/Recuva/3000-2242_4-10753287.html make it easier to recover data from a card than a phone.
You may have some malware on your system.
If this is vista or windows 7 you can tap F8 when the system is going to start and then clikc on repair your computer from there do a system restore.
If that does not help you see if you can run this http://www.sevenforums.com/attachments/tutorials/123734d1292473157-default-file-type-associations-restore-default_exe.reg
The file is to fix file associations for exe files.
If that does not help make a new user and see if the new user can open exe files.
If any of this seems to help you and you can start opening EXE files you are going to want get malwarebytes found here
And run a scan.
Also see: Super Mario Bros. X (and its wikipedia page, a fan-made computer quasi-port of World with elements from other Mario games (as well as a bit from Zelda, for some reason). Yes, it sounds like every other terrible fan project, but somehow this one turned out absurdly good. So good that Nintendo made the author shut down the official site and pull all their youtube videos. Definitely worth a play. Start with the campaign called "The Invasion 2" and you'll have a good taste of its awesome potential.