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  2. Trekstor's previous Windows phone launched in 2015 There aren’t too many OEMs out there supporting Windows 10 Mobile right now, and this is actually one of the biggest problems of the platform, but hopefully, another company would launch a device running the operating system in the coming months. A report coming from WindowsUnited reveals that German phone manufacturer Trekstor is pondering a return to Windows phones sometime soon possibly with a model that supports Continuum. Little is known at this point about this new phone, but the existing speculation seems to point to a mid-range device that could be powered by the already-outdated Snapdragon 617 processor. The target for Trekstor seems to be offering an affordable Windows 10 Mobile device that works with Continuum, though it’s not yet clear how affordable the company wants this model to be. Microsoft phone also possibly coming Given the lack of specifics, it’s better to take this report with a grain of salt, but Trekstor launching a new Windows phone wouldn’t be very surprising, especially because adoption of Microsoft’s operating system has always been bigger in Europe than in other markets across the world. And yet, Trekstor is very likely to make the phone available in just a handful of markets and not sell it worldwide, with Germany obviously the first one to get it. As far as other Windows phones are concerned, the eagerly-awaited Surface Phone is very unlikely to see daylight this year, but there’s a rumor swirling around out there that Microsoft could in the end launch a new device in 2017 anyway. People with knowledge with the matter said that Microsoft could releases a “regular” Windows 10 Mobile device this year, possibly to keep the platform alive until the Surface Phone eventually gets the go-ahead. This new phone would be based on the same approach as the current models and would be limited to Windows Store apps, support Continuum, Windows Hello, and all the other signature features of the platform. The debut could take place in the fall if it really gets the green light. Source
  3. Windows 10 Creators Update is expected on April 11 Microsoft is now finalizing the Windows 10 Creators Update and there’s a good chance that build 15063, which was released to the Fast ring of the Windows Insider program last week, is the RTM version that’s projected to ship to everyone next month. Today, Microsoft pushed the very same build to insiders in the Slow ring, a step that brings us closer to the public launch of the Creators Update expected to take place on April 11. Microsoft only releases Windows 10 builds for Slow ring users when they’re more stable and the major bugs reported by Fast ring users are fixed. In conclusion, even if Windows 10 build 15063 is not the RTM, it’s certainly a candidate, though there’s a good chance this is the final version. Public launch on April 11 Previous rumors indicated that Microsoft planned to compile Windows 10 Creators Update RTM in mid-March and ship it to insiders later the same month, so 15063 being the final build certainly aligns with all the speculation. At this point, there are no new ISOs available for this build, but Dona Sarkar, head of the Windows Insider program, said they could be released next week. Microsoft is reportedly planning to start the Creators Update rollout on April 11, but not all devices are getting it at the same time. PCs will be Microsoft’s priority, and smartphones running Windows 10 Mobile are projected to receive the update at a later time. The rollout would take place in stages, and it’s believed that Microsoft wants to complete it by the end of May. Between this moment and April 11, Microsoft would continue working on fixes and improvements, so when Windows 10 Creators Update gets the go-ahead for retail users, the company is likely to ship a cumulative update including all these refinements. Given that April 11 is also Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday, cumulative updates are to be expected, so all these rumors just seem to make sense for now. Source
  4. Adobe Creative Cloud 4.0.0.185 (FREE APP) Site: http://www.mirrorcreator.com Sharecode[?]: /files/13DBKYYO/Adobe_Creative_Cloud_4.0.0.185.rar_links
  5. Well, here at home none of these Microsoft hacking attacks will have concrete effect. My pcs and notebook will stay up to date by September 2016, and that's all. The same will happen when I set up my next machine: Ryzen on board. As far as my customers are concerned, my policy will remain the same: I will be against the adoption of Windows 10, but if they insist, they will continue to sign a contract in which they take the risk of using it, freeing me of any problems and responsibilities . What about the distant future?!... There will always be a Linux distribution available!!
  6. Air Explorer supports the best cloud servers: OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, Google Drive, Amazon Cloud Drive, 4shared, Box, Dropbox, Mega, Mediafire, Yandex, Baidu, Hidrive, pCloud, Mail.ru, WebDAV, Mail.com, Adrive, Magenta Cloud and FTP. Direct management of your files in the cloud Optionally Air Explorer can encrypt your files when you upload them to the cloud Sets up multiple accounts from the same server You can synchronize folders between any cloud or your computer Homepage:http://www.airexplorer.net Download setup+crack from URET TEAM: Site: https://yadi.sk Sharecode[?]: /d/4x4AASeZ3GHzGB Version 1.14.0 List of changes: -Support for Command Line (more info). -Faster start of upload folders, folders are created while uploading. -Faster start of transfer folders, folders are created while transferring and calculates the total size up to 8 times faster. -Faster start of download folders, analyze the folders now is up to 8x faster and folders are created while downloading. -Improved upload performance to Mediafire. -Auto refresh free space indicator each 10 MB uploaded if free space <1 GB or each 100 MB uploaded if free space > 1 GB. -Copied cloud files now can be pasted as text to get the full path of a file or folder (this text can be used easily later in the Air Explorer command line tool). -Fixed error showing logs window. -Fixed issue with some file names in WebDAV. -Fixed issue moving accounts up or down. -Fixed issue removing accounts with the same name. -Fixed issue importing accounts with the same name. -Fixed folder type in folder properties window. -Accounts window can now be resized. –Updated Russian translation (thanks to Timofey). -Updated Korean translation (thanks to JaeHyung).
  7. send a private message to Kyle_Katarn, he is the Sumo developer and will address your issues.
  8. Does any one know what happened to m4rdhi Bravo? Thanks.
  9. Rumpus turns any PC into a complete file transfer server. Send files to outside people, or let clients upload files directly to your network in a secure, controlled environment. Rumpus supports FTP, WebDAV, and a fully customizable Web file transfer interface and makes it easy to securely exchange files with anyone, anywhere. Performance Rumpus is not only lightning quick, but it's efficient, too. This means that FTP and Web users will be able to transfer and manage files as fast as the network allows, while leaving plenty of CPU time for other applications running on your server or desktop PC. Ease Of Use And Maintenance Rumpus is, quite simply, the easiest FTP server on the planet to set up and administer. From the setup assistant that fully prepares the server to accept users to the logically designed server management windows, Rumpus makes running an FTP server easy. Web File Manager In addition to offering an incredibly high-performance FTP server with unmatched ease of use, Rumpus also includes the Web File Manager. The Web File Manager makes it easy to provide FTP-like capabilities to anyone with a Web browser. Simple User Management FTP users are managed directly in Rumpus, not in the system, keeping your FTP users distinct from other server resources. Not only does Rumpus make managing users easy, but it gives you advanced controls like individual drop folders, access restrictions, usage limits, account history, and more. The single-window user management interface in Rumpus is also supplemented by Web-based administration, allowing you to define and manage user accounts from anywhere on the Internet. Supports any FTP client Rumpus is compatible with many FTP clients, such as two of the most popular in Windows plataform: FileZilla and SmartFTP. Configure functioning parameters during the initial setup Subsequent to the installation process, you will need to go through the setup operation, establishing the ‘FTP Root’ folder, the default account (username and password) and optionally activating the ‘Web File Manager’ feature, which allows you to access it from a web browser. Next, the ‘Rumpus Administration’ panel lets you start and stop the server at will, with a single button push. From this location, you can also adjust its ‘Settings’, add or remove accounts and connect to your FTP. Effortlessly connect to the FTP server via your client of choice and upload or download files When trying to access the previously created FTP server, Rumpus allows you to choose between using a web browser (such as Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Firefox or Safari), a FTP client (recommending some of the most popular options, namely FileZilla and SmartFTP), or from outside your LAN. Regardless of the preferred connection mode, you will need to authenticate before gaining access to the files and folders in your FTP folder; for this purpose, you can use the initially created username and password, for instance. Once you login, you can view the available files and their basic information, such as format, size and the last time they were updated. You are able to ‘Upload File’, view and manage ‘Account Info’, ‘Create Folder’, as well as download or delete a document by clicking on the corresponding button. Website Changelog: Improved Server Security Security has been a major focus for this release of Rumpus, and version 8.1 offers several significant feature updates to keep your server safe, including: OpenSSL has been upgraded to the latest build of OpenSSL 1.0.2. The update not only takes advantage of updates in the OpenSSL 1.0.X branch, but incorporates support for TLSv1.1 and TLSv1.2. Administrators can now optionally disable TLSv1.0, TLSv1.1 and SSL/TLS Compression. By default, Rumpus also supports an updated list of ciphers that maximizes compatibility with slightly-out-of-date clients while ensuring the highest practical level of encryption between client and server. Users can now be required to change their passwords periodically, and password strength requirements can be enforced by Rumpus. Also, users logging in for the first time can be required to set a new password. In the SFTP service, we've added the ability to use private/public key authentication, in addition to username/password authentication. It's a very handy feature for clients that need to regularly transfer files with maximum security. For details, see the article "SFTP" section of the Secure Transfers article in the download package. On servers that require all Web users to connect securely (via HTTPS), HTTP Strict Transport Security can now be enabled. The Web File Manager "Basket" The Rumpus "Basket" is a useful feature, especially for those who use the Drop Ship function extensively. In essence, the feature allows users create a collection of files and then process the collection in a single action. Users can move from folder to folder within their content area, adding files to the basket as they go. The basket can then be drop shipped in a single drop ship URL, moved to a set destination folder, etc. In the case of a drop shipment, when a basket of files is sent, the recipient accessing the drop ship URL sees each file sent and can view or download the files as needed. Improved Media Display Rumpus is increasingly used to display images, video and audio, so Rumpus 8.1 includes a more flexible mechanism for displaying media files in the WFM interface. The Web display of numerous content types have already been optimized, and the new display mechanism will allow Maxum to continually improve the display interface of individual content types in the future. Additional Helpful Administrative Updates User accounts with passwords assigned can now also be assigned an SMTP password, allowing Rumpus to send mail natively as individual users. The SMTP port can now be explicitly assigned in Event Notices, making SMTP settings easier to configure. Rumplet can now send files to the Rumpus server via an available HTTP connection, allowing users not on the local network to effectively use the Rumplet application. Rumpus is now a 64-bit application, improving CPU efficiency. WebDAV client compatibility has been improved. Files uploaded from mobile devices (in particular, Safari on iOS) can now be sequentially named so that multiple files can be uploaded from the device at once. An option to roll logs into a zip archive rather than simply copying files helps keep historical archives better organized and consume less disk space. Direct Download Link ACTIVATOR (v8.x) - all credits to RadiXX11 - Tested and working
  10. Mark your calendar: Microsoft's promise to cut off Win7 and 8.1 support for the latest PCs will cause howls of pain next month Credit: wezlo Events of the past week have drawn into sharp focus the likely result of next month's patching cycle. If you have a Windows 7 or 8.1 PC that you bought, built, or upgraded in the past year or so, it would behoove you to understand exactly what Microsoft plans. Many people -- I'll raise my hand here -- thought that Skylake-based computers would continue to receive Windows 7 and 8.1 patches until the respective end-of-life. We are wrong. Let's start with the basics. Intel introduced its so-called 6th Generation Skylake processor in August 2015. It slowly replaced the older Broadwell series, all of which will continue to work with Win7 and 8.1. Skylake now is slowly being replaced by 7th Generation Kaby Lake processors, which will not get Win7 or 8.1 support from Microsoft. To date, Intel has released 50 or so different Skylake processors. There are also dozens of Kaby Lake processors, which were introduced in August 2016. On the AMD side there's a distinction made between the older Opteron series, the APU series (which includes Kaveri, Carrizo, and Bristol Ridge processors, named Athlon, Sempron, A4, A6, and E4) and the brand-new Ryzen processors, which are only now appearing on store shelves. Most observers say that 7th Generation AMD chips start with the Bristol Ridge APUs, which appeared in May, 2016. There's no change at all between the core architecture of the Carrizo and Bristol Ridge chips. As I'll explain later, the distinction between 6th Generation Carrizo and 7th Generation Bristol Ridge is pivotal. To see if you have a Bristol Ridge chip, as opposed to a Carrizo chip, use Speccy to find your APU model number, then look up your APU model number for Bristol Ridge desktop processors or portable processors. Where the troubles began The whole Windows 7/8.1 support mess started in January of last year, when Windows honcho Terry Myerson declared that "as new silicon generations are introduced, they will require the latest Windows platform at that time for support." At first, Myerson promised: Through July 17, 2017, Skylake devices on the supported list will also be supported with Windows 7 and 8.1. During the 18-month support period, these systems should be upgraded to Windows 10 to continue receiving support after the period ends. After July 2017, the most critical Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 security updates will be addressed for these configurations, and will be released if the update does not risk the reliability or compatibility of the Windows 7/8.1 platform on other devices. Screams from enterprise customers reached all the way to the hallowed halls of Redmond. The promised demise of Win7 on Skylake machines changed later in January, then in March 2016, and in August 2016 they changed again. As of August, Microsoft exec Shad Larsen promised: This policy change primarily applies to our commercial customers who are currently managing deployments with Windows 7 and Windows 8.1, and does not apply to customers running Windows 10 ... future silicon platforms, including Intel's upcoming 7th Gen Intel Core (Kaby Lake) processor family and AMD's 7th generation processors (e.g. Bristol Ridge) will only be supported on Windows 10, and all future silicon releases will require the latest release of Windows 10.... 6th Gen Intel Core devices on Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 will be supported with all applicable security updates until the end of support for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1.... This change is made possible through the strong partnership with our OEM partners and Intel who will be performing security update validation testing and upgrade testing for 6th Gen Intel Core systems running Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 through the end of support dates. On the same day, Microsoft updated a list of Skylake systems supported on Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 that includes links to manufacturer's websites, listing specific model numbers that the manufacturer commits to support with Windows 7 and 8.1 updates. The 12 deputized manufacturers and the links provided by Microsoft are: Acer ASUS Dell Epson (in Japanese) Fujitsu HP Lenovo LG (a Korean-language site that doesn't contain any model numbers) MouseComputer (in Japanese) NEC (in Japanese) Panasonic Positivo (in Brazilian Portuguese) Samsung Toshiba Wortmann (in German) VAIO (in Japanese) Sites like Dell's are just as confused as I was. Dell says, "Microsoft originally indicated Skylake support would end in 2017. Microsoft has now extended Skylake support for Windows 7 through January 14, 2020 and for Windows 8.1 through January 10, 2023." That isn't quite true. Microsoft has said that Dell will extend support for its listed Skylake systems through end-of-life for Win7 and 8.1. Here are the conclusions that I draw from Microsoft's statements: If you have a custom built machine with a Skylake processor, you're out of luck. Since the machine doesn't appear on this list of anointed PCs, Microsoft won't support Win7 or 8.1 on your machine. If you upgraded a machine to a Skylake processor, you're out of luck. If you bought a machine from a different manufacturer, or your specific machine doesn't appear on the manufacturer's indicated website, you're out of luck. Most people -- most manufacturers -- don't understand this. I didn't. I don't know what Microsoft intends to do with AMD chips. The way the announcements stand, AMD Bristol Ridge PCs won't have Win7 or 8.1 support, and there's no magic list of manufacturers or machines that are exempt from the ruling. Where does that leave you? So if you're running a recent-vintage PC and using Windows 7 or 8.1, what happens if you run afoul of the patch police? It's all well and good if Win7 is "no longer supported" on your PC, but what does that mean in real terms? Will your PC halt and catch fire? Thanks to several reports that I talked about yesterday, including the tales of woe from folks who installed a Monthly Rollup Preview, I'm willing to bet that the blockade will unfold like this: Step 1: April 10 rolls around, and about noon, Microsoft pushes its usual Patch Tuesday updates out the automatic update chute. Step 2: Those gullible (or trusting) enough to have Win7 or 8.1 Automatic Update turned on will get the April Monthly Rollup (that is, the "April 2017 Security Monthly Quality Rollup"), which will install the next time the machine's rebooted. Step 3: The Monthly Rollup installs itself and makes changes to Windows Update Agent, effectively preventing Windows Update from running again on this machine. The installer displays this message: IDG The machine won't be destroyed, if this scenario plays out the way I think it will. Your PC will just have Windows Update disabled. (Which some people view as a feature, not a problem, but I digress.) We're still poking and prodding on the AskWoody Lounge to see what, exactly, gets disabled. None of this is documented anywhere, of course. It's important to note that machines connected to a corporate Update Server (WSUS, SCCM, or the like) will only get the Monthly Rollup if it's pushed out by the admin. Even if Windows Update gets clobbered, it's unlikely that domain-managed PCs will suffer any ill effect, as they don't use Windows Update the same way most of us do. I have no idea how Microsoft intends to block Win7 updates on recent PCs attached to an update-managed domain. This scenario brings up an obvious question: Will your machine get update-kneecapped? I don't know. There's no program I know of that you can run (short of a Monthly Rollup Preview, which I never recommend) that will definitively say, "If you install the Monthly Rollup in April, Windows Update will get disabled." At this point, there's no warning either. No "Click here to install the Monthly Rollup and disable Windows Update going forward" safety net. All you get is a loud thud and that Unsupported hardware notice. Will Microsoft go ahead with this latest push to get well-heeled customers, with the latest hardware, to change to Windows 10? Microsoft's under no obligation to support Windows 7 and 8.1 on any hardware that appears at a future date. I think. But this approach, if it unfolds in this manner, is sure to rankle more-advanced users who have paid for both Windows 7 and for a shiny new CPU. We should know a lot more on April 10. Discussion continues on the AskWoody Lounge. Source: Microsoft will kill some Windows 7 and 8.1 support in April (InfoWorld - Woody Leonhard)
  11. the OP is the developer of SUMO
  12. windows 10 rs2

    After download the file right click Rename & add --> .esd <-- at the end of the file 1. Download --> decrypt-multi-release by adguard Download link inside textuploder link on front page also 2. Use only decrypt-ESD.cmd Make sure your .esd file same location as the tool 3. On the first screen select 1 to start the procedure Allow 15 min till the tool covert esd to ISO files for you
  13. So @TheHidden2000 's patch from this collection doesnt patches the clean exe properly [dont know if its the old one in this or else !! ] ....however REiS patch works. Thanks
  14. Today
  15. windows 10 rs2

    Thanks @november_ra1n for the fast reply. But how to change esd into ISO ? because this is the first time I see this extension.
  16. Hyperionics.HyperSnap.v8.13.00.Incl.Keygen-AMPED Site: https://www.upload.ee Sharecode[?]: /files/6821186/Hyperionics.HyperSnap.v8.13.00.Incl.Keygen-AMPED.rar.html Site: https://sendit.cloud Sharecode[?]: /ao1y6jyagpyi Hyperionics.HyperSnap.v8.13.00.X64.Incl.Keygen-AMPED Site: https://www.upload.ee Sharecode[?]: /files/6821185/Hyperionics.HyperSnap.v8.13.00.X64.Incl.Keygen-AMPED.rar.html Site: https://sendit.cloud Sharecode[?]: /ufq1tzunautn
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  18. What's the trick for getting the kg to let you enter a name. The name filed seems to be locked. No way to exit either other than killing the task.
  19. @shanijee: It works. I got a working FinePrint 9.10 Workstation from it.
  20. steven is right, the previous v1.7.1150 was dated march 16. this is in fact, a newer version.
  21. avoid this crap at all costs, it's filled with malware. There are a ton of clean, FREE alternatives, such as potplayer, VLC, MPC HC, MPC BE, SMplayer, PMPlayer,...
  22. windows 10 rs2

    There are alternative Direct Download mirrors for English and other languages posted on front page -->
  23. Light.Image.Resizer-5.0.5.1-Portable.exe: 7 MB Site: http://www.mirrorcreator.com Sharecode[?]: /files/0PDJUAUV/Light.Image.Resizer-5.0.5.1-Portable.exe_links
  24. windows 10 rs2

    Is there any torrent links ? Please post it. Because temporarily direct link has been closed.
  25. Plz anyone confirm Keygen works
  26. They're still just nightly builds. Pointless to keep bumping the thread for each one. They're nightly. http://www.voidtools.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=5718
  27. It reads as v2.6.
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