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    Directory Opus 12.18

    Directory Opus 12.18 Directory Opus is a simplest file manager, a utility program which presents lists of files and allows the user to perform actions of some kind on those files. File managers are useful for moving files between folders, making backup copies of files, viewing pictures and playing sounds, running other utility programs on lists of files, deleting unwanted files and many other “housekeeping” tasks. Directory Opus goes beyond the simple file manager metaphor, and offers you a complete replacement for Windows Explorer and many other utility programs for handling FTP, ZIP, viewing files and images, running slideshows and more. It provides you with all this within a user-friendly and fully-configurable environment within which you can access and manage your important data with a minimum of effort. Harness the power of your computer like never before! Directory Opus Features: HOMEPAGE DOWNLOAD CHANGELOG DOpus v12.12 REPACK
  3. Windows 1.0 turns 34 years old today Actually, the first for-real version of Windows was called 1.01, but there’s a complicated story around it. Microsoft’s had problems with version numbering for a long time. My first experiments with Windows were on Windows 286. What about you? Source: Windows 1.0 turns 34 years old today (AskWoody - Woody Leonhard)
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    The Final Countdown #7 Continue

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  7. Oh so you was just USA hating ? Actually The Patriot Act and the President's Surveillance Program (PSP) gave them the power to bypass bypass the FISA Court for surveillance orders in cases of national security. Under pressure from the public, the warrantless wiretapping program was allegedly ended in January 2007.Many details about the surveillance activities conducted in the United States were revealed in the disclosure by Edward Snowden in June 2013. Just because they hid it from the public didn't mean it was not legal it was . People were just to blind to see it at the time. The USA people wanted it outlawed so they wrote the Freedom act that makes it illegal for NSA to tap people from the USA .But its still legal for them to tap people not from the USA because national security matters still exist . The NSA itself when officially established by President Truman in 1952 was kept a secret from the people but it was passed by the goverment in secret but it was law. The USA have always used mass surveillance as part of wartime censorship to control communications that could damage the war effort and aid the enemy. When the towers fell the USA has been unofficially at war every since . they said it plain as day that was a War on terror , people get killed everyday fighting just people are to blind to see they are at war because they not there were it happening. So is many other countries fighting against terror . When they done it in 1950s -1970s it was the cold war . Seems they always some kind of war been going on every since world war 2 . Just because people in the goverment lie to peoples face don't make what they do illegal . that just means its classified info that the public have no access too. The reason i say your just hating is most all countries after they suffer a terror attack passed there own version of the patriot act What India goverment says in the OP this has been the law since 2008 The Indian parliament passed the Information Technology Act of 2008 with no debate, giving the government fiat power to tap all communications without a court order or a warrant. Section 69 of the act states "Section 69 empowers the Central Government/State Government/ its authorized agency to intercept, monitor or decrypt any information generated, transmitted, received or stored in any computer resource if it is necessary or expedient so to do in the interest of the sovereignty or integrity of India, defense of India, security of the State, friendly relations with foreign States or public order or for preventing incitement to the commission of any cognizable offence or for investigation of any offense." If it was so clear as you say what they passed back in 2008 why must they make a statement in 2019 on the powers they had for years ? Sounds like people were ignoring the facts just like people ignored the facts of the patriot act because they was scared and just want protected . Intelligence Act (France) Although framed by the government as a response to the Paris attacks of January 2015, the passage of the Intelligence Act was actually long in the making. The previous law providing a framework for the surveillance programs of French intelligence agencies was the Wiretapping Act of 1991, aimed at regulating telephone wiretaps. Many surveillance programs developed in the 2000s—especially to monitor Internet communications—were rolled out outside of any legal framework. As early as 2008, the French government's White Paper of Defense and National Security stressed that "intelligence activities do not have the benefit of a clear and sufficient legal framework", and said that "legislative adjustments" were necessary. Wiretaps and access to metadata Techniques of communications surveillance covered by the Act include telephone or Internet wiretaps (L. 852-1), access to identifying data and other metadata (L. 851-1), geotagging (L. 851-4) and computer network exploitation (L. 853-2), all of which are subject to authorization of a renewable duration of 4 months. France already had there version of The Patriot Act in the making and used terrorism as a excuse to make it law .
  8. luisam

    Why We Might Be Alone in the Universe

    Oh...,You mean that book published about 70 million year ago: "Hitchiker's Guide to the Galaxy", when Earth was last visited by some intergalactic visitors. They found a really hostile environment on this planet, full of some very aggresive gigantic beasts, some weigthing about 25 - 30 tons and the intelligence of a chicken... and worse even, looks it was the dominant species since about 200 millions years, showing no sign of evolution! Really, nothing worth visiting there! Recommendation: next time a bypass is needed for some new spaceway, go ahead, remove it!
  9. BluffTitler Ultimate + Portable BluffTitler is a Windows desktop app for creating intro videos. Want to impress your family, friends and clients with spectacular 3D titles and intros? But do not want to use complex and expensive 3D animation software? BluffTitler makes it easy and affordable to add 3D effects to your videos! Features: With BluffTitler you can create short, spectacular 3D animations: titles intros visual effects (VFX) outros credit rolls bumpers promos ads ... Export as video - The result can be exported as a video file for use in all your projects: YouTube Vimeo Blu-ray TV OTT broadcast digital signage LED home videos business presentations vlog WhatsApp Instagram Facebook ... Changelog (changes since version 14.0) 10 updated translations: Suomi, Francais, Turkce, Magyar, Tamil, Arabic, Svenska, Chinese(Simplified), Italiano and Arabic 12 new effects: Text/3Colours, Picture/Plane2Pyramid, Special/Inflate, Special/NormalMapper, Special/Octopus, Special/ClipAdditive, Special/UVModifierAdditive, Special/JigsawPuzzle3D, Special/Interiormap, Picture/ExtrudePicture, System/ViewShadowmap & Filters/JigsawPuzzle The textures generated by the colourmap and cubemap layers as well as the shadow maps are rendered in the top right when choosing SETTINGS > Render info 24 new title templates in the Titles folder All installer templates are now FHD 1920 x 1080 When you have installed FFmpeg, BluffTitler now exports as WebM, WMV and Animated GIF. MP4 export in 4K is no longer a problem. Learn more When you have installed the K-Lite Codec Pack, BluffTitler now plays WebM videos and all other formats supported by the LAV Video Decoder. Learn more New pageflipper templates in the Picture folder (using the updated Picture/DoubleSided effect) Existing container layers can now be attached to existing sketch layers The samples per pixel(SPP) is now printed in title bar between []. This determines the antialiasing quality and can be adjusted with the SETTINGS > Low, Normal, High and Super high menu items. 3 new styles in the light layer: Projected shadows on wall, Shadow maps, Directional light 3 new properties in the light layer: Direction, Shadow map bias, Shadow softness 1 new property in the particle layer: Min distance 2 new styles in the cubemap layer: Custom and Reflect water 2 new styles in the text layer: Stroked sharp and Inflated 3 new styles in the model layer: 3D in background, 3D in 3D space & 3D in foreground 2 new styles in the sketch layer: Gear & Hexagram 2 new styles in the mirror layer: Rectangle & EPS. Click on the Change EPS... button to select an EPS file. Bevel size is automatically limited to prevent intersections and distortion New quality mode: choose SETTINGS > Super high quality Emoji 11.0 Learn more Memory use reduced Optimization: loading big models is a lot faster Optimization: stroked text styles are generated a lot faster F2 info extended. Folder icons with show thumbnails Natural sort in file dialog Water layer is now double sided Characters property of EPS layer is now 2D. The 2nd slider controls the number of lines. Option to use fog colour as background colour in FILE > Set background colour... dialog Pixel media: new textures, new shows and a new model Show duration is no longer rounded off to whole seconds. You can now, for example, enter 2.5 in the FILE > Set show duration... dialog The following 5 effects are now double sided: Picture/Plane2Pyramid, Picture/Plane2Cylinder, Picture/Plane2Donut, Picture/Plane2Roll & Picture/Plane2Sphere Special/UVMapper and UVMapperAdditive now support transparent textures and colourmap factor in all planarmapping modes 1 old effect converted: V11_ReflectiveWater_CubemapDDS 1 new option: Max texture resolution Learn more Redesigned effect thumbnails Restyled Bix Bugfix: The render window can now be maximized with all aspect ratios Bugfix: Volume shadows can now handle planes parallel to the light direction Bugfix: The file dialog can now handle super big thumbnails Bugfix: When loading a show containing a colourmap layer into an existing colourmap layer (<Control> M), the colourmaps are now correctly linked. Bugfix: Pre-export simulation time now works with particles attached to a picture layer Bugfix: mirror, colourmap and cubemap layers can now be saved as a preset Bugfix: transparent stereo rendering now works as expected Bugfix: Russian translation fixed! Homepage: https://www.outerspace-software.com/blufftitler Changelog: https://www.outerspace-software.com/download Release Date: 2019-11-20 OS: Windows Language: Multilingual Download Page: https://www.outerspace-software.com/download DOWNLOAD: ============================== Installer (51.17 MB): http://www.blufftitler.com/BluffTitlerSetup.exe or http://www.blufftitler.com/BluffTitlerSetup_14.6.0.4.exe Portable (51.51 MB): http://www.blufftitler.com/BluffTitler_14.6.0.4.zip Patch (363 KB): Site: https://www.upload.ee Sharecode: /files/8999016/Patch-BluffTitler.Ultimate.14.x.rar.html ==============================
  10. mostwanted

    List Your Favorite Apps

    Can we start sharing more niche lesser known applications? Recently I just started using https://www.nrosvall.name/progcop/ ProgCop is an application firewall for Windows systems. ProgCop makes it easy to block applications from going online. ProgCop features real time view of processes that are connecting to the Internet. Blocking them can be done with a single mouse click. ProgCop is great addition for your privacy toolbox as it allow you to block apps from phoning home. Awesome application figured we can share lesser known apps that everyone always uses..Firefox, spotify...etc. Thanks
  11. Astron

    ImageUSB 1.5 Build 1001

    ImageUSB 1.5 Build 1001 ImageUSB is a free utility which lets you write an image concurrently to multiple USB Flash Drives. Capable of creating exact bit-level copies of USB Flash Drive (UFDs), ImageUSB is an extremely effective tool for the mass duplication of UFDs. ImageUSB also supports writing of an ISO file byte by byte directly to an USB drive. ImageUSB can also be used to install OSFClone to a USB Drive for use with PassMark OSForensics™. Unlike other USB duplication tools, ImageUSB can preserve all unused and slack space during the cloning process, including the Master Boot Record (MBR). ImageUSB can perform flawless mass duplications of all UFD images, including bootable UFDs. ImageUSB includes functionality to Zero a USB Flash Drive. This will replace the contents of the entire drive with 0s. Or alternatively to just Zero the MBR and/or GPT entries that exists on the drive. In addition, imageUSB has the ability to reformat even hard to format drives and reclaim any disk space that may be lost previously. Changelog: v1.5.1001 (2019-11-20) (not available yet) v1.5.1000 (2019-10-25) Support for extraction the contents of the ISO image. EXPERIMENTAL - Software will try to detect if ISO image is bootable and if so write appropriate bootloader. As of release only booting through UEFI seems to be working. Tested with Windows 10 ISO, Linux (Porteus-5.0rc, Ubuntu-19.04 and Mint 19.2 ISO images). NOT ALL ISO IMAGES WILL WORK. This functionality is experimental and may be removed from software at any time. Log moved into it's own Window to allow for larger visible USB Drive List. v1.4.1003 (2019-04-16) Fixed bug where formmatting as NTFS may cause imageUSB to crash. Fixed bug where formattting as FAT32 for smaller drive would fail. Added imaging precheck for desintation freespace and allowed max file size for destination filesystem when creating image. Homepage: https://www.osforensics.com/tools/write-usb-images.html Changelog: https://www.osforensics.com/tools/write-usb-images.html Release Date: 2019-11-20 OS: Vista/2008/7/8/10 Language: English DOWNLOAD: =========== Portable (2.38 MB) - https://www.osforensics.com/downloads/imageusb.zip
  12. 20th Nov 2019:- and after all that gnashing of teeth and wasted time...my INTEL CPU is not on the list of affected products on INTEL's official site list!!
  13. Please provide an alternate download link, the one from anonfile is not available to downloaded; identified it as a virus. Installed trial version for 30 days from Play Store. Thanks.
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    The Bat! Professional Edition 8.8.9

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    Media Dimo Video Downloader v4.6.1

    Download videos from YouTube and various other websites, and set up a media server for sharing files easily, with this simple program System Requirements Supported OS: Windows 10/8.1/8/7/Vista visit homepage https://www.mediadimo.com/video-downloader https://www.mediadimo.com/video-downloader/guide Giveaway link 1 : Version: 4.6.1 https://thesoftware.shop/dimo-video-downloader-review-download-giveaway/ License key Download http://www.ivscat.com/video-downloader-install.exe Giveaway link 2 : Version: 4.3.0 https://www.mediadimo.com/free-download-video
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    The Final Countdown #7 Continue

  18. Microsoft is testing Gmail integration in Outlook on the web Microsoft seems to be testing a new integration in Outlook.com which will bring Google services into the experience. The capability was first spotted by Twitter user Florian B, who pointed out that not only is it possible to add a Gmail e-mail inbox, but you can also attach files from Google Drive into e-mail messages, as well as access your Google Calendar on Outlook.com. As it stands, the feature seems to be very limited in terms of availability, and it doesn't seem to be available for us just yet. This might be because it's still in early testing, as Florian points out that switching between Outlook and Gmail accounts refreshes the entire page, and you also can't add more than one Google account (via The Verge). Otherwise, the integration seems to be much like what you find in the Outlook apps, which already let you manage accounts from a multitude of services. The Mail and Calendar apps on Windows 10 can also integrate e-mail and calendar from Google, but you can't attach Google Drive files as easily, so this could be an improvement for desktop users. It's currently unknown when the feature will be more widely available, but we've reached out to Microsoft for more information, and we'll update this article if there's anything new. Source: Microsoft is testing Gmail integration in Outlook on the web (Neowin)
  19. Volkswagen is putting this cool electric station wagon into production It is the latest concept to show off the VW's modular electric platform. First image of article image gallery. Please visit the source link to see all images. Volkswagen provided three nights in a hotel and air travel from Los Angeles to Washington, DC for this story. LOS ANGELES—Buzz. Crozz. Buggy. Vizzion. And now Space Vizzion. No, I haven't overdosed on the letter Z; those are the slightly wacky names for a series of not-at-all-wacky electric ID concept cars from Volkswagen, the newest of which was just unveiled on Tuesday night in Los Angeles. The ID Space Vizzion is the latest installment in an electrification push from one of the world's largest automakers, one aiming to sell 20 million electric cars worldwide over the next 10 years. Volkswagen Group had little choice but to embrace electric powertrains in the aftermath of dieselgate—the alternative would be failing to meet 2021's European CO2 rules, which would result in billions of dollars in fines. Audi and Porsche, the two big premium brands within the group, got their battery EVs to market first. The first of these—the Audi e-tron—is mainly a stop-gap, a Q8 with batteries and two electric motors in place of the normal internal combustion engine stuff. The Porsche Taycan had an extra year to gestate, and is all the better for it, a mostly clean-sheet design that's wowed everyone who's driven it. Meanwhile, over at VW (the brand, not the group) the engineers were working on MEB (Modularer E-Antriebs-Baukasten, or Modular Electrification Toolkit), which it will use to build millions of BEVs over the next decade. VW has long embraced the use of modular architectures; its current MQB (Modularer Querbaukasten, or Modular Transverse Toolkit) gives rise to such diverse cars as the VW Atlas and Audi TT-RS. And MEB should be even more flexible, as the various ID concept cars have shown. Ignore the ID Space Vizzion's Z-overdose name and think of it instead as an electric Passat station wagon. It's a five-door, more practical evolution of 2018's ID Vizzion, itself VW's take on a Passat-sized electric sedan. But this one looks better because as we all know, wagons > sedans. I'm also impressed with how aerodynamic it is—VW told me that the Space Vizzion's drag coefficient is just 0.24, and that's with conventional side mirrors, too. Between the axles there's an 77kWh battery pack. Add that to the low-drag body, and the result is at least 300 miles on the EPA test cycle or 590km on the WLTP test, VW says. The rear wheels are driven by a 205kW (275hp), 550Nm (406lb-ft) motor, although there will be an option for all-wheel drive with a total power output of 250kW (335hp). The fact that VW is talking about options on a concept car should give you the idea that this is one of those thinly disguised production car concepts rather than a "it's made entirely out of clay and half the stuff in it hasn't been invented yet" kind of concept car. In 2022 the Space Vizzion will go on sale, probably with a slightly more boring nose, almost certainly with a more boring interior, and definitely with a less Z-filled name. If you don't want to wait that long for an electric VW, the ID.3 hatchback is on sale in Europe, and next year here in the US we get the ID.4 crossover (which will also be built in Chattanooga, Tennessee, starting in 2022). Listing image by Jonathan Gitlin Source: Volkswagen is putting this cool electric station wagon into production (Ars Technica) (To view the article's image gallery, please visit the above link)
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    Macrium Reflect 7.2.4539

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  21. New antibiotic found in bacteria inside a worm inside an insect egg It comes from the microbiome of parasitic worms. Diana Gitig - 11/21/2019, 4:00 AM Enlarge BSIP/Universal Images Group The last antibiotics generated against Gram-negative bacteria—which tend to be the more dangerous type—were developed in the 1960s. Thanks to the rise of antibiotic resistance, we need more. But rather than going through the trouble of trying to make our own, scientists have looked to other species that might need to kill the same bacteria that we do—we can just swipe theirs. Our own guts and soil bacteria have yielded a few recent hits. The latest organisms that researchers have looked to are bacteria in the microbiomes of roundworms that parasitize insects (technically termed enteropathogenic nematodes). They were considered promising candidates because the worms invade insect larvae and release bacteria. Those bacteria then have to fend off the ones already living in the insect larva, as well as all the other bacteria the nematodes just spewed out. Conveniently for us, those species include common pathogens in our own guts, like E. coli. Usually, when microorganisms are being screened to see if they make effective antibiotics, they are grown on a plate along with the pathogenic bacteria to see if the ones being screened thwart the growth of the ones being targeted. The species taken from the nematodes’ guts did not stop the growth of E. coli in this traditional assay. But the scientists speculated that maybe they still made antibiotics, just not at high enough levels. And they were right. Concentrated extracts of the nematode gut cultures did stop E. coli from growing. The active compound in the extracts was a seven-amino-acid-long peptide chain, a shorter version of a protein. The peptide chain isn't typically made when the bacteria are grown under laboratory conditions and is made only slowly and at low levels in other contexts. The discoverers named it darobactin. It is made by a number of different bacterial species, including Yersinia pestis, the Gram-negative bacteria that causes plague. Darobactin is too big to get across the outer membrane of the Gram-negative bacteria it targets. To figure out how it worked, the researchers generated mutant E. coli that were resistant to it by growing them in its presence. Generating resistance took all of a week. The resistant strains all had mutations in a protein called BamA, which encodes a chaperone protein. This chaperone's job is to shepherd proteins that belong in the bacterial outer membrane to their proper spot and, once there, help them fold into the correct three-dimensional orientations. Darobactin binds to BamA after it's stuck to one of these outer membrane proteins locking it in place and thereby preventing the formation of a functional outer membrane. BamA is one of only two essential proteins expressed on the outer surface of Gram-negative bacteria. If these nematode commensals make a molecule that targets it that we can exploit, perhaps other microorganisms do, too. Nature, 2019. DOI: 10.1038/s41586-019-1791-1 (About DOIs). Source: New antibiotic found in bacteria inside a worm inside an insect egg (Ars Technica)
  22. Find files on your smartphone or tablet quickly with NirSoft's MobileFileSearch NirSoft has released a new freeware tool which helps Windows users to search for files and folders in their USB-connected MTP devices. MTP stands for media tranfer protocol; it is commonly used by smartphones and tablets when they are connected to desktop computers. Tip: check out Nirsoft's new pre-release software section to test tools before official release. You may have seen the term when you plug in a phone to your computer. The notification shade may say "Charging via USB, touch for more options." If you do, MTP is one of the available options that you may select. I connect my phone(s) to my computer frequently to transfer files, take backups or perform other operations. One of the issues that users may run into is that the phone's directory structure is quite complex and that it is not always clear where specific files, say photos and videos you took, are located. For example, you want to copy some images from the phone. Depending on the application and type, these may be in different folders. Screenshots are placed in a different folder than photos taken with the camera, and images from third-party applications like Telegram or WhatsApp are also in other folders. Locations may also depend on the Android version and firmware that is being used. Searching through the files is quite a difficult task as well. MobileFileSearch simplifies this task. Connect your phone or tablet to your computer using a USB cable, and enable the file transfer protocol. To use the program, download and extract the archive, and run the executable. The program opens two windows by default: MobileFileSearch and Search Options. The latter is the foreground Window and has options that you need to select for performing a search. The first thing to do is to select the device that the program has to search but only if you have more than one MTP device connected to the computer. The default option is to search in all devices at the same time. Use the drop-down menu to specify the one you want to use and the device's name will appear in the other drop-down menu on the right. The Base Folders option is useful if you want to search inside a specific folder, but you'll have to input the full path of the folder. You can get the path using Explorer or another file manager. What if you don't know where to find the folder? Leave the Base Folders field empty and the program will search the entire device. Subfolders Depth lets you set how many sub-folder levels the program should parse to find your files. You can set it from between 0-15 or leave it at infinite. The Wildcards option is the one you use on Windows to search for all files of a specific format like *.txt, *.jpg, or *.mp3. The next setting allows you to define the minimum file size to look for, say 1KB or 20MB or 500GB. You can restrict the search by setting a maximum File size limit as well. You can narrow down the search further by selecting the Created time and Modified time; these are handy if you are looking for files created at a specific time. For e.g. if you're looking for photos which you took during your vacation, set the date to when you were away and MobileFileSearch should list the files which were created at the defined time. The Find Files or Find Folders options do exactly what they're named after. Hit the "Start Search" button to perform the search. Now, switch to the MobileFileSearch window and it should list the relevant results. Tip: You can close the search window after the process has begun. To stop the search, hit the Stop button in the top left corner of the MobileFileSearch window. The default view displays lots of columns including the file name, full path, object name, object id, created time, modified time, authored time, file extension, and file size. It also displays some advanced information such as Allow Delete, System, Hidden, DRM Protected, Device Name, and Device ID. Tip: You can disable any of the columns from the View menu and sort the listing with a click on a column header. Copy and delete files You can select one or more (or all) of the files from the search results to perform the following actions. Edit > Copy selected items to clipboard. File > Copy selected files to > choose a destination folder. You can set it to skip the file copy if the file already exists, or overwrite the file, or copy it using a new file name. File > Delete selected files. Selecting a file and clicking on the file menu allows you to open the file or select the "Open with" option to choose which program you want to open the file with. You can view an individual file's properties by using the File menu, and the information is displayed in a small pop-up window. Find tool The Edit menu has a Find tool (the basic Windows Ctrl + F tool), which you can use to type the name of a file and it locates the corresponding file from the search results. Reports The HTML menu has two report options, one for the selected files, and one for all files. There is a similar option in the File menu called "Export", which you can use to save the properties of the selected files, in a text document. These options are also available via the right-click context menu. Closing Words MobileFileSearch, like all NirSoft applications is portable. The program is compatible with Windows Vista and above, and supports 32-bit and 64-bit computers. Aside from the search options, I really like the program's reports and copy to folder options which can save quite a bit of time. Source: Find files on your smartphone or tablet quickly with NirSoft's MobileFileSearch (gHacks)
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    Internet Download Manager 6.35 Build 12

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