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  2. Stig

    Realtek HD Audio Driver 6.0.8924.1 WHQL

    An update... The Realtek Audio Console which replaces HD Audio Manager for UAD/DCH drivers has installed itself after another reboot. You have to search for it though. I didn't get any notification and it doesn't have a tray icon and is not in Control Panel, of course. It's strange how it wouldn't come up in search results in the Windows Store. It seems like the author of this article had a similar problem. Thanks for all your help, erp.
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  4. That's true has been changed now to only 35 days if that's not long enough an easy solution is to just use this.
  5. RobrPatty

    Hotspot Shield 9.8.7 Business Edition

    Is this version newer than Hotspot Shield v.9.21.3? Also on the homepage hotspot shield is up to version 10.
  6. xuzhong

    CyberLink PowerDVD Ultra v20.0.1519.62

    Hi ,sledge101 How can use "My Shared Media(to other devices)" ? It need cyberlink cloud sign in ,and need storage ,How can do it ? Thank you !
  7. In context: An Indian startup called OneTouch AppLabs recently rose to prominence for its "Remove China Apps" Android app that scanned devices for Chinese-made apps and let users manually uninstall them from the resulting list. The software amassed over five million local downloads on the Google Play Store within two weeks from launch and has now been pulled from the marketplace for violating Google's deceptive behavior policy. OneTouch AppLabs' viral app had a hit-or-miss reputation with detecting Chinese apps on devices, but it soon received over 5 million downloads on the Play Store in India, making it among the top trending apps in the country. The surge in popularity soon caught the attention of Google, which has now taken it down from the marketplace. The company confirmed to Gadgets 360 that it suspended the app for its violation of the Play Store's Deceptive Behaviour Policy, which prohibits apps that encourage, mislead or incentivize users into removing or disabling third-party apps. The app's developer claimed it made the software "for educational purposes only to identify the country of origin of a certain application(s)," and that it does not "promote or force people to uninstall any of the application(s)," though Google's standing on the matter is now clear. The anti-Chinese sentiment has recently grown in India due to cross-border tensions in the Himalayas, leading some local celebrities to call for removing apps affiliated with China. The latter has also threatened to respond with "tit-for-tat punishment from Beijing" if India continues to strain bilateral relations with its "irrational anti-China sentiment." Although the effectiveness of such apps is difficult to ascertain, they can become a tool in delivering a bigger message. And while this app may have led to many deletions in India, nearly all of them would have taken place on Chinese-made phones. The latter holds a dominant position in India's smartphone market and currently has 4 vendors among the top 5 (Xiaomi at No.1) in terms of market share, according to analytics firm Counterpoint. Source
  8. $50 gets you four games and a 1.15" screen What just happened? To celebrate its 60th anniversary, Sega is releasing another miniature version of one of its classic consoles. Surprisingly, the device is a reimagining of the company’s 8-bit handheld Game Gear system, and it’s absolutely tiny. The Game Gear Micro arrives in Japan on October 8, where it will cost 4,980 yen (around $45 - $50). As you can see in the photos, the screen is comically small, measuring just 1.15 inches. If, however, you preorder all four versions of the handsets at once, a replica of the original Game Gear’s Big Window Micro lens accessory will be included, making the display easier to see for those without magnifying glasses for eyes. The entire console is just 80mm x 43mm x 20mm, making it easy to lose down the sofa. As for what games it plays, that depends on your choice of color. Each Game Gear Micro comes with four preinstalled titles: Black will get you get you Sonic, Out Run, Royal Stone, and Puyo Puyo Tsu; blue has Sonic & Tails, Gunstar Heroes, Sylvan Tale, and Baku Baku Animal; red includes Game Gear Shinobi, Columns, and the two Megami Tensei Gaiden games, while yellow comes with Shining Force, Shining Force II, Shining Force: Final Conflict, and Nazo Puyo Aruru no Ru. Other specs of the Game Gear Micro include a single mono speaker and a headphone jack. You can charge it via USB, though it also runs off two AAA batteries, and users can save their progression in games, thankfully. Several gaming companies have released miniature ‘classic editions’ of their beloved retro consoles. Nintendo’s NES and SNES Classics were both a huge success, while Sony’s PlayStation Classic failed to impress and saw its price drop from $100 to $24.99 in the space of a few months. Sega has been here before, too; it’s Genesis Mini gained excellent reviews, with some calling it the best classic edition console to date. It’s a shame Sega didn’t decide to bring out a miniature version of the brilliant Dreamcast for its anniversary. With that tiny screen, it seems the Game Gear Micro will appeal more to collectors than fans of retro games. If you do want one and live outside of Japan, prepare for disappointment: there's no mention of the console getting a Western release. Source
  9. The country wants to rival China's manufacturing Why it matters: India is growing its efforts to turn into a full-blown manufacturing hub as the local government wants to make the country completely self-reliant and increase its exports of consumer electronics. India has a 500 billion rupees ($6.65 billion) plan to bring more electronics manufacturing to the country in the coming years, taking advantage of changing conditions in the global supply chain and a growing opportunity to use the US-China trade war to further its national interests. The move comes just as the country is easing restrictions related to the travel or foreign workers and engineers during the pandemic, and will target five companies that operate on a global scale in the technology industry, who will get an incentives extension of anywhere between four and six percent on sales of products manufactured in India. According to the Economic Times, there's also a second scheme in the works that would apply to five local companies. These organizations will be selected from major manufacturers of electronic components, semiconductors and mobile devices, and will receive an additional incentive of 25 percent on capital expenditure related to their bill of materials. India has been exploring ways to become a large manufacturing hub to rival China for years, and so far it has managed to convince companies like Samsung and Apple to move a small part of their smartphone production to the country, including flagships. This has mostly served towards exports to the EU, but the Indian government wants to expand its horizons and increase the local added value in electronics manufacturing to 40 percent by 2025. Source
  10. The vintage OS remains popular, months after Microsoft ended support Why it matters: It’s been almost five months since Windows 7 reached the end of its extended support period, meaning that the only users to receive extended security updates (ESUs) are businesses and education customers willing to pay for them. Despite this, the venerable OS is still the second most popular operating system behind Windows 10, taking a near 25 percent share of the market. Hard as it is to believe, Windows 7 released way back in 2009. It exited mainstream support and entered its extended support phase in January 2015, allowing users to still receive free critical security patches, bug fixes, and technical support for the next five years. On January 14 this year, the extended support period ended. ESUs are still available to all Windows 7 Professional and Windows 7 Enterprise customers, but Microsoft charges $25 (Enterprise) or $50 (Pro) per machine, and those prices go up every year. With Windows 7 no longer receiving patches for newly discovered vulnerabilities, it’s increasingly at risk from cyber attacks—the UK’s National Cyber Security Center has warned people not to use Windows 7 for internet banking or even emails. But its number of users has barely changed since January, with the OS still found on almost a quarter of PCs (24.28 percent), according to NetMarketShare. Twelve months ago, Windows 7 had a 35 percent share of the market, so a 10 percent drop for a decade-old OS that’s no longer supported isn’t bad at all. But why do so many want to avoid upgrading to Windows 10? A lot of it is due to privacy concerns surrounding the modern system, though Microsoft has done a lot to address this in recent times. There are also the numerous issues caused by Windows 10’s updates, the fact that some businesses simply haven’t got around to updating, and many people just prefer Windows 7. Elsewhere, Windows 10 continued to cement its position at the top after increasing its share to 57.83 percent. In March, Microsoft finally reached its goal of one billion devices running its latest operating system, missing its original prediction by 20 months. And it’s good news for Linux, which reached an all-time high of 3.17 percent. Source
  11. No way will I ever get in a car (or aeroplane) that is being driven/piloted solely by a machine.
  12. The article quotes a user saying that the up-to 365 day delay feature upgrade delay has been removed in 2004, and suggests that maybe only Enterprise users will have that option from 2004 onwards. Perhaps Microsoft didn't want users to delay upgrading to 2004 so are ignoring users' wishes and pushing it out to them anyway? Let's not forget that Microsoft has a history of ignoring users' wishes (AKA their very own update/upgrade deferment settings) and forcing updates/upgrades. If Microsoft has changed the Registry, as the user mentioned, perhaps your secret method no longer works? No doubt it works, but is not a realistic option for many given the time it takes to backup all, do an install, redo the Control Panel / Settings, reinstall software, restore data... Also a pretty bad indictment on Windows 10, that the only sure way to avoid upgrade problems is a painful, time consuming reinstall.
  13. Stig

    Realtek HD Audio Driver 6.0.8924.1 WHQL

    Hi erp. Here is my Realtek Audio Hardware ID. HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_1220&SUBSYS_1458A0D2&REV_1001 HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_1220&SUBSYS_1458A0D2
  14. recent reaction from Askwoody: https://www.askwoody.com/2020/are-win10-version-1909-users-being-pushed-onto-version-2004/
  15. Adenman

    [expired]Flashpaste v6.5

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    [expired]WebSite X5 Start 17

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  17. erp-ster0

    Windows 10 20H1 - Version 2004 – Build 19041

    we shall see. so we both have to wait either patch Tuesday (June 9) or maybe June 16 but then again, you can solve some of those issues by obtaining updated drivers from your PC manufacturer's web site if they have them available
  18. uranus12

    Adobe Acrobat DC | 02.06.2020 | 2020.09.20067

    Acrobat 2020 Classic,After using amtemu0.9.2, the selection permission mode still pops up. Is there a better solution?
  19. Adenman

    [expired]MSTech Office Home v1.0

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  20. Adenman

    [expired]TogetherShare Data Recovery Pro 7.1

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    [expired]DoYourData Uninstaller Pro 5.3

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  22. erp-ster0

    Realtek HD Audio Driver 6.0.8924.1 WHQL

    it depends on the hardware ID number of the Realtek High Definition Audio device from your board, tm13. you can look that up by following the instructions on this site then I'm not sure why Gigabyte has listed a compact UAD driver (an 8773 version) for your X299X Designare 10g board on their web site instead of a standard HDA driver. check the hardware device ID number on your X299x board by also following the instructions I gave to tm13 I will determine if you can use an HDA driver only after you provide the hardware ID for Realtek audio example - the hardware ID for Realtek ALC892 on my Gigabyte board begins with HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_0892&SUBSYS_1458A182 edit - I know the Realtek HD Audio manager app is bundled in a standard / legacy HDA driver and the UAD drivers use a separate Realtek Audio Console UWP app from the Microsoft Store for tm13's situation, he should stick to using UAD drivers - no need for him to use HDA drivers but for your situation Stig, I'll wait until you can mention the hardware ID number of the Realtek audio device on your board
  23. Some pointless posts/comments removed be nice to people and they'll be nice to you.
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