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  1. ABBYY FineReader 15 OCR software accurately converts paper and image documents into editable formats including Microsoft Word, Excel, PDF and e-books. Recognizing 192 languages in any language combination, FineReader’s unmatched recognition and conversion technologies have been boosted to eliminate retyping or reformatting. ABBYY FineReader 15 preserves all original formats, and recognizes tables and graphs with even higher accuracy. Background processing, quicker image loading and one-click automation get more done, far faster, while verification and editing tools streamline proofing and editing of OCR results. In addition, image pre-processing optimizes digital image conversions and new Text Extraction pulls content sections for reuse elsewhere. Use your digital camera or mobile phone as a portable “scanner” to capture text from hardcopy documents, books and newspapers. As well as from banners, posters and other media. Then, with ABBYY FineReader 15, convert your camera images into electronic text files for editing, archiving, creating new documents and other purposes. Edit and create new documents based on paper or image-only originals. FineReader’s ability to turn documents, however complex their layouts, into editable files saves you significant time and effort. ABBYY FineReader 15 also lets you transform the information trapped in paper or images into actionable, searchable, digital content. Quickly access content trapped in image-only PDFs and scans. Instantly copy and quote sections of content, including text, tables or images. Optical Character Recognition (OCR) is a technology that enables conversion of images, received from scanner or digital camera, and PDFs to editable and searchable text documents ready for editing, quoting, search, and archiving. ABBYY FineReader 15 is a highly intelligent OCR software for creating editable and searchable electronic files from scanned paper documents, PDFs and digital photographs. The application reaches beyond typical OCR capabilities. Such as page by page recognition by processing complex, multipage documents including their original structure. Homepage Download | Corporate (MD5: 7BCD356761B4CA4C6F5BE0A2CACBD0CC ) Download | Multi (MD5: 52C2E28D6AED478482F4F31D19BC28CF ) Note: Fix tested on this version. Crack v15.0.112.2130 by Pafnutiy761 (Updated: 23.01.2020) Site: https://www.upload.ee Sharecode: /files/11021622/cr_15.0.112.2130.fix__23.01.2020_.rar.html Thanks to Pafnutiy761 | ru-board.
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    Terabyte Image for Windows 3.37

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  4. Matt


    Malwarebytes for Windows 4.0 Release Notes Document created by jgolomb on Oct 30, 2019•Last modified by jgolomb on Nov 4, 2019 Version 4 View in full screen mode Malwarebytes for Windows 4.0 released on November 4, 2019. Performance/protective capability New Malwarebytes Katana engine provides improved malware detection. Now registers as primary cybersecurity program in Windows Defender Security Center. Usability User interface redesign for improved user experience. New Threat Center integration to learn more about any threats detected. New lightweight installer ensures the latest version is always installed. Stability/ issues fixed Improved performance and faster scans. Numerous miscellaneous improvements and fixes. https://support.malwarebytes.com/docs/DOC-3606 I guess you are very wrong, and next time please search before you start to complain.
  5. 4K Video Downloader (x86/x64) + Portable 4K Video Downloader allows to download video, audio and subtitles from YouTube in high-quality and as fast as your computer and connection will allow. If you want that video on your iPad, iPhone or other device we've got you covered. Downloading is simple and straightforward: just copy the video link from your browser and click 'Paste Url'. Done! Features: Download entire playlists and channels from YouTube and save them in MP4, MKV, M4A, MP3, FLV, 3G, generate .m3u file for playlists. Download video in HD 1080p, HD 720p or 4K quality and enjoy high dimension video on your HD TV, iPad or other devices. Advanced subtitles download, select if you would like to have .srt file or embedd subtitles in video file to watch it on your Mac for example. Activate “Smart Mode” in order to apply the selected settings to all your downloads, easy and fast. Download video in 3D format, you will find a small special icon among available formats after video parsing. It’s really impressive to watch live shows and cartoons in 3D. Download embedded YouTube videos from any web pages, just copy/paste link and the program will find the source of download. Download video and audio from Vimeo, SoundCloud, Flickr, Facebook and DailyMotion. Use 4K Video Downloader on your PC, Mac or Linux, doesn’t matter what OS you prefer. Homepage: https://www.4kdownload.com/products/product-videodownloader Release Date: 2020-01-23 OS: Windows / Mac OS X / Linux Language: Multilingual Download Page: https://www.4kdownload.com/download DOWNLOAD (Windows): ===================== Installer (32-bit) (69.49 MB) https://dl.4kdownload.com/app/4kvideodownloader_4.11.1.msi Installer (64-bit) (81.48 MB): https://dl.4kdownload.com/app/4kvideodownloader_4.11.1_x64.msi Portable (32-bit) (81.22 MB): https://dl.4kdownload.com/app/4kvideodownloader_4.11.1.zip Portable (64-bit) (96.10 MB): https://dl.4kdownload.com/app/4kvideodownloader_4.11.1_x64.zip Patch (x86/x64) (404 KB): (NEW) Site: https://www.upload.ee Sharecode: /files/11020953/Patch-4K.Video.Downloader.4.11.x-Astron.rar.html ===================== 
  6. Changes: - A possible error when quickly changing the sort column of the Details list has been fixed. - An error when exporting multiple scan targets into one PDF file was fixed. - In some cases, the order of the scans in the directory tree changed unintended. It now always represents the order in which the scans have been added. - File search: Drag&drop of files and folders from the result list now works again. - File search: The function to import and export a list of paths is now also available in the Personal Edition. - File search: A possible error when calculating directory sizes during the search was fixed. - File search: A possible user interface freeze when deleting many files at once was fixed. - File search: When using search filters for file type and file name at the same time, they are now combined correctly. - File search: A problem that could lead to an incomplete import of search results was fixed. Download retail version without fix (solution by xanax, posted in older threads, might still work): Site: https://www.upload.ee Sharecode: /files/10998847/treesize714.rar.html Note: seems that full functionality may not be unlocked in trial version (according to xanax), which is therefore not worth being frontpaged.
  7. T3rM1nat0Rr3

    TreeSize Professional

    TreeSize Professional is a powerful and flexible hard disk space manager for Windows 2003/2008/XP/Vista/7/8. Find out which folders are the largest on your drives and recover megabytes on your disks. TreeSize Professional shows you the size, allocated and wasted space, the number of files, 3D charts, the last access date, the file owner and permissions, the NTFS compression rate and much more information for several folders or drives you choose. It also lets you search drives, entire servers or the entire network for old, big, temporary and duplicate files. The search results can be moved, deleted or exported. The application has an intuitive Explorer-like user interface, it is fast and multi-threaded and supports Unicode and scheduled scans. You can print detailed reports or export the collected data to Excel and to an HTML, XML or text file. TreeSize Professional can be started from the context menu of every folder or drive. Thanks to sternog for the update. Download
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    Debotnet 0.3.0

    Debotnet v0.3.0 A free and portable tool for controlling Windows 10's many privacy-related settings and keep your personal data private. Reclaim privacy on Windows 10 with Debotnet! The Windows 10 default privacy settings leave a lot to be desired when it comes to protecting you and your private information. Whenever I set up a new computer or update a current setup for my family or job, I always carefully go through the privacy settings for each install, making sure to lock it down to make it as private as possible. Windows 10 has raised several concerns about privacy due to the fact that it has a lot of telemetry and online features, which send your data (sensitive and not) to Microsoft and can't be disabled, which means Microsoft can: Run software on your computer without your consent Get data from your computer without your consent Remove software and files from your computer without your consent This qualifies Windows 10 as malware, and more specifically, a botnet. Debotnet requires Windows 10 including both 32-bit and 64-bit versions. Features Disable telemetry and online features, which send your data (sensitive and not) to Microsoft Choose which unwanted functions you wish to disable Debotnet will show you what it's doing. You have full control, because the executing code can be viewed in a simple text editor Simple scripting engine for adding custom privacy rules Debug mode. E.g. the Test mode lets you see which values are twisted in registry or commands executed Scripts updated on GitHub Modern and familiar UI, with theme support Small footprint. No installation required. Portable Homepage: https://www.mirinsoft.com/ms-apps/debotnet Changelog v0.3.0: Optimized initialization routine and fixed some bugs Added script to "Disable Input Personalization" Added script to "Turn off Windows spotlight features" Added script do disable "forced driver updates" Optimized several scripts and fixed several misspelling errors [thanks to @strotee ] Several stability improvements Minor UI improvements Minor bug fixes Download: https://github.com/mirinsoft/debotnet/releases/download/0.3.0/debotnet.zip
  10. Mozilla's security staff is cracking down on malicious Firefox add-ons. Over the past two weeks, Mozilla's add-on review team has banned 197 Firefox add-ons that were caught executing malicious code, stealing user data, or using obfuscation to hide their source code. The add-ons have been banned and removed from the Mozilla Add-on (AMO) portal to prevent new installs, but they've also been disabled in the browsers of the users who already installed them. The bulk of the ban was levied on 129 add-ons developed by 2Ring, a provider of B2B software. The ban was enforced because the add-ons were downloading and executing code from a remote server. According to Mozilla's rules, add-ons must self-contain all their code, and not download code dynamically from remote locations. Mozilla has recently begun strictly enforcing this rule across its entire add-on ecosystem. A similar ban for downloading and executing remote code in users' Firefox browsers was also levied against six add-ons developed by Tamo Junto Caixa, and three add-ons that were deemed fake premium products (their names were not shared). Bans were also levied for illegally collecting user data. Mozilla staff banned an unnamed add-on, WeatherPool and Your Social, Pdfviewer - tools, RoliTrade, and Rolimons Plus. But there were also bans for malicious behavior. Mozilla reviewers banned 30 add-ons that exhibited various types of malicious behavior. Mozilla listed only the add-on IDs, not their names, so add-on developers can appeal the ban and remove the malicious behavior. One add-on who passed the appeal process was the Like4Like.org Addon, initially believed to be collecting and submitting user credentials or tokens of social media websites to another website. Other shady behavior was spotted in the FromDocToPDF add-on, which Mozilla engineers said was loading remote content into Firefox's new tab page. A Firefox add-on named Fake Youtube Downloader was also banned for attempting to install other malware in users' browsers. Add-ons like EasySearch for Firefox, EasyZipTab, FlixTab, ConvertToPDF, and FlixTab Search were banned for intercepting and collecting user search terms, a clearly bannable offense. Last, but not least, Mozilla's security staff also banned a batch of two, nine, and three add-ons that were caught using obfuscated code, a technique through which add-on developers make their code hard to read, for the purpose of hiding malicious behavior. Source
  11. T3rM1nat0Rr3

    KerishDoctor Christmas/NewYear Giveaway (35 x 3-year Licenses)

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    KerishDoctor Christmas/NewYear Giveaway (35 x 3-year Licenses)

    . I am very happy for my fellow winners. I see a few of my online friends on the list. - Hurrah! *And many thanks to our fellow member, the generous Khanyash for putting this contest together for us all.
  13. T3rM1nat0Rr3


    DVDFab is all-in-one DVD copying/converting/burning software. In just one or two steps, you can copy any DVD to DVDR/PSP/iPod/etc. DVDFab is brand new, is completely rewritten, is based on more than 6 years of DVD copy software development. It allows you to remove all DVD copy protections, like CSS, CPPM, RC, RCE, APS, UOPs, ARccOS, RipGuard, FluxDVD, CORE X2, etc. It is constantly updated to support latest DVD copy protections and has a very fast copying speed, normally it's about 10 - 20 minutes. Thanks to Astron for the update. Download
  14. Avatar 2: release date, first images and everything we know What we know about James Cameron's Avatar 2 (Image credit: Disney) The original Avatar was a bona fide phenomenon. With performance capture, luscious CG backgrounds and 3D photography far beyond anything we'd ever experienced before, James Cameron's epic became the highest grossing film of all time when it hit cinemas in 2009. Success like that tends to breed sequels – but they usually make it into cinemas a little quicker than this… Originally slated for 2014, the as-yet-untitled Avatar 2 is the first of four sequels in production. It's a return to the beautiful moon of Pandora, where the indigenous Na'vi people (the tall blue ones with tails) fought off the human invaders who were destroying their land to mine precious "unobtainium". One of their number, paraplegic marine Jake Sully, ended up falling for Neytiri, one of the Na'vi, and ended up with his consciousness permanently downloaded into his "avatar" Na'vi body. Avatar 2 will pick up the couple's story now that they have kids, introducing new Na'vi and humans to the mix. But what else can we expect from the movie that – until 2019's Avengers: Endgame – was the biggest blockbuster hit of all time? We've sent out an early recon mission to Pandora to find out everything you need to know about Avatar 2's release date, title, plot, cast and more. Avatar 2 release date (and Avatar 3, 4 and 5's release dates) You know that Star Wars-shaped hole that’ll be making December release schedules feel rather empty after The Rise of Skywalker? From 2021 onwards, Avatar sequels will be on hand to fill it. 12 years after James Cameron's original movie smashed box office records, Avatar 2 will be making its debut on December 17, 2021. Avatar 3, Avatar 4 and Avatar 5 were written simultaneously and are also in the works, but we won’t have to wait nearly as long for those – they’re currently slated for December 2023, December 2025 and December 2027 releases if you want to get them in your diary early. The next three, as-yet-unannounced Star Wars movies will be on hand to fill Avatar-shaped holes in December release schedules in 2022, 2024 and 2026. Cut to the chase What is it? The big-budget return to Pandora, the vibrant world James Cameron created for the original Avatar back in 2009. Where can I watch it? This will be an absolutely massive tentpole release, so there shouldn’t be a shortage of multiplexes where you can see it – as long as James Cameron doesn’t set the technical bar so high that average cinemas can’t handle the screening specs. You should expect it to arrive on Disney Plus after its theatrical release. When can I watch it? December 17, 2021. Avatar 2: first images revealed (Image credit: Disney/20th Century Fox) The first images of Avatar 2 – concept art from the watery parts of Pandora – were unveiled during CES 2020. They show more of the movie's ocean-based settings. Check out a couple more images below: (Image credit: Disney/20th Century Fox) (Image credit: Disney/20th Century Fox) Does Avatar 2 have a proper title? Nothing official beyond Avatar 2. A 2018 BBC report claimed that the four new films may be titled Avatar: The Way of Water, Avatar: The Seed Bearer, Avatar: The Tulkun Rider and Avatar: The Quest for Eywa (Eywa being the name of the Pandoran deity worshipped by the Na’vi). Alas, if you think they sound a tad uninspiring, the bad news is that they may well be real. "Those titles are among the titles that are in consideration," Cameron told ET. "No final decisions have been made yet." Alternatively, he could just keep things simple by going the Alien route with Avatars, Avatar3, Avatar Resurrection and Avatar Vs Predator. Or maybe not. Avatar 2's story: what we know Plot specifics are currently as elusive as the 'Unobtainium' the human invaders were trying to extract from Pandora in the original Avatar. We do know, however, that the story will pick up around a decade after the first film, and that Jake Sully (whose human consciousness was permanently downloaded into his Na’vi body) and Neytiri now have children. It’s also been confirmed that much of the movie will take place around Pandora's oceans, with the newly introduced sea-faring Metkayina clan playing a key role. "We made the decision for the sequels not to do necessarily what other science fiction movies do, which is if they want water they go to the ocean planet; and if they want snow, they go to the ice planet," Cameron's long-term producing partner Jon Landau said in an interview with Slashfilm. "We looked at all the wonders the Earth shows us, and we realized we could travel our whole lives and not see all the true wonders Earth has. So Jim made the decision to set the sequels all on Pandora. Our stories introduce us to different environments, and also different cultures." Of course, there are also going to be run-ins with those annoying, moon-pillaging humans of the Resources Development Association (RDA). "The storyline in the sequels really follows Jake and Neytiri, and their children," Cameron told Variety. "It's more of a family saga about the struggle with the humans." While Avatar 2 will be the second act of a five-movie saga, the plan is for it to function as a film in its own right, while still being part of a wider arc. Indeed, Cameron's desire to craft a story that was truly worth telling is one of the main reasons Avatar 2 has taken so long to materialize. "We're making standalone movies that will stand alone," Landau told Slashfilm. "Rather than rushing into doing the sequels, because Jim doesn't rush it, we have to build our foundation, and that’s the scripts. Knowing that we wanted to tell multiple stories, we didn't just want to solve one script. We wanted to solve the scripts for all of the movies we wanted to make before we ventured out into making them. That's what took us the time." Avatar 2 cast: new and returning characters (Image credit: Disney) Unsurprisingly, Sam Worthington and Zoe Saldana are stepping back into their performance capture suits to play leads Jake and Neytiri, while Giovanni Ribisi (RDA chief Parker Selfridge), Joel David Moore (sympathetic human Norm Spellman) and CCH Pounder (Na'vi spiritual leader and Neytiri's mother Mo'at) are all reprising their roles. There are also surprise returns for Sigourney Weaver and Stephen Lang, whose characters Grace Augustine and General Quaritch both died in the first movie. Cameron confirmed to Entertainment Weekly way back in 2014 that Weaver is coming back as "a different and in many ways more challenging character" – it seems reasonable to assume Grace's return may have something to do with her consciousness passing into the Tree of Souls. Grizzled soldier Quaritch, meanwhile, seems set to be a key antagonist in the four new movies. "I'm not going to say exactly how we're bringing him back," Cameron told Deadline in 2013, "but it's a science fiction story after all. His character will evolve into really unexpected places across the arc of the new three-film saga." It's worth bearing in mind this quote is from almost seven years ago (it's now a four-film saga), and you never know what might've changed in the meantime. There are plenty of newbies joining the cast, too – including Cameron's reunion with his Titanic star Kate Winslet, who's playing a character called Ronal. There are also roles for Flight of the Conchords Jemaine Clement (Dr Ian Garvin), Harry Potter's David Thewlis (Peylak), Star Trek: Discovery's Michelle Yeoh (Dr Karina Mogue), The Sopranos' Edie Falco (General Ardmore), Game of Thrones' Oona Chaplin (Varang) and Fear the Walking Dead's Cliff Curtis (Metkayina chief Tonowari). There are also seven kids joining the cast. Jake and Neytiri's children are played by Jamie Flatters (Neteyam), Britain Dalton (Lo'ak) and Trinity Bliss (Tuktirey), while there are three free-diving Metkayina kids confirmed: Bailey Bass (Tsireya), Filip Geljo (Aonung) and Duane Evans Jr (Rotxo). Finally, Jack Champion plays a human teenager born on Pandora, called Javier "Spider" Socorro. Avatar 2 is made with underwater mo-cap technology From The Abyss to Terminator 2, Titanic to Avatar, a new James Cameron movie usually pushes the envelope when it comes to cinematic ambition. Expect Avatar 2 to be no different, as Cameron will undoubtedly be creating visuals unlike anything we've seen on screen before. One of the key developments will be world-first underwater performance capture technology. "The problem with water is not the underwater part, but the interface between the air and the water, which forms a moving mirror," Cameron told Collider. "That moving mirror reflects all the dots and markers, and it creates a bunch of false markers. It's a little bit like a fighter plane dumping a bunch of chaff to confuse the radar system of a missile. It creates thousands of false targets, so we've had to figure out how to get around that problem, which we did." Cameron also wants to revolutionize the 3D experience in cinemas again, and it'll be particularly interesting to see how he fares here. Avatar's 3D visuals (arguably still yet to be bettered) kickstarted new levels of interest in stereoscopic projection, and for several years in the wake of its release, multiplexes were dominated by 3D screenings of blockbusters. Cinemagoers' interest has subsequently waned – a change Cameron has blamed on Hollywood's preference for converting 2D-shot movies into 3D in post-production, rather than using actual stereoscopic cameras – but in an appearance at the Vivid light festival in Sydney (reported by Movieweb), he said the Avatar sequels "will be, to the best of my ability, the best 3D that [it's] possible to make." Will the world still care about Avatar? 2009 was a long time ago. Over a decade has passed since Avatar first hit cinema screens, and 3D has largely drifted into memory as a fad. But people's fascination with Pandora shouldn't be counted out – they still want to be shown something they've never seen in a movie theater before, and Cameron is determined to provide that experience for his audience. We can't wait to see what he comes up with. Source: Avatar 2: release date, first images and everything we know (TechRadar)
  15. T3rM1nat0Rr3

    KeePass 2.44

    KeePass is a free open source password manager, which helps you to manage your passwords in a secure way. You can put all your passwords in one database, which is locked with one master key or a key file. So you only have to remember one single master password or select the key file to unlock the whole database. The databases are encrypted using the best and most secure encryption algorithms currently known (AES and Twofish). Thanks to Astron for the update. Download
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  22. Windows 10 20H1 release date, news and features The first major Windows 10 update of 2020 (Image credit: TechRadar) Windows 10 20H1 is the first major Windows 10 update of 2020, and it should be coming soon, promising to bring loads of new features to Microsoft's popular operating system. We still don't have an exact date for Windows 10 20H1, also known as Windows 10 version 2004, but we've already got some details on the new features coming. Builds of Windows 10 20H1 have been available to Fast Ring Insider testers since early 2019, and that's made plenty of information available. We're going to lay out all of the most exciting, interesting, and generally useful features that are coming up in Windows 10 20H1 within – you guessed it – the first half of 2020, along with any news and rumors we've found. Cut to the chase Windows 10 20H1 release date We're still not too sure when the Windows 10 20H1 release date will be, though the name '20H1' means we'll be getting it in the first half of 2020. In the past, major Windows 10 updates that are released in the first half of the year are usually released in April, such as the Windows 10 April 2018 Update, though last year we saw the Windows 10 May 2019 Update, due to delays. So, the smart money would be on an April or May 2020 release, but Microsoft could always surprise us. Windows 10 20H1 name At the moment this major Windows 10 update is going by a few names: Windows 10 20H1 and Windows 10 build 2004, neither of which will be the final name. Microsoft may stick with its naming convention of previous Windows 10 updates and name it after the time it's released, for example Windows 10 April 2020 update, or Windows 10 Spring 2020 update – although that latter name might be confusing to people living in the Southern Hemisphere. Of course Microsoft could change tack again. Perhaps it will name the update after the kind of features it's introducing, like the Windows 10 Creators Update, which was released in 2017. Windows 10 20H1 features Regardless of the release date and name, the Windows 10 20H1 update will likely bring a load of new features to Windows 10 – certainly more than the relatively low-key Windows 10 November 2019 Update, anyway. So, here are all the new Windows 10 20H1 features that we know of. Windows 10 20H1 brings a new look We've seen more than one hint that Version 20H1 could be making a move toward a more rounded design instead of the sharp angles seen currently in Windows 10. This would extend from windows and buttons to sliders and pop-up dialog boxes. This would work to provide some more consistency between the desktop user interface and apps, as well as aligning it more with modern web and app style. This change isn't certain though, but has been hinted at more than once. Windows 10 20H1 brings new virtual desktop names When you make virtual desktops in Windows 10 right now, they get rather unhelpful, numbered names: Desktop 1, Desktop 2, etc. Version 20H1 should introduce the option to create custom names for each virtual desktop. So, if you use virtual desktops to separate work and play or various projects, you can make sure each is clearly labeled for which project each is dedicated to. And, as Windows Central notes, the custom virtual desktops can be saved so they aren't reset after each reboot. Windows 10 20H1 brings commitment to Windows Hello Many computers are now built with fingerprint scanners or advanced cameras that provide facial recognition to work with Windows Hello. This lets you sign on without a password, but Windows still requires a password for the account even if you don't have to use it to sign on every time. The 20H1 update may include an option to make your device password-less, letting it exclusively rely on Windows Hello for signing into your Microsoft account, Windows Central reports. Windows 10 20H1 will improve Cortana It seems like Microsoft isn't giving up on Cortana, its voice assistant, any time soon, and Windows 10 20H1 will bring improvements, with a better conversational experience that will make it feel more natural to 'chat' with Cortana. Cortana will also have its own app, rather than being built into Windows 10, so we can expect more regular updates in the future – rather than having to wait for Microsoft to release major Windows updates. Windows 10 20H1 makes it easier to reset Windows 10 Another welcome addition is that Windows 10 20H1 will make it easier to reset Windows 10 to how it was when you first installed it, or when you first bought your device. It include the Cloud Download feature, reinstalling Windows 10 from an updated version that's held online, and should make resetting or reinstalling Windows 10 even easier. Source: Windows 10 20H1 release date, news and features (TechRadar)
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This visual trickery may be fractionally less confusing in a small screen mobile environment -- where Google debuted the change last year. But on a desktop screen these favicons are truly minuscule. And where to click to get actual information starts to feel like a total lottery. A lottery that's being stacked in Google's favor because confused users are likely to end up clicking more ad links than they otherwise would, meaning it cashes in at the expense of web users' time and energy. Back in May, when Google pushed this change on mobile users, it touted the tweaks as a way for sites to showcase their own branding, instead of looking like every other blue link on a search result page. But it did so while simultaneously erasing a box-out that it had previously displayed around the label 'Ad' to make it stand out. That made it "harder to differentiate ads and search results," as we wrote then -- predicting it will "likely lead to outcry". There were certainly complaints. And there will likely be more now -- given the visual flattening of the gap between ad clicks and organic links looks even more confusing for users of Google search on desktop. (Albeit, the slow drip of design change updates also works against mass user outcry.) We reached out to Google to ask for a response to the latest criticism that the new design for search results makes it almost impossible to distinguish between organic results and ads. But the company ignored repeat requests for comment. Of course it's true that plenty of UX design changes face backlash, especially early on. Change in the digital realm is rarely instantly popular. It's usually more 'slow burn' acceptance. But there's no consumer-friendly logic to this one. (And the slow burn going on here involves the user being cast in the role of the metaphorical frog.) Instead, Google is just making it harder for web users to click on the page they're actually looking for -- because, from a revenue-generating perspective, it prefers them to click an ad. It's the visual equivalent of a supermarket putting a similarly packaged own-brand right next to some fancy branded shampoo on the shelf -- in the hopes a rushed shopper will pluck the wrong one. (Real life dark patterns are indeed a thing.) It's also a handy illustration of quite how far away from the user Google's priorities have shifted, and continue to drift. "When Google introduced ads, they were clearly marked with a label and a brightly tinted box," said UX specialist Harry Brignull. "This was in stark contrast to all the other search engines at the time, who were trying to blend paid listings in amongst the organic ones, in an effort to drive clicks and revenue. In those days, Google came across as the most honest search engine on the planet." Brignull is well qualified to comment on dark patterns -- having been calling out deceptive design since 2010 when he founded darkpatterns.org. "I first learned about Google in the late 1990s. In those days you learned about the web by reading print magazines, which is charmingly quaint to look back on. I picked up a copy of Wired Magazine and there it was - a sidebar talking about a new search engine called 'Google'," he recalled. "Google was amazing. In an era of portals, flash banners and link directories, it went in the opposite direction. It didn't care about the daft games the other search engines were playing. It didn't even seem to acknowledge they existed. It didn't even seem to want to be a business. It was a feat of engineering, and it felt like a public utility. "The original Google homepage was recognised a guiding light of purism in digital design. Search was provided by an unstyled text field and button. There was nothing else on the homepage. Just the logo. 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  31. The Witcher season 2: release date details, story, and what we know The Witcher season 2 has a tentative release date of 2021 on Netflix (Image credit: Katalin Vermes/Netflix) The Witcher season 2 can't come to Netflix soon enough. The fantasy drama, starring Henry Cavill as Geralt of Rivia, drew 76 million viewers for the streaming service during season one, and was the sixth most-watched Netflix show of 2019 after less than a month. Next season, expect more monster hunting, political machinations and all-out war. It hasn't been hard to find new details about The Witcher season 2 in 2020. Every week there seems to be some extra information about what's to come, whether it's from interviews with creator Lauren Hissrich, or even social media posts. The most important thing is this, though: The Witcher season 2 is officially confirmed, and filming begins in February 2020. 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But what is Ciri's story? In the books, Ciri's story makes up the central plot of 'the saga'. The saga covers five books, starting with Blood of Elves, and centers on Ciri, her importance as a magical royal with Elven heritage, her relationship with Geralt, her ongoing efforts to survive, and how all this shapes events on The Continent. (Image credit: Netflix) The setup for this has already begun, as the very beginning of Blood of Elves is covered in season one by the siege and downfall of Cintra and Ciri's escape. Elsewhere, expect to see more of life under Nilfgaardian rule in season 2, and high tensions between humans and non-humans. The grand location of Kaer Morhen should appear prominently in The Witcher season 2 as well. This is the ancestral home and stronghold of the Witchers, and Geralt is required to take Ciri to the fortress for protection and training. Here, he takes closer guardianship of Ciri, becoming a father figure. 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Ciri's development is a great basis for future tales in The Witcher universe that combine themes of family and love, and mystery and magic. She and Yennefer get separated from Geralt during the saga, and his attempts to reunite with them form a gripping part of the story. This journey takes him across the Continent and introduces him to plenty of interesting new places and characters. Then there's the important role of the Wild Hunt: a group of elven warriors who raid other worlds for slaves. Their introduction could really ramp up the peril in the pursuit of Ciri. The Witcher feels like it's here to stay on Netflix The first season of The Witcher shrugged off the idea that it was just here to replace Game of Thrones. It confidently told stories in its own way and presented a fantasy world that has already captures people's imaginations. 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  32. The Windows 10 November 2019 Update is now fully available to seekers The Windows 10 November 2019 Update has been out for a couple of months now, and now that it's been tested by the public for some time, Microsoft is making it available to everyone. In a new update to the release information page for Windows 10, the company says that any user on a recent version of Windows 10 will now see the update when they click the "Check for Updates" button on Windows Update. This should mean any upgrade blocks have been lifted, since the update has technically been available to seekers since its initial release. In addition to being available for everyone who searches for updates, the update is now being pushed to more devices automatically, specifically those that are on Windows 10 version 1809, which is set to reach the end of support in a few months. As part of Microsoft's lifecycle policy for Windows 10, feature updates aren't automatically installed unless the user is running a version that's nearing the end of support, which is the case here. The company had already started to automatically update some users, but it seems like it's expanding the pool of targeted PCs. The Windows 10 November 2019 Update is the smallest feature update Windows 10 has received so far, and in fact, it shares all the same servicing content with the previous version, the May 2019 Update. The only difference is the build number and a few extra features that are enabled in the new version, but technically still present in the previous release. If you're interested, you can check our guide to the November 2019 Update here to know everything that's new, or head here to learn about which features have been deprecated or removed. Source: The Windows 10 November 2019 Update is now fully available to seekers (Neowin)
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  44. (Reuters) - Intel Corp’s shares hit their highest in nearly two decades on Friday after cloud computing demand fired up the chipmaker’s data center business and allayed concerns of market share loss to rival AMD, lifting stocks across the sector. At least 15 brokerages raised their price targets on Intel’s stock, with J.P.Morgan making the most aggressive move by boosting its target by $12 to $80, well above the median price target of $65. Revenue at Intel’s data center business jumped 19% and sales to cloud computing providers surged 48% year-over-year in the fourth quarter. “We think Intel is benefiting from an improving macro economic climate versus company specific improvements at this time,” RBC Capital Markets analyst Mitch Steves said, adding that he expects strong results from data center rivals AMD and Nvidia . Shares of AMD, which will report earnings next week, rose 1% to a record high. Nvidia shares were also up 1%. European chipmakers ASML Holding NV and STMicroelectricals NV rose almost 2%. Intel's stock was up 8.6% at $68.75, a level it has not seen since the peak of the dotcom boom in 2000, propelling the broader Nasdaq .IXIC and the Philadelphia SE Semiconductor Index .SOX to record highs. Other major chipmakers such as Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd and Texas Instruments have also given upbeat forecasts this month, cementing hopes of a rebound in the market that fell nearly 12% in 2019, according to research firm Gartner. However, Intel has struggled with delays in its 10nm chip technology, losing its lead to rival TSMC in the race to supply to the “new data economy”, which includes 5G, autonomous vehicles and artificial intelligence. AMD has partnered with TSMC to launch several new products based on the smaller 7nm design. Intel said on Thursday it would release nine 10nm products this year and launch its lead 7nm product next year. “We continue to expect competitive headwinds to impact Intel’s server and PC CPU strongholds over the next few quarters, as AMD continues its onslaught on Intel’s hegemony,” Morningstar analysts said. Intel has also been facing a shortage of PC chips, and the company said it would boost its capacity to make such chips, in a sign that the manufacturing woes that plagued chipmakers over the past year were starting to ease. Source
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