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A Quick and Easy Way to Run a Program Without Getting the UAC Prompt in Windows 7 and 8 2 years 5 months ago Sgluber

Totaly agree!

The continous use of UAC takes (almost) everyone to click always on "Yes" with no reading of the prompted window.

The time show us that UAC is one more useless (or nearly useless) "security feature" from Microsoft.

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A Quick and Easy Way to Run a Program Without Getting the UAC Prompt in Windows 7 and 8 2 years 5 months ago cptdoom

I meant the shortcut that I created, not the actual program

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A Quick and Easy Way to Run a Program Without Getting the UAC Prompt in Windows 7 and 8 2 years 5 months ago Anupam Are you sure you clicked on the right link? The link on this article is not wrong, and it takes you to the WinAero page, and there is no VisualBee anywhere there. And anyways, even if you did go to wrong page, you should be careful enough to see that this article mentions WinAero, and not VisualBee, and you should not have downloaded it, and even if you downloaded, you should not have installed it. You did something wrong at your end it seems. view
A Quick and Easy Way to Run a Program Without Getting the UAC Prompt in Windows 7 and 8 2 years 5 months ago courtenayguy

I must have clicked on something else! Amazing..tried it again and all's well. I'm no rookie at this, but I must have been careless somewhere along the way on this one! Thanks...and sorry for misleading YOU!

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A Quick and Easy Way to Run a Program Without Getting the UAC Prompt in Windows 7 and 8 2 years 5 months ago Anupam Thanks for posting back, and its OK... it happens sometimes. Glad this time it went fine for you. Still, it's strange to think what might you have clicked on that time, which led you to the wrong link. Well, be careful :). We always make sure that whatever links we post are safe, and we also try to inform users of any bundled extras that might be there in the setup. Still, we can also miss things sometime, and make mistakes. We always appreciate anything that we might have missed, and is bought to our notice. view
A Quick and Easy Way to Run a Program Without Getting the UAC Prompt in Windows 7 and 8 2 years 5 months ago benedict1

Windows 8 system. Tried this on the program Search Everything which I use all the time. I made the elevated icon per instructions but it doesn't work. Killed it and tried again. Same result. What am I missing? This is about as simple as it gets but for some reason I am stuck.

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A Quick and Easy Way to Run a Program Without Getting the UAC Prompt in Windows 7 and 8 2 years 5 months ago gleasonll

I tried creating a new shortcut and modifying an existing shortcut. Neither of them worked. I just get a flash of a black box, and then nothing.

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A Quick and Easy Way to Run a Program Without Getting the UAC Prompt in Windows 7 and 8 2 years 5 months ago v.laurie All I can say is that it worked for me on Windows 8 64-bit. I made two different shortcuts with no problem. The program itself has to go through a UAC challenge, of course. view
A Quick and Easy Way to Run a Program Without Getting the UAC Prompt in Windows 7 and 8 2 years 5 months ago v.laurie What is your operating system? It works fine for me on Windows 7 or 8. view
A Quick and Easy Way to Run a Program Without Getting the UAC Prompt in Windows 7 and 8 2 years 5 months ago Joe A.TT

I'm with Vic on this. It is irresponsible to give average users the impression that they should just turn-off UAC. IMHO, it would be far better to point out that there are several options available in configuring UAC, and these should only be selected to match the experience of the user.

If a user falls into the habit of just "clicking through" the UAC prompt, then IMHO, they are likely to be the same type of user who don't "read the screen". Case in point is an experienced user knows that not reading the screen could cause them to install unwanted bundled components during a software download. IMHO, developing habits that contribute to letting your guard down is not a good thing.

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A Quick and Easy Way to Run a Program Without Getting the UAC Prompt in Windows 7 and 8 2 years 5 months ago gleasonll

I failed to mention the I tried this on Win 7.

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A Quick and Easy Way to Run a Program Without Getting the UAC Prompt in Windows 7 and 8 2 years 5 months ago v.laurie I've made several shortcuts on Windows 7 64-bit. Maybe your security software is blocking it. view
A Quick and Easy Way to Run a Program Without Getting the UAC Prompt in Windows 7 and 8 2 years 5 months ago gleasonll

I just tried making elevated shortcut(s) (new and modified)on my laptop (running Win 7) with the same results as I described on my desktop. A black box flashes by and then nothing.

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A Quick and Easy Way to Run a Program Without Getting the UAC Prompt in Windows 7 and 8 2 years 5 months ago v.laurie Are you running in a limited account? view
A Quick and Easy Way to Run a Program Without Getting the UAC Prompt in Windows 7 and 8 2 years 5 months ago benedict1

It does work just fine! I forgot that when Everything installs unless you opt out it will run at Startup. Uninstalled, reinstalled and now it works fine. I just did it for Auglogics too and will use it everytime I get UAC popping up. Good program. Bad me.

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A Quick and Easy Way to Run a Program Without Getting the UAC Prompt in Windows 7 and 8 2 years 5 months ago v.laurie Thanks for telling us. I always appreciate it when people tell us how things resolved. view
A Quick and Easy Way to Run a Program Without Getting the UAC Prompt in Windows 7 and 8 2 years 5 months ago gleasonll

No, an administrative account.

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A Quick and Easy Way to Run a Program Without Getting the UAC Prompt in Windows 7 and 8 2 years 5 months ago v.laurie The developer's site does not say so but maybe the program uses some .NET framework. Have you removed .NET framework components? Otherwise, the only other thing I can think of is that your security software may be blocking it. view
A Quick and Easy Way to Run a Program Without Getting the UAC Prompt in Windows 7 and 8 2 years 5 months ago MidnightCowboy I also agree that UAC should be left alone. Despite the failings of all OS manufacturers, Microsoft did not invest this amount of time and money to turn out a product that is "absolutely worthless". Here's a couple of others that also agree. http://www.7tutorials.com/uac-why-you-should-never-turn-it-off http://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=317697 For me, disabling security features demonstrates a lack of concern for security, period. Of course users are free to operate their computers how they see fit, but it is important not to rely on often flawed third party advice, but to research the subject for yourself. MC - Site Manager. view
A Quick and Easy Way to Run a Program Without Getting the UAC Prompt in Windows 7 and 8 2 years 5 months ago George.J You've raised a very good point. This is true, which makes UAC less effective. An average home user will click on Yes, if the pop up's keeps repeating itself, This comes as a result of his/her reflex. This is especially if 99% of the programs on his computer is safe and if the annoying pop-up's comes up all the time, the rest 1% will also go unpunished. Also for average users it's not easy to identify whether the program they are trying to run is malware or not. The pop-up's doesn't imply anything except whether they want to continue to run. Window's doesn't tell "Hey what you're doing wrong. This is malware". Nowadays malware bypass the security feature by acting as an "innocent" application and making user to click Yes. Mind you there are many other ways to bypass UAC with the so called "smart" codes. The next thing that they will try to learn to do is how to disable this annoying feature from the experienced users. While the intention of Microsoft was good bringing UAC, it's often gives people a false sense of security and more annoyance. I never advise anyone to turn off the UAC, but neither does it protect you if you click continue without thinking of the consequences. For UAC to be useful and to be less annoying this article by Vic is pretty good. :) view
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A Quick Way to Change or Check your DNS Setting 2 years 3 months ago DavidFB

Right - it will update your computer which will override the DNS settings on the router. This can be very handy if, for example, you want to use OpenDNS's kids-safe servers that will block unsafe, porn, etc sites on the kids computer but don't want blocks on the others. (or block all systems from the router but override on one)

Also, if you're wanting to access US-only services (like Hulu) from Canada or Britain, for example, some DNS servers present you as coming from the US, allowing access to those services. (like #22) These however are not fast DNS servers, so its handy to then switch it back to your fast ones after use.

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A Quick Way to Change or Check your DNS Setting 2 years 2 months ago oscarsvensken

On the same topic, Google allows you to route your calls through its own DNS servers. It claims they are faster and more secure. More information's available here: https://developers.google.com/speed/public-dns/

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A Quick Way to Change or Check your DNS Setting 2 years 2 months ago clas

yes, been using dns helper for years and its always worked fast and easy....tried and true.

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A Quick Way to Change or Check your DNS Setting 2 years 2 months ago Blakey

Received to daily e-mail > The current article with the highest user rating at Gizmo's is "A Quick Way to Change or Check your DNS Setting"

The article is 20 months old ,with current available speeds is it likely to be of any use to anyone now ?

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A Quick Way to Change or Check your DNS Setting 2 years 2 months ago dadwhiskers

An interesting side note. Read the last paragraph of the "Readme" file in the Dns Jumper download from http://www.sordum.org/7952/dns-jumper-v1-0-5/, focusing on the last two words, "Dns Changer". Then look at:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DNSChanger

and then google "Dns changer". It's just something I noticed that may have nothing to do with the Dns Changer script mentioned in the Readme, or with Dns Jumper, but it does suggest some questions.

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A Quick Way to Change or Check your DNS Setting 2 years 1 month ago wtarkan

We are the developers of the Dns Jumper , Dns jumper is not relevant to Dns changer, and unfortunately Dns Helper's developer (he has stolen the dns Jumper's first version's code , please compare The Dns jumper's first version's release date and Dns helper's first version's release dates) spreading childish lies for example ; Dns Jumper caused him to stopping using the internet , or bluescreen ... (nonsense) Dns Jumper downloaded more than 1.500.000 times and it is the world's first portable virus - free Dns changing App , and v1.0.5 ist the worl's firs Portable IPv6 virus-free dns changing App , till now Nobody Complained like that except dns Helper's developer he try to calumniate our freeware , probably because of the lack of ability to develop better Application
Please use Dns Jumper's latest version (v1.0.5)
Best Regards
Sordum.org TEAM

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A Quick Way to Change or Check your DNS Setting 1 month 3 weeks ago mchldpy

Last Updated September 19, 2011, that's only 44 months old, more or less. I'm not complaining mind you, just thinking it may be time for Rob to see about getting that colonoscopy examine he's been putting off, now that he has all this spare time. I have an old Polaroid-Land camera I could donate.

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A Quick Way to Change or Check your DNS Setting 1 month 3 weeks ago KrinkleKrunk

Here is a way to test which DNS servers are actually fastest for your particular machine. < https://www.grc.com/dns/benchmark.htm > What is fastest for one person in a certain location may not be fastest for another person in a different location. I use OpenDNS because of the features, regardless of whether or not it is the fastest.

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A Quick Way to Change or Check your DNS Setting 1 month 3 weeks ago howiem

The latest version as of today, 6 June 2015, is 1.0.6 and the GUI is somewhat changed from earlier versions - there is no backup function like the one in the screenshot above - I could not find a reason why.

A direct link to the DNS Jumper page is at http://www.sordum.org/7952/dns-jumper-v1-0-6/ where there is a good tutorial as well.

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A Quick Way to Change or Check your DNS Setting 1 month 3 weeks ago gizmo.richards Thanks for the updated version number and download link. This has now been incorporated into the article. view
A Quick Way to Change or Check your DNS Setting 1 month 3 weeks ago twigginsfl

I use a tool called namebench. Google it. If I try to post the url, it gets blocked. It is more complicated than the currently discussed tools, but the data it provides is more detailed.

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A Quick Way to Change or Check your DNS Setting 1 month 3 weeks ago Remah

We have an article How to find the best DNS server which covers DNS Benchmark, namebench and DNS Jumper.

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A Really Simple PC Benchmarking Utility 1 year 5 months ago David Roper

What an interesting find. Thanks Rob, for your help for us. There's no reason Geeks like us and those reading should not keep this one on their flashdrive on their car key chain.

All your articles are usually great finds. Thanks for your efforts. Now send me that $20 you said you would give me for a good write up.

Just kidding, all. At 70 years old, I cannot be bought and anyone that knows me, knows that. My wife says I do not "have a filter", nor can my opinion be bought. Most of the time, it gets me into trouble. Not this time, however.

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A Really Simple PC Benchmarking Utility 1 year 5 months ago Prof. Jewell

Second vote for David Roper's appreciation.

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A Really Simple PC Benchmarking Utility 1 year 5 months ago pratomorone

bump...third vote.

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A Reminder: If You Use Windows, Just Get Flux 6 months 3 weeks ago pmcmahon

It works on OS X as well. There's a version for linux: https://justgetflux.com/linux.html but I ended up using redshift http://jonls.dk/redshift/

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A Reminder: If You Use Windows, Just Get Flux 6 months 3 weeks ago SwanKnight

I tried this a long time ago and I distinctly remember that I hated it at the time. The idea sounds great in theory, but in reality it kept dimming the screen too much, it was never comfortable.

Perhaps it improved over time, I'll give it another shot.

Edit: No, it's still too uncomfortable for eyes, also there's no option to detect games/movies so it can be disabled automatically as far as I could tell.

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A Reminder: If You Use Windows, Just Get Flux 6 months 3 weeks ago boristhemoggy

I work online and do 2 night shifts a week and this is invaluable. Most of my colleagues have it now and it only takes a slight adjustment for it to make a massive difference. I don't get itchy eyes anymore. If you spend a lot of time at a monitor, especially in less than great lighting, you need this.

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A Reminder: If You Use Windows, Just Get Flux 6 months 3 weeks ago Phylis Sophical

Flux is a 'must have' for me too. btw, there is an adjustment for movies as well as other fine tuning features.

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A Reminder: If You Use Windows, Just Get Flux 6 months 2 weeks ago bawldiggle

It works well! The reduced glare late at night does make a difference when I finally get to bed.
Never thought of the affects of blue light at night.

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A Reminder: If You Use Windows, Just Get Flux 6 months 2 weeks ago vandamme

If you use Linux, use Redshift. I use it to color-correct my monitor, which is too blue for me. Redshift is in the Mint repository. Two clicks, done.

If you use Windows, just get Linux.

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A Reminder: If You Use Windows, Just Get Flux 6 months 2 weeks ago HisSon

I also used this or a similar program in the past and found it dimming the picture too much.

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A Reminder: If You Use Windows, Just Get Flux 6 months 2 weeks ago MidnightCowboy "If you use Windows, just get Linux". I know it's still early in the year, but coolest comment of 2015 (so far) :) MC - Site Manager. view
A Reminder: If You Use Windows, Just Get Flux 6 months 2 weeks ago SanDiegoJack

Is there a utility which will override web dictates to blacken text? Much is too pale to read quickly.

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A Reminder: If You Use Windows, Just Get Flux 6 months 2 weeks ago zdub

If you are a late night computer user and have trouble falling asleep, you should definitely give this a try.

Check out this study (which also mentions f.lux): http://www.brighamandwomens.org/about_bwh/publicaffairs/news/pressreleas...

(BTW, my kids use f.lux but I personally don't care for it.)

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A Reminder: If You Use Windows, Just Get Flux 6 months 2 weeks ago Jojo Yee Both Flux and Redshift are too reddish to me especially when the color temperature is 5,000 K and below. Personally I prefer to adjust the backlight instead. The Fn key increases/decreases the brightness of the screen by about 5% on each press on my machine, but there're software tools to make the task easier such as Friendeye for Windows or Light for Linux which can be added to auto start when the system starts up. view
A Reminder: If You Use Windows, Just Get Flux 6 months 2 weeks ago Anupam Same here. I use Desktop Lighter: http://www.softpedia.com/get/Tweak/Video-Tweak/Desktop-Lighter.shtml It can change the brightness very easily using a slider, and can autorun with Windows. Although it's not being developed and an old software, it still works with Windows 8.1. view
A Reminder: If You Use Windows, Just Get Flux 4 months 1 week ago Joe A.TT

I agree with Jojo. When I tried F.lux some time back I couldn't stand the reddish hue. Also, I prefer portable software whenever I can get it but F.lux doesn't have a portable version. The people over at PortableApps.com were trying to make it portable but it looks like that project has stalled.

Recently, I discovered a similar app called SunsetScreen ( http://www.skytopia.com/software/sunsetscreen/ ). It was first released on 2015.03.15 so it's pretty new. It also offers a certain amount of flexibility not present in F.lux. And... there's a portable version too.

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A Replacement Windows Explorer. With Tabs! 1 year 11 months ago runbei

Suggest readers NOT install Explorer++. Would love to give them the benefit of the doubt. But there's a very serious problem - there is no known way to uninstall it in Windows 7 64-bit.

The suggested method is: make sure the option "Don't replace Windows Explorer" is checked, and then simply delete the .exe file.

If you do this and reboot, the default file manager continues to be Explorer++ in Windows 7. So if you open a folder in Windows Explorer, then double-click a folder to open it, you get an error message - application not found.

If there's a way to fix this, I'd love to hear about it. Is there a setting in Win7 I can change to manually remove Explorer++ as the default?

P.S. After posting to the Explorer++ forum and much waiting and searching, I found out how to make the uninstall process work. You HAVE to run Explorer++ as a system administrator or the uninstall doesn't work. Right-click the Explorer++ icon, choose "Run as Administrator," and follow the steps (they're in the readme).

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A Roundup of Free Online Backup Services Anonymous (not verified) view
A Safe Way to Use Your Email Address on Forums & Websites Anonymous (not verified) view
A Simple Online Speed Test For Your Browser Anonymous (not verified) view
A Simple Utility To Report Free Drive Space And Memory Anonymous (not verified) view
A Simple, Free Hard Disk LED Simulator 2 years 4 months ago bharat patil

good

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A Simple, Free Hard Disk LED Simulator 2 years 4 months ago pitchu.rpm

This one looks interesting

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A Space of Mine Anonymous (not verified) view
A Specialist Linux Distribution For The Vision-Impaired Anonymous (not verified) view
A Superb App to Help Monitor Markets Anonymous (not verified) view
A Superb Online Photo Library That's Completely Free Anonymous (not verified) view
A Superb PC Troubleshooting Tool 5 months 2 weeks ago v.laurie Also see http://www.techsupportalert.com/content/how-find-out-which-windows-proce... and this previous article http://www.techsupportalert.com/content/powerful-free-windows-system-too.... view
A Superb Time-Saver For Twitter Addicts! 7 months 3 weeks ago Shahar

Is it just me, or does this actually seem like the ultimate productivity killer?

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A Superb Time-Saver For Twitter Addicts! 7 months 3 weeks ago rob.schifreen Which, the tool or Twitter? If you mean the tool, then my experience is that it's quite the reverse. view
A Superb Time-Saver For Twitter Addicts! 7 months 3 weeks ago mrin

Great! I was looking for a small app like this.

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A Superb Time-Saver For Twitter Addicts! 7 months 3 weeks ago beergas

Worth a shot tho looks like could get annoying. Been using one of those sites that sends you a summary at optional times. Can quik scan them at leisure rather than in frenzy of busy times.

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A Superb Time-Saver For Twitter Addicts! 7 months 3 weeks ago jhank

Does this pop up on direct tweets or all that a person follows?

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A Superb Time-Saver For Twitter Addicts! 7 months 3 weeks ago rob.schifreen The latter. view
A Superb Time-Saver For Twitter Addicts! 7 months 3 weeks ago jhank

Thanks, it would be like having twitter open. I follow to many

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A Superb Time-Saver For Twitter Addicts! 7 months 1 week ago Harry Harddrive

Well, okay --- so VirusTotal didn't find stuff (based on the blacklists used by the respective programs) nor did (user-fed) WOT alert you on risks. On any new not-yet-discovered-but-oh-boy-so-nicely-to-exploit-vulnerabilities that is no surprise to me!

Errrr... is it just me, or ... would it maybe common sense to NOT trust
* a cheap looking site
* that has just ONE (!) product
* no proper contact information
* an empty forum
* and the product being pre-pre-pre-pre-Beta (version 0.0.6) ????

I guess, some people deliberately are looking for trouble, when installing software - HUH ?
Would you be one of them ??

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A Superb Time-Saver For Twitter Addicts! 7 months 1 week ago AtomicProductions

I would be very surprised if any virusscanner indicated something, as I just tried to create a convenient application and not a virus. But hey, being carefull never hurt anyone. So checking it first is a good idea, and the results should confirm there is nothing malicious going on. I mean it requires the minimum of Twitter priviliges, it is not even allowed to post tweets for you as of yet.

As for your other concerns.
I am just one guy, who does this after hours and doesn't have an entire team behind him.
so it's quite logical things don't completely look like they do with big companies.
As for having no proper contact information?
I created a contact form to allow people to send me their thoughts, and included a forum for public interactions.
So don't really know what you mean by no proper contact information.
I never mark any of my applications as v1.0 before I feel they are up to par as to what I want them to be.
But you'll notice it is not something created in a few hours if you look at its changelog "http://atomic.x10.mx/products/twittalert/download/0.0.6.1/changelog.html".
although it might look like a small application, some serious work has been put into it. And still is actually.

Everyone is welcome to use it, thats why it's free. But certainly don't feel like you have to.

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A Superb Time-Saver For Twitter Addicts! 7 months 1 week ago AtomicProductions

Actually working on a filter system to also give you the ability to exclude certain users from showing up in the Twittalert notification feed.

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A Superb Time-Saver For Twitter Addicts! 7 months 1 week ago Harry Harddrive

Okay, fair enough - I understand your position.

Yet, I cannot trust just anyone "out there", so I will thankfully skip this software. But, let this be said: as long as it proves to be legit software now and in the future, others may be helped out with your efforts on writing this.

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A Superb Time-Saver For Twitter Addicts! 7 months 1 week ago rob.schifreen Point taken, and I don't condemn your scepticism at all. But in this case, I've actually been in correspondence with the author of the programn (I requested a new feature and he promised to think about it), so I'm confident that this is something that can be trusted. As for it being version 0.0.6 and having an empty forum, this is a tricky one. A lot of good products fail to hit a v1.0 release because no one ever gets to hear about them and the developer loses interest. In this case, I thought the product was useful enough to warrant being brought to the attention of Gizmo's readers, so I chose to do so. view
A Swiss Army Knife In Times of Need 1 year 9 months ago J_L For more tools, I prefer Tool Box (Free): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=maxcom.toolbox.free Strangely, the best free alternative I can find on iOS is this: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/army-knife-basic-3-in-1/id304387290 view
A Swiss Army Knife In Times of Need 1 year 8 months ago Juxxize great stuff a great handy little app, I had this on my phone and when my dear dad saw the 1st thing he said ' I want that ', also swiss army knifes are pretty illegal in the Uk these days so this is the next best thing :) view
A Top-Quality Vector Drawing App Online For Free 10 months 1 day ago mmaker1234

And what's wrong with the totally free for Windows, Linux, and MacOS vector drawing s/w Inkscape? On their site http://inkscape.org/ is published a portable version near the installer - it's a matter of taste to install or not to install.

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A Top-Quality Vector Drawing App Online For Free 10 months 1 day ago Remah Yes, Inkscape is worth looking at. It is the Best Free Vector Graphics Editor at this site. Just don't give Rob a hard time for not mentioning it. After all this is a "hot find" article rather than a roundup of alternatives. In fact, there are so few good alternatives to paid vector-graphic products that they we're always excited to see a new one. A bigger issue is that most users never bother to move beyond their favorite bitmap/photo image editor, of which there at least five times as many alternatives. view
A Top-Quality Vector Drawing App Online For Free 10 months 17 hours ago rob.schifreen I still use PaintShop Pro v5! view
A Top-Quality Vector Drawing App Online For Free 10 months 1 hour ago mincevv

Without saving / exporting to any vector format I don't find it useful. Free version limitation: Free account can export image (PNG, JPEG) with watermark only. It looks like good way to sell access to wast amount of eye-catching templates.

+1 for Inkscape

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A Top-Quality Vector Drawing App Online For Free 9 months 4 weeks ago Eldy

WordPerfect Office users have known for years that included in the suite is a very good Vector image editor known as Presentations. It lets you draw and/or edit Vector images as well as create slide shows similar to Powerpoint.

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A Top-Quality Vector Drawing App Online For Free 9 months 4 weeks ago booleanboy

And I use PSP version X as I know it really well - but I always feel slightly guilty that I'm missing something *really* useful through not tacking the time to learn something more modern :^}

Thanks for the recomemndation though - it looks handy.

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A Top-Quality Vector Drawing App Online For Free 9 months 4 weeks ago ChronicChaos

I now use PaintShop Pro X7. You really should upgrade as it is completely worth it.

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A Top-Quality Vector Drawing App Online For Free 9 months 4 weeks ago khf314

What about Sketchup?

Also, Wikipedia has a Comparison of vector graphics editors at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_vector_graphics_editors

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A Top-Quality Vector Drawing App Online For Free 9 months 4 weeks ago SmAppsFan

And let us not forget not-free but inexpensive Xara, which from all the reviews I have seen is a suitable alternative to CorelDraw and Illustrator for most people -- and far more responsive and less resource intensive to boot.

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A Touch of Yellow - Yellow Crocus Flowers (Wallpaper of the Week) 1 year 6 months ago Jabbok

Please post walls for dual screen systems. I use 3840x1080 but I can resize others.

Thanks.

Tim

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A Touch of Yellow - Yellow Crocus Flowers (Wallpaper of the Week) 1 year 6 months ago jmjsquared

Beautiful. I especially like the soft focus and warm colors. The contrast makes the flower seem to have been edged with a pencil. Nice.

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A Touch of Yellow - Yellow Crocus Flowers (Wallpaper of the Week) 1 year 6 months ago rhiannon I'm happy you like it. :) view
A Touch of Yellow - Yellow Crocus Flowers (Wallpaper of the Week) 1 year 6 months ago rhiannon Hi Tim, I don't post desktop wallpapers for any given size, instead I do my best to find wallpapers that have a lot of resolutions, including dual monitor, Android, iPhone, etc. There are some good dual monitor websites out there (mandolux comes to mind), and some sites with good dual monitor sections. The Windows Personalization site has jumped on the bandwagon with some panoramic (dual monitor) wallpapers. I have dual monitors myself and am usually on the lookout for good wallpapers. :) view
A Touch of Yellow - Yellow Crocus Flowers (Wallpaper of the Week) 1 year 4 months ago AdamJackson

Amazing and vibrant – that’s what I would like to call it. The brilliant combination of bright yellow crocus with green background looks as a perfect reflection of the approaching summer. The wallpaper is so vivid with a blissful colour blend that I now have it as wallpaper on my desktop and tablet. Even my friends liked the wallpaper and I couldn’t resist telling them how to download these. I just love the natural art this wallpaper has and I hope to see more of such brilliant works in seasons to come. Thanks!

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A Travel App Worth Traveling With 10 months 3 weeks ago Maalaoshy

Pity. Doesn't seem to be available on my Android phone-tablet combo.

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A Travel App Worth Traveling With 10 months 3 weeks ago kennym

Installed on Android via Google Playstore. Visiting Fort William soon and like the look of the place already! Thanks!

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A Travel App Worth Traveling With 10 months 3 weeks ago Jojo Yee This app works on Android version 4.0 and up. If your Android version is older, it probably won't show up, Maalaoshy. view
A Travel App Worth Traveling With 10 months 3 weeks ago Jojo Yee You're welcome kennym and it's great that you find it useful. view
A Useful Key on the Windows Keyboard That You May Have Overlooked Anonymous (not verified) view
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A Web Browser As A Windows Desktop Gadget Anonymous (not verified) view
A Whole New Genre of File Manager? Anonymous (not verified) view
A Wonderfully Simple, Free, Powerful Clipboard Manager 1 year 9 months ago Joe A.TT

Yes, I'd endorse the portable version too. At first I had the installed version, but it was buggy. Hovering over its system tray icon was like molasses sometimes. Ever since I switched to the portable version it's been fine.

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A Wonderfully Simple, Free, Powerful Clipboard Manager 1 year 9 months ago J_L I really like Ditto, but it loses focus too many times which interrupts my workflow. view

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