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Amazing! Create A Windows Font From Your Own Handwriting 6 years 4 months ago Fairportfan

If it's like other font-generation programs, position them as if the test baseline ran across the block about a third of the way up - lower-case letters ought sit on that line and go up to about one-third down from the top, which leaves room for ascenders and descenders; comma and period should sit at the point where the baseline would be, quote and apostrophe should be about one-third from the top of the box.

I'll go download a template and come back and amplify this a bit.

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Okay; i looked at the templates, and they have tick marks for baseline, ascender and descender height and so on.

Looks simple.

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Amazing! Create A Windows Font From Your Own Handwriting 6 years 4 months ago KiltedMuskrat

Sorry - It doesn't work. The web-site locks up at the first step!

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Amazing! Create A Windows Font From Your Own Handwriting 6 years 4 months ago Frank D

I tried it but the results were horrendous. It didn't recognize over half of my input. Unusable.

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Amazing! Create A Windows Font From Your Own Handwriting 6 years 4 months ago BearPup

For me, this site is more good idea than definitely doable, and for the reason that some have mentioned - if you don't have a steady hand and eye, getting each character to line up, look connected to adjoining letters, and be smoothly drawn is downright difficult. My results were also on the horrendous / unusable side of the results scale.

@Fairportfan: It may be simple, at least in theory, but easy to accomplish / get good results, its nowhere near being simple.

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Amazing! Create A Windows Font From Your Own Handwriting 6 years 4 months ago Fairportfan

I've uploaded a sample of my handwriting font, created with a very similar program (quite possibly the same software they're using) a year ago, to my webhosting at http://electronictiger.net/handrot.jpg

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Don't try to produce true cursive with connected letters.

If you have problems getting the letters to line up on the grid, write all the characters separately on paper, scan it, and then copy/paste appropriately-resized images of each one into the image of the template.

(I did that once to produce a "ransom note" font using letters cut from newspapers and magazines.)

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Amazing! Create A Windows Font From Your Own Handwriting 6 years 4 months ago Fairportfan

Okay. I tried it. Just a quick'n'dirty; i only generated the numbers 0 to 9 and the letters to write a short sentence.

I tried it twice - once using a black ballpoint and one using a fine-point Sharpie. I wasn't particularly careful about my penmanship, either.

Not counting the trip to the store to buy a marker and pen (thirty minutes), and arguing with my DTP software as to whether they were fonts it wanted to admit existed (other programs had no problems; i guess Serif PagePlus is snooty), total time involved in making this limited character set was about twenty minutes, counting making the scans.

You can see the result at http://electronictiger.net/fonts.png

(When i was actually making the fonts, i noticed that they offer the templates as PNG images; as i said before, if you download those, you can copy/paste individual images into the blocks if you are having trouble writing in them on the template itself.)

Remember to print the templates in colour - actually, i don't know if it will make a difference, but the faint images in each block are red to make them less likely to reproduce.

Do NOT scan in B&W mode - greyscale is preferable, but they say you can get away with colour.

I scanned at 300 DPI.

Hope this helps.

(I'm working on a very large set, with numerous special characters; when i finish it, i'll post the results online and link 'em here.)

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Amazing! Create A Windows Font From Your Own Handwriting 6 years 4 months ago Fairportfan

What did you use to fill in the template?

Black is pretty much mandatory, a fine-point or extra-fine-point Sharpie is best of all.

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Amazing! Create A Windows Font From Your Own Handwriting 6 years 4 months ago Fairportfan

What browser?

Worked fine for me in Opera, and in Firefox and (though i use it only reluctantly, and generally only to check websites) in IE.

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Try clicking the "Create Template" button. If that works, it's not locked up, just strangely designed.

While you're at the first page, try typing characters that aren't already shown in the block, and they should go into the list to be on the template, even there's no cursor there.

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Amazing! Create A Windows Font From Your Own Handwriting 6 years 4 months ago Fairportfan

A further look reveals that the lightly-printed guide characters on the template show where you need to place the character in the block.

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Amazing! Create A Windows Font From Your Own Handwriting 6 years 4 months ago Frank D

I used a black, fine point, BiC Mark-it pen. The 5 or so letters that did come out well were beautiful and well formed. But the rest of the letters that did not (they showed up as blank rectangles) made me quit my efforts.

I can't understand why only some letters appeared and not others, when this is a *hand* writing font, and theoretically anything that's in the box, regardless of shape, should show up.

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Amazing! Create A Windows Font From Your Own Handwriting 6 years 4 months ago KiltedMuskrat

Yup, I tried a different browser and got it going. I forgot to come back and say that. Must have been one of those wonderful computer enhancements seemingly built into every program - - - I call them "Glitches."

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Amazing! Create A Windows Font From Your Own Handwriting 6 years 4 months ago Fairportfan

Try again with a Sharpie.

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Amazing! Create A Windows Font From Your Own Handwriting 6 years 4 months ago Fairportfan

Okay, folk, finally finished a full font worth.

Due to the fact that i used a paint program to size the characters accurately to paste them into the PNG of the template, some of them vary a bit in stroke weight. Otherwise, came out pretty good: http://electronictiger.net/fullfont.jpg

I should have used quadrille paper or something with guidelines, rather than a blank sheet when i printed the initial characters.

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Amazing! Create A Windows Font From Your Own Handwriting 6 years 4 months ago Geert

Hi electronictiger,
That link of you led me to one of the most funny, creative and yet informative 404 pages I've ever seen.
It put a big smile on my face.

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Amazing! Create A Windows Font From Your Own Handwriting 6 years 4 months ago Fairportfan

I fixed the link. Arrrgh.

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Amazing! Create A Windows Font From Your Own Handwriting 6 years 4 months ago GoofyRat

I checked it out and love it. Everyone can tell you're a sports nut because your handwriting is doing the wave!
I'm going to try it and hope mine turns out that unique.
I was thinking about using it for emails or applications for government forms BUT; if the receiver doesn't have that font on their computer, it gets replaced by Calabini or Times Roman or ...
BUT THEN AGAIN... could save it as an html document in Word and send it in email.

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Amazing! Create A Windows Font From Your Own Handwriting 6 years 3 months ago brunetu

You probably worked harder when you used the software before. The result is really nice. I struggled with a font editing software years ago too but the results weren't really worth the trouble.

I'm glad this service is up so I can give it another go. I had different reasons to want my personal font back then, but now it would be great to use on my personal blog as a custom web font. Thank you Rob for sharing it with us!

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Amazing! Create A Windows Font From Your Own Handwriting 5 years 10 months ago simplen

A very simple process. Outcome was junk.

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Amazing! Create A Windows Font From Your Own Handwriting 5 years 4 months ago vernix

how to make my font

;p

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Amazing! Create A Windows Font From Your Own Handwriting 3 years 1 month ago Fairportfan

PaintFont.com is now https://www.calligraphr.com/ - with extra features and (supposedly) an easier UI.

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An update. I have created an account (which the new page requires), and, while you can create fonts for free, there are limits on the free version nowadays:

1 font
75 characters (no ligatures) per font.
3 variants per characters .

There is a paid version without such limits, which is available by the month (no subscription, pay for just the month)

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Amazing! Create A Windows Font From Your Own Handwriting 3 years 1 month ago Fairportfan

Okay - might want to take it off the site - the 75 characters you are allowed is too few to create a font with upper and lower case letters, numbers and basic punctuation, which comes to 80 characters.

So, basically, it's not free any more. It was fun while it lasted.

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Amazing! Listen To Elevators Talking! 3 years 3 months ago crombierob

If you are feeling depressed, will this give you a lift ?

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Amazing! Listen To Elevators Talking! 3 years 3 months ago HA

It might let some people down.

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Amazing! Listen To Elevators Talking! 3 years 3 months ago ehorwitz1

Or it could raise your spirits.

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Amazing! Listen To Elevators Talking! 3 years 3 months ago Henry Winokur

I don't know about unfair, but you've got Finland listed twice, where it should only be once...the correct countries are SWEDEN, USA, NETHERLANDS and FINLAND!

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Amazing! Listen To Elevators Talking! 3 years 3 months ago MidnightCowboy Many thanks for pointing this out, it has now been corrected. MC - Site Manager. view
Amazon Shutting Down Music Storage Subscription Service April 30, 2018 2 years 2 months ago jwright

Disappointed at this news. It was one of the main reasons why we purchased Alexa devices. Now we won't be able to listen to our owned music? Not cool.

** Update ** Thanks for the reply via Facebook. I didn't notice the option to keep songs that are already uploaded. So glad I saw this article before April 7th.

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Amazon Shutting Down Music Storage Subscription Service April 30, 2018 2 years 1 month ago Kipster

I bought additional dot's to play tunes throughout the house. Subsequently this was announced.
Very disappointed in Amazon. Fortunately, Google Music let's you upload thousands of your songs for free.
I uploaded over 10,000 and made a lot of playlists. I now have 3 Google Home devices for playback.
By the way, the Google devices are rapidly catching up to Alexa's compatibility to control other devices.

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Amazon Shutting Down Music Storage Subscription Service April 30, 2018 2 years 1 month ago rhiannon

Amazon's allowance of uploaded songs was 250, quite different from Google. From what I can gather, this was done to weed out inactive accounts where the MP3's were taking up space. Might have been a lot of accounts, given how much server space amazon has and sells. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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An Addictive Browser-Based Strategy Game 4 years 3 months ago jmaloney

I'm enjoying this addictive game. Thanks. The computer wins more than I do, but I'm getting better. I won three in a row yesterday. I think my best win was 35 to 23.

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An Addictive Browser-Based Strategy Game 4 years 3 months ago Sgluber

"Try it out. It's fun and free, and very simple to play."

You said all, rob. Just a few more words: great pastime, cool simple game!

Thank you! :-)

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An Addictive Browser-Based Strategy Game 4 years 2 months ago jmaloney

I just had my best win yet against the computer, 42 to 16!

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An Addictive Browser-Based Strategy Game 4 years 2 months ago Brian Boru

Excellent little game, Rob! Quite like Othello/Reversi, but the 1 or 2 square move choice is a nice little twist.

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An Advanced Password Manager That Works Online and Offline On Android 3 years 1 week ago projectmansd

Ascendo DataVault works across all Android, IOS, Windows and more. Great 256 bit encryption, DropBox sync. I have been using it for years across all these platforms.

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An Advanced Password Manager That Works Online and Offline On Android 3 years 1 week ago tacenator

Jojo or anyone else had any experience with Master Password? It can be found at masterpasswordapp dot com. It looks like a unique and secure method of password generation. It appears to suffer from the clipboard fault highlighted in this article.

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An Amazing Photo Library That's Completely Free 3 years 2 months ago terrawarra

Nice find rob !
Something there for everyone..... thank you !

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An Amazing Photo Library That's Completely Free 3 years 2 months ago pvilan

Thanks Rob.
Excellent tip. Really useful.
Regards
Peter

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An Amazing Tool For Visualising Data 4 years 6 months ago tommyzulu

This is a 131mb download and in the free version graphs/charts can only be shared via email, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+, or embedded on websites. They cannot be used as documents.

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An Amazing Tool For Visualising Data 4 years 6 months ago Fairportfan

E-mail it to yourself, or embed it in a dummy page and download it?

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An Amazingly Addictive Browser-Based Game 4 years 8 months ago dhannotte

Great game, but has anybody found any instructions for how to play this game?? How, for example, can one learn about these "loads more variations"? Does the game vary with each round? When does a round end? NOTE FOR NEWBIES: The hexes that fill up a line don't have to be all the same color.

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An Amazingly Addictive Browser-Based Game 4 years 8 months ago vandamme

Doesn't work for me. I get a black screen; the music works and I can click on stuff on the screen but can't see anything. Same with the card game.

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An Amazingly Addictive Browser-Based Game 4 years 8 months ago jmaloney

Thanks. I played two games after the news last night. The second game I did well. I meant to go to bed before 1:30, but when I finished the second game I checked the clock and it was 3:10! I had no idea. Oh well, I scored 46,640. :-)

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An Amazingly Addictive Browser-Based Game 4 years 8 months ago Rustiferion

Webroot blocks this site as containing "suspicious content" - any ideas what that might be?

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An Amazingly Addictive Browser-Based Game 4 years 8 months ago MidnightCowboy

It is completely safe. I find if an installed antimalware program is difficult to understand or gives too many false positives, it is better to change it for something else. I use Panda free which consistently outperforms most everything else, paid or otherwise. MC - Site Manager.
https://www.virustotal.com/en/url/589d488e5fa6b2f61a6240cafe88c8ec6f1a91...
http://www.urlvoid.com/scan/hex.frvr.com/
http://zulu.zscaler.com/submission/show/e1c042499143020b89a94e032ed72bcb...

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An Amazingly Addictive Browser-Based Game 4 years 8 months ago jmaloney

I kept the same game going for several days until it just beat me, score 197,330. I captured the screen for proof, but don't know how to post it in this comment, or even if that would be allowed.

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An Easy and Convenient Way to Find Out What Software and Hardware is on a PC 5 years 10 months ago Jerry Rhino

Software? Not.

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An Easy and Convenient Way to Find Out What Software and Hardware is on a PC 5 years 10 months ago Kumar_Shah

Been using Speccy for years. Love it. Great for monitoring temperatures of CPUs and hard drives and lot of other info about all hardware and software on your PC. Includes SMART analysis of your hard drives.

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An Easy and Convenient Way to Find Out What Software and Hardware is on a PC 5 years 10 months ago sicknero

Definitely, Speccy is always my first choice for a quick rundown of hardware or if I need to monitor temperatures for any reason.

Jerry I guess software means O/S here.

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An Easy and Convenient Way to Find Out What Software and Hardware is on a PC 5 years 10 months ago astral_cyborg

Speccy is a good application from a trustworthy developer.
However, it shows only the installed and identified devices of your system.

In cases where you have unknown hardware and no drivers installed yet and you may want to determine the unknown devices, Speccy doesn't help. For these cases, I suggest HWiNFO in general or HWMonitor, CPU-Z and GPU-Z for specific ones.

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An Easy Way to Send and Receive Files Across Multiple Devices 5 years 3 months ago astral_cyborg

Nice! Thanks!

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An Easy Way to Send and Receive Files Across Multiple Devices 5 years 3 months ago FrankB

Before you install check out the required permissions. Seems like a lot to me.

Why would the app need access to your calendar and contacts? I'll pass.

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An Easy Way to Send and Receive Files Across Multiple Devices 5 years 3 months ago johnvk

me2. When i see the word "App" (or "smartphone" for that matter) i read "collector of your personal information."

It seems clear the business model is, we give you something you value for free, and we collect and sell information about you to help companies target ads to you (and who knows what other uses).

Is there any indication this app is not part of that model?

For example, what kind of information could an app gather about you if it could scan several of your documents?

@Jojo Yee thanks for the effort and time that went into this review. I appreciate it, notwithstanding my privacy concerns. Not everyone shares these concerns.

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An Easy Way to Send and Receive Files Across Multiple Devices 5 years 3 months ago gem

Agree 100%. Too many permissions. For the same purpose i use another program called Dukto.
Here are the links:
For PC: http://www.msec.it/blog/?page_id=11
For Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=it.msec.dukto&hl=en

Definitely worth looking little...gem!

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An Easy Way to Send and Receive Files Across Multiple Devices 5 years 3 months ago stockholm

I have not been able to make this app work, though I have many times followed the instructions exactly, and etc. None of my three devices will recognize any other. Or, I should say, they did one time but only once. The Lenovo web site offers no support and makes posting a comment difficult. I have had to give up the app in frustration.

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An Easy Way to Send and Receive Files Across Multiple Devices 10 months 3 weeks ago janisingels

I loaded shareit on my windows 10 PC and on my iPhone. I want to send pictures from my phone to the PC. I've tried everything I can find online to try to get it to work. I get a QR code on the PC and hit scan on the iPhone and nothing happens. If I try to use the hotspot, it says on the phone to go to connect to PC and then PC search mobile. PC search mobile doesn't show up as an option. I downloaded the latest versions for both devices. Totally frustrated and ready to give up. Any suggestions? Thx.

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An Easy Way to Send and Receive Files Across Multiple Devices 10 months 3 weeks ago janisingels

Exactly the same for me. I've had to give up after days of trying all the instructions I could find online. Nothing worked.

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An Easy Way to Send and Receive Files Across Multiple Devices 10 months 3 weeks ago Anupam

Try Dukto. Simple and easy.

https://www.msec.it/blog/dukto/

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An End of Year Thank-you from Gizmo 1 year 5 months ago Auto

Thanks works both ways. Your site has provided me with innumerable useful and FREE solutions.
So, seasons greetings to all at Gizmo's. Long may you continue.

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An End of Year Thank-you from Gizmo 1 year 5 months ago bili_39

Thank you and all of the editors for everything you've been offering us. :-)

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An End of Year Thank-you from Gizmo 1 year 5 months ago Geekomatic

Happy holidays to everyone, everywhere.

Let's not forget: RESIST!

Make your voices known on the things that matter. Sign petitions & vote for those who share your concerns.

All the best to Gizmo's & the rest of us.

:)

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An End of Year Thank-you from Gizmo 1 year 5 months ago budchekov

Still an oasis of sanity in the cesspool known as the web 2018. Thank you gizmo!
Hope you rhiannon and all had a great Christmas, Happy 2019, donation coming in the NY.

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An End of Year Thank-you from Gizmo 1 year 5 months ago warra

Thanks Ian .......
I often wonder where we would be without Gizmo's Tech Support Alert.
It's my turn-to whenever I need an absolutely unbiased and honest review of free software.
Cheers from Bundanoon Australia.

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An End of Year Thank-you from Gizmo 1 year 5 months ago fred64

Great resources and great volunteers doing an excellent / unbiased job make this site a valuable resource to folks looking for solutions to all sorts of computing needs. Just because its free does not mean its inferior! In fact I've found for many solutions the free stuff is often better than a paid alternative. The one element here as opposed to other free sites is the great evaluations of the products and product categories. Its been a go to site for me for many years and I hope for many more years. Keep up the good work.

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An End of Year Thank-you from Gizmo 1 year 5 months ago Sturgeon General

I want to donate so badly, but alas, the liberal policies prevent that. So as the left likes to chant, I'm going to resist... until common sense prevails. Kinda betting your prediction "In the end it may even result in the site shutting down." will come to pass first though. Just ask geekomatic.

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An End of Year Thank-you from Gizmo 1 year 5 months ago Maurice Smith

Congratulations on the great service you provide. I am sure many users, like myself will do our best to keep this service going

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An End-of-year Thank-you from Gizmo 5 years 5 months ago greyman

Thanks, Gizmo, for all the holiday cheer, as well as the look into the future of Gizmo's Freeware.
I would like to personally thank all of Gizmo's contributors for the tons of brilliant articles about software to make my (computing) life more interesting, and especially, more secure.
It will be interesting to see security articles and suggestions regarding various mobile OS's.
I am happy to see the change coming. Can't wait!

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An End-of-year Thank-you from Gizmo 5 years 5 months ago jorgeem1717

Greeting Ian Richard .....

I have been a viewer of Gizmo's Freeware for the last 2 years and have enjoyed everyday I visit the site. You have provided me with helpful information and tips that have made my computer experience a pleasant and joyful ride. I'm neither a geek nor a techy so I have learned to appreciate you sharing your knowledge with me which is sincerely and greatly appreciated. I have learned so much here at Gizmo's Freeware that I must thank you from the bottom of my heart. Looking forward for the New Year and what you will be serving for our enjoyment. So THANK YOU VERY MUCH and I wish you and everyone at Gizmo's Freeware a MERRY CHRISTMAS and a PROSPEROUS and HAPPY NEW YEAR..... May Peace and JOY be upon you....

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An End-of-year Thank-you from Gizmo 5 years 5 months ago clas

and thank you gizmo for helping to teach an old dog new tricks. for taking me out of the dark ages and into the light. happy holidays

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An End-of-year Thank-you from Gizmo 5 years 5 months ago Farzad Alipour

Hello,
It was an informative year here in Gizmo like the years before that which is great. shows the quality of the content of this website has not been degraded like many other websites which lose sight of their purpose after few years.
congratz to another successful year here at Gizmo and i wish you all happiness and joy.

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An End-of-year Thank-you from Gizmo 5 years 5 months ago SayLor77

Thank you for the many, many years of helpful hints and tips. I help other "older" computer users and often guide them to your site. You've made many hesitant users into confident, safe "surfers" here in Canada. Please continue to provide the excellent information we all need. I'm looking forward to learning more "new" things in my seventh decade.

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An End-of-year Thank-you from Gizmo 5 years 5 months ago lion471

Thank you Gizmo for being an awesome site.Keep going!!

Best wishes from India

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An End-of-year Thank-you from Gizmo 5 years 5 months ago jasydee

Thank You Gizmo, I wish you your Family and Friends, Merry Christmas and all the best for the year 2015

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An End-of-year Thank-you from Gizmo 5 years 5 months ago vandamme

Zalig Kerstfeest en Gelukkig Nieuwjaar!

This is the first place I go to for Linux apps. As for the decline of Windows, good that you see the handwriting on the wall and are going with the times.

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An End-of-year Thank-you from Gizmo 5 years 5 months ago CASD

Yea this is my first choice for freeware and info..

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An End-of-year Thank-you from Gizmo 5 years 5 months ago Gibbs.Slap

Thanks to you and your team of volunteers that help make this all happen. I wish you all a very Merry Christmas and ask folks to remember the Reason for the Season.

I have been a PC guy for 40+ years and finally got a smart phone and table it is time to get with the 2000's so seeing some good right ups and reviews on Apps will be a help too. I will always be a PC guy though give me my 24" and 22" monitors side by side any day:)

Looking forward to what 2015 has to bring!

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An End-of-year Thank-you from Gizmo 5 years 5 months ago AJNorth

Thanks once more to Gizmo, M.C. and ALL of the editors and contributors who help maintain this truly essential site -- with warmest best wishes for the holidays and coming year: health, peace, contentment.

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An End-of-year Thank-you from Gizmo 5 years 5 months ago otis_lewd

Before we get too carried away with mobile apps on tiny screens, let's remember that no serious work is done on tiny devices with small screens. I don't consider e-mail, texting, social media, and games serious work.

Thank you for all you do, Gizmo. And all your helpers as well. You are all a blessing to us all.

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An End-of-year Thank-you from Gizmo 5 years 5 months ago budchekov

Happy Holidays Gizmo,

This the gold standard for software research, I never install anything without seeing if it passes the sniff test here, for the past five years me and my computers thank you !

I'm sure the future here is bright,

Thanks again ,

Bud :)

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An End-of-year Thank-you from Gizmo 5 years 5 months ago UserError

Many thanks, Gizmo. Really.
Your site provides top-notch content for free and the security guides and reviews are the best yet most simple to follow I found around.
I wish you and the site all the best for the year 2015.

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An End-of-year Thank-you from Gizmo 5 years 5 months ago AJNorth

Post Script to earlier comment:

Gizmo's Freeware may focus on zero-cost solutions, and the site itself be free (not to mention free of advertising), but it does cost real money to maintain.

Gizmo and his extraordinary collaborators knock themselves out all through the year on our behalf; hopefully, other frequenters of the site will join me in making a contribution to help defray the costs and sustain their worthy, indeed essential, efforts.

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An End-of-year Thank-you from Gizmo 5 years 5 months ago Naveen D

Thanks Gizmo for this awesome Tech knowledge & Rock this coming new year just as how rocking you are.

Cheers to 2015....

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An End-of-year Thank-you from Gizmo 5 years 5 months ago bernardz Great site, the information here is priceless. I wish you, all of you here and your family and friends, all the best over the coming year. view
An End-of-year Thank-you from Gizmo 5 years 5 months ago TexasVet

Many thanks and great successes in the new year to techsupportalert/ Gizmo/Midnight Cowboy and all the software reviewers that enable the rest of us to remain safe and secure on our various platforms. The free stuff is a very nice addition also. :-_))

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An End-of-year Thank-you from Gizmo 5 years 5 months ago zep321

jorgeem1717 took the words right out of my mouth. Nothing I can add to improve on that.

Best Holiday wishes to all of you.

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An End-of-year Thank-you from Gizmo 5 years 5 months ago terrawarra

Good onya Gizmo !

Seasons greetings to you and all the good guys & gals that make up your team.
Whenever I need an honest opinion on any software, I always head straight to Tech Support Alert. I couldn't imagine life without this site.

Best wishes from Bundanoon, Australia.

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An End-of-year Thank-you from Gizmo 5 years 5 months ago dixie_chick44

You are my mainstay for quality apps and software for free that help me so much financially as well as just plain work-wise. Please stay around for us and the addition of more mobile help is warrented and will be welcomed as long as the desktop, cloud and other types remain in force for those of us who need them. I could just give you a big ol' thank you kiss on your forehead for all you do for us throughout the year! And your volunteers too~ Onward and upward...

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An End-of-year Thank-you from Gizmo 5 years 5 months ago Sgluber

Thank you very much, Gizmo! And keep up the amazing job, day after day! :-)

Repeating a message I left 2 days ago (http://www.techsupportalert.com/freeware-forum/chitchat/14743-merry-chri...), a MERRY CHRISTMAS and a NEW YEAR FULL OF JOYS to each of you and to all the ones who are close to you!

HEALTH and PEACE!

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