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Unzip Files Online With These 5 Sites 1 month 1 week ago Bruce_Fraser

This is another topic where I'm happy to be educated, for my ignorance about the world outside my little shell...

This seems to be a case of "Just because it's possible, doesn't mean it's worth doing." I'm having trouble imagining a situation where I would want to zip or unzip files over the internet. Converting PDF files to Word or Excel? Definitely a need for doing that online; the only software which does that well is very expensive to own. But Zip software tools are free to download, and are powerful. Why go elsewhere?

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Unzip Files Online With These 5 Sites 1 month 1 week ago rhiannon

Personally, I needed to unzip a file and I had no access to a device that had or could download and install an unzipping program. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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Unzip Files Online With These 5 Sites 1 month 18 hours ago Sturgeon General

I am trying to picture a scenario where one has a file needing unzipped, but without any sort of device access. I'm fairly certain even that seven-zip program has a free portable version. sounds like a good story. However, I had never even considered the possibility of an online unzip utility, so thanks much for these. Can always count on you to provide good free workarounds.

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Unzip Files Online With These 5 Sites 1 month 18 hours ago rhiannon

You need internet access and a device, and, some devices have no unzipping capability (for various reasons), and some devices are restricted, you can't install software on them. Libraries are an example - the local library doesn't allow installation of software and the software that's available for use is limited, so an online alternative is needed for some activities.

I usually Bandzip because it will unzip the file and open the folder in Windows Explorer where the unzipped file is.

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Unzip Files Online With These 5 Sites 1 month 14 hours ago Bruce_Fraser

Ah, now I get it. Thanks, Rhiannon.

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Unzip Files Online With These 5 Sites 1 month 11 hours ago rhiannon

Glad I could make it less murky. :)

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Update Your Logitech Wireless Dongle Right Now 1 year 2 months ago etim

Nothing for Linux. Again. Typical for Logitech.

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Update Your Logitech Wireless Dongle Right Now 1 year 2 months ago 4sure5

Thank you for this information! I have a Dell mouse, and couldn't find an update on their website (lots of others in the series, but not mine), so called them. I was told that since my laptop is an Acer, I have to contact Acer to update my Dell mouse. This seems very strange to me.

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Update Your Logitech Wireless Dongle Right Now 1 year 2 months ago rhiannon

It's discouraging. :(

One solution I've seen is to install the update by inserting the dongle in a Widnows computer and run the update from there.

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Update Your Logitech Wireless Dongle Right Now 1 year 2 months ago rhiannon

Hmmmm. I'm no expert but it seems to me that since it's the Logitech Unifying Receiver that's getting the firmware update, it wouldn't impact which Logitech mouse or keyboard was being used. I would think Dell, Microsoft, HP and Lenovo would be responsible for fixing the issue.¯\_(ツ)_/¯

 

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Update Your Logitech Wireless Dongle Right Now 1 year 2 months ago rhiannon

You're particular mouse may not have been vulnerable, you can find a list of affected devices here: https://www.bastille.net/research/vulnerabilities/mousejack/affected-dev...

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Update Your Logitech Wireless Dongle Right Now 1 year 2 months ago 4sure5

Thanks again! My mouse isn't in the list....phew!

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Update Your Logitech Wireless Dongle Right Now 1 year 2 months ago 4sure5

That seems to be common sense to me, but these days common sense isn't always the way things are done. Sigh

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Update Your Logitech Wireless Dongle Right Now 1 year 2 months ago rhiannon

That's good news. :)

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Update Your Logitech Wireless Dongle Right Now 1 year 2 months ago crip

There was comment on one the ubuntu forums recently that address this with a way to do it.

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Update Your Logitech Wireless Dongle Right Now 1 year 2 months ago rhiannon

Thanks. I'll look into it. :)

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Updated Tool For Network Tinkerers 4 years 8 months ago mchldpy

Rob said,
[QUOTE]
The IT industry's most widely used protocol is called Wireshark and, as luck ...
[END QUOTE]

I'm sure he meant "The IT Industry's most widely used protocol is Wireshark" since Wireshark is not a protocol.

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Updated Tool For Network Tinkerers 4 years 8 months ago gizmo.richards Now corrected. view
Updated Tool For Network Tinkerers 4 years 8 months ago mchldpy

Thank you Rob. You put in a great amount time and effort on articles here and what do you get, some tool like me pointing out what few minor blips end up in your content. I'm thankful for what you do, especially since no one else, (myself included) is stepping up.

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Updated Tool For Network Tinkerers 4 years 8 months ago rob.schifreen Thanks all. And now corrected again, to spell analyzer properly. :) view
Updates To My Favourite Disk Space Finder 4 years 2 months ago eikelein

Thanks Rob.
I might have missed the update of this long time favorite of mine.

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Updates To My Favourite Disk Space Finder 4 years 2 months ago reikipete7

My Ice Dragon (Mozilla clone) can't download this one due to an invalid security certificate
Error code: SSL_ERROR_BAD_CERT_DOMAIN
I guess I can override it, but do I want / need to do that ?

AHA ! .com is a problem, but .de is OK as: http://www.jam-software.de/treesize_free/ Thanks, reikipete7

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Updates To My Favourite Disk Space Finder 4 years 2 months ago jonbourne

Weird. Their HTTPS is fine for me. Good cert too.

Sounds like MITM hijack to me.

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Updates To My Favourite Disk Space Finder 4 years 2 months ago MidnightCowboy

It's an error. MC - Site Manager.
http://i.imgur.com/4d4S18O.png

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Updates To My Favourite Disk Space Finder 4 years 2 months ago jms319

Hi,

Thanks for the update of TreeSize. I have used TreeSize in the past but switched to WizTree for the previous years and also tried out some other programs to achieve the same. I found that for me, the two next programs are most valuable. So, I have two other recommendations that are about similar (view where you can gain most space by finding the largest files). I like these two gems because they clearly show where your space has gone.

WizTree 2.01, which is a portable gem, small in size but very fast in finding the biggest files on your PC. It has been reviewed here in 2013 but has recently updated (June 2016, from version 1.07 to version 2.01). It is freeware (as expected on this site) and can be downloaded from: http://antibody-software.com. If I need to know where my disk space has gone, I use this portable gem to find the top 1000 largest sized files.

Folder Size 2.6 (from Sourceforge.net) is another option but it is integrated in Windows Explorer. In XP it worked much better than on 7+ since it showed an extra (optional) column in Explorer (like the columns for filename, time, file size, date, etc.), but with the sizes of the folders in the directory you're browsing. Great to be able sort the size of your folders! Folder Size is not portable. In Windows 7+, Folder Size is also added to Windows but now opens an extra window (on Windows 7+) that displays the size of the folders and files in the folder you explore. This is a good option to implement Folder Size after Windows XP! You can download this gem and try if it works for you from: http://foldersize.sourceforge.net

I'm sure these programs are well worth investigating if they work for you (I guess they certainly do!).

Best regards,

jms319

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Updates To My Favourite Text Finder 5 years 2 months ago David Roper

Excellent article. Looks like it's more useful than EVERTHING by Void Tools which is/was my favorite until now.
Of course searching inside articles (Grepping) is WAYYY better than searching only Filenames. I have been using the MS ability to use 255 chrs for a filename to put key words in it, but now I can look up Paprika and brown sugar and get the BBQ recipe at once. Time? I got plenty of time to wait for it to search and not me. Thanks, Rob.

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Updates To My Favourite Text Finder 5 years 2 months ago jko

How does this compare to Agent Ransack? I've been using that for a good while and it does what I need, though I only use a fraction of its functionality. Would this be better for simple text searches in groups of files?

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Updates To My Favourite Text Finder 5 years 2 months ago Bruce_Fraser

Rob,
Great find... but what's the problem with search tools which index the hard drive contents? You mention "saves on hard disk space usage" -- surely in the age of TB hard drives, that's not an issue. The benefit of indexed contents is that searches are instant. Really: the answer is there before I even finish typing the search!

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Updates To My Favourite Text Finder 5 years 2 months ago Frank D

Its utility for me is reduced to zero by the fact that it doesn't do Boolean searches (e.g., this AND that, this OR that, etc.), so it's limited to either single word searches or you must type in exactly what you're looking for. Adding or omitting a comma, for example, will totally negate the search. I use DocFetcher for searches like this.

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Updates To My Favourite Text Finder 5 years 2 months ago texaganian

This and everything do completely different things. Everything can find files _by file name_ and using regexes if you wish. It is blazingly fast and yet doesn't have to build or maintain indexes because it uses the one maintained by NTFS itself. Brilliant concept, extraordinarily well done and massively useful.

Astro Grep, on the other hand, like any grep variant or descendant, searches flexibly for CONTENT in files. I haven't looked at this package yet but if it doesn't support booleans that would make it much less flexible than it should be and a deal killer for me.

But there are LOTS of Windows greps out there. I use Bare Grep extensively, though not for the exact same use case as the OP does.

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Updates To My Favourite Text Finder 5 years 2 months ago David Roper

I tried ASTRO GREP and I can say, I finally found the Boolean part to use, so it DOES have Logic for the words. I still like putting key words into the filenames and using "Everything" for searching. YMMV. I'm off to find and try your "Bare Grep". Thanks.

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Updates To My Favourite Text Finder 5 years 2 months ago swfan1963

Using the regex below I did a comparison of AstroGrep and Agent Ransack against the same folder tree / number of files, and Agent Ransack is dramatically faster. AstroGrep's results presentation is much nicer, and it saves unprintable characters when saving all result lines to a file. I do lots of FIX log searching, and that's a nice feature. However, for complex searches AstroGrep is so slow it's essentially not usable. Sigh. On that note, jko, have you figured out how to get Agent Ransack to use boolean operators? I've never been able to get it to work (short of using a regex similar to below).

(?=.*sfe)(?=.*mapper)

Finds lines that contain both "sfe" and "mapper"

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Use a New Command in Windows 8.1 to Find out how Your Disk Space is Being Used 5 years 8 months ago lowndesw

It was almost instantaneous on my Sam 840EVO SSD. 64 bit.

THANK YOU, Sir!!

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Use the Command Line for a Quick Cleanup of Windows Temp Files 6 years 10 months ago maneriramesh

i have got some folders in temp cmd but some folders can't be deleted ,but how to delete that files

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Use the Command Line for a Quick Cleanup of Windows Temp Files 6 years 10 months ago v.laurie The files are probably in use or locked by some program. Unless they are taking up a lot of space, they can be probably be left alone. view
Use the Command Line for a Quick Cleanup of Windows Temp Files 4 years 5 months ago avijeetr

I was having around 135000 temp files in my pc, which was slowing down my pc speed performance. I used the command option of your article and deleted the temp files at one chance. It was really helpful , nice and as well as informative. Thanks.

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Use the Search Engine Called StartPage to Protect Your Privacy 7 years 2 months ago Yankiwi

StartPage is great and I use its Advanced Search page as my home page. However, I also use DuckDuckGo for a lot of my searches. Despite its funny name, DDG likewise searches without tracking, so I have it as my default search engine in the Search field at the upper right of my Firefox screen.

Google may have the big name, but my privacy is not negotiable, so StartPage and DDG keep me blissfully Google-free.

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Use the Search Engine Called StartPage to Protect Your Privacy 7 years 2 months ago Juxxize great stuff I'm going to start using start page for all my google searches from today :) view
Use the Search Engine Called StartPage to Protect Your Privacy 7 years 2 months ago Sid in Extremis

StartPage is excellent. If you want to use other search engines anonymously they also offer Ixquick https://ixquick.com/

It is well worth reading the Settings section as you can enable or disable various filters. These can be saved via a URL without using cookies if you are particularly paranoid.

The slight problem with DuckDuckGo is that they use Amazon servers, it's up to you to decide whether to trust them.

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Use the Search Engine Called StartPage to Protect Your Privacy 7 years 2 months ago RedSkywalker

Some of the search settings have drop down menus which are easy to change, however, many settings show two or three options but how you select them beats me! I have tried every way I can think of with no success. I finally gave up and emailed them asking how to do it but nothing heard; shame because if I could skin it the way I want I would have used it.

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Use the Search Engine Called StartPage to Protect Your Privacy 7 years 2 months ago Schitti

+1 to DuckDuckGo - I'm used to search with it as my standard engine

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Use the Search Engine Called StartPage to Protect Your Privacy 7 years 2 months ago johnarro

StartPage is brilliant - it's been set as the start page on Chrome, Firefox and Opera for yonks for me !

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Use the Search Engine Called StartPage to Protect Your Privacy 7 years 2 months ago Oxa

I started using StartPage a year or two ago because I had become exasperated with Google's constant tweaking of the interface and with features (autocomplete, Google Instant, Google Preview) that slowed the search results and weren't the least bit helpful. I use Startpage for about 90% of my searches. Even though it uses Google, the results aren't the same, so sometimes when I don't find what I'm looking for I resort to Google. StartPage is a good search engine. The fact that it's anonymous is a bonus.

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Use the Search Engine Called StartPage to Protect Your Privacy 7 years 2 months ago rroberto

Cynical Concerns:

Any free site will require some revenue stream to exist. Without collecting personal data to sell to advertisers, how do they fund themselves...including startpage itself?

Yes, startpage offers an anonymous search. But once you click on a result, don't you "go public" via that site to your ISP, as well as to Google, Mozilla or Microsoft, depending on your choice of browser? And if you have to register to use a site you find via startpage, aren't we "uncloaked" that way as well?

Or am I missing something?

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Use the Search Engine Called StartPage to Protect Your Privacy 7 years 2 months ago v.laurie Look, you can't go on the Internet without some sort of risk. Nor can you use your phone, your charge card, or drive a car totally risk-free. If you are really concerned, maybe you should try anonymizer services. (http://www.techsupportalert.com/best-free-anonymous-surfing-service.htm) But then you have to trust the service. view
Use the Search Engine Called StartPage to Protect Your Privacy 6 years 8 months ago mhikl

Testing out Google, Yahoo and Bing search compared with Stat Page they rank SP, Google, Yahoo, Bing. A few things are missed out in Start Page but Google is become messy with advert stuff where SP seems to have less than Google. So strangely I do find SP to be more relevant in my searching.
The more I use Start Page, the better I like it. I use my Google mail for junk and as old friends contact me on Gmail, I have them move to my new, non-Google mail
- mail.com is what I use.
One hundred percent Google free I want to be.

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Use the Search Engine Called StartPage to Protect Your Privacy 6 years 4 months ago somedude

Anyone know how to add this "Start Page" link to the context menu in FF to replace the regular Google link?

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Use These Tips and Tools to Set Up Remote Support for Friends and Family 6 months 1 week ago lbdyck

TeamViewer is no longer free for personal use. Anydesk still is.

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Use These Tips and Tools to Set Up Remote Support for Friends and Family 6 months 1 week ago gizmofan1248

Thanks! Very informative.

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Use These Tips and Tools to Set Up Remote Support for Friends and Family 6 months 1 week ago MidnightCowboy From the TeamViewer website: "From the very beginning, TeamViewer has been available to everyone completely free of charge for personal, non-commercial use. Get Started Now! It’s free for personal use or as a trial version for business users." MC - Site Manager. view
Use These Tips and Tools to Set Up Remote Support for Friends and Family 6 months 1 week ago lbdyck

Good to know - I used it for many years but then a year, perhaps two years, ago I got a popup that it was upgrading to a new version that would require a paid license. At that point, I dropped it. It appears they reversed course which is excellent.

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Use These Tips and Tools to Set Up Remote Support for Friends and Family 6 months 1 week ago DrBones

This is a great (and currently relevant) topic. I've provided "support" to many family members over the years and have tried a bunch of different products. For our small business and home we use Zoho Assist which is free for "on demand" support which allows you to connect to another computer or the other user to connect to you. It's an enterprise level product that has worked well for me. Many of our business clients have Apple laptops and desktops and I can connect to them for training as easily as a windows computer.
DrBones

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Use These Tips and Tools to Set Up Remote Support for Friends and Family 6 months 1 week ago gizmofan1248

Recently, many people have got a popup message in TeamViewer: "Your TeamViewer Plan is not valid". But it still works. It seems to be an error which may have been fixed by now with the latest update of TeamViewer.

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Use These Tips and Tools to Set Up Remote Support for Friends and Family 6 months 1 week ago wmgoat

Used to use TeamViewer, was great. Now its limited to 5 minutes per session if you dont pay. I dumped it.

2 alternatives that Ive tried: Google remote desktop if you are just going into your system remotely or have a google pw on the receiving machine. Smooth operation once you get in. But doesnt work well for support because there still are a lot of people that dont have a Google account.

The other comes standard in the OS from MS: Quick Assist. Its a 2 way auth tool that gives you total control of the users screen. Ive used it several times with very new Win 10 users and with a bit of coaching, get in with no problem. Note that the user must input a code and then in the 3rd part of auth, they must allow you access, so you cant use this without user assistance at the keyboard. Its a me, you, me, you thing. Dont know when it started showing up in Win 10, but its in the latest 2 versions. Not sure about older ones.

Try Quick Assist, its working for me.

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Use These Tips and Tools to Set Up Remote Support for Friends and Family 6 months 1 week ago rhiannon

I didn't run into any issues with Team Viewer or AnyDesk but Team Viewer may have changed something in the last few days. Quick Assist is good for Windows 10 users. I havent tried Google's Remote Desktop, thanks for the input. :)

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Use These Tips and Tools to Set Up Remote Support for Friends and Family 6 months 1 week ago rhiannon

You're very welcome. :)

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Use These Tips and Tools to Set Up Remote Support for Friends and Family 6 months 1 week ago rhiannon

Team Viewer has apparently been revoking licenses for what they deem commercial activity. I hadn't heard of that error message, thanks.

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Use These Tips and Tools to Set Up Remote Support for Friends and Family 6 months 1 week ago rhiannon

I like Zoho products, I've used some of them for many years. Thanks for the heads up, I didn't know they had an remote assistance program that works cross platform, I'll have a look at it. :)

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Use These Tips and Tools to Set Up Remote Support for Friends and Family 6 months 7 hours ago gizmofan1248

Please note there have recently been problems with hackers accessing Zoom sessions. It is important to set passwords for sessions with Zoom:

https://krebsonsecurity.com/2020/04/war-dialing-tool-exposes-zooms-password-problems/

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Use These Tips and Tools to Set Up Remote Support for Friends and Family 6 months 8 hours ago rhiannon

Thanks. :)
Yes there have been issues, and it's partly because people haven't set up their meetings so they are secure. I've added basic tips to the article and a link to Zoom's blog on how to make meetings safe.

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Use These Tricks to Recover Lost Files In Windows 7 4 years 1 week ago cd1zzle

I made an account just to post this. Seriously.... this article may be old but option #2 listed here just saved me from getting murdered by my wife. 10/10 would read again.

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Use These Tricks to Recover Lost Files In Windows 7 3 years 10 months ago simple07

Hello,
i just register to THANK YOU.
For no reason, Windows 7 had deleted one of my desktop folders. I wasn't able to find in the bin, in the recovery file and in all the pc. It was dissapeared without reason.
But with this trick i found a copy and all my files were there.
MANY, MANY THANKS.
Keep it up! Best Regards from Italy.

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Use These Tricks to Recover Lost Files In Windows 7 3 years 10 months ago Anupam

Glad to know it helped you :).

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Use These Tricks to Recover Lost Files In Windows 7 1 year 6 months ago Sgluber

2019: these tricks will never be outdated!

Thank you, Vic! :-)

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Use These Two Online Photo Analysis Tools To See Image Data 2 years 1 month ago Jojo Yee For iOS, this may be a good try: Photo Investigator: Edit, Remove GPS EXIF Metadata https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/photo-investigator-edit-remove-gps-exif-metadata/id571574618?mt=8 view
Use These Two Online Photo Analysis Tools To See Image Data 2 years 1 month ago rhiannon

Thanks Jojo, I'll update the article. :)

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Use This All In One Tool to Diagnose and Repair PC Problems 1 year 1 month ago Rick Grunwald

Nice set of tools ... thanks

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Use This All In One Tool to Diagnose and Repair PC Problems 1 year 1 month ago rhiannon

You're welcome, I'm glad you like them. :)

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Use This All In One Tool to Diagnose and Repair PC Problems 1 year 1 month ago Maurice Smith

It will analyze your system but to fix it you have to go Pro for $30
There are equally good systems for free

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Use This All In One Tool to Diagnose and Repair PC Problems 1 year 1 month ago rhiannon

I'm not seeing an option to go Pro or where the program offers to fix a system either in the program or on the website - I see a PayPal donation button. Perhaps I'm looking in the wrong place, would you point me to where the Pro option is offered?

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Use This All In One Tool to Diagnose and Repair PC Problems 1 year 1 month ago gizmofan1248

Excellent! Thanks!

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Use This All In One Tool to Diagnose and Repair PC Problems 1 year 1 month ago howiem

Looks like the vendor's site got overloaded -
Error 522 Ray ID: 50ddd285f96149e9 • 2019-08-29 10:25:41 UTC
Connection timed out

Got the download of version 3.0.2.1 from Major Geeks https://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details/windows_repair_toolbox.html but have not tried it yet.

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Use This All In One Tool to Diagnose and Repair PC Problems 1 year 1 month ago rhiannon

I ran into that once, reloaded the page a few minutes later and it was fine. Thanks for the Major Geeks link, it works fine, I just downloaded and installed it from there with no issues (it was uninstalled to test the Major Geeks download).

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Use This All In One Tool to Diagnose and Repair PC Problems 1 year 1 month ago howiem

I tried it for hours with the same error, but was able to access it when I used the HOXX VPN

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Use This All In One Tool to Diagnose and Repair PC Problems 1 year 1 month ago rhiannon

There could be several reasons for that, and I'm glad you found a work around and an alternate download site.

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Use This Calculator That Works Like a Spreadsheet and a Notepad 1 year 6 months ago labman3746

Very nice app but on my tablet (Nexus 7 running 6.0.1) the long press to get added functions does not work. I have not tried it on an Android phone.

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Use this Free Program to Create Great Flowcharts and Diagrams 6 years 12 months ago ctleake

Hello Sir,

You have my profound respect for this tool. Every where I end up seems to have it lying around.

I'm an old COBOL programmer, re-invented as a PHP5 web coder, who remembers good old Jackson Structured Programming and still thinks there's a limited place for this inside OO Methods.

Is there anyway to conjure up new symbols: a tiny circle or a tiny star in the North-East corner of a rectangle; plus some square braces big enough to contain a rectangle with an indefinite number of vertical arrows beside the rectangle?

Warmest regards,

Chris

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Use this Free Program to Create Great Flowcharts and Diagrams 6 years 12 months ago Remah Yes, you can "Import Symbols.." from the Palette menu (right-click) but they're more rudimentary than the standard ones. I learnt that it was usually easier to get by in yEd without using too many custom symbols. You might find the same particularly for your second example. Search for "Custom Symbols" in yEd help to get more info. You can use bitmap and vector graphics formats to create custom nodes but they won't have modifiable visual properties unless they are Visio XML shapes. view
Use this Free Program to Create Great Flowcharts and Diagrams 5 years 7 months ago trcmf

I haven't tried this software yet because there is a feature that is needed before I waste anymore time experimenting with software. I have spent days looking for the right software with all the features.

Does this software have the ability to export a flowchart as a webpage?

Thanks in advance.

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