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Gizmo is Retiring but Gizmo’s Freeware Goes On 3 weeks 5 days ago klpoff

I was introduced to the Tech Support Alert back in the day through the Internet Tourbus. I don't know what I would have done all these years without this wealth of information that has helped me troubleshoot problems, improve productivity, and manage my 'digital life' effectively. Gizmo, your work has been a gift to the world! I'm happy to see that the site will go on, leaving a long-lasting legacy. Many blessings to you in your retirement! May you enjoy a well-deserved permanent vacation! From a grateful Gizmo fan. :)

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Gizmo is Retiring but Gizmo’s Freeware Goes On 3 weeks 5 days ago bemuzeduk

Hey Gizmo, enjoy a well earned retirement, you have been my go to person and website whenever I have needed anything PC related, thanks.

Regards

Geoff

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Gizmo is Retiring but Gizmo’s Freeware Goes On 3 weeks 5 days ago RonD2001

All the comments posted just about sum up what you have given so many people. Take care and have a happy retirement.

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Gizmo is Retiring but Gizmo’s Freeware Goes On 3 weeks 5 days ago Geokid

Happy Retirement. You deserve it for all your good work. I for one read Gizmo's every day and for years and have learned much. Glad to hear that it will continue.

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Gizmo is Retiring but Gizmo’s Freeware Goes On 3 weeks 5 days ago yrralrellim

Thank you so very much for your many years of dedication. As a 75 year old, I too understand where you are coming from but still I am saddened by your retirement news.
Happy 2021 and many year to come!!! Take care my friend!

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Gizmo is Retiring but Gizmo’s Freeware Goes On 3 weeks 5 days ago McHack

Many thanks, Gizmo. Enjoy your retirement: it has its perks :).

& the best possible New Year to you.

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Gizmo is Retiring but Gizmo’s Freeware Goes On 3 weeks 5 days ago Niefer

Thanks. Good luck.
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75? Time flies.

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Gizmo is Retiring but Gizmo’s Freeware Goes On 3 weeks 5 days ago Bandit

I just wanted to say THANK YOU! I have used a
lot of the tips, ideas, applications and so much
more I found on Gizmo over the years.

Have a great retirement.

Bandit

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Gizmo is Retiring but Gizmo’s Freeware Goes On 3 weeks 5 days ago TonyF

Happy retirement. You've made an impact on my life. I have found many good programs and start all searches here.

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Gizmo is Retiring but Gizmo’s Freeware Goes On 3 weeks 5 days ago RomanM

I wish you all the very best for your future!
I sincerely hope that the "projects" that you have lined up keep you out of mischief, and really do keep you busy and fully engaged.
Having been at this game for so long, you do realize that you will have to give your new activities a substantial push if you want to feel fulfilled.
I wish you all good things!

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Gizmo is Retiring but Gizmo’s Freeware Goes On 3 weeks 5 days ago Peter A Bell

Many thanks for all the help you've provided over the years and for all the wee gems you've brought us.

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Gizmo is Retiring but Gizmo’s Freeware Goes On 3 weeks 5 days ago tarachos

Enjoy your retirement and thank you so much for many years of useful information. I'm glad too that the site will be continuing in good hands.

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Gizmo is Retiring but Gizmo’s Freeware Goes On 3 weeks 5 days ago Robert Daniel

Thank you. You're efforts have been invaluable to me since you began so many years ago.

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Gizmo is Retiring but Gizmo’s Freeware Goes On 3 weeks 5 days ago davefparr

Cheers, m'dear!

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Gizmo is Retiring but Gizmo’s Freeware Goes On 3 weeks 5 days ago grammygeek

Enjoy the well-deserved retirement! Everything you have done for all of us is so appreciated!

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Gizmo is Retiring but Gizmo’s Freeware Goes On 3 weeks 5 days ago rutherfordpaul

Sincere thanks for having selflessly given up your time, energy, knowledge and sense of humour to us all.

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Gizmo is Retiring but Gizmo’s Freeware Goes On 3 weeks 5 days ago paulderdash

Thanks Gizmo for a great site. Have been a follower for as long as I have been on the 'net.
All the best for the future!

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Gizmo is Retiring but Gizmo’s Freeware Goes On 3 weeks 5 days ago robmets

Thank you Gizmo for all your hard work!!

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Gizmo is Retiring but Gizmo’s Freeware Goes On 3 weeks 5 days ago Pattern-chaser

Thanks, goodbye, and enjoy your retirement!

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Gizmo is Retiring but Gizmo’s Freeware Goes On 3 weeks 5 days ago mouser

Ian has been such a friend to the freeware coders of this planet, and techsupportalert has always been one of the very best sites on the web. We will miss you.

-mouser from donationcoder.com

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Gizmo is Retiring but Gizmo’s Freeware Goes On 3 weeks 5 days ago Australia

Thanks Gizmo!
Your website is a thorn in the side of all those software webpages that put ‘commercial’ interests over helping the public

Your invention of an honest webpage without hidden agendas truly revolutionised how the public can obtain much needed information about FREE software

I can safely say your website revolutionised my life and how I can obtain maximal productivity from my computer

May TechSupportAlert live forever. Thank you to all the moderators who keep this dream alive

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Complete Guide to Open Source Privacy Tools and Online Safety 3 weeks 5 days ago irwanwr

i've read few articles about those two and some others before. but forgot on which sites.
i think much of the content on both ptio and priv australia are quite similar. what Panzer said could also be noted.
the site that Panzer gave the link is also quite good.
i believe that in the end what matters is what do you need and want in certain level, according to situation and condition.
there's no such thing as too much too many as for security and privacy.
sometimes we can just utilise few things for daily basis activities. sometimes we put on more from the arsenal.
these more and updated info could be integrated into Gizmo's Freeware's Security and Privacy List also.

thanks to the team, for all the effort to collect and provide us these info for us to read and learn.

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Complete Guide to Open Source Privacy Tools and Online Safety 3 weeks 5 days ago irwanwr

sounds good. already have read that post of yours too, Rhiannon.

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Gizmo is Retiring but Gizmo’s Freeware Goes On 3 weeks 5 days ago irwanwr

many thanks for your dedication since you started. may you enjoy life more, knowing that you've helped many.

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Gizmo is Retiring but Gizmo’s Freeware Goes On 3 weeks 5 days ago oblivion

Enjoy your retirement, and I will join the chorus of voices claiming this is the end of an era. Your insights, knowledge and enthusiasm for this stuff have been a great resource for more people than you'll ever known -- thanks for everything!

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Gizmo is Retiring but Gizmo’s Freeware Goes On 3 weeks 5 days ago cmonster

Thanks for making this site and this community. It gives me memories of the old BBS days when techies helped techies with finding great software that wasn't necessarily mainstream.

You did real good.
Enjoy yourself.
You've earned it....

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Gizmo is Retiring but Gizmo’s Freeware Goes On 3 weeks 5 days ago grimbles

The end of an era. I remember when you first started with your freeware newsletter Ian and the TechSupportAlert site was little more than a basic repository for your newsletter archives. Although you probably won't remember, you and I used to communicate occasionally via email back in those days. You were, and always have been, a freeware guru with an extraordinary understanding of new and innovative freeware... and a thorough gentleman to boot. I sincerely wish you all the best in retirement and thank you for your years of helping us mere mortals.

Cheers... Jim in Oz

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Gizmo is Retiring but Gizmo’s Freeware Goes On 3 weeks 5 days ago tarryB

All the best for your retirement. This is a "go to" site for me every single day.
Many thanks.

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Gizmo is Retiring but Gizmo’s Freeware Goes On 3 weeks 5 days ago Bruce_Fraser

Congratulations, Ian/Gizmo!
You've accomplished something great here. And the fact that it will continue without you is a testimony to how your vision of quality free software has resonated with others.
I remember the hoopla around Windows Secrets, which was not much more than just that: hoopla. But your work has stood the test of time.
Many thanks.
Bruce Fraser

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Gizmo is Retiring but Gizmo’s Freeware Goes On 3 weeks 5 days ago GaryPSU

Congrats! I’m your age but retired 10 years ago.

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Gizmo is Retiring but Gizmo’s Freeware Goes On 3 weeks 5 days ago suruha

Gizmo has been a staple of mine since I first got internet. LOL
Thank you kindly!
Su

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Gizmo is Retiring but Gizmo’s Freeware Goes On 3 weeks 5 days ago Wyatt46

Godspeed

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Gizmo is Retiring but Gizmo’s Freeware Goes On 3 weeks 5 days ago warra

Happy trails Ian !...
love, hugs and spitty kisses from Wally in Bundanoon, Oz

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Gizmo is Retiring but Gizmo’s Freeware Goes On 3 weeks 5 days ago fazlez1

I had to login for the first time in years just to wish you the best. This website has helped me find the best freeware ever and helped steer me away from "acquiring" software. I used to show people this website all the time when I was working retail and helping people with their computer and electronic purchases. Sometimes they would come in looking software to do specific things and I would show them this site and tell them to see if they could find what they were looking for. Words really can't explain how valuable this site has been to me over the years. Enjoy your retirement and thanks again.for all you've done.

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Gizmo is Retiring but Gizmo’s Freeware Goes On 3 weeks 5 days ago danielson

By George!

All the best to you Gizmo, and thank you for this digital legacy that managed to survive through such rugged times!

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Gizmo is Retiring but Gizmo’s Freeware Goes On 3 weeks 6 days ago Panzer Good bye and thanks for all the fish! view
Gizmo is Retiring but Gizmo’s Freeware Goes On 3 weeks 6 days ago jiligahi

Thank for all the years, best of luck in all you do in the future

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Gizmo is Retiring but Gizmo’s Freeware Goes On 3 weeks 6 days ago MidnightCowboy Yes, it's amazing that 12 years+ have just sailed by and now we're left to pilot the ship without our venerable captain. Quite some challenge and quite an act to follow. Hopefully our current status and aims for the future will encourage a few more volunteers to come forward since we have quite a number of reviews in need of updating. As ever I'll be here to help whoever and with whatever I can. Thanks Gizmo for all your support and not least for enduring my off beat sense of humor. All the best to you and everyone else here for a pandemic free 2021. MC - Site Manager. view
Gizmo is Retiring but Gizmo’s Freeware Goes On 3 weeks 6 days ago George For me it started with "Gizmo's 46 Best" list many years ago, a list of free and useful PC software products. I liked the idea of freeware and finding good ones out there. Not before long I contacted Gizmo and the rest is history. The history of the Techsupportalert site and community. Thank you so much, Gizmo, for your contribution. What you have started will live on and we will do our best to manage it in your spirit. I wish you all the best for your retirement. Enjoy other great aspects of life now with your wife and maybe say Hello now and then. Thank you again for everything, George view
Gizmo is Retiring but Gizmo’s Freeware Goes On 3 weeks 6 days ago Collier

Thank you !!!!!

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Best Free Streaming Media Recorder 3 weeks 6 days ago Marianigh

I would also like to add the AceThinker Online Audio Recorder as one of the best streaming media recorder. It is an online app that can help you record music in high qualiy output. Here's the link of the tool https://www.acethinker.com/record-audio

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Complete Guide to Open Source Privacy Tools and Online Safety 4 weeks 1 hour ago rhiannon

I noted the comments on Brave and DuckDuckGo. I'd want to see more info on that before I made an assessment.

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Complete Guide to Open Source Privacy Tools and Online Safety 4 weeks 4 hours ago irwanwr

i've checked the site mentioned above. not very much difference on them. both australia and ptio. priv australia tools also mentioned those things criticise by the that "lemy.ml". there are even the similar "mistakes" on both sites. like; duckduckgo, brave, etc.

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Listen to Forest Sounds Around the World With Tree.fm 4 weeks 10 hours ago i8spombots

Thanks Doc Fish (LOL) just saw your advice and off to have a peek

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Wallpaper of the Week: "Canopy Creek (Autumn)" by Digital Blasphemy 4 weeks 12 hours ago Sgluber

WOW! *applause*
:-)

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Create Your Own “Blob Opera” with Google’s New Musical Experiment 4 weeks 1 day ago rhiannon

I was dubious when I first saw it but after playing with it I thought it was fun and worth sharing. I'm glad you like it. :)

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Create Your Own “Blob Opera” with Google’s New Musical Experiment 4 weeks 1 day ago Rick Grunwald

This is KEWL!!!
It looked lame and I almost didn't try it
THANKS!

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Best Free Video Cutter and Joiner 1 month 1 day ago leblancj

I have a paid version of Machete that I have used for several years but just recently came across a limitation: it doesn't handle large files well. Each .avi file from my 2001 Sony MiniDV camcorder is about 25 GB in size. Machete will allow edits (e.g., trims along key frames) but it cannot save the modified file. It goes into a 'non-responding' state. Freeware LosslessCut handled the same files with no problem. Support from Machete acknowledged the problem and recommended that I split the files before trimming. Kind of defeats the purpose of having a user-friendly lossless editor!

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Listen to Forest Sounds Around the World With Tree.fm 1 month 2 days ago rhiannon

I enjoyed listening to several of the forest sounds since they loop/repeat. It's pleasant background sound. Some were distinct enough that the repeating sounds bothered me a bit. If your ear picks up repetitive patterns easily the site may not appeal to you. As Sturgeon General mentions, you may enjoy my Noise, and there are many good collections of nature sounds on YouTube.

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Listen to Forest Sounds Around the World With Tree.fm 1 month 2 days ago rhiannon

You're welcome. I prefer my Noise to other sites like noisli.com. You have to create an accout there and the sounds on the the free plan are limited. I agree, my Noise is hands down the best noise generating site I've come across, paid or free.

 

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Listen to Forest Sounds Around the World With Tree.fm 1 month 2 days ago Sturgeon General

These recordings vary in length as you describe, but 'loop'. They are meant to be a soothing background (white) noise for relaxation rather than a full length movie. You may be more interested in an earlier posting also by Rhiannon from back in June...
https://www.techsupportalert.com/content/find-200-best-ambient-and-white-noise-sounds-site.htm
Here you find quite possibly the best sound generator period. I had my doubt to begin with, but this is the one!! You will not need any others after this one.
Thank you Rhiannon!!!

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Listen to Forest Sounds Around the World With Tree.fm 1 month 3 days ago i8spombots

"The recordings vary in length but are usually brief, from under 30 seconds to around three minutes" making it, IMHO, completely useless.

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Best Free Online Backup 1 month 3 days ago drbb01

Confirming that Mozy is gone forever. Former Mozy customers were given the opportunity to purchase Carbonite storage at a discount back in April 2019. Mozy should be removed from the article on next revision.

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Best Free Game Sites 1 month 4 days ago scottheflin589

I hope you never stop! This is one of the best blogs I've ever read. You've got some mad skill here, man. I just hope that you don't lose your style because you're definitely one of the coolest bloggers out there. Please keep it up because the internet needs someone like you spreading the word.

Scott - Stump Grinding Greenville SC

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Best Free Software for Linux 1 month 4 days ago Panzer YoutSuck - YouTube downloader in Bash: https://gitlab.com/Zinnia_Zirconium/youtsuck view
Add Everything Search to the Windows Taskbar 1 month 5 days ago George.J

Yup UltraSearch is the one I use. Was an Everything user in the past, but UltraSearch felt faster and had more features. 

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A Brilliant Internet Radio Stream Player/Recorder/Searcher 1 month 6 days ago irwanwr

i think up until now, this is the best overall radio streamer on windows for me.
it's simple. small file size footprint. yet quite powerful.
available both as installed or as portable application.

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Add Everything Search to the Windows Taskbar 1 month 6 days ago Mighty

I used Everything for a long time. But, a few years ago I found Wizfile https://antibody-software.com/wizfile/ It indexes the entire disk in a coupla seconds. It won's search across disks, which I think Everything can do. But, it's so fast that that doesn't really matter.

The same company also has Wiztree, which replaces windirstat. Same thing, just a few secs, and it's done.

Both are fully functional shareware, so free to try out.

Not affiliated, just a user/customer.

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Link Your Android Phone to Your Windows 10 PC To Increase Productivity 1 month 1 week ago Luftmensch

I have this installed, but my VPN will not allow communication. I have to disconnect the VPN every time I wantr to use YourPhone. Do you know of any work round which will enable this to work seamlessly?

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Add Everything Search to the Windows Taskbar 1 month 1 week ago rhiannon

I could use a search took to find the things I put "somewhere safe".

To all who celebrate anything this season, our best wishes.
Wishing you all a Happy New Year.

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Best Free PDF Writer Software 1 month 1 week ago Fairportfan

As of version 10 the free Foxit apparently does NOT support PDF creation.

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Add Everything Search to the Windows Taskbar 1 month 1 week ago MidnightCowboy I don't need a search tool, just something to help me remember what I'm meant to be looking for. :D Happy Christmas everybody! MC - Site Manager. view
Add Everything Search to the Windows Taskbar 1 month 1 week ago seeker108

Thank you! That is a critical piece of information for me and everyone else who hasn't installed the toolbar before.

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Add Everything Search to the Windows Taskbar 1 month 1 week ago rhiannon

I've had Everything pinned totaskbar taskbar for years. This creates a toolbar on the taskbar. I haven't tried UltraSearch in a long time, I'll have tontake another look at it. :)

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Add Everything Search to the Windows Taskbar 1 month 1 week ago rhiannon

Did you follow the steps to install it using the directions at either of the sites mentioned in the article?
If you're having trouble finding the toolbar after going through the steps outlined at both sites post back and we'll see what we can do. Here's the sites that have the directions that are linked in the article above:

Want Faster Searches? Add Everything Search To Your Windows Taskbar!

Add Everything Search to the Windows Taskbar for even faster searches

 

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Add Everything Search to the Windows Taskbar 1 month 1 week ago Gad Feldan

Me too.

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Best Free Android Apps - Updated 2021 1 month 1 week ago riseup

Thankyou for Sharing Above App. This is the first place I go when looking for a new app for my Android phone.

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Add Everything Search to the Windows Taskbar 1 month 1 week ago crombierob

Don't know if UltraSearch adds to the Taskbar, but I stopped using Everything, when I found how fast UltraSearch was

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Add Everything Search to the Windows Taskbar 1 month 1 week ago rhiannon

Did you follow the steps to install it using the directions at either of the sites mentioned in the article?
If you're having trouble finding the toolbar after going through the steps outlined at both sites post back and we'll see what we can do. Here's the sites that have the directions that are linked in the article above:

Want Faster Searches? Add Everything Search To Your Windows Taskbar!

Add Everything Search to the Windows Taskbar for even faster searches

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Add Everything Search to the Windows Taskbar 1 month 1 week ago willrun4fun

What am I missing? I can't find the toolbar option.

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Add Everything Search to the Windows Taskbar 1 month 1 week ago rhiannon

I'm delighted you like it. :)

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Add Everything Search to the Windows Taskbar 1 month 1 week ago rhiannon

Yes, thanks for mentioning it.

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Add Everything Search to the Windows Taskbar 1 month 1 week ago rhiannon

Me too. The toolbar interface is different than pinning the program to the taskbar but it's very well implemented I think. I've been using it for a few weeks and haven't found any hiccups. Nicely done.

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Add Everything Search to the Windows Taskbar 1 month 1 week ago deegee

If you are installing the 'Everything Toolbar' and come to the step where you need to select 'Explorer.exe' but cannot find it... It's actually called 'Windows Explorer', so scroll further down to 'W', select 'Windows Explorer' and click the 'restart' button and you should be good to go...

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Add Everything Search to the Windows Taskbar 1 month 1 week ago Rick Grunwald

I have had this on my taskbar for years. Take some time to find out all it can do

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Add Everything Search to the Windows Taskbar 1 month 1 week ago Frank D

This is a fantastic find! Thank you!

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Thank You for Donating 1 month 1 week ago peterX99

Keep up the good work. Thank you for the site.

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How to Take a Snapshot of Web Page and Store It Online 1 month 1 week ago rhiannon

I'm not familiar with .mht. I would save a page using your usual method and save the same page at the site and compare the two.

The page is also stored online, so is accessible from a device with an internet connection and can look up other websites and any previous iterations that may have been saved.

 

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How to Take a Snapshot of Web Page and Store It Online 1 month 1 week ago crombierob

For over a decade now, I save a copy of web pages as .mht
It is comparable with saving a 'web page complete' except you don't have to suffer having a related folder called 'files' (AGH!)
IE always offered that single file save format (not sure if it still does ?)
When I open such a saved file, all of the links still work (assuming the site still has them)
Some browsers may not be able to open .mht file, but FF has an extension to allow that.

Does this differ from what you are proposing ?
Or, does yours save all the linked stuff as well ?

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Take Control of the Position of Icons on Your Windows 10 Taskbar 1 month 1 week ago Altnetcoza

Now, could someone please come up with a utility to automatically sort Taskbar icons alphabetically?

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How to Take a Snapshot of Web Page and Store It Online 1 month 2 weeks ago rhiannon

Archiving a page is different from a screenshot. It stores the whole page in its original format. You can copy things from the page, links work, etc. It's an active web page, not a static screenshot.  It stores the page online at a unique URL. Any previously archived pages are there for comparison. It's very much like the Internet Archive Wayback Machine, the links and content are intact (minus scripts and some interactive elements).

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How to Take a Snapshot of Web Page and Store It Online 1 month 2 weeks ago RMG1999

Why not just hit the PrtScrn key and save the image ??
Our use the Snip tool in Windows and save the image ??

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How to Take a Snapshot of Web Page and Store It Online 1 month 2 weeks ago rhiannon

I'm glad you could access the site. :-)

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How to Take a Snapshot of Web Page and Store It Online 1 month 2 weeks ago danielson

Can't put a star on this article about this site yet...
Could not access it this a.m.
And checked here:
https://www.isitdownrightnow.com/archive.is.html
with this message:
The site has been unreachable for more than 100 days. If the site is live or if you have further information about the site status, please comment below...

Update: they lied! Just accessed a few hours later it via Edge browser.

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How to Take a Snapshot of Web Page and Store It Online 1 month 2 weeks ago rhiannon

It's working fine for me now in a few different browsers on two different internet connections on mobile and laptop.

I've had mixed results over the years with the sites that check if a website is down so I tend to check many of them if I think a site is down. Some will say a site is working, some not. That's the result I've gotten now. This says it's up: https://isitdownorjust.me/archive-is/. Another says it's been down for maintenance for 100 days.

There are some issues with Cloudflare with this and other sites. If you’re using a DNS service that could be an issue. I'd try a different browser. I'm running into more and more site availability issues with the newer versions of Chrome based browsers.

Lol I ran into one just now, a site I use often and used last night is now flagged as unsafe in a chrome based browser but is fine in Firefox. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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Best Sites To Read Books Online Without Download or Registration 1 month 2 weeks ago MidnightCowboy Thanks for the suggestion Foamhenge. Now added. MC - Site Manager. view
Best Sites To Read Books Online Without Download or Registration 1 month 2 weeks ago Foamhenge

This is by far the most comprehensive list of this kind that I've seen. Please add Century Past Library. It has tens of thousands of books (fiction and non-fiction), and more than 200 magazine titles; all free. No sign-up, and easy to browse by subject. www.envisionthepast.com

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Reduce Repetitive Typing with This Free Text Expander 1 month 2 weeks ago rhiannon

Windows Store Apps don't have a standard installer or uninstaller like traditional apps (e.g. .exe or .msi). They are called Progressive Web Apps (PWA) and use the .appx extension. They are stored in the C:\Program Files\WindowsApps folder (if C: is where you've installed Windows).
That's why you can't find them using a standard Revo or a search. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

 

 

 

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Best Free Antivirus Software 1 month 2 weeks ago phoneguy

I decided on Sophos Home. Sophos used to be a Enterprise only Antivirus but you can now use a free home version. You do have to manage it online but it is light on resources from what I've seen, it works on Windows 7, and I have not seen a better alternative. I am still open to suggestions.

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Reduce Repetitive Typing with This Free Text Expander 1 month 2 weeks ago Goomer

The thing I find most baffling about this is Microsoft's not following what I would have thought to be an installation standard. No where does installing this (and it isn't the first that bit me) does it show up in the uninstall part of control panel. It just goes somewhere and the standard way of uninstalling programs doesn't work. I'm a fan of Revo Uninstaller Pro (what doesn't have a "Pro" version anymore?) and it didn't show it and could not find it either. Programs have generally uninstalled using Microsoft's uninstaller (or so variation of it) for years and suddenly no more?

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Reduce Repetitive Typing with This Free Text Expander 1 month 2 weeks ago rhiannon

It happens to all of us. :-)

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Reduce Repetitive Typing with This Free Text Expander 1 month 2 weeks ago swede

Thanks for your prompt reply. I am embarrassed to admit that I looked in all the places mentioned in the link already and just did not see the aText listed. As a result of your comment, I looked again and found it.

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Best Free Software for Linux 1 month 2 weeks ago Panzer Disk Atlas - a simple, effective tool for finding wasted disk space: https://diskatlas.com/ view
12 Little Known Tips to Make Gmail More Useful 1 month 2 weeks ago rhiannon

The only way I'm aware of to delete large amounts of emails is using search operators to find and delete emails.
Others here may have an idea.
There's a good list of search operators here: 25 Gmail Search Operators That Will Make You a Pro
 

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12 Little Known Tips to Make Gmail More Useful 1 month 2 weeks ago buzmeg

Great tips, but I have a request. How does one batch delete Gmail on an Android device (i.e. smartphone)?

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Reduce Repetitive Typing with This Free Text Expander 1 month 2 weeks ago rhiannon

Glad to help out. :-)

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Reduce Repetitive Typing with This Free Text Expander 1 month 2 weeks ago Goomer

It was from the Microsoft store and it is now uninstalled. Ultimately, that was simple. I googled how to uninstall aText and got nowhere. This confirms my suspicions and resolve to stay away from the Microsoft store. Thank you for the rescue.

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Reduce Repetitive Typing with This Free Text Expander 1 month 2 weeks ago rhiannon

If you downloaded it from the Microsoft store, here are directions for uninstalling apps from the Microsoft Store:
How To Uninstall Microsoft Store Apps

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Reduce Repetitive Typing with This Free Text Expander 1 month 2 weeks ago rhiannon

If you downloaded it from the Microsoft store, here are directions for uninstalling apps from the Microsoft Store:
How To Uninstall Microsoft Store Apps

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Reduce Repetitive Typing with This Free Text Expander 1 month 2 weeks ago Goomer

If you should find a way to uninstall this (aText) I'd sure like to hear about it. I'm now trying to get rid of it and it doesn't show up anywhere, but still wants to keep running.

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