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  2. Wow. Just Wow. In a world which is getting increasingly sensitive about data collection and privacy, you can just get away saying its a bug.
  3. Develop a Csharp console application that will determine the gross pay for each of three employees. The company pays straight time for the first 40 hours worked by each employee and time and a half for all hours worked in excess of 40 hours. You are given a list of the three employees of the company, the number of hours each employee worked last week, and the hourly rate of each employee. Your application should input this information for each employee and should determine and display the employee
  4. Copernic

    MediaInfo 18.12

    MediaInfo 18.12 by Razvan Serea  MediaInfo supplies technical and tag information about a video or audio file. MediaInfo provides details about a both video and audio details, including tag information. Links are provided to Web locations for download of most video codecs and applications. File data is exportable in a variety of formats including CSV, text and HTML. What can I do with it? Read many video and audio file formats Different methods of viewing information (text, sheet, tree, HTML...) You can customize these views Exporting information as text, CSV, HTML... Graphical Interface, or Command Line, or DLL Integration with MS-Windows shell (drag 'n' drop, and Context menu) Internationalization: any language display on any version of your Operating System Localization capability (but volunteers needed) What information can I get from MediaInfo? General: title, author, director, album, track number, date, duration... Video: codec, aspect, fps, bitrate... Audio: codec, sample rate, channels, language, bitrate... Text: language of subtitle Chapters: number of chapters, list of chapters What format (container) does MediaInfo support? Video: MKV, OGM, AVI, DivX, WMV, QuickTime, Real, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, DVD (VOB)... (Codecs: DivX, XviD, MSMPEG4, ASP, H.264, AVC...) Audio: OGG, MP3, WAV, RA, AC3, DTS, AAC, M4A, AU, AIFF... Subtitles: SRT, SSA, ASS, SAMI... MediaInfo 18.12 changelog: Android version: DCP: support of multi-reel packages EBUCore: added some FFV1 related metadata JPEG: better info display of CYMK files Provide source of the color related metadata (container or stream) (hidden by default) MXF: display more information when wrapper/essence values are detected as not same MXF: ProRes profiles MPEG-4: ProRes RAW support MPEG-TS: add support of parsing some ETSI TS 103-433 messages MPEG-2 Video: variable GOP detection fix MPEG-7 export: some fields were missing due to the removal of some legacy fields ADTS: Fix display of channel count for 8-channel streams ID3v2: fix some date related issues I298, ID3v2: fix wrong read of recording date in some cases I1032, PBCore2: fix essenceFrameSize with non Video tracks I1096, JPEG: fix crash with one file Several other crash and memory leak fixes Download: MediaInfo 18.12 | 5.4 MB (Open Source) Download: Portable MediaInfo 18.12 32-bit | 3.2 MB Download: Portable MediaInfo 18.12 64-bit | 4.4 MB View: MediaInfo Homepage Get alerted to all of our Software updates on Twitter at @NeowinSoftware
  5. The OP on Reddit says this works to stop the logging, but I wasn't able to confirm this so I left it out of the main article:
  6. Windows 10 logs your activities to the cloud even when you tell it not to by Steven Parker Although Microsoft appeared to answer critics, and even lawmakers at the beginning of the year by incorporating even more privacy controls into Windows 10 (which really just adds to the flood of settings you now have to be mindful of) it would appear that the toggles do little to nothing in reality. Recent versions of Windows include an 'Activity History' which allows users to "jump back" on certain activities across devices if they have it enabled, and view a history of those activities in 'Timeline', which was introduced with the Windows 10 April 2018 Update, again, only if you choose to have those features enabled, although they are by default. Timeline relies on the following settings being enabled: Store my activity history on this device. Send my activity history to Microsoft. Show activities for specific accounts. ... with the first option tracking activities on the device and the second, sending those activities to Microsoft. Even with all three options in Settings > Activity history disabled, you may still find all of the related data listed on Microsoft's Privacy Dashboard website at Currently, only Edge and Microsoft Office support 'Apps' tracking at this time, as noted by a user on Reddit (via Ghacks) who discovered the bug, and the many replies that angrily confirmed it. We were able to confirm the findings for ourselves, in addition, even if you disable Activity History through the Group Policy editor, it does not change the collecting and display of data either. You can see for yourself by going to: Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > System > OS Policies. Disable "Allow publishing of User Activities. Disable "Enables Activity Feed". Disable "Allow upload of User Activities" The changes have no effect on the collecting and display of activity data on the Privacy Dashboard website under Activity History. Concerns over Microsoft's telemetry data collection methods remain an issue that privacy watchdogs and governments still feel haven't been alleviated, and this also goes to show that there is still a lot of work to be done to respect users' preferences in regard to data collection and just how far companies can go before the authorities step in.
  7. makwilson

    OnePlus 6T review: The best value for a flagship phone

    Hello good morning,,Do you still have this item for sale?
  8. Hello good morning, ,Do you still have this item for sale?
  9. LG adds 17-inch and 2-in-1 models to its gram laptop line, launching at CES 2019 by Jay Bonggolto LG has announced today that it will showcase two new laptop models under its gram lineup at CES 2019 set to take place next month in Las Vegas, Nevada. The new entries to its ultralight family of laptops include a 17-inch model (17Z990) and a 2-in-1 convertible variant (model 14T990). Under the hood, the new LG gram laptops will be powered by Intel's eigth-generation Core processors, paired with up to 16GB of DDR4 memory and up to 512GB solid-state storage. Both laptop models can also accommodate an extra SSD. Here's the complete list of specs and features of both products: LG gram 17 LG gram 2-in-1 Display size 17-inch 14-inch LCD WQXGA (2560 x 1600) IPS, sRGB 96% FULL HD (1920 x 1080) Touch IPS Display, Corning Gorilla Glass 5 Aspect Ratio 16:10 16:9 Weight 1340g 1145g Dimension 380.6 x 265.7 x 17.4mm (15.0 x 10.5 x 0.7 inches) 324.6 x 210.8 x 17.9mm (12.8 x 8.3 x 0.7 inches) Battery 72Wh (19.5 hours) 72Wh (21 hours) CPU 8th Gen Intel Core Processor 8th Gen Intel Core Processor GPU Intel UHD Graphics Intel UHD Graphics Memory 8GB / 16GB (DDR4, 1 on board + 1 slot) 8GB / 16GB (DDR4, 1 on board + 1 slot) Storage 256GB / 512GB (M.2 Slot) 256GB / 512GB (M.2 Slot) Color White, Dark Silver Dark Silver Keyboard Backlit Keyboard, 98 keys Backlit Keyboard, 98 keys I/O Port USB 3.1 Type-C (Thunderbolt™ 3 Option), USB 3.1 x 3, Dual Mic, HDMI, microSD, HP/Mic Out (Combo) USB 3.1 Type-C, USB 3.1 x 2, Dual Mic, HDMI, microSD, HP/Mic Out (Combo) USP Fingerprint Reader, Precision Glass Touchpad, US Military Standard Certification (MIL-STD-810g), DTS Headphone X Fingerprint Reader, LG Stylus Pen (Wacom AES2.0), US Military Standard Certification (MIL-STD-810g), DTS Headphone X It's worth noting, though, that the Thunderbolt 3 option will be available in select markets only. Jang Ik-hwan, head of LG’s IT business division, said: "LG gram has evolved in accordance with what consumers have been asking for – super-light laptops that pair performance with optimum portability. With beautiful displays, compelling design and enough power for productivity and play, the 2019 LG gram models deliver convenience on a whole new scale, bringing unprecedented value to the laptop experience." Last year, the South Korean electronics company unveiled 14-inch and 13-inch models of the gram at CES 2018. This family of laptops is supposed to balance a high level of portability and performance.
  10. DevTech

    Windows BSOD on 2009 desktop

    Specs PC System: Asus P6X58D Premium - Intel Core i7 920 @ 2.66 GHz (overclocked to 3.4GHz) - MSI NVIDIA GTX 760 GAMING 24 GB RAM (Corsair Vengeance 6x4 GB DDR3 SDRAM @ 1600 MHz) - Asus Xonar D2/PM Samsung 860 EVO SSD 250GB (OS installed) - OCZ 60GB Vertex Turbo SSD - Western Digital 150 GB SATA300 16MB Raptor - some other HDD's Windows 10 Pro 64-bit all in a black SilverStone Midi Tower FT01B-W - List the BSOD type - could be anything - disconnect the OCZ for a while if you can - 2.66 ghz overclocked to 3.4 ghz for 10 years could lead to "electro-migration" depending on amount of overvolt so another worthwhile test is to slow down the CPU a bit and also the RAM timing a bit. - might be worth doing an intensive RAM test - just needs one flakey bit in 10 years out of 24 gigs - ye old standard scrap off the old heat sink gunk and apply fresh never hurts... In terms of Windows 10, newer versions have been turning on a kind of mini-Hyper-V to sandbox device drivers for increased security which can cause oddities so make sure all device drivers are as new as possible - just about everything from ASUS would be out of date so download newer stuff from Intel etc. Also, it doesn't hurt to turn on Hyper-V and stop using any other VM stuff like VM Ware and Virtual Box
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  12. Star Control: Origins season pass' first part, Aftermath, is now available by Pulasthi Ariyasinghe The Earth Rising season pass that was announced for Star Control: Origins earlier this month delivered its first chapter today, Aftermath. Arriving as the first of four planned parts, today's release expands on the game's storyline where humanity is now leaving its solar system and expanding its empire to new parts of the galaxy. Aftermath delivers the new Gloosh alien faction, six major quests, a multitude of new ships, and even a mystery surrounding alien precursor starbases. Here's how Stardock describes the new storyline that players will experience in part one: Star Control has ordered the construction of a new Star Control base in Epsilon Trireme. Not every alien is happy about the prospect of an expanding human empire, however, and already the efforts there have run into trouble. Meanwhile, a group of suspiciously helpful aliens have informed the player of a potential new ally: the Gloosh, who are possibly the laziest aliens in the universe. On top of it all, a new enemy has appeared in the shadows, one who seems to have their own long history with humanity. Star Control: Origins - Earth Rising season pass is purchasable via Steam for $19.99, with its Aftermath chapter available now. The rest of the season pass - The Lexites, The Syndicate, and Earth Rises - are slated to launch in 2019. Disclaimer: Neowin's relationship to Stardock
  13. I dont think you can give any older Lumia a static ip. Well I've got the 635 and 820. Both didn't give you the option of a static ip address You need a MobileEnterpriseStaticIP runtime so you can execute it. Then you can give it a static ip
  14. John.D

    Windows BSOD on 2009 desktop

    Upload the small dmp files somewhere then post the link. What does the BSOD say? Is BIOS 1501 on it?
  15. kiddingguy

    Windows BSOD on 2009 desktop

    Hi guys and girls, I have a desktop built with the Core i7 920 CPU (bought Feb 2009) I made several upgrades and replacements to it. But the "core" and hardware is still mainly based on 2009 technology. I recently noticed that several BSOD's on this machine are taking over. Can this because of the age of some components? Or might it be a faulty Windows 10 installation (October 2018 update)? Or something else casusing this? Help for determining if this machine is still okay or that I might look for something new is appreciated. There is no real need for a new computer, but if it's failing on me.... a better consideration can be made.
  16. But still no true dark mode for Office 2019 / Office 365 for Windows? Why do the reading pane in Outlook need to be white on Windows but the dark mode on macOS manages to make it dark?
  17. Now for dark mode on Windows version of office.
  18. Reminds me of Apple and Beats.
  19. Could have been the recent sales? From what I've read online, the additional cost of a Pro may not necessarily be justified. Besides running hotter/louder, it doesn't achieve full 4K and instead uses checker boarding(?) If you want the latest and greatest, get the Pro, but if you just want to enjoy the exclusives you could save a bit and go for the regular PS4. As Skiver mentioned, it's likely that the PS5 is around the corner so get the PS4 and put what you saved towards a PS5. You'd hope it would be BC with PS4 so your games would get a nice little bump.
  20. Microsoft could have just given this guy a job, and cold this hologram versions of as is and it'd have cleaned the market up over Amazon and Google's home assistant devices.
  21. There are rumours out there that the PS5 will drop in 2019, there's nothing official on that though so it's always a risk no matter what. My personal expectation is that MS have been doing well since the release of the X and with MS pretty much confirming another new console for 2020, Sony will want to try and get in before MS on this one so I'm inclined to believe the rumours. Other than that, I'm an Xbox guy so I can't really comment on anything else, enjoy your new console whatever you buy
  22. DevTech

    Trouble for PC novice

    One day, young grasshopper, I may no longer be around... 1. Brand and model of mobo gives us ability to download pdf manual and to verify RAM, CPU etc compat, BEEP CODES, etc 2. CPU and cooler info speaks to overheating and power requirements 3. GPU card provides info on power usage, heating, and card supply via PCIe buss or external connector 4. Power supply size, brand, model tells if correct PSU was selected, and brand can suggest longevity 5. etc.
  23. Literally every person I've seen using windows 10 the first thing they do is disable cortana.
  24. Funny because I actually had to modify ssh and build a server that logged a password to a build for a build machine so I could (legitimately) add a replacement machine as I didn't have the password for the old one. There is a use for these things sometimes despite the main uses probably being bad.
  25. Here is the source of one of the screenshots making the rounds. Enjoy!
  26. This sort of post, about visual elements, really would benefit from a screenshot
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