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  2. I like stuff like this; happy purchaser of DisplayFusion which helps me a lot already. Will look at checking this out when I get home, thanks! +1 for bringing it to Steam as well, since that'll be a quick way to add it at work where I might use the hell out of it.
  3. I wonder what about voice modem support? Had issues with it on my voice mail server. Ezvice couldn't detect a modem with voice support. After messing with it for 1 hour and having no luck I rolled back to 1809.
  4. Huh? Has the messaging app been able to sync with W10M since MS decided to move that to Skype? I only remember a month or two of Messaging app doing any syncing and that was years ago.
  5. Can't wait to hear all those people moaning that still using the Messages sync 20 times a day on their vibrant WinMobile10-relic
  6. I just came to the realization that with this build, the flash drive creation part of the Media Creation Tool is utterly pointless. You can't actually USE the resulting flash drive to upgrade a computer. Yeah, you can use it for a clean install, but otherwise what's the point? You can copy the contents to a folder and upgrade. But yeah, good point. Ironically, burning a DVD is actually preferable to making a flash drive for this build. Way to go BACKWARDS Microsoft!!!
  7. Stardock releases Groupy on Steam, brings browser-like Tabs for Windows apps by Steven Parker Today, Stardock released their popular utility app, Groupy, on Steam. Groupy brings browser-like tabs to your Windows applications - from Microsoft Office programs, all the way to Adobe Photoshop or Premiere, and more. Groupy lets Windows users group their desktop windows together in tabbed groups as easily as browsers group websites together. Groupy takes programs, web browsers, File Explorer windows, and much more, and puts them into tabbed groups right on the Windows desktop. Just like modern web browsers group websites together, users can do that with all of the apps on their desktops, making for a cleaner and more efficient experience. "Windows users get the experience they’ve been waiting for with Groupy," said Angela Marshall, General Manager of Stardock Software. "Users have become accustomed to organizing their browsing experience with tabs, so it makes sense to bring this functionality to the rest of Microsoft Windows." Groupy works on Windows 10, 8, and 7. Once installed, creating groups with the app is simple: users can drag a window to another window, where they will combine into a single window, with tabs showing in the title bar. To ungroup, users simply drag the tab off the group. Create saved groups of apps and sort tabs by task or function easily. For example, open multiple web browsers, all in one set of tabs, or Office applications like Excel and Word, all in a single, easy-to-use window. Once a group is created, quickly switch between different windows using a hotkey or clicking on the tab. Groupy can automatically add launched programs into an existing tab group. Groupy is the feature that’s been lacking in the Windows experience. Groupy is available for $4.99 on Steam. Disclaimer: Neowin's relationship to Stardock
  8. The horror! How dare they not make new icon for publisher. Let's go protest outside Redmond campus at once!
  9. Here are the features being removed or deprecated with the Windows 10 May 2019 Update by João Carrasqueira After more than a month of testing with Windows Insiders in the Release Preview ring, the Windows 10 May 2019 Update was finally made available to the general public on Tuesday. We already have a pretty good idea of what's new in the update and, despite the extensive testing, Microsoft also published the known issues with this release. Now, though, we're also learning what's being removed or deprecated starting with this version. There aren't a ton of things being killed off, but some well-known features such as Windows To Go are no longer being developed, and may be removed in a future release. Starting with what's already been removed, there's the sync capability of the built-in messaging app. The app was already nearly useless since the death of Windows 10 Mobile, but now it can't sync any messages from your phone anymore, so there's even less reason to use it. Of course, you can use the Your Phone app to sync that content now, so not much of a loss. The XDDM-based remote display driver, which comes from as far back as Windows 2000, is also planned for removal in an upcoming release. Software makers that still rely on it will need to start considering making the switch to the WDDM model in order to keep working as intended. There are also a few features that are no longer being developed but aren't necessarily being removed for now. One such feature is roaming taskbar settings, which Microsoft says it's planning to disable altogether in a future release. Microsoft is also preparing to drop support for Wi-Fi networks still using WEP and TKIP security, with a warning message being displayed starting with this release. Support will be fully removed in a forthcoming update. Windows To Go, which lets you run a Windows workspace off of an external drive connected to your PC, is also no longer being developed. Microsoft says it doesn't support feature updates, and so users can't stay on current software, plus it requires a specific kind of USB connection that is not commonly supported anymore. Lastly, Microsoft is deprecating the Print 3D app, so you'll need to install the 3D Builder app from the Microsoft Store if you want to print 3D objects. Interestingly, Microsoft removed the 3D Builder app from Windows 10 in Windows 10 version 1709, recommending that users use Print 3D instead.
  10. You can download the installers for all your GOG games & content directly from the site. Galaxy is completely optional. Manually and via the GOG Downloader https://www.gog.com/downloader
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  13. it's this game available for mac? does epic games store release mac games?
  14. You are talking about ware. You have apparently done 26 TB of writes to your drive, which is about 20% of its life, so you have about 80% left before you start losing capacity. If that is about 2 years, then you can probably expect to keep the drive a total of 10 years, which seems pretty reasonable.
  15. This was a beautiful and touching game. Play through it if you have not.
  16. So I finally got round to buying a proper access point (Unifi nanoHD), which is capable of having multiple SSIDs, mapped to VLANs. I have a "smart" switch (TP-Link TL-SG2008), and a PFSense based firewall (SG2220). Assuming that: 1) The AP is connected to the switch on port 1 2) The firewall is connected to port 8 3) There a bunch of other "trusted" devices on the other 6 ports. 4) I want my "trusted" network to run on VLAN 11. 5) I want my "untrusted" network to run on VLAN 99. Is it right that I? Set up a "trusted" SSID on the AP, which is on VLAN 11. Set up an "untrusted" SSID on the AP, which is on VLAN 99. Set up port 1 on my switch to preserve VLANs Set up port 8 on my switch to preserve VLANs Set up ports 2 through 6 to tag packets on entry with VLAN 11 and strip VLANs on the way out Does anyone know how to achieve the configuration on my particular switch? Also what changes do I need to make to pfSense to treat the VLANs as logical interfaces, each with their own subnet, DHCP ranges, internet access and prevent any routing between them? Is there a specific sequence I need to do this all in so I don't lose connectivity to the various components whilst I make the changes?
  17. DaveSharp

    ARM is the latest company to cut off Huawei

    Is it really just a witch hunt? After reading this, I wouldn’t use them. https://www.google.com/amp/s/w...ard_savaging_annual_report/ Ive dealt with small Chinese companies’ products before and the lack of attention and care when it comes to security isn’t uncommon from my experience. It’s not a nationality thing for me; any company like that should be shunned. I have a difficult time believing some of that narrative. The equipment has been in place for sometime and "now they test it", for vulnerabilities, exploits, and code duplicity? Given the amount of money, the gravity of security confidence I can't help but think someone gave it all a pass, or worse, part of a deeper conspiracy to access protected networks. Far more to this than they are saying, what we're reading sounds like a cover story. Nobody at that level is just that stupid. Seriously. Look at what you did on your budget, now think what the government and intelligence agency could do. Beforehand.
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  19. DaveSharp

    ARM is the latest company to cut off Huawei

    Smartphones are just one part of this, the bigger part is all the backend telecommunications equipment Huawei and other chinese tech cos are looking to sell. When the backbone of your data grid is running on Huawei hardware for example, what stops the Chinese government, by their own laws, to gain access into a nations systems? There's so much at play here than someones new flashy P30. No different that the same holes Cisco routers had back in the day.
  20. DaveSharp

    ARM is the latest company to cut off Huawei

    Emerge? Nokia used to own the world phone market.
  21. I've noticed that with other sites too, the endless countdown timer. Or the sale which every day says it is only good for the next 24 hours. I kind of want to be on the nord vpn website in 9 hours 36 mins to see what happens.
  22. The kyrptonite was loss of sales and eventual alienation of their customers all in the name of the most repulsive margins and gains in business. Will someone point out to them when you pixx off your customers over lies and embellishments, they often leave for good. Such as we can't fix your know warranty battery and home button because you have a scratch on the frame of your phone. It's abuse you know. (That was my experience with Apple warranty) I'm never going back.
  23. Nord must be on an advertising blitz, i must see a commercial from them at least once every show.
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