i know that google translator is an online translator
but up to know no one can build a translator software like google translator that translate the whole paragraph or sentence( i know babylon but it’s also need internet connection)
thanks in advance
From the guys who gave us Opera comes a new browser.
A technical preview has been released which you can download from here
Chrome based but the UI is more like the old Opera with notes, bookmarks, (email coming later down the line). Basically all the things that Opera ASA told us was not possible in Opera 15+
Maybe one worth keeping an eye on, for us old Opera devotees.
I have heard many of you refer to Total Commander.
I currently use Xyplorer –- which in many ways is nice. But (a) there is almost always some glitch that causes it to crash if I use it as the default file manager, and (b) the developer’s help files are less than adequate, and the developer won’t give any help.
So I am thinking about changing.
Are you happy with it? Is it stable? Instructions clear?
I do not want cloud backup. I have a service and am happy with it.
I do not want imaging backup. Tried it and didn’t like it.
I want a program that will backup the files I specify efficiently (without insanely slowly down the system), on a schedule, and with some decent options (exact copy, plain copy, versions, etc.).
I have used a program I liked (SecondCopy) for at least a dozen years. Never thought I would change. But they are now on beta 4 on Version 9 – after starting on beta 1 some 7-8 months ago.
It is still plagued with nagging problems. I keep trying it, finally uninstall the beta and reinstalling version 8. This is getting tiresome.
It is time to look for an option.
However, I am not having any luck. I keep find online backups and imaging software. But I don’t want either.
I would appreciate your guidance.
I need help to my accidentally deleted pictures from memory card. Is there any software to get back lost digital pictures from memory card?
For backup my documents i use cobian backup for some years. Ones everything is set, it runs by itself and the user don’t have to worry that there will be a failure with the backup.
Are there people who uses cobian backup or is everyone using PA backup?
I don’t know if i must ask the next question in this section or in the wishlist.
Cobian backup is for sale. Is Conexware interested in the program or trying to implement the advanced option(scheduled backup parts)?
Now i’m using the standard version of PA, but scheduling the backup is the only thing that i’m not satisfied about.
I am looking for a good development tool that will help me track revisions of software I am creating, and that is web based. Just looking for suggestions on what others use.
And not one that is hosted through another solution but that I can host myself.
Today, I am excited to announce that Windows 8 has been released to manufacturing (RTM)! This means we’ve completed the product development and testing of the product and have started handing off the final code to our OEM partners. They can now begin preparing new Windows 8 PCs and devices they’ll introduce starting with General Availability. For more on RTM, I suggest reading this blog post from Steven Sinofsky on the Building Windows 8 blog.
So when will folks be able to get their hands on the new Windows 8 RTM code?
People will be able get Windows 8 starting on October 26th either by upgrading for $39.99 or on a new PC or device. And if you buy an eligible Windows 7 PC today, you will be able to purchase an upgrade to Windows 8 Pro for $14.99 (U.S.) through the Windows Upgrade Offer.
However, we have a number of programs that provides various audiences early access to the Windows 8 RTM code to help prepare for Windows 8 as it enters the marketplace this fall:
•August 15th: Developers will be able to download the final version of Windows 8 via your MSDN subscriptions.
•August 15th: IT professionals testing Windows 8 in organizations will be able to access the final version of Windows 8 through your TechNet subscriptions.
•August 16th: Customers with existing Microsoft Software Assurance for Windows will be able to download Windows 8 Enterprise edition through the Volume License Service Center (VLSC), allowing you to test, pilot and begin adopting Windows 8 Enterprise within your organization.
•August 16th: Microsoft Partner Network members will have access to Windows 8.
•August 20th: Microsoft Action Pack Providers (MAPS) receive access to Windows 8.
•September 1st: Volume License customers without Software Assurance will be able to purchase Windows 8 through Microsoft Volume License Resellers.
More info here.
Good or bad? I’m undecided.
If the great things that Opera is good at, security, customisation and innovation continue then I suppose it won’t make much difference to the normal user. At least it will bring an end to those sites that use browser sniffing to prevent Opera users using their sites properly. :rolleyes:
If you have ccleaner and the winap2.ini file if you copy and paste the below script I wrote it will give you an option to clear all recent files including backup scripts.
CCleaner does include PowerArchiver but it is prior 2009 and doesnt include the latest versions recent history. Hense why i wrote this.
I just need a refresher on the best way to go about changing my boot up drive…
I have win7 installed on c drive and e drive but i want the e to become the c drive which will then enable me to format the larger current c drive.
can you guys give me a refresher please on the safest way to do it ?
many thanks…very late and very tired here so I thought I best ask the experts…:)
‘Lux’ you wouldn’t happen to be running ‘Opera’ 11.60 Build 1185 would you ?
curious to know if you’re encountering any page reloading issues when viewing PA forum?
on occasion for me it just reloads and displays lines of code as opposed to the correct layout but another refresh seems to cure it.
Question for you guys…
I’ve never used any of the current breeds of software that enable you to install an operating system onto a virtual drive and I’m wondering if this is at all possible…
can I install vmware workstation then create a virtual drive via it and install the OS of my choice and then after a period of time if I’m satisfied with it can I then copy that OS from the virtual drive to a secondary hard drive or is that not possible?
or do I have to reinstall from scratch to secondary hard drive ?
I’m hoping to install an older OS and once it’s running as I want it I want to take an image of it using Acronis True Image…that way I can use it or store it.
I’m relying on your wealth of knowledge in this dept…:)
Reason why have not gone to xp or vista
I’m useing windows 2000 due to the fact that you dont have to link to the internet to comfirm your serial number like you have to with xp and vista. This can be a problem if it rejects you off the system due to reinstalling windows a few times as i have had too due to windows hardware problems.
Means you then have to phone up microsoft and try and convince them that you are using the software legally before they can give you a new code. Secondly they don’t work 24 hrs so it is difficult to phone them at 1 am for example. when xp or vista becomes exstinct as it will someday and your computer is not powerfull enough to go to the next operating system what would happen when you try and reinstall xp or vista for example and you have problems with the serail.
It will be a dead computer.
Davidsplash I 100% agree with you! With the online registration part it is and continues to be a royal pain in the backside! of which wont change.
However, there are work arounds that if you havnt tried already take note as its reduces the problem.
1. When upgrading/installing clean windows xp vista dont register untill the last week.
2. Download or obtain Service Packs CD’s and install them before using windows update this keeps windows clean from fragmented updates which CAN and DO cause glitches despite what people say.
3. Create a backup of all your Drivers use a program such as “Driver Genius” and keep it archived. This means you can roll out upgrades for same spec systems far faster and in theory you have already tested the drivers and know 100% they work without problems.
Once all the above is done and you are happy with the stability you can either register windows or format the system start from scratch but this time use the Driver Genius backup files to update your system with all the known and trusted drivers.
on another note through testing Windows 7 Microsoft are really pushing the boat out on making this OS backward system compatible. Meaning if you use 2000/XP it will work without significant impact.
They are developing an inteligant code which looks at the system specs and only installs required components needed to run. Unlike Vista where it installs everything but then disables the features if your system isnt up to stratch and the problem is it is still their in the background hoging up space and memmory!!