With a cell phone hotspot to computer desktop I already connected and dis-connected from this new DNS service, everything worked as it should have, except rainmeter weather. The web parser.dll was confused. I know this a vague description. I haven’t compiled all my data yet. I just wanted to get this out to you if you happen to follow Cloudflare’s directions on their website. That information can be found by scrolling down the web page. Use the link below to head on over there.
Actually as you explore this program I’m going to tell you about, you will realize you will have to learn how to use and write computer code. But, this program has enough in it to help you along that road of learning how to build Windows software and coding.
I began using this program back in 2009. The one and only software program I built with it is, Wintrol 5.1.
I’m not here to tell you what Wintrol does, if you want to know about Wintrol you can visit the Wintrol page and download it from here.
I really do love this Windows software program builder.
Neosoftware really has something on the competition.
The NeoBook Rapid Application Builder version 5.8.7 isn’t free, it will set you back $149.00 (USD), there’s a free trial version if you just want to try it first.
With NeoBook Rapid Application Builder, “even inexperienced users can quickly combine combine text, pictures, sound, video, Flash animation, HTML content, Internet links, databases, special effects and other elements to create interactive, professional software programs.”
“Completed NeoBook projects can be compiled into a compact, self-contained Windows application (exe) or screen saver (scr) for easy distribution. No players, special drivers, licenses or additional software are required to view compiled applications. NeoBook created applications look and act just like real Windows programs, so no one need know that you didn’t toil for years learning Java or C++.”
The System Requirements for NeoBook are as follows:
Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7, 8 or 10 (32/64-bit). A hard disk with 20 MB free space. Mouse or other Windows-supported pointing device. Windows-supported sound card (optional)
Apps created with NeoBook will run under:
Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7, 8 or 10 (32/64-bit).
“NeoBook works with a series of plug-ins, the plug-ins are specially designed components that can be installed along with NeoBook to provide additional functions not found in the basic program. Properly designed plug-ins are extremely fast and their use virtually transparent. Once installed, plug-in functions appear in NeoBook’s Select an Action list along with the program’s native commands.”
Alexander of France is quoted saying, “I studied Neobook at school when I was 15 and then I bought it. Now I am 19 and I work every day on it and I earn money with Neobook. According to me, Neobook is more than a software, it is a DREAM, it is the best developing software over the world!”
All that talk from technology website’s and all the “How To Learn Computer Code”, how to’s out there have nothing on this program. NeoBook is where you want to start learning how to build computer software.
Check it out here if you want to know more or grab a copy to download.
There’s a lot of talk on the Internet and the local television news these day’s about the recent breach of trust with the most popular social media platform we have today. In this case I’m talking about Facebook.
Many people are deleting their Facebook account (the exact numbers are unknown at this time) due to privacy concerns. I myself recently have given it thought -but- have decided not to at this time. However, you may be considering to #deletefacebook.
With that said, before you go and delete your Facebook account you may want to review your data archive to find out exactly how much Facebook knows about you. When and if you do download your data archive you’ll be surprised how much Facebook knows about you.
Here’s how to download your data archive:
Facebook has a tool to help you download all your data. It’s useful if you want to delete your account, or you just want to back up all your data. Open your Facebook account from a computer desktop web browser of your choice, then click the downward facing arrow in the top right corner of the blue bar, also known as the smurf bar , and then select the “Settings” option.
Click the “Download a Copy of Your Facebook Data” link at the bottom of the General Account Settings page.
Next, click the “Start My Archive” button.
Input your password when asked, and then you’ll be told that it will take Facebook a few minutes to gather your data. Once done Facebook will email you when your archive is ready for downloading.
When the email arrives, click the link, and then click the “Download” button on the page that opens. You’ll need to type your password again to start your download. Depending on the size of your archive and the speed of your internet connection, this could also take a while.
Relax and take a walk or something.
There’s something else you can do if you want to protect your data without deleting your Facebook account.
I personally am still in the deciding stage as to whether I’m going to delete my account or not. I didn’t realize how difficult that decision would be for me until I considered what would happen to my other page’s and groups I created over the last few years. If you would like to like the page’s I have and join the groups here are the links,
Insane Asylum Of The Universe – I don’t post to this page much and would like for someone to run it for me as an Editor. You interested? email me at firstname.lastname@example.org – please enter in the subject matter field, I want to be an editor… this way I’ll know not to delete the email you send.
Well I can tell you what it’s not ; It’s not a mouse that runs around the world healing other mice in war-torn nations.
Mouse without borders (MWB) is a little software program built by Microsoft so a computer user can have two computers running separately -but- with one mouse and one keyboard controlling both. Once you experience it, you’ll wonder how you got along without it for so long.
As far as I can tell this little -but- tuff program has been out since the early 2000’s, and its talked about very little since then. The program doesn’t appear to need any improvements and or bug fixes. Its perfect just as it is.
Here’s what it does: First you have to install it onto both computers at the same time. (make sure you’re connected to the Internet) -mouse without borders works with a smartphone’s hotspot connection as well-
Once installed follow the instructions, the last step you enter a security code and the computer name you want to share the keyboard and mouse with. From your secondary computer close that window. Now from the system tray find (MWB) right-click on it, choose setting’s, a window will pop up with the security code you need. From your main computer enter that code, if the computer name isn’t correct on each computer MWB will not connect. Click apply, and close the window. That’s it, you should now be able to move your mouse from one computer to the other, and share the clipboard between the two, plus share the keyboard.
The setup process isn’t really that hard. Just keep trying if you miss the connection the first time. I love this program.
I consider this to be “BAD NEWS” for those of us that are struggling to make a living in this ever increasing world of stupidity. This new service will affect every user of the Facebook platform.
“The social network has started briefing publishers on the forthcoming subscription service and hopes to start testing it by October, according to a person familiar with the matter. – Facebook is currently telling publishers they’ll be able to show at least 10 free articles per month before the paywall kicks in.”
Source link is at the end of this article, for more about this breaking news.
I’ll be the first to admit, I’m not always the sharper tool in the shed -but- if I’m understanding this correctly, if you want to go to a link of a media outlet (TV media, on-line Newspaper) you will have to pay a fee. This is bad news.
Or if I’m understanding this as – since I have two website’s (www.thinkr8.com – www.amerispheresoftware.wordpress.com) and two Fb page’s linking to those websites, and you the reader here in Fb see my post from any one of my Fb page’s and want to link to the website article, you’ll have to pay a fee to me. And if that’s the case, then “Great” I would start to make on-line money. Cause as it stands now, you don’t (yes, some have, thank you) support my on-line endeavor’s. Having said that, if the latter is correct then I’m all for the up and coming new subscription service.
Another funny thing I noticed about this news – I googled it, and there were no links to any tech sites, (Tech Crunch, PCWorld,C|Net, Computerworld, etc.) only local tv station across the states. Weird, very weird.
Wintrol is a free computer software program, designed to utilize Windows Operating Systems Control Panel applets. With wintrol, the stress of dealing with the complexities of windows control panel is minimized.
Wintrol can provide access to Windows control panel applets, services, and tools.
Located at the tools section in Wintrol, there are 6 buttons that are set up to allow you to add your own portable apps. Wintrol provides access to a series Windows 10 tweaks (unfortunately disabled at this time).
Wintrol is able to grab the basic system information about your computer.
With Wintrol you can check the current drive wintrol is running on for errors.
Eject the portable drive wintrol may be running on.
Wintrol can run the System File Checker (SFC.exe) The SFC checks for system files that have changed or modified by 3rd party apps. The sfc.exe will attempt to fix them, place log on the desktop, and restart your computer.
And Wintrol can create a system restore point.
Wintrol was made to be portable, access to Windows control panel can be done from any user administrator account.
If you’re like me and you like finding computer software programs at no cost, then you have come to the right place to find out how you can get full version software (shareware) programs for free.
I’ve found and installed free computer software for over a decade now, and have no intentions of stopping anytime soon. However, before I tell you where to find shareware for free, I should warn you about installing free software to your computer. We all know when you are using the computer we have to be careful (especially in this present day) with the threat of Malware, Spyware, and Virus’.