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How To: Remember Windows Desktop Gadgets?

Remember the desktop gadgets for Windows operating systems?
They’re still available online if you would like to have them back on your computer.
For the purpose of this article I have installed and tested Desktop Gadgets Reviver version 2. I’ve been running the test for about 2 months now and have found no issue’s with the gadgets. There hasn’t been any unwanted activity (network) with the gadgets or the installer.

Windows users who are missing the desktop gadgets feature in Windows 8/8.1/10 can now download a free software called Desktop Gadgets Reviver.

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Desktop Gadgets Reviver version 2

Once Desktop Gadgets pack is installed, it will automatically open Gadgets window that we’re familiar with.

You can drag one gadget at a time from this window onto the desktop area to add it to your desktop. The beauty of this gadgets pack is that you can download close to 1000 gadgets by clicking on get more gadgets online link. See image:

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How To: Remember Windows Desktop Gadgets?

During my google search for Windows desktop gadgets I came across a website called addgadgets.com. At that site I was impressed with the look of their free gadgets, so I downloaded a few of them.

The most popular, most sought-after and highest-rated gadgets are here at addgadgets.
All of their gadgets are 100% free for use.

Out of all the gadgets on their website I like the network meter the most.
This gadget let’s you keep in touch with your smartphones hotspot data.
In my case I have 10 gigabytes of hotspot data allowed every month.
By inserting that information into the network meter gadget I can keep track of the data consumption I’m using on my desktop computer in real-time.

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addgadgets.com Network Meter

If you’re like me and don’t have home Internet (for some reason) and you use your phones hotspot data on your desktop computer then this gadget will help you.

I trust it completely and have not noticed any unwanted activity by using it.

By doing a Google search for desktop gadgets revived you can learn a lot about getting the Windows desktop gadgets back onto your system.


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Facebook is going to let publishers start charging readers to view stories.

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.comwww.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.


Source: http://www.businessinsider.com/facebook-testing-publisher-subscriptions-2017-7

Click here for: Facebook Exec Campbell Brown: We Are Launching a News Subscription Product.

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Here’s what you should know before today’s Google I/O conference — Re/code

Expect a peek at Mountain View’s answer to the Amazon Echo.

via Here’s what you should know before today’s Google I/O conference — Re/code

“We are moving to a world where smart, interactive machines surround us — our homes, cars, offices and (of course) phones. Google wants to be there; that’s Google’s bread and butter.”

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What Is A Smart Contact Lens


Novartis and Google are joining together to work on a smart contact lens that monitors blood sugar levels and corrects vision, the latest in a series of technology products designed to monitor body functions.

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As part of the agreement, Google and Novartis’ eye care division Alcon will create smart lenses that feature “non-invasive sensors, microchips and other miniaturized electronics” and focus on two main areas. The first will provide a way for diabetic patients to keep on top of their glucose levels by measuring the sugar levels in their tear fluid, feeding the data back to a smartphone or tablet. The second solution aims to help restore the eye’s natural focus on near objects, restoring clear vision to those who are only farsighted (presbyopia).

People with presbyopia, who can no longer read without glasses, Novartis is considering the possibility of implanting the lens directly into the eye. Which, is great but… ouch?

The technology is still very much in its infancy—

Novartis hopes to have a prototype available for research-and-development reviews by early 2015.

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What’s Privacy compliance for big data systems automated: Search engine code is moving target that eludes manual audits


Web services companies, such as Facebook, Google and Microsoft, all make promises about how they will use personal information they gather. Scientists have now automated the method to ensure that large codebases are operating in compliance with those promises and has deployed a prototype automated system on the data analytics pipeline of Bing, Microsoft’s search engine.

Source: Carnegie Mellon University

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Central Computer Core Nine

The 21st Rainmeter Skin produced by Amerisphere Software Technologies has arrived.

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Skin Folder Size: 5.88 MB

Rainmeter Installer Size: 4.34 MB

Screen Resolution: 1280×1024 / This skin on your desktop may need some dragging to adjust.

AST provides the “Wallpaper” in all of its skins.
With this skin is a set of Icons (OblyIcons.zip) the set of Icons work with the Application Launcher, (not all Icons are set to the Launcher).

This skin works with Rainmeter Version 3.1.0 r2290 32-bit (May 25 2014) Win XP and Higher.

Get it .

I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones.

Albert Einstein

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