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    Opera launches Opera GX, world's first gaming browser Opera GX released in early access; currently only available for Windows users. Today, Opera Software, the company behind the Opera browser, launched a custom version of its browser dedicated to online gamers and streamers. Named Opera GX, the browser comes with dedicated features that let users limit the browser's access to computer resources such as CPU (processor) and RAM (memory). The idea is to provide gamers with a way to navigate the web while leaving resources available for games or streaming applications that the gamer might also be running at the same time. "Running a game might require a lot of effort from your machine. Even more so if you are streaming while you play," said Maciej Kocemba, product director of Opera GX. "Before Opera GX, gamers often shut down their browsers to not slow down their gaming experience. We came up with the GX Control feature to make people's games run more smoothly without requiring them to compromise on what they do on the Web." Besides the GX Control Panel that lets users manage CPU and RAM usage limits, Opera GX also comes with Twitch integration, meaning users can log into their Twitch accounts via the browser's sidebar. Logging into services via the sidebar has been a long-standing Opera feature, but until now, it only supported services such as WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, VK, and Telegram. In addition, the Opera GX browser will also sport a new design that uses neon-like highlights for the browser's main UI elements. The neon highlights are customizable, and users can witch from the standard red to another highlight color of their choice. Further, the Opera GX team has also added gaming-inspired sound effects to the browser interface, which can be turned off, if annoying, which they'll most likely get at one point or another. And last but not least, since this is a browser for online gamers and streamers, the browser's default news and start page links have also been customized to include any gamer's favorite destinations, such as Twitch, YouTube, Discord, and gaming-focused news sites. Overall, Opera GX includes all the features present in Opera's main desktop browser, currently used by over 65 million users. This includes its built-in ad blocker, support for detachable video popups, and a built-in VPN. Because Opera GX is basically a cooler version of the standard Opera distribution, this also means there's no downgrade when switching to Opera's new release. Coupled with the addition of a CPU and RAM limiter, Opera GX has the potential of drawing not only Opera users, but users from other browser vendors as well. Opera GX is currently in early access, and only available for download for Windows users.
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    Hello everyone, I'm Jeff and happy to be a member here. Thanks for approving me. Greetings
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    Hi guys im looking for PC Doctor or any diagnostics software. Please private me link.
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    Well, I had to drop in here, just to say how impressed I am with the serious help given to a lost newbie, who has already made a difficult problem 10 times worse with his info. I'm gonna say it's convincing me to donate some support $$ here, and start hanging out again after about a 4 or 5 year absence. Whether or not you get this rube up and going, Raedwulf, you sure made a fan outta me with your serious try.... This has got to be a good place to be...
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    Ok I will look and see what I can find my Good Friend
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    u seriously cant get any better then that.. that sign, not doubt, is the funniest ive EVER seen.. u must fly to Earth immediately and get that sign our fearless alien leader..
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    The swimming contests Three guys enter a disabled swimming contest. The first has no arms. The second no legs. And the third has no body, just a head. They all line up, the whistle blows and "splash" they're all in the pool. The guy with no arms takes the lead instantly but the guy with no legs is closing fast. The head sank straight to the bottom. Ten lengths later and the guy with no legs finishes first. He can still see bubbles coming from the bottom of the pool, so he decides he had better dive down to rescue him. He picks up the head, swims back up to the surface and places the head at the side of the pool, where-upon the head starts coughing and spluttering. Eventually the head catches his breath and shouts: "Three years I've spent learning to swim with my freakin' ears, then two minutes before the whistle, some idiot puts a swimming cap on me!"
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    i just overclocked my RAM, CPU/Processor & GFX Card and not using some sort of cheesy in operating system software either.. strictly Bios only.. now i have 16GB Nemix RAM (8GBx2) 1866Mhz, but the 16GB Avexir Core Series RAM (8GBx2) 1600Mhz is way better for overclocking.. that is entirely the reason why i decided to go with a low frequency RAM.. here's what i did below >>> <<< Overclocking Results >>> 16GB Avexir Core Series RAM (8GBx2) 1600Mhz CL (11-11-11-28) >>> 2133Mhz CL (10-10-11-26) FX-8350 4Ghz 8-Core Processor >>> 4.7Ghz ASUS GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4GB (Clock Speed 1290MHz) >>> 1550Mhz <<< Programs Used To Stress Test >>> CPU/Processor - i used AIDA64 Extreme v6.00.5100 & RealBench v2.56 to stress test RAM - MemTest86 v8.2 & AIDA64 Extreme v6.00.5100 to stress test GFX Card - Extreme v6.00.5100 & RealBench v2.56 to stress test <<< Programs Used To Oversee Temperature >>> CPU-Z v1.89 - Portable - x64 HWMonitor v1.40.0 - Portable - x64 now i was able to do this by manipulating the Front Side Bus & CPU Multiplier & Voltages for the CPU & RAM and simply changed the Clock Speed & Voltages for the GFX Card.. i then ran a barrage of stress tests to make sure everything was done properly.. all said and done from start to finish from the start of the overclocking process to finishing the stress test took about 5 hrs, basically all in one night.. (CHANGING ANYTHING IN THE BIOS FOR OVERCLOCKING PURPOSES IS EXTREMELY DANGEROUS WITHOUT PROPER KNOWLEDGE & HAVING THE CORRECT HARDWARE) if anyone is just interested in talking about this or is interested in wanting to overclock their system im very open in assisting u in it.. i will need the full spec list of ur computer to check to see if ur particular hardware is even overclockable.. i look forward to talking to all more about this.. cheers, my friends..
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    im always here to help.. as soon as u want im here.. plus not insinuating that u dont already know, but im still going to offer it.. if u tell me in a roundabout way what sort of system u want to build, ex strictly gaming, business, well-rounded, etc.. i would be happy to put together a cpl different computer packages for u.. like individual web pages for each hardware unit with prices and u could choose which suits ur specific needs.. of course this would be pending exactly what u want ur computer for.. performance, stability, reliability and of course pricing, would be at the forefront of each hardware unit persented to u, then as whole system.. let me know, my friend..
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    Thanks my Friend and this Fall (I think that's what y'all Earthlings call it ;) I will build me a new tower and I will get intouch with you :)
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    Little Johnny’s Breakfast A grade three teacher is giving a lesson on nutrition, and she decides to ask her students what they had for breakfast. To add a spelling component, she asks the students to also spell their answers. Susan puts up her hand and says she had an egg, 'E-G-G'. 'Very good', says the teacher. Peter says he had toast 'T-O-A-S-T'. 'Excellent.' Johnny has his hand up and the teacher reluctantly calls on him. 'I had bugger all', he says, ' B-U-G-G-E-R-A-L-L'. The teacher is mortified and scolds Johnny for his rude answer. Later when the lesson turns to geography, she asks the students some rudimentary questions. Susan correctly identifies Ottawa as Canada's capital. Peter tell her Newfoundland was the first North American site discovered by European explorers When it's Johnny's turn, the teacher remembers his rude answer from the nutrition lesson, and decides to give him a tough question. Johnny, she asks, 'where is the Pakistan border?' Johnny ponders the question and finally says: 'The Pakistani boarder is in bed with my mother. That's why I got bugger-all for breakfast'.
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    Thanks for your prompt reply. Yes I followed what you have mentioned and reboot after uninstalling the Creactive PCI driver. i do hope you understand what I said.
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    I just installed Realtek High Definition Audio Drivers V 6.0.8742.1 it installed OK but there is no sound, there is no Realtek folder in control panel, and in device manager, multimedia audio controller is with a exclamation mark. In the sound icon there is no realtek audio icon except AMD HDMI Output icon. What am I to do now. Thanks.
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    Medical Puns Statistically…. 9 out of 10 injections are in vein. PMS jokes aren’t funny; period. Did you hear about the guy whose whole left side was cut off? He’s all right now. I once heard a joke about amnesia, but I forgot how it goes. I tried to look up impotence on the Internet, but nothing came up. Conjunctivitis.com — that’s a site for sore eyes. URINE: opposite of ‘you’re out.' There was a sign on the lawn at a drug rehab center that said ‘Keep off the Grass. He was wheeled into the operating room, and then had a change of heart. I don’t find health-related puns funny anymore since I started suffering from an irony deficiency.
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    win 10 operating system Malwarebytes premium includes Anti exploit Malwarebytes adware cleaner (quick scan also repairs malwarebytes if needed) Comodo Internet Security Premium Opera Browser (Built in VPN) Tried to back up system many times just can't get into it.....yeah I know I should to avoid data loss and the pain of a fresh installation. that's it pretty much cheers kool
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    ‘Unbeatable’ Cinavia Anti-Piracy Technology Cracked by DVD-Ranger Cinavia's anti-piracy technology has been a thorn in the side of many file-sharers, who are unable to pay pirated files on their DVD-players without being interrupted by a warning message. In a breakthrough development, software vendor DVD-Ranger has cracked the protection, including for popular movies downloaded from pirate sites. Cinavia’s anti-piracy technology relies on a unique type of watermarking that allows it to remain present in pirated movies despite re-recording, transcoding, compression, or other type of transfer. This means that camcordings of Cinavia-protected first-run movies, Blu-ray and DVDrips can be easily detected. Support for the technology has been mandatory for all hardware and software Blu-ray players since 2012, which causes headaches for many pirates every day. Pirated movies protected by Cinavia work at first, but after a few minutes playback is halted and a warning notice appears on the screen instead. “Audio outputs temporarily muted. Do not adjust the playback volume. The content being played is protected by Cinavia™ and is not authorized for playback on this device,” one of the notices reads. Cinavia has been hailed as an unbeatable anti-piracy technology and up until today it was impossible to crack through a simple software solution. However, after several years DVD-Ranger has now solved the puzzle. The company informs TorrentFreak that their Cinavia removing solution is now able to remove the play restrictions from pirated downloads in various video formats, something that was previously impossible. “We have improved DVD-Ranger for use with torrent files. Now DVD-Ranger CinEx HD can remove Cinavia from downloaded torrent video files such as avi, mkv, mp4, mov and others,” DVD-Ranger’s Ingo Förster explains. “The new module first scans the audio and then removes the Cinavia protection on the first pass. The contained video and subtitles will be handled pass-through, meaning that only the selected audio track will be re-encoded,” he adds. On their website the software specifically targets BitTorrent pirates, many of whom have run into Cinavia protection in recent years. With DVD-Ranger’s “CinEx HD Advanced” software this is no longer a problem, although freedom doesn’t come cheap at $69.99 per license. Förster and his colleague at DVD-Ranger have been working in the DVD-copying business for over a decade. For them, it was mostly the challenge that made them decide to break the Cinavia technology. “Me and my partner are working both in science jobs and we were in contact with digital watermarks many years before Cinavia was born, so we know many things about digital watermarking. After we saw how many problems the major players such as DVDFab and Slysoft had with Cinavia, we started our own development,” Förster says. Technically, Cinavia is not copy protection so the German based developer doesn’t believe they are breaking any laws. The files can be copied with and without a watermark, and their software only removes these “play” restrictions. “In our country it is only forbidden to develop and sell software that circumvents copy protection. The law doesn’t mention digital watermarks. So is it legal? Definitely,” Förster notes. In any case, DVD-Ranger’s breakthrough is likely to cause concern at Verance, the company where Cinavia is developed. Perhaps it’s the start of a new watermarking arms race? http://www.cinexhd.com/