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    Great magazine site http://downmagaz.ws
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    Microsoft Office Products 2016 Activation Patch Lifetime Supported products: Microsoft Office Standard 2016 Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2016 Copy The Following Code into a New Text Document. @echo off title Activate Microsoft Office 2016 ALL versions for FREE!&cls&echo ============================================================================&echo #Project: Activating Microsoft software products for FREE without software&echo ============================================================================&echo.&echo #Supported products:&echo - Microsoft Office Standard 2016&echo - Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2016&echo.&echo.&(if exist "%ProgramFiles%\Microsoft Office\Office16\ospp.vbs" cd /d "%ProgramFiles%\Microsoft Office\Office16")&(if exist "%ProgramFiles(x86)%\Microsoft Office\Office16\ospp.vbs" cd /d "%ProgramFiles(x86)%\Microsoft Office\Office16")&(for /f %%x in ('dir /b ..\root\Licenses16\proplusvl_kms*.xrm-ms') do cscript ospp.vbs /inslic:"..\root\Licenses16\%%x" >nul)&(for /f %%x in ('dir /b ..\root\Licenses16\proplusvl_mak*.xrm-ms') do cscript ospp.vbs /inslic:"..\root\Licenses16\%%x" >nul)&echo.&echo ============================================================================&echo Activating your Office...&cscript //nologo ospp.vbs /unpkey:WFG99 >nul&cscript //nologo ospp.vbs /unpkey:DRTFM >nul&cscript //nologo ospp.vbs /unpkey:BTDRB >nul&cscript //nologo ospp.vbs /unpkey:CPQVG >nul&cscript //nologo ospp.vbs /inpkey:XQNVK-8JYDB-WJ9W3-YJ8YR-WFG99 >nul&set i=1 :server if %i%==1 set KMS_Sev=kms7.MSGuides.com if %i%==2 set KMS_Sev=kms8.MSGuides.com if %i%==3 set KMS_Sev=kms9.MSGuides.com if %i%==4 goto notsupported cscript //nologo ospp.vbs /sethst:%KMS_Sev% >nul&echo ============================================================================&echo.&echo. cscript //nologo ospp.vbs /act | find /i "successful" && (echo.&echo ============================================================================&echo.&echo #My official blog: www.cyberphoenix.org&echo.&echo #How it works: Banned file host (bl)/kms-server&echo.&echo #Please feel free to contact me at www.cyberphoenix.org if you have any questions or concerns.&echo.&echo #Please consider supporting this project: http://www.cyberphoenix.org/forum/donate/make-donation/&echo #Your support is helping me keep my servers running everyday!&echo.&echo ============================================================================&choice /n /c YN /m "Would you like to visit my blog [Y,N]?" & if errorlevel 2 exit) || (echo The connection to my KMS server failed! Trying to connect to another one... & echo Please wait... & echo. & echo. & set /a i+=1 & goto server) explorer "http://www.cyberphoenix.org/"&goto halt :notsupported echo.&echo ============================================================================&echo Sorry! Your version is not supported.&echo Please try installing the latest version here: Banned file host (bl)/odt2k16 :halt pause >nul How to Use Create a New Text Document Paste the code into the text file. Then save it as a batch file (named “1click.cmd”). Run the batch file as administrator. Wait And After Confirmation Done.
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    5 Riddles 1. A murderer is condemned to death. He has to choose between three rooms. The first is full of raging fires, the second is full of assassins with loaded guns, and the third is full of lions that haven't eaten in 3 years. Which room is safest for him? 2. A woman shoots her husband. Then she holds him under water for over 5 minutes. Finally, she hangs him. But 5 minutes later they both go out together and enjoy a wonderful dinner together. How can this be? 3. What is black when you buy it, red when you use it, and grey when you throw it away? 4. Can you name three consecutive days without using the words Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, or Sunday? 5. This is an unusual paragraph. I'm curious how quickly you can find out what is so unusual about it. It looks so plain you would think nothing was wrong with it. In fact, nothing is wrong with it! It is unusual though. Study it, and think about it, but you still may not find anything odd. But if you work at it a bit, you might find out. Try to do so! Answers Did you solve all the riddles? Tell us in the section below!
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    My newest Projects goes to Designers Full build is in Behance: https://www.behance.net/gallery/70957331/Periodic-Table-of-Typefaces Process of how every single Font has been Designed. Here it is all 110 Elements. Hope someone gets help from this
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    Summitsoft Creative Fonts 1000 Blue / Red / Orange / Purple v1.0.0 Our four most popular font collections in one! From newsletters to graphics, the Creative Fonts 4000 collection has every font you need. Breathe new life into your invitations and cards by dumping the old standbys without breaking the bank.The 4000 collection comes with 1,000 hand-selected, professionally crafted fonts by the SummitType™ Foundry. Manage fonts with ease With 4,000 fonts to choose from, finding the right one could be difficult. Have no fear – Creative Fonts 4000 comes with a powerful Font Management System (a $20 value) included totally FREE of charge. This smart font management app makes it easy to find exactly the font you need for every project. Search by style or just browse and preview fonts before you install them, which means that you are saving your precious hard drive space for more important projects. You can also create your own font collections and groupings, which is perfect for projects that are revisited multiple times. Use Creative Fonts 4000 in any program The fonts in the 4000 collection install directly into your system fonts for use in any program that uses fonts. The installation is quick and simple and the fonts are ready for you to use on your whimsical projects. Creative Fonts 4000 features: - 4,000 hand-selected, professionally crafted fonts designed by the SummitType™ foundry - Perfect for greeting cards, family newsletters, signs, thank-you cards, invitations, gift tags, placecards, gifts and more - High quality, OpenType format, compatible with any application (including Microsoft® Word®, Apple® Pages, Printshop and all other scrapbooking & greeting card software) Premium Quality & Unique Creative Fonts are OpenType, the same industry standard, and means they stay sharp and clear at any size. All the fonts are hand designed by our very own SummitType Foundry so each and every font is unique! Commercially Licensed All fonts included in the Creative Fonts 4000 collection are licensed for personal and commercial use and are royalty Free Full Character Sets Fonts you may buy elsewhere may only have uppercase and lowercase characters – some don’t even have numbers or standard symbols. Each and every font contains a full set of characters plus all of the international and foreign language symbols and special characters. System Requirements: - Windows 10 (32 & 64-bit), Windows 8 (32 & 64-bit), Windows 7 (32 & 64-bit), Windows Vista (32 &; 64-bit), Windows XP (32 & 64-bit) - Pentium® II 300MHz processor or faster - 256Mb Ram - 10Mb Hard Disk Space Home page : http://summitsoft.com/ Summitsoft Creative Fonts 1000 Blue / Red / Orange / Purple v1.0.0 | 255.08 MB http://rapidgator.net/file/a3ae62f06b393a386165ceb392769e65/
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    Is Your VPN Leaking? Just how secure is your privacy? You may think you have a Fort Knox-like setup, but don't take risks with your personal info. It's worth confirming that the virtual private network (VPN) software you use is actually doing its job, or if it's allowing your personal data to go hither and thither without your knowledge. When you're running a VPN, the expectation is that all the traffic sent and received over the VPN encrypted tunnel is protected. That includes info like your IP address, your location, even what internet service provider you're using. If that information is knowable, then tracking your online behavior isn't far behind. If you're lucky, all that happens is your web activity is monetized. But that's not alway the case. For the most part, if you pick one of our Best VPN Services, you'll be well protected, be it on a PC or even a smart device (most of the best services offer software across all operating systems). But it never hurts to check. Things break, new exploits are found, and there's always a chance your VPN may be leaking more than you like. Here are some steps you can take to see if that's true. Check Your IP Address: Your home has an IP address, not just a street address. The IP (internet protocol) address is the unique number assigned to your router by your ISP. Your internal home network also gives each node in your home—PCs, phones, consoles, smart appliances, anything connected to the router—an IP address. But in this case, we're only concerned with your public-facing IP address. The IP address is how your computers/router talk to servers on the internet. They don't actually use names —like cyberphoenix.org—because computers prefer numbers. IP addresses are typically bound not only to the ISPs that assign them but also specific locations. Spectrum or Comcast would have a range of IP addresses for one town and a different range for another town, etc. When someone has your IP address, they get a lot more than just some numbers: they can narrow down where you live. IP addresses come in several formats, either a IPv4 (internet protocol version 4) version like 172.16.254.1 or and IPv6 type like 2001:0db8:0012:0001:3c5e:7354:0000:5db1. Let's keep it simple. Your own public-facing IP address is easy to find. Go to Google and type "what's my IP address." Or go to sites like IPLocation, WhatIsMyAddress.com, or WhatIsMyIP.com. That latter three will show more than the IP; they'll also give you the Geo-IP, as in the location linked to the address. Take the IP address that comes up and search for it in Google with IP in front, like "IP 172.16.254.1" (sans quotation marks). If it keeps coming up with your city location, your VPN has a big, messy leak. Check for DNS Leak: The internet domain name system (DNS) is what makes IP addresses and domain names (like "pcmag.com") work. You type the domain name in a web browser, the DNS translates all the traffic moving back and forth from your browser to the web server using the IP address numbers, and everyone is happy. ISPs are part of that—they have DNS servers on their networks to help with the translation, and that gives them another avenue to follow you around. This video from ExpressVPN spells it out (and tells you up front why a VPN with DNS services is great). Using a VPN means, in theory, your internet traffic is redirected to anonymous DNS servers. If your browser just sends the request to your ISP anyway, that's a DNS leak. There are easy ways to test, again using websites like Hidester DNS Leak Test, DNSLeak.com, or DNS Leak Test.com. You'll get results that tell you the IP address and owner of the DNS server you're using. If it's your ISP's server, you've got a DNS leak. DNSLeak.com, in particular, gives you a nice color-coded result, with "Looks like your DNS might be leaking..." in red, or green if you appear to be in the clear. Hidester gives you a full list of every DNS server you may hit. When several correspond to your actual ISP, that better underscores your leaky-ness. Fixing the Leaks: If you do have a leak, you have a couple options. One, change your VPN to one that specifically works to prevent DNS leaks. Among our Editors' Choice picks are VPN Unlimited, PureVPN, Private Internet Access VPN, and NordVPN. If you like your current VPN too much to switch, maybe buy Guavi's VPNCheck Pro for $19.92, which has its own DNS leak fix, in addition to monitoring your VPN for other issues. You can also change the DNS servers used by your router when you send requests to the internet. This can be a little complicated as it requires you to go into the settings for your router, but might be worth it for other reasons. Services like Google Public DNS, Comodo Secure DNS, Norton ConnectSafe, or Cisco's OpenDNS do the trick and provide instructions on how to set them up with most routers. The latter has a personal version with various free options (even one geared specifically to family/parental controls that blocks questionable sites), or you can pay $19.95/year for extra services. On the upside, making a DNS update to your router means all the traffic in your home or office uses the new DNS service and whatever ancillary features it provides. That includes phones, tablets, consoles, even talking speakers like Amazon Echo. On the other hand, you're just handing your DNS traffic over to another corporation. You could instead invest in hardware at the router level to add extra security, but that may be overkill if you're not feeling terminally paranoid. At the very least, on individual PCs and handheld devices, get VPN software/apps for supplemental security all around. Other Leak Plugs: Your location is probably something you've plugged into your browser at some point. If so, your browser is typically more than willing to share that information with the websites you visit, even if your VPN does not. Check the massive amount of data you may be giving up by visiting IPLeak.net. Use an alternative browser when you want to be at your most secure—the Tor Browser, for example. It's all about keeping you anonymous, bouncing your requests around the world before they land on the web server you want, and back again. That makes it hard to find your local info and can slow things down overall, but it's a good bet for security. If you can't stand the thought of giving up your current browser, use incognito mode, go the complicated route of setting up a fake location, or just get an extension like Location Guard (for Chrome or Firefox) to spoof your whereabouts. If you're worried about your web-based email system, switch to ProtonMail. Not only does it redirect messages over the Tor network, it keeps everything encrypted. Proton Technologies also just released ProtonVPN for Mac, Windows, Linux, and Android. There is a tier of service that's free forever for one device—and includes DNS leak protection—while the paid versions support Tor servers and more. ProtonMail https://protonmail.com ProtonVPN https://protonvpn.com VPN Unlimited @ 90% Discount http://www.cyberphoenix.org/forum/topic/511082-vpn-unlimited-lifetime-subscription-ending-in-5-days/ PureVPN https://www.purevpn.com Private Internet Access VPN https://www.privateinternetaccess.com NordVPN https://nordvpn.com Guavi's VPNCheck Pro http://www.guavi.com/vpncheck_pro.php
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    Dubai Police start training on flying motorbikes The flying motorbike is back in Dubai -- and you could see the police riding one in the not-too-distant future. A year after California-based startup Hoversurf showcased its hoverbike at tech expo GITEX in the white and green livery of the Dubai Police, the company has returned with a new model. Making good on a deal signed in 2017, Hoversurf has now gifted Dubai Police its first serial production unit of the S3 2019 (eVTOL) Hoverbike and has begun training officers to fly it. Brigadier Alrazooqi, of Dubai Police's, described the eVTOL vehicle as a first responder unit used to access hard to reach areas. He said he aims to have hoverbikes in action by 2020. "Currently we have two crews already training (to pilot the hoverbike) and we're increasing the number". Hoversurf chief operating officer Joseph Segura-Conn explained that ideal candidates will be able to ride a motorcycle and have drone operating experiences. Video of one officer learning to pilot the hoverbike appeared online last month. Segura-Conn said Dubai Police have exclusive rights to order as many units as they want, "They're going to let us know in the next month or two if they'd like any more ... If they would like 30 or 40, we'll make it happen for them." If you're not a member of the force and have a spare $150,000, the hoverbike could still be yours. Orders are open to civilians, but Segura-Conn cautions that buyers are screened to ensure they can handle the new tech. In the US, the hoverbike has met Federal Aviation Administration guidelines which mean you do not need a pilot's license to fly the vehicle. CNN Weight: 253 lbs Total thrust: 802 lbs Max speed: 60 mph Safe flying altitude: 16 ft Flight time with pilot: 10-25 minutes Flight time in drone mode: up to 40 minutes Charge time: 2.5 hours Price: $150,000
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    If you want to lift yourself up, lift up someone else. - Booker T. Washington
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    I can picture that one... Very funny...
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    RIP Stan Lee you were Loved and will be Loved Forever
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    REO Speedwagon - Keep on Loving You by
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    When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be. - Lao Tzu
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    Believe you can and you’re halfway there. - Theodore Roosevelt
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    A lot of fun stuff to look at... www.refdesk.com One could spend days linking to all this interesting stuff... Enjoy...
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    Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one’s courage. - Anais Nin
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    Marital Bliss After just a few years of marriage, filled with constant arguments, a young man and his wife decided the only way to save their marriage was to try counselling. When they arrived at the counsellor’s office, the counsellor jumped right in and opened the floor for discussion. "What seems to be the problem?" Immediately, the husband held his long face down without anything to say. On the other hand, the wife began talking 90 miles an hour describing all the wrongs within their marriage. After 5 - - 10 - - 15 minutes of listening to the wife, the counsellor went over to her, picked her up by her shoulders, kissed her passionately for several minutes, and sat her back down. Afterwards, the wife sat there speechless. He looked over at the husband who was staring in disbelief at what had happened. The counsellor spoke to the husband, "Your wife NEEDS that at least twice a week!" The husband scratched his head and replied, "I can have her here on Tuesdays and Thursdays."
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    hi ShAmmY1989, tnkx, but i already decided to go back to Win 7 Pro. i won't have any unexpected problems there tnkx again
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    Old Indian Chief An old Indian Chief sat in his hut on the reservation, smoking a ceremonial pipe and eyeing two U. S. government officials sent to interview him. One U. S. official asked, "Chief Two Eagles, You have observed the white man for 90 years. You've seen his wars and his technological advances, you've seen his progress, and the damages he has done." The Chief nodded in agreement. The official continued, "Considering all these events, in your opinion, where did the white man go wrong?" The Chief stared at the government officials for over a minute and then calmly replied. When white man found land, Indians were running it: No Taxes No Debt Plenty buffalo Plenty beaver Woman do all work Medicine man free Indian man spend all day hunting and fishing All night have sex Then Chief Two Eagles leaned back and smiled, "Only white man dumb enough to think he could improve system like that."
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    A victim of scam I was the victim of the latest scam now occurring in shopping mall parking lots. Two good-looking young women come to your car as you are parking. One starts wiping your windshield with a rag and the other comes to your window and bends over so far her breasts just about fall out of her blouse. While you're distracted, the other one lets herself in the back seat and then they both start begging you for a ride home. Be very wary, because as soon as you start driving, one of them will take off her shirt and the other climbs over the seat and unzips your pants. This is when they steal your wallet. I was robbed last Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday; But couldn't find them on Saturday or Sunday. You've been warned!!
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    What's going on with Microsoft's Surface Andromeda device? Recent Andromeda rumors spanning from delays to hardware overhauls, to outright cancelations have been making the rounds online. Let's try to make sense of it all. The last couple of weeks have been rife with speculation surrounding Microsoft's mythical Andromeda device, with recent rumors suggesting Microsoft is close to pulling the plug on its dual-screen mobile handset — understandably throwing optimists and die-hard fans into a panic. Everything from delays to significant hardware changes, to outright cancelations, have been spotted on the rumor mill as of late. So what's really going on? I've been doing some digging to try and clarify some of the recent rumours reported by several news outlets, to see if we can make better sense of the situation. Tech News Women Mary-Jo Foley recently wrote a bit about Andromeda and revealed that Microsoft has decided to delay its release to next year, and is also seriously considering canceling the device altogether. This news caught many off guard because just a few days beforehand The Verge had written a somewhat positive article that revealed internal emails describing the Andromeda project itself. Unfortunately, it is believed that the leaked emails in question are months old, from back when Terry Myerson was still in charge. Many believe that now Myerson is out, Andromeda won't ever see the light of day, which is entirely possible of course. However, I was able to confirm recently on the Windows Podcast that Andromeda is still alive and kicking internally, with the only bad news being that its planned release date has indeed been pushed back to next year. Why the delay? The question now is why? Well, according to my sources, Microsoft has decided to push back Andromeda's release to give itself more time to improve both the hardware and software. There are a whole lot of moving parts involved when it comes to Andromeda, as it's being built alongside a custom version of Windows 10 specifically for the device and form-factor itself, similar to Surface Hub and HoloLens. The Andromeda device runs an experience tailored for its unique form-factor, which is built on top of Windows Core OS. This tailored experience is known as Andromeda OS and includes no legacy UIs and bloat. Microsoft is doing the exact same thing with Surface Hub 2, which also runs a custom tailored version of Windows Core OS known as Aruba and built specifically for that large collaborative device form factor. Therefore, it's important to stress that Andromeda OS is unlike any version of Windows 10 available on the market today; it's an entirely new Windows OS experience powered by CShell that's built from the ground up for mobile dual-screened multitasking. Because of this, Microsoft needs more time to ensure the OS is well-baked. Microsoft also needs more time to improve the app-gap on Andromeda, which is another cited reason for its delay. If Microsoft were to release Andromeda this year, it would do so with a platform that has more missing apps than Windows 10 Mobile did. One of the things Microsoft is doing to help combat the app problem is embracing PWAs (Progressive Web Apps.) It's even built a bot that will automatically add PWAs to the Microsoft Store without developers having to submit them first. Of course, PWAs won't solve everything, but they should be able to step in for the most popular apps and services like Twitter, Uber, and even Spotify if it chooses. The delay gives Microsoft more time to get PWAs into the Store, and I hear Microsoft is going to use this extra time also to improve the Edge engine so that PWAs perform better and eat less battery life. It probably goes without saying that UWP is also something Microsoft is actively pushing on Andromeda, and apps like WhatsApp are a possible contender for this, but progress on the UWP front is slow, hence the focus on PWAs. Furthermore, I'm told there are other ideas that the company is also considering to help improve the app situation on Andromeda, but I'm still digging for information on that. For now, we know that Microsoft is betting big on PWA, and rightly so. What about the hardware? I've seen a few rumors claim that the delay is related to hardware, with some reports suggesting that Microsoft is planning to rethink the device and even change its form-factor a bit. According to my sources, however, Microsoft is not planning to drastically change its form factor. The delay is primarily software related, as the hardware itself was more or less good to go for an October release. The delay now means Microsoft has more time to "fine-tune" the hardware, and maybe even slip in a newer processor, depending on whether Andromeda's release lines up with Snapdragons processor roadmap of course. I understand that the latest Andromeda prototypes use Snapdragon 845/850 processors, but now Andromeda is coming later, those chips may be old by the time Microsoft is ready to launch the device. It's worth noting that early Andromeda prototypes used a Snapdragon 835 processor, which was later switched out for the 845. So, Andromeda has already gone through one processor switch internally before, meaning it's not hard to imagine the device going through another one if needs be. A more powerful, optimized ARM chip is never a bad thing. It's also not uncommon for a device to go through several iterations throughout development. Putting in a newer processor may require the company to rework some of the internals, but outside of that, I have not heard of any plans to dramatically change up the form-factor itself. It should still be a pocketable, pen-orientated foldable device with telephony when it ships. So when is it coming? The biggest question now is when can we expect it to show up? The simple, unexciting answer is "when it's ready." Windows development has changed quite a bit since the old days, and deadlines aren't as strict as they used to be. How it works now is engineers working on software features will have a set deadline for a future release of Windows 10, let's say RS5 for example. This usually happens several months to a year or so before that release is expected to ship. This gives engineers time to build out a feature, but if the engineers find that they are unable to complete the feature in time, they can just push it back to the release coming afterward. So in our example, said feature is pushed back to RS6, and the team working on it now have an extra six months to complete it. This cycle repeats until the feature is good enough to ship. This is exactly what's happening with Windows Sets, in fact. This is partly why Microsoft is committed to two updates a year as it allows Microsoft to get features out sooner after they get pushed back. The software delay for Andromeda is with Andromeda OS, which simply won't be ready in time for RS5 now. So, that means Microsoft's next port of call for Andromeda is RS6 (known as 19H1) in the Spring of next year. Even then, Microsoft may decide to hold on releasing it until the fall of 2019, alongside RS7 (known as 19H2) giving the company even longer to make sure everything is good to go and maybe even slip in that newer processor. It's not plain sailing Of course, if you've been following along with our Andromeda coverage since last year, you'll know that the possibility of Microsoft killing Andromeda is never far away. As of today, work continues on Andromeda as normal, but that doesn't mean it's plain sailing from here until it ships. Microsoft may pull the plug at any time, as is the nature of internal development. We also still don't really know who this device is going to be for, and that's because we don't know its full feature-set yet. Who Andromeda is for is going to depend heavily on what it can do. If Microsoft can improve the app-gap, then buying Andromeda is going to evolve primarily around its capabilities, on both the software and hardware front. Hopefully we'll learn more about what it can do in the near future, but for now who Andromeda is aimed at remains a big mystery. In short, Microsoft has delayed its Andromeda device to ensure a better product when it ships. All of the people I've spoken to on the subject agree that delaying Andromeda is nothing but a good thing. It just sucks that we're going to have to wait even longer before we get to see it for real. In the meantime, what are your thoughts on Microsoft's Andromeda project? Let us know in the comments!
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    You can get this as an app for mobile phones and tablets. Been using it for years and very good. Another app is plane finder also very good.
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