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  1. Tech 425

    Tom Clancys Jack Ryan season 2 in RG

    I will look for it tomorrow
  2. Tech 425

    OOOMP! Here I am!

    Hello Biks, Welcome to CyberPhoenix I hope you enjoy your stay and come back often Please follow CyberPhoenix Rules and if you don't see something you want then use Search We also have a Request Section if you can't find something you want Become a CyberPhoenix VIP for Premium Accounts and alot more Administrator
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    windows 7 service pack

    If you have any Problem then Please ask
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    windows 7 service pack

    Ok and this is right from MSDM Microsoft How to obtain and install Windows 7 SP2 Since the release of Windows 7 back in 2009, hundreds of updates have been issued for the aging OS, and anyone who has done a clean install of Windows 7 knows how painful the updating process can be. Officially, Microsoft only released a single service pack for Windows 7 - Service Pack 1 was released to the public on February 22, 2011. However, despite promising that Windows 7 would only have one service pack, Microsoft decided to release a "convenience rollup" for Windows 7 in May 2016. This single package combines all previously released updates from the release of SP1 to April 2016. So even though Microsoft isn't calling this a service pack, for all intents and purposes, it serves as one. This article will show you how to install the convenience update (SP2 for Windows 7). 1. Prerequistes Before installing the convenience update, make sure: You are running Windows 7 SP1 You have at least 5 GB of free space available on your system disk You have installed KB3020369 (download links below) x64Bit: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=46817 x32Bit: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=46827 2. Download (SP2 for Windows 7) Once the prerequisites are met, you can download the convenience update (SP2 for Windows 7) from the links below. x64Bit: http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/msdownload/update/software/updt/2016/05/windows6.1-kb3125574-v4-x64_2dafb1d203c8964239af3048b5dd4b1264cd93b9.msu x32Bit: http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/msdownload/update/software/updt/2016/05/windows6.1-kb3125574-v4-x86_ba1ff5537312561795cc04db0b02fbb0a74b2cbd.msu
  5. Tech 425

    windows 7 service pack

    Well I think more info is needed as which Service Pack (I think there was 3, But I know for sure there was SP-2) Also I think, But not sure you can still install them online And you can still upgrade to Windows 10 (64bit) for Free and can uninstall the junk like I did on my systems
  6. Tech 425

    Exercise For Older Folk

    Now How in the Heck did you get my Workout Program
  7. Tech 425

    Self intro

    Hello ksami22, Welcome to CyberPhoenix I hope you enjoy your stay and come back often Please follow CyberPhoenix Rules and if you don't see something you want then use Search We also have a Request Section if you can't find something you want Become a CyberPhoenix VIP for Premium Accounts and alot more Administrator
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    A Toast To ALL The Biker Woman

    Hmmmmm I like Her Rear =
  9. Come to Pluto as we don't have the Covid-10 Problem, Because we are all Frozen and Uranus like to block\keep everything from us on Pluto = Uranus are A$$es
  10. How to use Custom Backgrounds Microsoft Teams Microsoft Teams is constantly improving with new updates to help us work and communicate remotely. One such update is the ability to add backgrounds to your calls to hide the mess and chaos of your world or just jazz things up a bit. If you're wondering how to add backgrounds to your calls, then you've come to the right place. We're going to show you how to select a new call background and which backgrounds to use for the best results. How to blur your background in Microsoft Teams: If you don't necessarily want to use a fake background, but also don't want people on your call seeing your kids wandering around or your less than professional backdrop then Teams has the answer. Using a basic setting you can simply blur the background of your call while keeping yourself in focus. The process of blurring your background is simple enough. When you're about to start a call on Teams you'll see a purple slider the bottom next to the video option. Simply use that slider to blur your webcam background before the call starts. If you're already on the call then you can just hover your cursor near the bottom of the call window and you'll see a menu icon appear. Click that and select the "blur my background" option. Using a default Teams background: If background blurring isn't quite cutting it, then you can go a step further with the help of the default backgrounds available within Teams. There are a number of backgrounds to choose from whether simple office scenes or something a bit more luxurious. To use a pre-installed Teams background is simple enough too. When you're connecting to a call on Teams you'll see an option with a slider next to the camera icon. Using that you can turn virtual backgrounds on and you'll then get the ability to select the background of your choosing. https://i.postimg.cc/yN02ykxB/2.jpg How to use your own backgrounds in Microsoft Teams: Microsoft is working on the ability to upload and use your own custom images for backgrounds in Teams. This feature is in development and coming in May according to the roadmap. But the good news is there's currently a fairly straightforward workaround you can use to add custom backgrounds now. In order to do so, all you need to do is add images to the right folder on your Windows PC or Mac and then you'll be able to access them in the same way you would the default backgrounds. On Windows: If you're on a Windows machine, use explorer to search for this folder: %APPDATA%\Microsoft\Teams\Backgrounds\Upload This should take you to the folder where the default images are located. If it doesn't show it might be hidden, so click on Explorer again and click view, then tick the box that says "hidden items" - that should let you see the rest. Alternatively, this forum post might help. On Mac: If you're on a Mac, then the process is similar and the files are stored within a folder located here: ~/Library/Application Support/Microsoft/Teams/Backgrounds. https://i.postimg.cc/cC3D0z3W/3.jpg
  11. Hello CyberPhoenix Please Welcome CyberPhoenix New Super Moderator uk666
  12. Tech 425

    Naked Man

    Dang it = You found me = No it wasn't me as I'm frozen on Pluto
  13. Sorry I had to click the Sad smiley as this is a sad story, But does need to be Remembered as Everything that has happened in History all over Earth needs to be Remembered How can people move Forward if they Forget or don't know about the Past History Thank you Very Much uk666
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    Motivational posters

    Dang now I know why I don't have a Girlfriend ;)
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