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    New member

    Hello djkg256, 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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    todays music video is-------------------

    Oh throw back days = Yay Old School
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    Any Canadian Here [COMPLETED]

    Hello ShAmmy1989, Yea Uranus doesn't like us on Pluto to fly in there space so I would have to wait until the Planets un-aline I've seen and heard alot about Canada and that is a Pretty Country, But I hear it can get cold, But at least not as cold as Pluto Just so you know Raedwulf is in the middle of moving, So it might be a few until he can reply to this post
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    How to get to bios, boot [COMPLETED]

    PM me if you can't see my post in the Operating System section if you would like Pro
  5. How to check your battery status and history in Windows Learn how to dig up lots of data on your battery with a handy command built into Windows. Windows offers you a quick view of your battery status in the Taskbar so you can see how much percentage and how much time are left on your current charge. But you can also find greater details on your battery charge and battery history. Using the command-line tool powercfg, you can generate a report with the battery name, manufacturer, serial number, chemistry, cycle count, and usage history. Let's check out how to generate a battery report in Windows. First, you can easily check on your battery's current charge. Click on the battery icon on the Taskbar, and a notification should show you the percentage of remaining charge available as well as the number of hours and minutes until the charge runs out. In many cases, you can also adjust the Power Mode settings from here to strike a balance between best performance and best battery life (Figure A). Figure A From there, you can further view and adjust your battery options by clicking on the link for Battery settings. At the Settings window, you can tweak certain features that affect your battery life, such as screen brightness. You can also enable the Battery Saver option, which lowers screen brightness and changes other factors to try to preserve the battery charge if it falls below a certain point (Figure B). Figure B Let's say you'd like to know more about your battery charge, capacity, and history. This information can be helpful if your laptop is getting older and the battery doesn't have as much pep as it once did. It can also help if you need to replace the battery and want to make sure you get the same type. You can generate a battery report with an array of details. To do this, open a command prompt and type powercfg /batteryreport. This command creates a battery report in the form of an HTML file. The file is saved in whatever folder or directory to which the command prompt is pointing. So you may want to use the CD command to change to a specific folder, such as your username subfolder under Users, e.g. cd\users\[your username] (Figure C). Figure C Open File Explorer or Windows Explorer and double-click the battery-report.html file to open it in your default browser. The top of the Battery Report reveals basic information such as your computer name, product name, BIOS version and date, and OS build. As you scroll down the report, you'll find details on your battery, including the number of installed batteries with their manufacturer, serial number, design capacity, and full charge capacity. Comparing the design capacity with the full charge capacity can tell you how much your battery may have degraded in terms of holding the highest capacity for which it was designed (Figure D). Figure D Scroll down further to find a section on Recent Usage, which displays data from the last three days in both the Active and Suspended modes of your battery. Active Mode describes the laptop in use, while Suspended Mode points to the laptop at sleep or in hibernation. This section also shows you when the laptop was running off battery power versus plugged in via AC. You can see the dates and time as well as the remaining capacity for each reading (Figure E). Figure E The next section shows the battery usage and drains over the past three days with data on the amount of charge drained and the duration (Figure F). Figure F Next, the section on Usage History goes back further in time to reveal usage on both AC and battery. The Battery Capacity History section also goes back further to show you the full charge capacity compared with the design capacity for specific dates (Figure G). Figure G Finally, the last section for Battery Life Estimates tries to predict the number of hours left on your battery life based on the number and level of drains so far (Figure H). Figure H
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    DriversCloud 10.0.11

    DriversCloud 10.0.11 With DriversCloud (formerly My-Config.com), you can explore your computer easily, safely and free. The application quickly scans your PC and identifies the hardware and software components. DriversCloud then establishes a list of the different drivers compatible with your OS and hardware. Download the drivers needed for the proper functioning of your computer. To detect your drivers, DriversCloud also displays a detailed summary of your hardware and software configuration, analyzes your BSOD, monitors in real-time your PC voltages and temperatures and lets you share your configuration online. DriversCloud.com is intended for both beginners and professionals. From this website you can identify and generate a report on the hardware components for 10 configurations by account. The service is completely free and certified safe. The second objective of this site is updating drivers for a Windows PC. With a few clicks the user will obtain a list of all the drivers matching his configuration. Beyond the individual, network managers, technical services and computer hotlines will also derive particular benefit. Once the hardware components have been detected, you will be able to obtain with just a few clicks the latest drivers corresponding to the identified hardware. You can record your configuration on the site for free, and can get the corresponding URL to post the configuration to technical forums, e-mail and social networks. You can also download the detection result (the configuration) as a PDF file. To protect the user's privacy and data confidentiality, a 4-level confidentiality system was created that filters the XML marks and gives control to the user. The default level can be modified in the preferences. Using the maximum level will prevent the user from publishing his configuration and generating a corresponding PDF file. In non-connected mode, each XML configuration is stored on the server for one day (for practical reasons). However, you are given the opportunity to manually delete it. Created in 2004, and continually improved, My-Config.com has established itself on the web as a free service to PC users running Windows and Linux operating systems. The service is designed to work with the most common Internet browsers (MSIE, Firefox, Opera, Chrome, Safari). Homepage: http://www.driverscloud.com/en Download 32bit: https://www.driverscloud.com/plugins/DriversCloud_10_0_11_0.zip Download 64bit: https://www.driverscloud.com/plugins/DriversCloudx64_10_0_11_0.zip
  7. How to easily add a printing service in Android 10 Learn how to print from Android without relying on the soon-to-be-vanishing Google Cloud Print. With Google Cloud Printing going away this year, it's important you can continue printing from your Android devices. Fortunately, with the recent iterations of the platform, it's incredibly simple to make this happen. In fact, I'm going to show you just how easy it is to add a printing service from within Android 10. It is important that you have a supported printer on the same network as your Android device. Once you have that taken care of, the addition of a new printer service can be done in just a minute or so. What you'll need: A device running Android 10 A printer on the same wireless network How to add a printing service In order to print from Android, you must add a printing service. To do this, open the Android Settings app and then tap Connected Devices (Figure A). Figure A From within the Connected Devices window, tap Connection Preferences (Figure B). Figure B You should now see the Printing entry. Tap that and then tap Add Service. This will open the Google Play store to a list of all available print service drivers (Figure C). Figure C Locate and tap the print service that matches the make of the printer available on your network. Do not select Cloud Print, as that service is going away soon. Once you tap the print service, it will automatically scan your network for an available printer (Figure D). Figure D Once the printer is found, the connection will be made and it'll be listed (Figure E). Figure E And that's all there is to it. You can add as many printer services as you need--even a printer for every wireless network you connect to. Note: In order to print to a specific device, your Android phone or tablet must be on the same network as the printer. Enjoy your new found freedom from Google Cloud Print.
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    How to get to bios, boot [COMPLETED]

    I have a ViewSonic 21 inch CRT Monitor if you want It's the Monitor Graphic folks loved
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    Any Canadian Here [COMPLETED]

    I'm not, But I can leave Pluto and get there
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    How to get to bios, boot [COMPLETED]

    Ok and Cool I'm happy you figured it out and some monitors the cable can be replaced, But it might not be worth the time and trouble Also I have an OEM Edition of Pro and a 10 in 1 I'll be posting tomorrow
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    Git Up challenge I entered...

    popularity contest =
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    Git Up challenge I entered...

    Well then my Friend since I said the "1st with the girl and guy" was in 1st place and you and your Step Daughter got 3rd = To me You and Her got 1st Place in my Book
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    Git Up challenge I entered...

    Hmmmm I don't know anything about this, But I will take a stab in the dark and say you are in the Cowboy Hat and I'm not sure who is the Winner, But I think the 1st with the girl and guy
  14. Dang now I got to change my password from password HeHeHeHe Also Post has been Pinned =
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    [COMPLETED] The Naked Chef by Jamie Oliver

    I found this and I hope it's what you wanted http://www.cyberphoenix.org/forum/topic/777487-cp-upload-the-naked-chef-anniversary-editions-by-jamie-oliver/
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    Valuable Elements

    Sound like Little Johnny is going to get an A+ in that Class
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    Fun in Linux Terminal

    Thanks my Friend and I will try this when my replacement system gets to me way out here on Pluto
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    Save The Economy

    Good thing I live on Pluto
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    Hi Y'all

    Hello TexasJack, 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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    todays music video is-------------------

    Jinjer my Great Friend (I'm a Rock music lover) I like how Jinjer sings like a sweet girl then boom Hard Rock like Eversense
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    todays music video is-------------------

    Ok now Neo I want her Music Please - I can't find it
  22. How to move virtual memory to a different drive on Windows 10 Yes, it's possible to move your device virtual memory to another drive, and here are the steps to perform this task on Windows 10. How to move virtual memory to another drive To move the Windows 10's virtual memory file to a different drive, use these steps: Open Settings. Click on System. Click on About. Under the "Related settings" section, on the right side, click the System info option. Click the Advanced system settings option from the right side. Under the "Performance" section, click the Settings button. Click the Advanced tab. Under the "Virtual memory" section, click the Change button. Clear the Automatically manage paging file size for drivers option. Under the "Paging file size for each drive" section, select the C: drive. Select the No paging file option. Quick note: While it's possible to disable the paging file on the main drive when you're planning to use another drive to store the virtual memory file. It's often recommended to leave the paging file enabled on the main drive to allow the system to create crash dumps in the event of a system error. If you leave the paging file on the main drive, you can still configure virtual memory on the new drive, and Windows 10 will make sure to use the second drive paging files more frequently to temporarily store unused pages until they're no longer needed improving the overall system performance. Click the Set button. Click the Yes button. Select the drive you want to use for the paging file. Select the System managed size option -- for example, E:. Click the Set button. Click the OK button. Click the Apply button. Click the OK button. Restart your computer. Once you complete the steps, Windows 10 will automatically create a new pagefile.sys file containing the virtual memory content in the new location to improve performance. s a rule of thumb, you should only move the pagefile.sys file to another drive that's equal or better in performance than the main drive with the Windows 10 installation. For example, if you're using a traditional rotating platters hard drive, you can use another Hard Disk Drive (HDD) or Solid-State Drive (SSD) to store the virtual memory. Still, if you're using an SSD, it wouldn't be very logical to move the paging file to a mechanical drive. If this is the case, it would be best to install Windows 10 on the SSD to improve performance, rather than moving the virtual memory. In the case that you no longer need this configuration, or it's not working as expected, you can revert the changes using the same instructions, but on step No. 9, make sure to check the Automatically manage paging file size for drivers option and continue with step No. 16 and the remaining steps. The above instructions use the option that allows Windows 10 to automatically configure the size of virtual memory, but if you want to adjust this setting manually, you can refer to this guide. Confirming virtual memory If you want to confirm that virtual memory is working on the new drive, use these steps: Open File Explorer. Click on This PC from the left pane. Under the Devices and drives section, double-click to open the drive that is now storing the paging file. Click the View tab. Check the Hidden items option. Click the Options button. Click the View tab. Under the "Advanced settings" section, clear the Hide protected operating system files option. Click the OK button. Click the Apply button. Click the OK button. Confirm the "pagefile.sys" is present. After you complete the steps, you know if Windows 10 is using the new location for virtual memory. If you want to hide the system files again (recommended), you can use the same instructions, but on step No. 5, check the Hidden items option, and on step No. 8, check the Hide protected operating system files option.
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    audio books [COMPLETED]

    Why copy as you can remove the protection ?
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    Stabbing Pains

    My Ex-Wife tried the same thing on me and I had to tell that Stupid Bit(# that she had her Doll Well maybe I didn't tell her
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    = Thank you :)