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Remove Time Limit From Trial Software With Time Stopper

Remove Time Limit From Trial Software With Time Stopper
So you downloaded a trial software and loved it, now what? The next step would be to use this software forever, but how would you do so? Time Stopper(Update: New version link added, now it comes without ads) is a free tool for Windows that can stop any trial software’s time for you. For example you downloaded a software that comes with 15-days trial, you used for 3 days which means 12 more days are left before it expires. Just run Time Stopper, choose the program, set the date between the trial limit, and it would handle the rest by stopping the time for you. Below is the complete guide on how to stop a time of a trial software. Note: When this tool will stop the time for a trial software, it will not change or stop your system time. First click Browse and select the executable(.exe) file of the software whose trial limit you want to remove. On the right side of the screen you will be shown a system calendar so that you can know what date is today. Advertisement Related:  xanhau

Change Your Wi-Fi Router Channel to Optimize Your Wireless Signal If you live in an apartment complex you’ve probably noticed more than just the passive-aggressive network IDs that your neighbors use—very likely you’ve had problems with your wireless connections dropping out, or just not being as fast as you’d like. Here’s a quick fix. Of course, this isn’t the only thing you need to do to make sure your wireless network is running at maximum speed, but for today’s lesson we’ll show you how to pick the right channel to make sure you can stream the new Futurama episode to your laptop without skipping. Note: if your Wireless network is working fine, please don’t mess with it. Or at least, don’t blame us if you break it. Figuring Out the Right Wi-Fi Channel Note: the latest version of this utility is not free anymore, but we’ve linked to a download site that provides the free version still. Let’s take a closer look at that window… you’ll need to choose the right channel band, depending on the router you are using. Change Your Wireless Channel

100+ Sites to Download All Sorts of Things - StumbleUpon These days you can find all sorts of things online, from audio books to flash files, from sound effects to CSS templates. Below we compiled a list with over 100 download sites that serve that purpose. We will also try to keep the list updated, so if your favorite download site is not here, let us know about it with a comment. Audio Books Librivox: One of the most popular audio libraries on the web. Podiobooks: Similar to podcast, Podiobooks are serialized audiobooks that are distributed through RSS feeds. Oculture (Audio & Podcast): Offers a rich array of educational and cultural media. Learn Out Loud: A one-stop destination for video and audio learning resources. BitTorrent The Pirate Bay: The web’s largest collection of bit torrent trackers. Mininova.org : What started as an alternative to the now defunct Supernova that went offline in 2004, Mininova has become the biggest torrent search engine and directory on the web. Books and Documents eBooks Ebookee: A free book search engine. Clipart

Intense PC - World's First Ivybridge Core i7 Fanless Mini Computer Back in March we announced the Intense PC, the latest addition to our Fit-PC family and our most powerful fanless computer to date using 2nd Generation i3 and i7 cores. Well now, only a few days after Intel itself announced availability of its 3rd Generation Core i7 IVYBRIDGE processors, we can confirm that Intense PC is the world’s first, low power, miniature, fanless computer to ship with an i7 Ivybridge option! Orders are being taken immediately. Already a powerful performer, the Intense PC has now been treated to a third generation Intel Core i7-3517UE processor running at 1.7 GHz. Several FACE modules have since been designed to extend functionality as and when needed, including one that offers more Gigabit Ethernet ports and another that makes another two mini-PCIe slots available. The new Ivybridge Intense PC model is available immediately, with a barebone third gen Core i7 version (no RAM or HDD) and one with 8GB of system memory and a 500 GB hard drive (running on Linux) .

The UK and Huawei, Theresa May and the leaking scapegoat This week, the news broke that Defense Secretary Gavin Williamson had been identified as the source of a leak from the National Security Council, and had been fired from the government. The BBC reported on Theresa May’s decision to axe her Defense Secretary of 18 months having found “compelling evidence suggesting [his] responsibility for the unauthorized disclosure.” Subsequent to his sacking, and facing calls for a full inquiry into what happened, the Prime Minister’s de facto deputy, David Lidington, has said “the PM considered the matter closed.” But this matter is far from closed. Mr Williamson denies that he leaked anything, and said in his response letter to the PM, “I strenuously deny that I was in any way involved in this leak and I am confident that a thorough and formal inquiry would have vindicated my position.” He continued, “I have always trusted my civil servants, military advisers and staff. This is a situation that needs some close examination. Gavin Williamson

Zen 2 might not offer the IPC increase you expect Opinion: Across all sorts of tech forums, and particularly in TechSpot’s comment section, I’ve noticed a trend. Everyone loves to quote a 10-20% IPC (instructions per clock) boost for Zen 2, and, while I’m not ruling that out, I think it’s much less likely than what many people believe. That range has only come about because of a series of misunderstandings, errors, and easily refutable leaks, so I’m going to try to set the record straight. Rumors kicked off six months ago when an Italian computer company with a 32-core Epyc sample told Bits and Chips that Zen 2 offered a 13% IPC performance boost in scientific tasks. For starters, scientific tasks benchmark wildly differently to games – AMD already beats Intel in scientific and productivity IPC, while falling ~3% behind in games clock for clock. More importantly, using a 32-core server processor as a metric for an 8-core consumer processor is fraught with error. I believe that a 10-20% increase is possible, but only as likely as 5-10%.

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The Stone Age: The First 99 Percent of Human History The Stone Age is the longest period of human history, lasting from 2.6 million years ago to about 5,000 years ago. It is also the period of human history that is the least well known relative to later time periods. Relatively little seems to have changed in the daily lives of people living in this period compared to the last 5000 years, but the changes that did take place were profound since they were the changes that made humanity what it is today. Stone Age - Origin of the Term and Definition The Stone Age was first defined in the 19th century by Christian Jurgensen Thomsen as the earliest period of human history. The Bronze Age is the period directly succeeding the Stone Age. The Iron Age begins sometime in the first or second millennia BC and marks the time when iron replaced bronze as the most commonly used metal. The Stone Age itself can be divided into the Palaeolithic and the Neolithic. An Overview of the Palaeolithic Early human species from the Stone Age. The Lower Palaeolithic

The Copper Scroll Abacus: Is the Real Treasure Found In the Numbers? Even the most intriguing mysteries have a sell-by date in a 24/7 mass communications age. But one has proven itself to be more enduring since a copper scroll was unearthed on the coast of the Dead Sea in 1952. Its content has baffled and confounded the biblical fraternity ever since, because the scroll listed 64 locations where vast quantities of gold and silver treasures were buried. Unsurprisingly, the lure of finding hidden treasures excited imaginations and led to archaeological expeditions. Intelligent Data on the Scroll! It seemed odd that a biblical fellow had simply dug 7 cubits and stashed away 22 talents of treasure as described on column seven of the Copper Scroll. The revelations continued where at another site it seemed that a biblical character had read the Book of Enoch before he hid more of the treasures because the numbers on column nine were the same as Enoch’s solar calendar . The Numbers on Parade Table 1a: Columns 1 to 6 of the Copper Scroll. Matches Made in Heaven

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