PeerBlock – Peerblock Site Updating to 5.3.3 Version 5.3.3 brings some dramatic changes to the way we handle custom attributes across the system. These are now very flexible, standardized, and we're quite happy with what they let you do. That being said, upgrading is at this point not a "one-click" process. We get that'd be awesome. So, here's what we recommend: BACK UP YOUR SITE. Questions or Problems Upgrading? Post your question in the Installation Help forum. Comments: Posted by zteverhart on Oct 01st, 2009 I received the following error on install; Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 7680 bytes) in /home1/username/public_html/concrete/models/job.php on line 93 nevermind ... fixed it by installing from dashboard. Posted by okhayat on Oct 01st, 2009 You might also want to have a look at if you're updating from a previous version. Posted by PhilYoung on Oct 01st, 2009 Posted by novologic on Oct 01st, 2009
CCEnhancer - SingularLabs CCEnhancer is a small tool which adds support for over 1,000 new programs into the popular program CCleaner. The tool uses the winapp2.ini system built into CCleaner to easily add new rules and definitions for programs. The rules were sourced mainly from the Piriform Support Forum, with several sourced from other places around the internet. Disclaimer: The entries created by this tool are not supported by Piriform, the makers of CCleaner. Kimberly Freed [APP] OblyTile - Tile Creator for all programs. - xda-developers This program is meant to create tiles to the Windows 8/8.1 start screen. I created it in vb.net using SharpDevelop, it works for all programs/folder/files/websites. The program will store the image files inside the folder "C:\Program Files\OblyTile" and create the Shortcut .LNK file inside the StartMenu folder. If you want to remove a Tile, right click it on the start screen/menu and select "Remove From Start" or select a tile on the OblyTile Created Tile list and press the recycle bin button located on bottom right of OblyTile. OblyTile has support for command line, you can check the list of available commands by running OblyTile with the "/?" To remove OblyTile and revert to default windows settings you have to run OblyTile as administrator and click the Remove button located in the settings menu [Click the Wrench icon on top of OblyTile to access the settings menu] Latest Version: OblyTile v0.9.9 ChangeLog: [Win 8.1] Added ability to pin the Tiles at different Sizes when created/edited.
Imation LINK Wireless Audio/Video Extender (Black): Electronics App Launcher - Chrome Web Store Help The Chrome App Launcher is a window where you can quickly access all of your Chrome apps right from your desktop. You can open App Launcher from your Taskbar (Windows) or Dock (Mac). Install App Launcher App Launcher installs automatically when you add an app from the "For Your Desktop" collection of the Chrome Web Store. Here’s how it works: Go to the For Your Desktop section of the Chrome Web Store. Organise your apps To move an app icon from one place to another in App Launcher, just click and drag it to where you want to place it. Add more apps To get more apps, click the button to go to the Chrome Web Store. Remove an app To remove an app from App Launcher, do the following: Right-click (Control-click on a Mac) the app icon. Search for an app To quickly find an app in App Launcher, type its name in the search box. Switch users If you share a computer with other people, each person who signs in to Chrome with their own account will see their own App Launcher. Remove App Launcher Windows Mac
Adobe’s Dreamweaver CS5.5 Adobe helped spark the desktop publishing revolution in the mid 1980s with its PostScript page description language used in Apple LaserWriter printers. Today, publishing is vastly different than it was 25 years ago, as consumers are accessing content in more ways than ever, and Adobe’s Dreamweaver CS5 team is hard at work creating the tools that allow developers to work in this new environment. “You kind of have to be under a really big rock to have not noticed the change in devices people are using to access the Internet today,” explains Scott Fegette, Senior Product Manager at Adobe. A developer must be aware of several factors starting with how the user is going to interact with the app, whether it’s with a trackpad, a keyboard, joystick or trackball. Dreamweaver CS5.5 has added features that help developers deliver content to this wide array of devices. The latest version of Dreamweaver also makes it easier for developers to work with HTML5. More info:
Axantum Software AB | Welcome We help you keep your secrets secret, using properly implemented strong encryption. AxCrypt is the leading open source file encryption software for Windows. It integrates seamlessly with Windows to compress, encrypt, decrypt, store, send and work with individual files. Xecrets is an online password manager. There's an Online Password Generator that creates really strong passwords that are still possible to remember and type. In addition there are several other related softwares, a RESTful API, source code and lots of tips and documentation. If you're a developer, there are many cool things you can do with our products since we provide most of the source code as well as a command line API for apps as well as scripts. If you're just a regular user who wants to a secret to stay secret, our software is probably the easiest to use you'll find for the purpose. Navigate the site with the menu on the left.
Top 10 computer history Web sites If you're a computer history buff -- or you just want to revisit the tech of your youth -- check out these museum sites featuring articles, pictures, forums, and even the first TV commercials for PCs. I love visiting computer history sites and watching computer history shows. Why? When I visit these sites, I gain a perspective on a part of my life that I did not have at the time I was passing through it. Rather than bore you with my old tech guy memories, perhaps a short list of some of my favorite computer history sites might be helpful if you are interested in learning more about the history of the personal computer. Note: This list is based on the article Old tech guys are slowly fading away. 1: The Computer History Museum This is the online home of the museum on Shoreline drive in Mountain View. 2: Apple Computers Because a big part of my early career involved Apple II computers, I like to include Steven Weyhrich's site on Apple II History. 3: Old-Computers.com One of my favorites.