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1  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Re: Is robocopy faster than Windows GUI to "Move" files between drives on: Today at 11:49:46 PM
Odd than you tossed in the MT option  I was just playing with that and actually got WORSE results.  I did not try long enough to track down why but i could run it on the same folder with or without the MT (set to 32) and with it on i slowed to a crawl.  With it off, it runs pretty fast just not as fast as I would have expected.  The other difference i THINK i saw was that with the MT on, it seemed to "choose" to do larger files first.  No sure about that but that was my first thought as to why it seemed slow.
With it OFF it seems to run file to file in a direct file-listed by name order. There are so many options.. I have never used it before having set up all  i ever needed with the right switches in Xcopy until lately.  I am sure it is better i just have to learn the "ropes"

It's never "OFF" - you have the choice to run 1 or more threads, by default it is 8.

And, like it says, you should use the /LOG option to redirect output.

It might pay to play with Richcopy first, (Robocopy's GUI counterpart), so that you can try the various options without continuously editing a command file.

Also, the MOVE command won't move folders, so you'd have to recurse the folder structure, recreating it in the destination as you go if needed, (another reason why Robocopy is better).
2  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Re: Is robocopy faster than Windows GUI to "Move" files between drives on: Today at 10:17:16 PM
Also, w.r.t. Robocopy, if you look at the options (robocopy /?) under /MT (if you want to play with multi-threading):

/MT[:n] :: Do multi-threaded copies with n threads (default 8).
               n must be at least 1 and not greater than 128.
               This option is incompatible with the /IPG and /EFSRAW options.
               Redirect output using /LOG option for better performance.

ie. Don't have it writing to the console.
3  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Re: Windows 10 Announced on: Today at 10:10:22 PM
**Minor caveat when running the Sysinternals SDelete.exe tool, is that in the process of "Zeroing Out the Free Space" it will cause a Dynamically Expanding .vhdx to expand to its full configured size. So if you're overlapping the physical drive space by double-booking it ... This will byte you in the ass.

Would using cipher /W <drive> be any better?
4  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Re: Is robocopy faster than Windows GUI to "Move" files between drives on: Today at 09:41:55 PM
You can set Robocopy to use multiple threads, (Win7+ ; by default it is 8), having said that, most likely the problem will be that all the operations are being performed on the same source and destination concurrently which probably leads to a bit of head thrashing on a HDD.

You could try reducing the number of threads Robocopy uses with the /MT:x parameter, (x is the number of threads required between 1 and 128).

Possibly start at /MT:2 and increase by one until you see performance drop off.

mkdir isn't needed for Robocopy, it'll create folders as it goes and it should skip any files that have already been copied (options permitting) according to the table here.

BTW, if you're going to use Robocopy where there's any chance that the files will already be opened then it will fail on those files, (it won't access open files).  You can get around that by either using:
1) ShadowSpawn (which is a replacement for Hobocopy below) which will create a VSS copy before running Robocopy, or;
2) Hobocopy which was a less featured version of Robocopy that could use the VSS, (written by the author of ShadowSpawn).
5  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Re: Windows 10 Announced on: July 03, 2015, 11:24:18 PM
Has anyone else had activation issues with 10? All 5 of mine were activated up to build 10158, but even after switching to the updated key, neither build 10159 or 10162 will activate for me.

FWIW, I just installed 10162 in a VM using the Pro key and it activated itself no problems.
6  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: Interesting "stuff" on: July 03, 2015, 09:34:54 PM

... recently developed a new type of its protective wrap called iBubble Wrap that is flat and airless ...

... If you press one the bubbles the air will just shift to another sector of the column ...
7  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Re: Looking for Software with this feature on: July 03, 2015, 08:56:21 PM
I'm wondering why file size matters, because wouldn't the date be off by even a few seconds if it's two different copies of a file?

Which date are you referring to?

Each file/folder has three: Created, Modified, Accessed

The Created date is the most unlikely to change so if you're just looking to match a date, name, and size, with no requirement as to contents then that is the one you'd most likely choose.  However, if you're wanting to merge two backups of the same files then you'd probably go for Modified.

And as an example to your question: Sync folders by renaming files

@DyNama only wanted to match on size, date, time and extension - it all depends on the requirements.
8  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: reverse smilie (: on: July 03, 2015, 08:45:29 PM
It makes more sense in RTL langauges than in LTR languages. smiley

Or people from the Antipodes (:
9  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: Be prepared against ransomware viruses.. on: July 02, 2015, 09:30:06 PM
The conspiracy theorists among us would put forward that the new commercial tools available to specifically prevent Cryptoware were written by the people that created it in the first place.

Constant revenue stream and big panic extortion payoffs - win-win situation  Wink
10 Software / Post New Requests Here / Re: REQ: Convert/Export Certain Browser's "Groups" as Chrome Bookmarks on: July 01, 2015, 08:16:42 PM
(^ ^!) I think with about a hundred lines flashing past in the span of a few seconds for all the cgps I had to convert, I would need to have super humanly fast reading speed, rather than slower, to catch that 1 line at the beginning.

DOH!  Sorry, forgot I was dealing with a serial bookmarker  Grin

UPDATED: I've moved it to the bottom.

In case you or anyone else feels like adding additional features in the future, such as reverse converting back from html to cgp, I'll still more than welcome them.

Should be easy enough to go the other way since the .cgp format is even simpler.

BTW, I'm curious about the workings of the program you found that could perform encoding conversions. Could you provide a link to the original?

I didn't need it, Powershell does the necessary conversion - all you need to do is tell it what the input character encoding is (in this case gb2312 - here's a list) and what output encoding you want (UTF-8).

I was going to use the other program if I continued on with using a normal command file.  I've since deleted it but here's a simple Powershell script that does the same thing - paste below into a file called X2UTF8.ps1

There's no error checking, so you need to get encoding and file paths correct.

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  1. <#
  3.   Converts text files to UTF-8
  5.   Reads text file according to encoding specified, saves to UTF-8 file.
  7.   <input encoding> - encoding of original file.
  8.   <infile>         - file to convert.
  9.   <outfile>        - output file.  
  10. .EXAMPLE
  11.   PS> X2UTF8.ps1 gb2312 input.txt output.txt
  12. #>
  14. Param(
  15.    [String]$Encoded,
  16.    [String]$SourceFile,
  17.    [String]$Destfile
  18. )
  19. $Buffer = Get-Content $SourceFile -Encoding byte
  20. $Encoding = [System.Text.Encoding]::GetEncoding($Encoded)
  21. $String = $Encoding.GetString($Buffer)
  22. Out-File -FilePath $Destfile -Encoding utf8 -InputObject $String

Open a Powershell console and call as: .\x2utf8.ps1 <encoding> <input file> <output file>

eg.  .\X2UTF8.ps1 gb2312 D:\test\12_31-03.47.29.cgp K:\test.txt
11  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Re: Free Task Manager total resources for multiple instances? on: July 01, 2015, 06:17:00 AM
It says on Technet I have to get W 8.1 to install PS 4.0 thumb down

Not according to this Technet page.

Windows PowerShell 4.0 runs on the following versions of Windows.
  • Windows 8.1, installed by default
  • Windows Server 2012 R2, installed by default
  • Windowsยฎ 7 with Service Pack 1, install Windows Management Framework 4.0 to run Windows PowerShell 4.0
  • Windows Serverยฎ 2008 R2 with Service Pack 1, install Windows Management Framework 4.0 to run Windows PowerShell 4.0

I never like PS anyway.  smiley

That's just the age old fear of the new and unknown talking  Wink
12  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Re: Free Task Manager total resources for multiple instances? on: July 01, 2015, 03:31:48 AM
Edit: got it to stop giving an error.  But when I run the script it just comes back to the prompt.  No busy cursor, no output no nothing.

Given what @Cocoa has just gone through with my Powershell script here, it may pay to check what version you're running and update if necessary.

To check the version, open a Powershell and enter: $PSVersionTable.PSVersion

You should get 4.0 if you're running the latest.
13 Software / Finished Programs / Re: DONE: Change (sub) folder(s) date based on newest/oldest file in the folder on: July 01, 2015, 03:24:38 AM
UPDATE: v0.3.1.5
Fixed: Wasn't properly migrating date when recursion was active.
14 Software / Post New Requests Here / Re: REQ: Convert/Export Certain Browser's "Groups" as Chrome Bookmarks on: June 30, 2015, 10:25:18 PM
I decided to try updating Powershell to 4.0, the version that was in your system, Windows 8.1. This time, the cursor window also brought up a box to choose a folder, similar to your screenshot.

I guess it does use something particular to Powershell v4, I suppose I should test for that.

I pointed it to the folder where the cgp files were stored, the conversion happened, then a prompt said "conversion finished, press any key to exit".

I did that.

Don't take it the wrong way but a small piece of advice: read slower Wink


The file will be named CGP2HTML-YYYYMMDDHHMMSS.html and will be in the parent of the folder you chose, (or if it was a root folder it will be in that).  See update.

And no, it won't appear as yellow on blue, that's just the highlighter of the screen capture program smiley

Added: Colour output
Added: Check for Powershell version
Fixed:  Output is to the selected folder
15  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Re: Looking for Software with this feature on: June 30, 2015, 06:16:44 PM
I don't think either Robocopy or RichCopy are going to help with item number 2 in the OP because neither of them can rename on file collision.

ie. 'move' and 'keep both' implies one of them needs to be renamed.

See here for an example of using Robocopy and renaming a file:

Should be reasonably easy to modify one of command files I've done to cater for both conditions.

Basically, the one from here with tests for name and size, (minus the shortcut stuff):

But then you're talking about the ability to create filters which goes beyond a simple command file and more into the realm of a backup/sync program with multiple conditions/results.  Something similar was asked for recently and I don't think anyone came up with program that fulfilled the requirements.
16 Software / Post New Requests Here / Re: REQ: Convert/Export Certain Browser's "Groups" as Chrome Bookmarks on: June 29, 2015, 10:59:31 PM
-File with -"C:\Program Files (x86)\Green Browser\Groups", which is where the cgp files are stored, ...

The -File argument points to where the script is which is why I said this:

BTW, you did amend any path in the shortcut to point to wherever you've put the script, right?

So, if you extracted the script into the folder C:\Powershell Scripts and put the shortcut on your Desktop, then the shortcut needs to be edited to show:

%SystemRoot%\system32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\powershell.exe -noprofile -executionpolicy bypass -File "C:\Powershell Scripts\CGP2HTML.ps1"

I updated the shortcut in the archive with the necessary parameters.

You could also start a CLI, change to the folder where the script is, and type in the command:

powershell -noprofile -executionpolicy bypass -File "CGP2HTML.ps1"


FWIW, running via the shortcut works on all the machines I have access to here, when run from a flash drive.
17  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Re: Windows 10 Announced on: June 28, 2015, 11:39:32 PM
For something different I picked up a Lumia 530 on the weekend for something to play with, (for AU$19 I couldn't resist Grin ).  Going to basically use it as a GPS data logger since the battery in my M1200E decided it didn't want to take a charge any more.

It's currently ~30% into a Fast Insider update to WP10 - maybe I'll have better luck than the netbook.
18  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Re: More Firefox-Clone(ish?) adventures - Alienforce on: June 28, 2015, 10:32:10 PM
They should have gone with bling://
19 Software / Post New Requests Here / Re: REQ: Convert/Export Certain Browser's "Groups" as Chrome Bookmarks on: June 27, 2015, 10:32:56 PM
On my machine that I use to dev scripts, I will use -unrestricted as above. When deploying my scripts however, to an end user machine, I will just call powershell with the -executionpolicy switch:
powershell.exe -noprofile -executionpolicy bypass -file .\script.ps1

Try adding the -noprofile -executionpolicy bypass switches to the command line in the shortcut.

EDIT: This worked, it allowed the script to run after I changed my policy back to AllSigned, (mine's normally at RemoteSigned).


BTW, you did amend any path in the shortcut to point to wherever you've put the script, right?

Is there a way you can sign it?

Yes, but that means you'd need to import a certificate into your system that I create - bit much for one script.
20  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Re: Windows 10 Announced on: June 27, 2015, 09:52:57 PM
I never could get the Reserve Windows 10 (from Windows Update) to show up on the netbook.

Turned the netbook on this morning intending to image it and then try Win10 ISO install/upgrade from fully updated Win8.1 ... then I noticed the Win10 upgrade icon in the Notification area.

So, now I'll image it like I was going to and then try the MS upgrade method.

Don't know if it's significant but I normally have Give me updates for other Microsoft products when I update Windows turned off (unchecked) because I don't have any other MS products but I turned it on this morning on the off chance it'd do something.

Unfortunately I didn't notice whether the icon was there before I did that.
21  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Re: Microsoft "Hyperlapse" tech is finally available to play with on: June 26, 2015, 12:24:07 AM
{I mean this literally as I'm, just over the hill in Kilsyth  Wink .}

Actually, you're not "just over the hill", you're down the bottom of it - I'm in Kalorama Wink

Regarding the subtitles, I presume you had to insert these into your Vegas video after shooting using Vegas itself ...

The subtitles for that video were burnt into every frame of the original video using either ffmpeg or mencoder, (I forget which - one was definitely easier than the other though), the output being to uncompressed video to avoid recompression artifacts.
The video is then loaded into Vegas and then the playback rate is increased or decreased by holding down Control and dragging the end of the video one way or the other.  On rendering, Vegas (AFAIK) just does frame decimation in order to end up with specified playback length at the specified frames/second.  (BTW, Vegas 11 only allows a maximum 400% rate increase, I had to render, reload, and increase the rate again to get it to ~600%.)

eg.  A 4 minute video at 30fps when increased to a x2 playback rate will have half the total number of frames removed in order to play at 30fps in 2 minutes.

Doing it this way means that the remaining frames are left untouched, so the subtitles are still fine.

What I think MS Hyperlapse is doing (WARNING: simplistic theory following) is it does the frame decimation but then it uses tweeningw to create frames that morph the content between the original frames.  This results in burnt-in subtitles being morphed out of existence.  If you watch the video at First-person Hyperlapse Videos it's very noticable during the rock climb section (~1:55 onwards) where you can see rock formations and the other climber appear to morph between formations/positions.  Note, the default fps setting for MS Hyperlapse is 60fps, this gives them twice the number frames in which to make the result appear smoother.

During panning you have more movement (relatively) than forward motion so the number of inbetween frames created increases so the motion appears smoother and a small time stretch occurs.

I doubt there's anything that can be done about burnt-in subtitles that wouldn't require a massive rewrite to enable text detection within an area, and when that text is changing almost every frame I would think that the effort involved far outweighs the result.

So then, external subtitles - for the basic frame decimation that Vegas uses this isn't a problem as the playback rate is applied linearly across the whole video.
If the rate is set to x2, (assuming 30fps), then 15 frames will removed from each second of the original video and the time between each of the remaining frames will be halved - so the playback time is effectively halved.  Easy to calculate for use in external subtitles.  So easy I wrote two simple programs to do it for me.

With MS Hyperlapse, no such luck - the subjectively different playback speed between areas of low motion and high motion, (where extra frames need to be inserted to give the appearance of smooth motion), means trying to synchronise any external subtitle is a laborious job in text editing.  You'd need to keep referring back to the original video to locate a point where a subtitle should be, locate the same point in the Hyperlapse video, (within milliseconds), and edit the subtitle file with the subtitle start/end time.

If you're not referencing anything in the video, then you can get away with it.  However, for the stuff I'm doing it stands out like dingoes gonads, eg. the altitude reading is still increasing even though the video clearly shows I'm heading down the hill.

As an example, I'll upload a Vegas accelerated and Hyperlapse video some time in the next week or so that shows what using external subtitles looks like in each, (the Hyperlapse subtitles will just be auto-generated, no hand editing).

As for being able to specify a playback time for the end result, I'm not sure that could be done without increasing the number of passes the program needs to do, ie. it would have to run though choosing optimal frames to keep so it could generate a specific number of inbetween frames to end up with a specific playback time.

Finally, it should be noted that the only thing I did in Vegas was apply a rate increase.  I didn't use the Stabilize Media or any Video FX - that'll be my next experiment smiley
22 Software / Post New Requests Here / Re: REQ: Convert/Export Certain Browser's "Groups" as Chrome Bookmarks on: June 25, 2015, 10:48:18 PM
Powershell version, don't know what the minimum version of Powershell it requires is since I'm using v4 (Win 8.1).

It's set to Simplified Chinese input but that can be changed by editing one value or I could change it to use whatever the console is using, (entering a value gives more flexibility I think).  Line 27 in script is where it's set, eg. gb2312 = Simplified Chinese, (PRC).

Double-click the shortcut to run it, (needs to be in same folder as the script unless you edit the shortcut properties).

Formatted for Generic Code with the GeSHI Syntax Highlighter [copy or print]
  1. <#
  3.   Converts Green Browser Group files to HTML bookmarks (Mozilla/Chrome)
  5.   Reads all ANSI .cgp files in a folder according to encoding specified, saves
  6.   to temp UTF-8 file, then reads file and outputs to Mozilla/Chrome compatible
  7.   bookmark format.
  8. .PARAMETER <paramName>
  9.   None
  10. .EXAMPLE
  11.   PS> CGP2HTML.ps1
  12. #>
  14. Function Get-Folder {
  15.  Add-Type -AssemblyName System.Windows.Forms
  16.  $FolderBrowser = New-Object System.Windows.Forms.FolderBrowserDialog
  17.  [void]$FolderBrowser.ShowDialog()
  18.  Return $FolderBrowser.SelectedPath
  19. }  
  21. Function Convert-UTF {
  22.  Param(
  23.    [String]$SourceFile
  24.  )
  25.  $Buffer = Get-Content $SourceFile -Encoding byte
  27.  $Encoding = [System.Text.Encoding]::GetEncoding("gb2312")
  28.  $String = $Encoding.GetString($Buffer)
  29.  Out-File -FilePath .\C2Htmp.txt -Encoding utf8 -InputObject $String
  30. }
  32. Function Write-Header {
  33.  Param(
  34.    [String]$OutFile,
  35.    [String]$Folder
  36.  )
  37.  '<!DOCTYPE NETSCAPE-Bookmark-file-1>' | Out-File -Encoding utf8 -FilePath $OutFile -NoClobber
  38.  '<META HTTP-EQUIV="Content-Type" CONTENT="text/html; charset=UTF-8">' | Out-File -Encoding utf8 -FilePath $OutFile -Append
  39.  '<TITLE>Bookmarks</TITLE>' | Out-File -Encoding utf8 -FilePath $OutFile -Append
  40.  '<H1>Bookmarks</H1>' | Out-File -Encoding utf8 -FilePath $OutFile -Append
  41.  '<DL><P>' | Out-File -Encoding utf8 -FilePath $OutFile -Append
  42.  '<DT><H3>{0} --- {1}</H3>' -f $Folder, (Get-Date) | Out-File -Encoding utf8 -FilePath $OutFile -Append
  43.  '<DL><P>' | Out-File -Encoding utf8 -FilePath $OutFile -Append
  44. }
  46. Function Out-Bookmark {
  47.  Param(
  48.    [Object]$File,
  49.    [String]$Outfile
  50.  )
  51.  for($i=0; $i -lt $File.Length; $i++) {
  52.    $tmpFile = $File[$i] | % { $_.BaseName }
  53.    Write-Host "Converting: " $File[$i]
  54.    Convert-UTF $File[$i]
  55.    '<DT><H3>' + $tmpFile + '</H3></DT>' | Out-File -Encoding utf8 -FilePath $OutFile -Append
  56.    '<DL><P>' | Out-File -Encoding utf8 -FilePath $OutFile -Append
  57.    $Lines = (Get-Content ".\C2Htmp.txt")
  58.    for($j=2; $j -lt $Lines.Length; $j+=2) {
  59.      '<DT><A HREF="{0}">{1}</A>' -f $Lines[$j].Substring($Lines[$j].IndexOf("=") + 1), `
  60.                                     $Lines[$j - 1].Substring($Lines[$j - 1].IndexOf("=") + 1) `
  61.                                     | Out-File -Encoding utf8 -FilePath $OutFile -Append
  62.    }
  63.    '</DL><P>' | Out-File -Encoding utf8 -FilePath $OutFile -Append
  64.    Remove-Item '.\C2HTmp.txt'
  65.  }
  66.  '</DL><P>' | Out-File -Encoding utf8 -FilePath $OutFile -Append
  67. }
  69. If($PSVersionTable.PSVersion.Major -lt 4) {
  70.  Write-Host '** Script requires at least Powershell V4 **'
  71. } else {
  72.  $sFolder = (Get-Folder)
  73.  If($sFolder -eq '') {Exit}
  74.  Write-Host '-- Conversion started --'
  75.  $aFiles = (Get-ChildItem -Include *.cgp -Path ($sFolder + "\*"))
  76.  If(($sFolder.LastIndexOf('\') + 1) -eq $sFolder.Length) {
  77.  $sOutfile =  ($sFolder | % { $_.Substring(0, $_.LastIndexOf('\') + 1) }) `
  78.                + 'CGP2HTML-' + ("{0:yyyy}" -f (Get-Date)) + ("{0:MM}" -f (Get-Date)) `
  79.                + ("{0:dd}" -f (Get-Date)) + ('{0:hh}' -f (Get-Date)) `
  80.                + ('{0:mm}' -f (Get-Date)) + ('{0:ss}' -f (Get-Date)) + '.html'
  81.  } else {
  82.  $sOutfile =  $sFolder + '\' + 'CGP2HTML-' + ("{0:yyyy}" -f (Get-Date)) `
  83.                + ("{0:MM}" -f (Get-Date)) + ("{0:dd}" -f (Get-Date)) `
  84.                + ('{0:hh}' -f (Get-Date)) + ('{0:mm}' -f (Get-Date)) `
  85.                + ('{0:ss}' -f (Get-Date)) + '.html'
  86.  }
  87.  Write-Host '-- Conversion finished --'
  88.  Out-Bookmark $aFiles $sOutfile
  89.  Write-Header $sOutfile $sFolder
  90. }
  91. Write-Host ''
  92. Write-Host 'Output file: ' $sOutfile -foregroundcolor "blue" -backgroundcolor "yellow"
  93. Write-Host ''
  94. Write-Host 'Press a key to exit ...'
  95. cmd /c pause | out-null

This was the output from your two .cgp files in posts above:
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  1. <!DOCTYPE NETSCAPE-Bookmark-file-1>
  2. <META HTTP-EQUIV="Content-Type" CONTENT="text/html; charset=UTF-8">
  3. <TITLE>Bookmarks</TITLE>
  4. <H1>Bookmarks</H1>
  5. <DL><P>
  6. <DT><H3>R:\test\CGP2HTML --- 26/06/2015 13:44:19</H3>
  7. <DL><P>
  8. <DT><H3>12_31-03.47.29</H3></DT>
  9. <DL><P>
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  18. <DT><A HREF="">[drama][ๅคฉๆ˜ฏ็บขๆฒณๅฒธ๏ผˆๅ…จ๏ผ‰][้ซ˜ๅฑฑๅ—Xไบ•ไธŠๅ’Œๅฝฆ][ๆ— bk][ๆ— ๆ„ๅค–ๆฐธไน…]ใ€6ๆœˆ6ๆ—ฅๆ›ดๆ–ฐfs2่ฟžๆŽฅใ€‘ - Dramaๆ™ฎ้€š - ๅฃฐไผ˜่ต„ๆบไธ‹่ฝฝ - โ˜†็ฟผใฎๅคขโ˜…่ˆžใฎๅŸŽโ˜†่ฏ็›Ÿ ||ๅฅณๆ€งๅ‘ๆธธๆˆ ็ฝ‘็Ž‹่ˆžๅฐๅ‰ง ๆธธๆˆๆฑ‰ๅŒ– ๆผซ็”ป ๅฃฐไผ˜ ไธ‹่ฝฝ</A>
  19. <DT><A HREF="">[่ฏๅฑ€็ฉบ้—ด ่‡ชๅŽ‹]็ฒพ้œŠไฝฟใ„[1-5 ๅ…จๅฅ—][็ท‘ๅทๅ…‰ใ€ไฝไน…้–“ใƒฌใ‚คใ€ไบ•ไธŠๅ’Œๅฝฆใ€ๆŠ˜็ฌ ๆ„›ใ€็ฝฎ้ฎŽ้พๅคช้ƒŽใ€ๆฃฎๅทๆ™บไน‹ใ€ๅฐๆ‰ๅ้ƒŽๅคช][320K+BK][ๆฐธไน…] - Dramaๆ™ฎ้€š - ๅฃฐไผ˜่ต„ๆบไธ‹่ฝฝ - โ˜†็ฟผใฎๅคขโ˜…่ˆžใฎๅŸŽโ˜†่ฏ็›Ÿ ||ๅฅณๆ€งๅ‘ๆธธๆˆ ็ฝ‘็Ž‹่ˆžๅฐๅ‰ง ๆธธๆˆๆฑ‰ๅŒ– ๆผซ็”ป ๅฃฐไผ˜ ไธ‹่ฝฝ</A>
  20. <DT><A HREF="">ๅค็›ฎๅ‹ไบบๅธณ - Wikipedia</A>
  21. <DT><A HREF="">ๅค็›ฎๅ‹ไบบๅธณ - Google Search</A>
  22. <DT><A HREF="">DVD | NARUTO-ใƒŠใƒซใƒˆ- ็–พ้ขจไผ | ใ‚ขใƒ‹ใƒ—ใƒฌใƒƒใ‚ฏใ‚น</A>
  23. <DT><A HREF="">browser OR ๆต่งˆๅ™จ - Google Search</A>
  24. <DT><A HREF="">ไธ‹่ฝฝไธญๅฟƒ - ไธŠ็ฝ‘ไปŽๅ‚ฒๆธธๅผ€ๅง‹๏ผ</A>
  25. <DT><A HREF="">ๅฝ—ๆ˜Ÿๆต่งˆๅ™จ - ๅฏไปฅไธ‹่ฝฝ่ง†้ข‘็š„ๅŒๆ ธๆต่งˆๅ™จ, ็ปฟ่‰ฒๅฎ‰ๅ…จ้€Ÿๅบฆๅฟซ</A>
  26. <DT><A HREF="">ๆž้€Ÿๆต่งˆๅ™จๅฎ˜ๆ–น็ฝ‘็ซ™ ่ฟ่กŒ้€Ÿๅบฆๅฟซ๏ผŒ็จณๅฎšๆ€งๅผบ๏ผŒไฝ“็งฏๅฐๅทง๏ผŒ็ฎ€ๅ•ๆ˜“็”จ็š„ๆต่งˆๅ™จ๏ผŒไธญๅ›ฝไบบ่‡ชๅทฑ็š„ๆต่งˆๅ™จ</A>
  27. <DT><A HREF="">ไธญๆ˜“ๆต่งˆๅ™จ ๅ…จๅŠŸ่ƒฝๅคšๆ ‡็ญพๅฏ้ข„่งˆ็š„ๆœ€ๅฟซ้€Ÿๆต่งˆๅ™จ</A>
  28. <DT><A HREF="">ๆ”ฏๆŒ - Avant Browser, an ultra-fast browser with AutoFills, AD Blocker, Online Bookmarks, Private Browsing and RSS Reader, but NO Memory leak!</A>
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  31. <DT><A HREF="">Scott Hanselman - Scott Hanselman's 2007 Ultimate Developer and Power Users Tool List for Windows</A>
  32. <DT><A HREF="">Autoruns for Windows</A>
  33. <DT><A HREF="">flo's freeware - Notepad2</A>
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  35. <DT><A HREF="">Programmer's Notepad</A>
  36. <DT><A HREF="">ใƒกใƒƒใ‚ปใ‚ตใƒณใ‚ชใƒผใ‚ฌใƒผใƒซใ‚บใ‚ฒใƒผใƒ ใ‚ทใƒงใƒƒใƒ— - โ– ใ™ในใฆใฎๅ•†ๅ“</A>
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23  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Re: Windows 10 Announced on: June 25, 2015, 01:55:47 AM
It may be the GPU/onboard video. Have you seen this page of the system specification/minimum requirements?

It's the same hardware as your netbook, Atom N270, Intelยฎ 945GSE chipset with GMA950 Gfx.

They list exactly the same requirements for Windows 8.1 (actually more: PAE, NX, and SSE2), which it's running.
24  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Re: Windows 10 Announced on: June 24, 2015, 09:17:27 PM
-made my stomach so uneasy that I totally lost my courage.

No need for stress, it's easier than Win 8 was - here's the latest Win10 build installation steps for a local account:




According to dxdiag, the CPU is an Intel Atom N270 @ ~1.6Ghz, which is higher than I thought. DxDiag also says the system model is MS-N031, which I do see in small print on the sticker underneath, nearby the much larger U120 printed on the same sticker.

I installed Win8.1 Pro from scratch and have fully updated it but the Win 10 notifier updates don't even appear as downloads.  Seems strange that Win10 won't install since 8.1 runs fine on it but I'm guessing it's something BIOS related, (I've got the last modded BIOS version), so unless someone has any ideas about what specifically are the requirements of 10 as opposed to 8.1, (posts I've seen all refer back to the Win8 Upgrade Assistant for testing to see if Win10 will install), I'm out of luck on the netbook it seems.
25 Software / Post New Requests Here / Re: REQ: Convert/Export Certain Browser's "Groups" as Chrome Bookmarks on: June 24, 2015, 07:29:03 PM
Case in point, on my system, the "system locale" or what Windows calls "the language setting for non-Unicode programs" varies, changing from time to time, depending on what language I need to display. It is often set to "Chinese (Simplified, PRC)", and sometimes "Japanese (Japan)".

Bingo!  I wish you'd said that at the start.  OK, let's see how far I get this time smiley

I was wrong about the character encoding conversion, oh well ... happens sometimes   Wink  Anyway, found a program that will do it at the command line so I can work it into the command file or you can bulk convert all your .cgp before running the reformat.  One or the other, I'll see what happens.
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