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Post New Requests Here / Re: NEW IDEA & REQUEST
« on: September 19, 2008, 01:18 AM »
Thank you very much for your prompt reply.
Regarding 2: I want because it occupied a huge disk space.

Actually I'm intrested in a tiny program that frees up/clears... AUTOMATICALLY
i) SYSTEM CACHE
ii) PROCESS KILLING; that are not in use

Presently I'm using a program (RegToy) to do the same but it's not a standalone program rather a group of many programs/features.

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Post New Requests Here / NEW IDEA & REQUEST
« on: September 17, 2008, 07:49 AM »
Hello Forum
Regards and best wishes from Pakistan

(1) A program that can frees/clears SYSTEM CACHE automatically at given intervals.
(2) A program that can frees/clears SYSTEM PAGEFILE automatically at given intervals.

Have a nice day and stay blessed.
ajmalbeig

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Dear Mouser,

It's me again. Thank you for your reply. I am much obliged that you have finalized the program name as I suggested. Kindly quote my full name when you credit because "Muhammad" is a word that millions of Muslims used as their First Name. Muhammad Ajmal Beig Naz, Lahore, Pakistan. (short name "ajmalbeig" may also be used)

> i appreciate the suggestions and hope you will make some more if you
> have any other ideas.

Regarding your interest in new ideas, I have clicked some more. As you know, presently, one should have to click ILC (Internet Login Clock) icon to start the program. In this concern, I already have suggested... >>"Make it possible to detect the connection automatically."<<

My new suggestions:
==================
(1) When we start the program manually after login to internet, ILC starts scrolling the starting time. BUT if someone forgot to start the program before or soon after to login, ILC does not shows the WHOLE TIME, rather the time when it detects a dialup connection. In my example, sometime I forgot to start the ILC beforehand and when an instance I remind it after 15 minutes or so it start the time from zero second and skipped the overlap time (15 minutes in my example). Try to make an adjustment that it show the total time of login even someone start it afterwards.

A Rear Hint:
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You know the parameters, how a tiny software "Computer Uptime"  detect the total uptime even you start the program, hours later. 

(2) Provide Right-click Menu (context menu) on clock too.

(3) Currently, ILC stop measuring time when there is no active connection. It's right phenomenon but sometime dialup connection dropped automatically. In this condition, one cannot know how much time he/she was on internet because ILC automatically switched itsef to count Offline time. Please make room to record the time (seconds scrolling off) and allow clock window to stay intact for 30-60 seconds. After this time ILC must be completely off automatically (no icon in the syatem tray).

(4) It may be a great idea that one can set the login duration beforehand and when the preset time reached to end there should be a beep or so to inform the user.

(5) Memory usage should be as minimum as possible.

With Best Wishes and Regards!
Your Friend (to be)
Muhammad Ajmal Beig Naz
Lahore, Pakistan.
http://ajmalbeig.addr.com

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Dear Mouser,

It's me again. Thank you for your reply. I am much obliged that you have finalized the program name as I suggested. Kindly quote my full name when you credit because "Muhammad" is a word that millions of Muslims used as their First Name. Muhammad Ajmal Beig Naz, Lahore, Pakistan. (Short Name "ajmalbeig" may also be used)

> i appreciate the suggestions and hope you will make some more if you
> have any other ideas.

Regarding your interest in new ideas, I have clicked some more. As you know, presently, one should have to click ILC (Internet Login Clock) icon to start the program. In this concern, I already have suggested... >>"Make it possible to detect the connection automatically."<<

My new suggestions:
==================
(1) When we start the program manually after login to internet, ILC starts scrolling the starting time. BUT if someone forgot to start the program before or soon after to login, ILC does not shows the WHOLE TIME, rather the time when it detects a dialup connection. In my example, sometime I forgot to start the ILC beforehand and when an instance I remind it after 15 minutes or so it start the time from zero second and skipped the overlap time (15 minutes in my example). Try to make an adjustment that it show the total time of login even someone start it afterwards.

A Rear Hint:
============
You know the parameters, how a tiny software "Computer Uptime"  detect the total uptime even you start the program, hours later. 

(2) Provide Right-click Menu (context menu) on clock too.

(3) Currently, ILC stop measuring time when there is no active connection. It's right phenomenon but sometime dialup connection dropped automatically. In this condition, one cannot know how much time he/she was on internet because ILC automatically switched itsef to count Offline time. Please make room to record the time (seconds scrolling off) and allow clock window to stay intact for 30-60 seconds. After this time ILC must be completely off automatically (no icon in the syatem tray).

(4) It may be a great idea that one can set the login duration beforehand and when the preset time reached to end there should be a beep or so to inform the user.

(5) Memory usage should be as minimum as possible.

With Best Wishes and Regards!
Your Friend (to be)
Muhammad Ajmal Beig Naz
Lahore, Pakistan.
http://ajmalbeig.addr.com

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Dear Mouser
Thank you very much for your response and spoke back well about my suggestions. I do hope that the said suggestions will be honoured in near future. Kindly do inform me when you done and send me a link to download the updated version. My regular e-mail address is [email protected] It will be honour for me if you change the program name as I suggested ILC (Internet Login Clock) with credit, if possible.
With Best Wishes.
Ajmal Beig Naz

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Unfinished Requests / DYDLO or ILC (Internet Login Clock)
« on: August 24, 2005, 10:14 AM »
Hello from Pakistan

Recently I found your software DYDLO (Dad You Didn't Log Off), however I called it ILC (Internet Login Clock) which I think speaks better about the nature of program. It is a nice handy program which reminds me to freeup the telephone line enable to receive calls from someone you dear most. It properly detects the dialup connection and works perfect.
In the forum there is no discussion about the program after May 09, 2005. Is the chapter has been closed and no enhancement required?
However I want to make some suggestions to improve its phenomenon.
1- It steals a lot of memory (3216K in my XP Pro machine)
2- It starts when I manually start it first then it detects the dialup. Make it possible to detect the connection automatically.
3- Remove the Title Bar of the clock, it doesn't looks nice. Adjust it to dock.
4- The program resides in the system tray even after disconnection. I think there is no need to show offline time.
The program must off itself automatically when there is no live connection.
Hope these points should be considered in a coming updated version.
Note: At your software page, DYDLO is absent.

With Regards and Best Wishes!
Muhammad Ajmal Beig Naz
Lahore, Pakistan.
E-mail: [email protected]

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Finished Programs / DYDLO or ILC (Internet Login Clock)
« on: August 24, 2005, 10:09 AM »
Hello from Pakistan

Recently I found your software DYDLO (Dad You Didn't Log Off), however I called it ILC (Internet Login Clock) which I think speaks better about the nature of program. It is a nice handy program which reminds me to freeup the telephone line enable to receive calls from someone you dear most. It properly detects the dialup connection and works perfect.
In the forum there is no discussion about the program after May 09, 2005. Is the chapter has been closed and no enhancement required?
However I want to make some suggestions to improve its phenomenon.
1- It steals a lot of memory (3216K in my XP Pro machine)
2- It starts when I manually start it first then it detects the dialup. Make it possible to detect the connection automatically.
3- Remove the Title Bar of the clock, it doesn't looks nice. Adjust it to dock.
4- The program resides in the system tray even after disconnection. I think there is no need to show offline time.
The program must off itself automatically when there is no live connection.
Hope these points should be considered in a coming updated version.
Note: At your software page, DYDLO is absent.

With Regards and Best Wishes!
Muhammad Ajmal Beig Naz
Lahore, Pakistan.
E-mail: [email protected]

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Mouser's Zone / DYDLO or ILC (Internet Login Clock)
« on: August 24, 2005, 09:44 AM »
Hello from Pakistan

Recently I found your software DYDLO (Dad You Didn't Log Off), however I called it ILC (Internet Login Clock) which I think speaks better about the nature of program. It is a nice handy program which reminds me to freeup the telephone line enable to receive calls from someone you dear most. It properly detects the dialup connection and works perfect.
In the forum there is no discussion about the program after May 09, 2005. Is the chapter has been closed and no enhancement required?
However I want to make some suggestions to improve its phenomenon.
1- It steals a lot of memory (3216K in my XP Pro machine)
2- It starts when I manually start it first then it detects the dialup. Make it possible to detect the connection automatically.
3- Remove the Title Bar of the clock, it doesn't looks nice. Adjust it to dock.
4- The program resides in the system tray even after disconnection. I think there is no need to show offline time. The program must off itself automatically when there is no live connection.
Hope these points should be considered in a coming updated version.
Note: At your software page, DYDLO is absent.

With Regards and Best Wishes! :up:
Muhammad Ajmal Beig Naz
Lahore, Pakistan.
E-mail: [email protected]

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