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you can go to Gtalk's settings, under notification, disable all.

Living Room / Re: There is something 'sinister' going on here
« on: June 24, 2006, 06:29 AM »
right click on it and choose "show picture".

this is a well known problem with IE.

Mini-Reviews by Members / DupeTrasher
« on: June 24, 2006, 05:37 AM »
DupeTrasher is 10 times faster than DoubleKiller (https://www.donation...dex.php?topic=1693.0) (havent tried the pro version).

Yet another duplicate file scanner?
We think it's not, but this is up to you to decide. From our experience, some very popular software packages have this option in their features set, but it's has rather poor design. They tend to completely hang or even crash the system when large number of files are included into search. Of course we are not going to name any of those applications here. Advanced algorithm combined with the raw power of assembly language gives you the fastest duplicate file finder on the market, as far as we know. This is not just a cliché sentence, until today we were unable to find some other utility of this kind that is faster, more optimized and lower memory consumer than DupeTrasher. This is especially true when it comes to a search of the large number of files. However, if you prove us wrong and find such application, please let us know, we will give you DupeTrasher license for free!

Technical details
DupeTrasher was written completely in Win32 assembly, as a standalone executable file with no third party libraries or DLL dependencies. Program size is only about 130kb and no compression has been used. It was designed to run on the Windows 98/ME/2000/XP/2003. Smart application crash system is implemented, in order to give you ability to report us any bug that may arise.

minimize to system tray should do it.

try Minimizer-XP or your other favorite Minimize to Tray freeware/applications, once minimize to tray all of them will stop flashing.

edit: 4t Tray Minimizer Free/Pro 4.27 free! is also very nice, lighter than Minimizer-XP.

Living Room / Re: What do you do at Donation Coder?
« on: June 21, 2006, 11:29 PM »
1. there are many great software discussion here and
2. see if i can offer any help. :)

General Software Discussion / Re: Firefox sucking CPU
« on: June 21, 2006, 11:24 PM »
in O go to preferences>general>startup
choose "continue from last time" should be similar to "restore crashed session".

General Software Discussion / ShadowSurfer - free now
« on: June 21, 2006, 11:07 PM »
ShadowSurfer Benefits:

    * Prevent spyware and pop-ups
      Avoid viruses and worms
    * Surf the internet without a trace of unwanted cookies, internet history and intrusive cyberjunk
    * Install and use trialware, shareware or games and discard with a simple reboot
    * Multiple Users - restore your PC after other users on your computer have made unwanted changes
    * Windows support for 2000 and XP

ShadowSurfer ShadowMode™ provides a safe computing environment by creating a virtual twin of your PC. Restore the pre-ShadowMode state of your computer no matter what changes have occurred.
it costs US29.95, but it's free now:

- reasonable memory usage, 2 processes use roughly 8MB of RAM, no slowdown whatsoever.

- requires lots of reboot, enable==>reboot, disable==>reboot.

- wont work for trialware that require reboot, becoz after a reboot it's all gone.

- i will keep it as reboot is much faster than making a new image with TI.

Post New Requests Here / Re: Start Delay
« on: June 20, 2006, 09:26 PM »

Post New Requests Here / Re: IDEA: Limit Taskbar Autohide
« on: June 20, 2006, 04:37 AM »
how about if you move the taskbar to the top? it will be less likely to get triggered since the title bar is at the top.

i just tried print preview in firefox, it worked, that Test File:

split into 8 pages. this is really simple but.... not elegant. :(

(i am not sure about this) if we insert the oversize pic in html editor, create a html file with the image, then open in IE and print, can it print this way?


thanks, skywalka, that looks like the perfect program for the job - will try it later when i'm home.

if you want something like that, winpatrol is free:

i read this thread for info reg. TI vs FDISR:

My experience with FDISR

i like the ability to boot into the snapshots, we can create 10 snapshots max so it is like we have 10 different partitions to boot into.

but creating the snapshots is damn slow, my c drive is 2.2GB, used 1.5GB,

--TI takes 2.5 minutes to create an image, image size is 750MB (default compression at 3/10)

--FDISR takes 7 minutes to create a snapshot, size, 1.5GB, (what a waste of space).

i dont like it, will uninstall it later.

i google and found their forum:

and that forum points to a different software company, not Raxco:


Mini-Reviews by Members / Re: Locate 3.0 - great HD search tool!
« on: June 16, 2006, 03:40 AM »
wow, Locate is really fast, thanks brotherS.

there is Find and Run Robot, works pretty close to what you describe, except it doesnt do folder, may be mouser can make this a new feature.

General Software Discussion / Re: Simple To-Do?
« on: June 15, 2006, 10:16 PM »

another one:


Don't kick yourself for missing a single goal.

* Stay up to date with the latest scores, see videos of the best goals, and talk about the 2006 World Cup with fellow fans.
* Downloads in minutes, installs in seconds, and keeps all your existing bookmarks and settings
* Get all the football action you can handle using Firefox's tabbed browsing and integrated search.
* Show support for your favorite team by changing the browser's look and feel.

General Software Discussion / Re: soft and hard links in ntfs
« on: June 14, 2006, 07:52 AM »
this thread is getting more confuse. :down:

oh i see what you mean now.  :D
i use Registry Workshop, a shareware, it can search thru the registry and display all the match occurrences at once, i dont think the search result can be exported to a txt file and also cant access via the context menu, but it has some very powerful features.

another one is Registry Explorer, freeware. i havent tried this one tho.

i'm curious why the settings revert by itself, what anti-spyware/anti-virus do you use? anything like winpatrol that monitor and guard the settings?

try this:
ctrl+click on the first box (column), then ctrl+shift+click on the last box, then ctrl+c to copy.

Living Room / Re: Want to be a mac? (Broken)
« on: June 11, 2006, 04:55 PM »
my fav site ans skin:

also simulate mac.

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