Tera Copy Pro v2.27 + Genuine key

TeraCopy is a great utility designed to copy/move files faster and more secure. TeraCopy can resume broken file transfers. TeraCopy ... thumbnail 1 summary


TeraCopy is a great utility designed to copy/move files faster and more secure. TeraCopy can resume broken file transfers. TeraCopy skips bad files during copy and even shows the skipped files at the end of files transfer. Calculates files CRC checksum on the fly to speed up source and target files comparison. Seamless integration with Windows Explorer allows you to keep working with files as usual.

TeraCopy is a compact program designed to copy and move files at the maximum possible speed, providing the user a lot of features:

* Copy files faster. TeraCopy uses dynamically adjusted buffers to reduce seek times. Asynchronous copy speeds up file transfer between two physical hard drives.
* Pause and resume file transfers. Pause copy process at any time to free up system resources and continue with a single click.
* Error recovery. In case of copy error, TeraCopy will try several times and in the worse case just skips the file, not terminating the entire transfer.
* Interactive file list. TeraCopy shows failed file transfers and lets you fix the problem and recopy only problem files.
* Shell integration. TeraCopy can completely replace Explorer copy and move functions, allowing you work with files as usual.
* Copy/move to favorite folders. (Pro)
* Select files with the same extension/same folder. (Pro)
* Remove selected files from the copy queue. (Pro)
* Full Unicode support.
* Windows 7 x64 support.

What's New in TeraCopy v2.27

* Added: 'Remove other' to remove non-selected files from the list [Pro].
* Added: Better handling multiple copy processes.
* Added: Multiple retries to delete source files and folders after moving.
* Added: Tray notification when adding files to the existing process.
* Fixed: Problem with some non-latin filenames.
* Fixed: Copied files now have a correct creation time.
* Added: WaitBeforeMinimize option to ini file.

Compatible with: Windows XP, Vista and Win7 (32/64-bit )




Utorrent Turbo Booster v3.9.0.0 + Patch

Utorrent Turbo Booster v3.9.0.0 + Patch uTorrent Turbo Booster is a recent plug-in designed to improve the functionality of probably... thumbnail 1 summary

Utorrent Turbo Booster v3.9.0.0 + Patch

uTorrent Turbo Booster is a recent plug-in designed to improve the functionality of probably the most popular P2P file sharing application

around - uTorrent. This tool comes equipped with modern technology that aims at getting your download speed way up so you can grab the files

you want so badly much quicker than you've been used to. Movies, music, games, applications, you name it - uTorrent Turbo Booster will

deliver at a fast pace. It will be there doing its job in the background without upsetting any other activity you might perform on your

computer.

Listed below are some of the uTorrent Turbo Booster's main attributes:

. Pleasant and easy to operate interface;
. Automatically clears downloaded and incorrect files;
. Automatically resumes paused downloads;
. Operable by system tray icon for convenient and faster use;
. Automatically searches for multiple sources at user-specified intervals;
. Keeps configurations from last run and auto loads on start-up

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[INSTALL NOTES]
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Step 1: unpack rar archive
Step 2: run Utorrent Turbo Booster v3.9.0.0 .exe


WinRAR 4.01 Final Activated [ZIP] (32/64 bit Included)

WINRAR 4.01 FINAL EDITION NO CRACK OR ACTIVATION NEEDED! Stealing the crown from WinZip, the previously undisputed king of file co... thumbnail 1 summary
WINRAR 4.01 FINAL EDITION

NO CRACK OR ACTIVATION NEEDED!

Stealing the crown from WinZip, the previously undisputed king of file compression apps, WinRAR is a must-have in any modern-day PC toolkit. The application not only includes support for extracting virtually any kind of file compression format, it also boasts a no-nonsense approach to reducing file sizes.




Some will argue that the application isn�t as quick as WinZip at compressing files. However, for the small lag in time difference, you end up with a significantly smaller archived file at the end of the process with WinRAR. What�s more, the application allows you to save files into both ZIP and RAR formats, with a multitude of options for speeding up compression times, or reducing file sizes at the expense of a few more seconds.


Although many newcomers might be put off by the sheer range of features and settings within the program, the interface doesn�t take long to get accustomed to, and if you�re still really stuck there�s a simple wizard-based system that walks you through the process of extracting or compressing. All this adds up to make WinRAR a dependable utility that performs better than any other tool in its class.


Boasting more compression options, higher compression rates and smaller file sizes than WinZip, WinRAR is now the undisputed market leader in file compression.


x32 and x64 bit versions included!


Languages:


English, Spanish, German

 INSTALLATION:

Install Info.
1. Uninstall any previous version of WinRAR!
2.And Click install on this setup of WinRAR...




 






Google Earth Pro 6.0.0.1735 (GPS + 3D Support) Free Download

Google Earth is a virtual globe program that lets you surf through our entire planet. You can zoom and search for your town and much m... thumbnail 1 summary

Google Earth is a virtual globe program that lets you surf through our entire planet. You can zoom and search for your town and much more things such as school, churches etc! Google Earth Pro (Gold) is the upgraded version, it has a lot of more features such as movie making or advanced printing and much more... Worth 400 $ Google Earth Pro combines the power of Google Search with satellite imagery, maps, terrain and 3D buildings to put the world's geographic information at your fingertips.

Google Earth for Pilots - This is part of a new series exploring Google Earth uses for different professions/ hobbies.


Google Earth Pro Datasets

Expand your business, explore untapped markets and understand your target demographic using Google Earth Pro Datasets. View parcel, demographic, and daily traffic count data for the US overlaid on top of the same, familiar imagery of Google Earth.

Parcel data 


Research properties with ease using the Google Earth Pro Parcel Data layer. Zoom into an area and outlines of parcel boundaries will appear for millions of locations in the United States. Click on an Icon for a parcel boundary to see information such as last price sold, zoning and square feet. Additional parcel reports can be obtained from Dataquick. 

 US Demographics 


 Easy-to-read thematic maps shows seven demographic data fields provided by Nielsen Claritas, including current year and a five-year forecast information in balloons for each category. Make informed decisions about your next retail location using median age, income, education level and more for your state, county, census tract or block group. 

Traffic Counts Data 


Hundreds of thousands of points showing historical traffic counts in easy to understand mapped icons with historical traffic counts. Make sense of large data sets by reading them mapped at a location rather than on a textual report. Through this layer, you can visualize over 30 years of traffic count data, courtesy of Market Planning Solutions Inc





Top 10 Differences between Windows 7 and 8

1. No Start Button – Metro UI Never liked the Start Button? Well, it’s gone in Windows 8 by default. It’s now replaced by ... thumbnail 1 summary

1. No Start Button – Metro UI


Never liked the Start Button? Well, it’s gone in Windows 8 by default. It’s now replaced by the Metro UI. Yes, Microsoft has said there will be a way to revert back to the traditional desktop we are all used to (thank god), but by default it’ll be set to the new UI interface. I’ve played around with Windows 8 on a few test machines and I have to say that even though I think it’s a great interface for a tablet, I was not at all excited about using it with a mouse and keyboard. It looks a little nicer, but that’s about it. And clicking at the bottom left and not getting my typical start menu pop up was just too much change, even for me.

 

2. Simpler Task Manager


Ever noticed what tabs you actually used in Task Manger up till now? Probably just Applications and Processes. That’s about all I ever use and normally just to kill off some processor hungry rouge program. What you see above is the new Task Manager! Yeah, that’s it. Just a list of apps running that you can kill with one click. What about processes you ask? Well, click on More Details, and you get a nicely split list of applications and background processes along with a heat map of CPU and memory usage.

Pretty nice actually! That’s one change I am looking forward too. The current task manager was too detailed and overly complicated for the average user. This one makes it a breeze for anyone to use.

3. Improvements to Copy, Move, Rename and Delete

Yes, this may sound trivial, but if you really think about it, you probably move, delete, rename or copy a file/folder several times a day, if not more. These four basic operations have pretty much been the same for years and through all versions of Windows. In Windows 8, they get vastly improved!
Firstly, when you copy stuff around, especially when you perform multiple copy operations, all of the info is consolidated into one dialog. No more doing 10 copies and having 10 different windows pop up. Now it looks like this:



What you’ll also notice is the new pause feature. Finally, you can pause a copy operation in the middle of it! Yay! What’s really cool, though, is if you click More Details, you can see the speed of the data transfer, the trend and the amount of data left in the transfer.



 

4. The New Windows Explorer

Say hello to the ribbon interface! You’ve probably already been introduced to it in Office 2007 and Office 2010 and now it makes its way into Windows itself. Love it or hate it, it’s there as a permanent fixture. Here’s what the new UI will look like:



What do you think about this change? Like it or not? Like I said before, Windows 8 has been completely reimagined and you can clearly see that with all the major differences.

 

5. Fast Startup Mode

Boot times have always been an issue with Windows and they have tried their best to fix that with new power states like hibernation and sleep. Unfortunately, those have their own set of problems. In Windows 8, there is a new fast startup mode (probably going to be called something else later on), which is a combination of a cold boot plus hibernation. Basically, this will be like “restarting” your PC without actually fully restarting it. You’ll still get a fresh user session with everything closed, etc like you just restarted Windows, but it’ll take significantly less time.



6. Plug-in Free Browsing

 

Not only does IE 10 significantly change the UI, it also changes the way you will be browsing. IE 10 is favoring HTML 5 over the traditional plug-in architecture and will actually run by default with no plugins. If you need to use something like Adobe Flash for a site, you can switch to a “desktop” view, but for the most part, they are phasing plugin support out. WOW! That is huge. And pretty bad news for Adobe Flash. Even though Apple doesn’t support Flash on their devices, Microsoft also moving in that direction is a major paradigm shift for the entire Internet.

 

7. Reengineered Boot Experience

Haven’t we all gotten sick of the same tired list of “Safe Mode”, “Safe Mode with Networking”, etc, etc when booting Windows with advanced options. It still looks a DOS command prompt, even in Windows 7. With Windows 8, that all changes. The boot experience is now very pretty and reminds me of setting up my iPhone when I upgraded it to iOS 5. You get nice screens to help you join a wireless network, pick your settings, etc.



 

8. Sign in using Windows Live ID

With Windows 8, you can now sign into your PC using your online credentials at Windows Live. That’s right, Windows 8 is moving to the cloud (a little). With SkyDrive integration also coming in Windows 8, you can sign in using Windows Live credentials and have your files, settings, apps, etc stored in the cloud. You can log into another Windows 8 machine and all of that will follow you automatically.
It’ll keep track of all your favorites in IE, your desktop wallpaper, and lots more. You can buy extra storage and store your files on SkyDrive and access them online or on your mobile device including the iPad, iPhone, and Android devices.

 

9. Refresh/Reset Your PC

  
Two cool new features of Windows 7 are the refresh and reset options. Reset will remove all your personal data, apps, and settings and reinstall Windows. Refresh will keep all data, apps and settings and reinstall Windows. If you ever had to do this before in Windows XP or 7, you know what a real pain it is to try and restore Windows without deleting your personal data. And what happens if your PC doesn’t boot at all? Well, you can now refresh or reset from the boot screens

 

10. Scaling for Different Screen Sizes

Along with the new UI interface, there have been many improvements in Windows 8 for scaling to different screen resolutions, screen sizes and pixel densities. Even though this may seem minor, you will be able to use Windows 8 on everything from a small Windows phone to a giant 30 inch screen with a 2560×1600 resolution! A lot of the apps in Windows 8 will be designed to automatically adjust to these different screen sizes and provide more/less content based on the size.
Overall, the Windows 8 team has spent a lot of time trying to get things right and Windows 8 will be a huge step forward for PCs. What are your thoughts about Windows 8? Are you excited or not? Let us know in the comments! Enjoy!




Change the Windows 7 Login Screen Background

When you login to your Windows 7 computer (assuming you haven’t used something like this tutorial to turn on automatic login), you’ll gene... thumbnail 1 summary
When you login to your Windows 7 computer (assuming you haven’t used something like this tutorial to turn on automatic login), you’ll generally see a login window with a background looking something like this.



It’s fine; there’s nothing wrong with it. But sometimes a change is good so in this article we’ll show you how to change the background image behind the login screen to anything you want.
The first step is to open up the Start Menu by clicking the orb in the lower left corner of the screen.




 Now, in the Start Menu search box, type regedit, to open up the Registry Editor.

 When the Registry Editor appears in the Start Menu, click the Enter key to launch it. You should see a window like this.


 Now, right-click on the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE folder, and choose the Find option.


 The search window will appear so perform a search for OEMBackground.

 It will eventually be found under Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Authentication\LogonUI\Background (you could navigate there directly, but the search function is probably quicker than typing all that into the path bar.



Note: it’s possible that OEMBackground doesn’t exist on your system; if this is the case, adding a new DWORD value with the name of OEMBackground will fix things.
Once you can see the OEMBackground entry, double click to reveal its properties, and change the value from 0 (the default) to 1 (which will allow us – or the computer’s OEM as intended – to change the login screen background).


 Once this is finished you can close the Registry Editor and open up Windows Explorer. We want to go to %windir%\system32\oobe, so enter that into the path bar.


 You’ll now need to create an info folder (all lowercase), and then a new folder, named backgrounds (also lowercase), inside the info folder. Depending on your computer’s OEM, you may find these folders already exist and may already have images in them, placed there by Dell or HP or IBM, etc.


 Now simply select a favorite wallpaper. It should be in JPG format and less than 245 KB in size (and ideally the exact dimensions of your display to avoid stretching). Name this image backgroundDefault.jpg and place it in the backgrounds folder.

 You can now restart, lock your screen or logout to see your new login screen.

 Congratulations! This isn’t the simplest process, and isn’t as simple as using a program like Windows 7 Logon Background Changer, but if you want to get into the particulars regarding what programs like that are doing, this is a good way to go, if a bit more complex.

How to speed up your Internet connection

If your ISP is having issues with its DNS service, switching to OpenDNS' DNS will get you back online in just a few quick steps. Foll... thumbnail 1 summary

If your ISP is having issues with its DNS service, switching to OpenDNS' DNS will get you back online in just a few quick steps. Follow the instructions for your operating system or router below. 

Windows 7

  1. Click the Start Orb, then select Control Panel.
  2. Click on Network and Sharing Center.
  3. Click on your primary connection or Local Area Connection under Active Networks.
  4. Click the Properties button.
    Windows 7 may prompt you for permission to make network setting changes.
  5. Highlight 'Internet Protocol Version 4' and click Properties.
  6. Click the radio button 'Use the following DNS server addresses:' and type 208.67.222.222 and 208.67.220.220 in the Preferred DNS server and Alternate DNS server fields.
  7. Click OK button, then the Close button, then Close again. Finally, close the Network and Sharing Center window.
    At this point, we highly suggest that you flush your DNS resolver cache and web browser caches to ensure that your new configuration settings take effect.

Windows XP

  1. Select Control Panel from the Start menu.
  2. Click Network Connections from the Control Panel choices.
  3. Choose your connection from the Network Connections window.
    If you have more than one, choose your default/current connection.
  4. Click Properties button.
  5. Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and click Properties.
  6. Click the radio button Use the following DNS server addresses and type 208.67.222.222 and 208.67.220.220 in the Preferred DNS server and Alternate DNS server fields.
  7. Click OK

Windows Vista

  1. Click the Start Orb, then select Control Panel.
  2. Click on View network status and tasks.
  3. Click on View status.
  4. Click the Properties button.
  5. Vista may ask for your permission to make changes. If so, click the Continue button.
  6. Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4), then click the Properties button.
  7. Click the radio button "Use the following DNS server addresses:" and type in OpenDNS addresses, 208.67.222.222 and 208.67.220.220, in the Preferred DNS server and Alternate DNS server fields.
  8. Click the OK button, then the Close button, and the Close button again. Close the Network and Sharing Center window.        

Mac OS X

  1. Go to System Preferences.
  2. Click on Network.
  3. Select the first connection in your list and click Advanced.
  4. Select the DNS tab and add 208.67.222.222 and 208.67.220.220 to the list of DNS servers.
  5. Click OK

Generic Router

  1. Open the preferences for your router.
    Often, the preferences are set in your web browser, via a URL with numbers (example: http://192.168.0.1). You may need a password.
    If you're like us, and you set the router password long ago and cannot remember it now, you can often reset the password to the manufacturer default by pressing a button on the router itself.
    Or preferences may be set via specific application for your router, which you installed on your computer when you added the router.
  2. Find the DNS server settings.
    Scan for the letters DNS next to a field which allows two or three sets of numbers, each broken into four groups of one to three numbers.
  3. Put in the OpenDNS server addresses, 208.67.222.222 and 208.67.220.220, as your DNS server settings and save/apply.

Linksys Router

  1. Visit the router's IP address in a new browser window.
    http://192.168.1.1 is the default Linksys router IP address.
  2. Enter the Network password.
    The "Enter Network Password" window will appear. Skip user name and type the router's password (admin is the default password, if you haven't changed it) and click the OK button.
  3. Type in OpenDNS addresses, 208.67.222.222, 208.67.220.220, in Static DNS 1 and Static DNS 2 fields.
  4. Click Save Settings button.

Netgear Router

  1. Type the router's setup URL (http://www.routerlogin.net, http://192.168.0.1 or http://192.168.1.1) into a web browser address bar.
    http://192.168.1.1 is the default Netgear router IP address.
  2. Enter the password.
  3. Type in OpenDNS addresses, 208.67.222.222 and 208.67.220.220, in Primary DNS and Secondary DNS fields.
  4. Click Apply button.
  5. Wait for the settings to be updated.

D-Link Router

  1. Visit the router's IP address (http://192.168.0.1) in a new browser window.
    If you are attempting to configure a D-Link router, take note of your computer's Default Gateway IP address. The Default Gateway is the IP address of the D-Link router. By default, it should be 192.168.0.1. Most D-Link devices use the 192.168.0.X range.
  2. Enter the router password.
    Note: if you have not changed the original settings, the default username is admin and the password is blank (nothing).
  3. Click on the Manual Internet Connection Setup button at the bottom.
  4. Enter the OpenDNS addresses, 208.67.222.222 and 208.67.220.220, in Primary DNS Server and Secondary DNS Server fields.
  5. Click Save Settings button at the top.

Puss In Boots The Three Diablos 2012 BDRip

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