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    Chrome 80 also auto-upgrades optionally-blockable mixed content (HTTP content in HTTPS sites) by automatically rewriting the URL to HTTPS, without providing an HTTP fallback and blocking them by default if they fail to load over https://. In this release, only audio and video content will be upgraded with mixed images still being allowed to load. They will, however, be marked with a 'Not Secure' chip in the omnibox. "Developers can use the upgrade-insecure-requests or block-all-mixed-content Content Security Policy directives to avoid this warning," Google says. SVG favicons and text URL fragments Chrome 80 also adds support for using scalable SVG images as favicons which should reduce the number of such resources required for a website or app. For instance, designers can use hand-tuned icons for smaller sizes and a scalable SVG icon for all other sizes needed across the site. The new Chrome version also enables authors and users to link to a specific portion of a webpage by adding a text fragment from the page to the website URL. When that page is loaded in the browser, that text will be highlighted and Chrome will automatically scroll the fragment into view. Developer tools changes Chrome 80 also comes with a selection of DevTools changes and improvements including but not limited to: • Support for let and class redeclarations • Improved WebAssembly debugging • Network Panel updates • Request Initiator Chains in the Initiator tab • URL and path columns in the Network panel • Updated User-Agent strings • New configuration UI • Per-function or per-block coverage modes A detailed blog post on what's new in Chrome 80's developer tools is available here. A video presentation of the changes Chrome 80 brings for developers is embedded below. Google Chrome 80.0.3987.106 Dual x86x64 Silent
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    Stage 3D Accelerated Graphics Rendering (Player & AIR desktop + AIR for TV) Stage 3D is a new architecture for hardware accelerated graphics rendering developed that provides a set of low-level APIs that enable advanced 2D and 3D rendering capabilities across screens and devices (desktop, mobile, and TV). Using Stage 3D, app and framework developers can now access high performance GPU hardware acceleration, enabling the creation of new classes of rich, interactive experiences. Note: Stage 3D for mobile versions of Flash Player & AIR will be enabled in a future release. Flash Access Content Protection Support for Mobile Flash Access content protection support is now available on mobile devices including Android powered smartphones and tablets. In addition, content protection is now supported on tablet devices powered by the BlackBerry Tablet OS. Note: Flash Access for iOS is not supported at this time. Flash Access Content Protection Enhancements New Flash Access content protection features include key rotation support, V3 license chaining, domain support and enhanced output protection and device filtering. Protected HTTP Dynamic Streaming (HDS) Protected HTTP Dynamic Streaming (HDS) provides protection for streaming video across screens while eliminating the deployment complexity of a license server. NetStream.dispose() Similar to NetStream.close() except that it also clears up the last frame held up by NetStream to be displayed on the Video object. Use this instead of NetStream.close() if the NetStream is to be re-used for other streams later. It enforces garbage collection of the video frame and related decompressor objects. The video object will display a blank frame after the use of this method. H.264/AVC Software Encoding for Cameras (desktop) Stream high-quality video from your computer's camera with higher compression efficiency and industry stanard support, enabling both immersive real-time communications such as video chat/conferencing and live video broadcasts. JPEG-XR support Flash Player and AIR now include support for the JPEG-XR advanced image compression standard (International Standard ISO/IEC 29199-2). The computationally lightweight JPEG-XR format provides more efficient compression than JPEG, enables both lossy and lossless compression support, and adds support for alpha channel transparency. Enhanced high resolution bitmap support BitmapData objects are no longer limited to a maximum resolution of 16 megapixels (16,777,215 pixels), and maximum bitmap width/height is no longer limited to 8,191 pixels, enabling the development of apps that utilize very large bitmaps. High efficiency SWF compression support Developers can now take advantage of LZMA compression for their SWF files. LZMA compression can reduce SWF size by up to 40%, enabling users to benefit from richer experiences with shorter download times and reduced bandwidth consumption. G.711 Audio Compression for Telephony Support interoperability with legacy phone systems via the Flash Media Gateway (FMG) and other third-party clients (through the open RTMP protocol) without the need for transcoding. Native JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) Support Allows ActionScript developers to take advantage of high performance native parsing and generation of JSON-formatted data. Garbage Collection Advice Provides smoother, more responsive user experiences by allowing developers to provide hints to optimize garbage collection scheduling. Cubic Bezier Curves The cubicCurveTo drawing API allows developers to easily create complex cubic Beziers without requiring custom ActionScript code. Secure Random Number Generator Developers can now take advantage of cryptographically secure random number generation to build more secure algorithms and protocols. Socket Progress Events Improve management of data transfer using the Socket class by providing a new property to determine the number of bytes remaining in the write buffer and a new event for when data is being sent to the network layer. Using these new APIs, developers can build applications such as file transfer utilities that monitor socket progress and provide responsive feedback. DisplayObjectContainer.removeChildren and MovieClip.isPlaying DisplayObjectContainer now implements a removeChildren API allowing developers to quickly remove all of a container's children using a single API call. A new MovieClip.isPlaying property returns the MovieClip's current playing state. Download Key: Other Browsers = Mozilla, Netscape, Opera, Firefox What's New: Immersive experiences with Flash video, content and applications with full-screen mode. Low-bandwidth, high-quality video with advanced compression technology. High-fidelity text using the advanced text rendering engine. Real-time dynamic effects with filters for Blur, DropShadow, Glow, Bevel, Gradient Glow, Gradient Bevel, Displacement Map, Convolution, and Color Matrix. Innovative media compositions with 8-bit video alpha channels. Blend modes, radial gradient, and stroke enhancements. Additional image formats: GIF, Progressive JPEG, and PNG. Windows ALL Internet Explorer Firefox, Safari, Opera Chromium-based Silent installation
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    Here is the script I wrote for direct-integration of KB2533552 into your Windows 7 install: @echo off set KB2533552=%1 :: Figure out where the mounted Windows install is: ::====================================================================== :step1 for /F "tokens=* USEBACKQ" %%F IN (`dism /get-mountedwiminfo | find "Mount Dir"`) DO (SET line=%%F) set "MOUNT_DIR=%line:* : =%" :: Extract the %temp%\KB2533552 package and patch it for DISM: ::====================================================================== :step2 mkdir "%temp%\KB2533552" expand -F:* "%KB2533552%" "%temp%\KB2533552"\ mkdir "%temp%\KB2533552\Unpacked" expand -F:* "%temp%\KB2533552\Windows6.1-KB2533552-x64.cab" "%temp%\KB2533552\Unpacked"\ copy "%temp%\KB2533552\Unpacked\update.mum" "%temp%\KB2533552\Unpacked\update.mum.bak" :: Use VBS to replace specific text inside of the "update.mum" file: ::====================================================================== :step3 echo Const ForReading = 1 > ""%temp%\replace.vbs"" echo Const ForWriting = 2 >> "%temp%\replace.vbs" echo. >> "%temp%\replace.vbs" echo strFileName = Wscript.Arguments(0) >> "%temp%\replace.vbs" echo strOldText = "exclusive=" + chr(34) + "true" + chr(34) +" allowedOffline=" + chr(34) + "false" + chr(34) >> "%temp%\replace.vbs" echo strNewText = "exclusive=" + chr(34) + "false" + chr(34) +" allowedOffline=" + chr(34) + "true" + chr(34) >> "%temp%\replace.vbs" echo. >> "%temp%\replace.vbs" echo Set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") >> "%temp%\replace.vbs" echo Set objFile = objFSO.OpenTextFile(strFileName, ForReading) >> "%temp%\replace.vbs" echo strText = objFile.ReadAll >> "%temp%\replace.vbs" echo objFile.Close >> "%temp%\replace.vbs" echo. >> "%temp%\replace.vbs" echo strNewText = Replace(strText, strOldText, strNewText) >> "%temp%\replace.vbs" echo Set objFile = objFSO.OpenTextFile(strFileName, ForWriting) >> "%temp%\replace.vbs" echo objFile.Write strNewText 'WriteLine adds extra CR/LF >> "%temp%\replace.vbs" echo objFile.Close >> "%temp%\replace.vbs" cscript "%temp%\replace.vbs" "%temp%\KB2533552\Unpacked\update.mum" :: Integrate the patched version of %temp%\KB2533552 into Windows install: ::====================================================================== :step4 dism /Add-Package /Image:"%MOUNT_DIR%" /PackagePath:"%temp%\KB2533552\Unpacked" :: Now we need overwrite the modified "update.mum" with the original, so :: that KB2533552 doesn't show up under Windows Update anymore.... ::====================================================================== :step5 set SRC="%temp%\KB2533552\"Original\update.mum.bak set DST=%MOUNT_DIR%\Windows\servicing\Packages\Package_for_KB2533552~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~~6.1.1.1.mum takeown /F "%DST%" /A icacls "%DST%" /grant Administrators:F copy "%SRC%" "%DST%" icacls "%DST%" /setowner "NT SERVICE\TrustedInstaller" icacls "%DST%" /grant:r Administrators:RX In order to use this script, you must invoke the script with the filename of the KB2533552 MSU file you are trying to integrate as a parameter to the script. If it is not in the current directory (or calling direct from the Start Menu), you must also include the path to the MSU file. Once KB2533552 is installed, KB3046269 can be easily installed using DISM (or WinToolkit). The next patch, KB3177467, requires a bit more work to properly integrate, as described here (titled Issues After Integrating KB3177467): So I found this solution (titled KB3177467 Offline Integration Problem and Solution ), which requires the setacl tool (which can be downloaded from helgeklein.com). Other versions may be available, however, I'm not sure where they might be.... But you must integrate KB3177467 first before executing these commands: reg load HKLM\TempSoftware %MOUNT_DIR%\windows\system32\config\Software setacl -on "HKLM\TempSoftware\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Component Based Servicing\SessionsPending" -ot reg -actn setowner -ownr n:Administrators setacl -on "HKLM\TempSoftware\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Component Based Servicing\SessionsPending" -ot reg -actn ace -ace n:Administrators;p:full reg add "HKLM\TempSoftware\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Component Based Servicing\SessionsPending" /v Exclusive /t REG_DWORD /d 0 /f reg unload HKLM\TempSoftware Obviously you have to replace %MOUNT_DIR% with your mount path. Hope this helps somebody! Let me know if it doesn't work for you and I'll try to fix it! Install_KB2533552.cmd
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    Jan Krohn

    Update Notifications

    Version 8.30 (4 February 2020): Revamped start screen and side menu; rotating HeiDoc YouTube videos on start screen; added Office 2019 for Mac builds 16.32 and 16.33; added new Insider and developer versions; added more Dell models and images; updated Chinese localization; updated Bootstrap to version 4.4.1; randomized user agents to access Microsoft's API.
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    luis

    IrfanView 4.54 Silent Español x32

    Hola Geodasoft, acabo de pobar y no tengo problemas puedo ver sin error el tipo de imagenes .webp. Ejecutaste la instalacion del programa como administrador? esto para registrar los plugins
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    @mooms Sry, my mistake in v.1.7.0.13 WinToolkitRunOnce Required .NET Framework 4.8 *1.7.0.14: WinToolkit Required .NET Framework 4.7.2 and higher *1.7.0.14: Updated WinToolkitRunOnce.exe to v1.6.0.0 *1.7.0.14: WinToolkitRunOnce Required .NET Framework 4.7.2 and higher v.1.7.0.14 comes next Week - this is also the last version for 1.7.0.x v1.8.x comes Soon . . . (with Language Suppoort)
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    wonderful, is possible install the new version over the previous?
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    Thiersee

    Win Toolkit - Current Version (1.7.0.13)

    I can confirm it! I wanted to archive all my Win7 stuff and I had to use version 1.7.0.8.
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    mooms

    Win Toolkit - Current Version (1.7.0.13)

    Tried 1.7.0.13 with Windows 7 x64 and latest UL: WTK RunOnce installer did not launch. Tried two times. 1.7.0.8 works.
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    Version 1.7.0.13 released. Download on first post. *1.7.0.13: FIX: Enable Legacy .NET Framework [Win 8/10]
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    4.8.4115.0 (KB4532941 + refreshed KB4503575)
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    New version 1.7 - Included August 2019 Cumulative Update (KB4512506) - Included new version of NET Framework 4.8 as Microsoft rereleased it (old file ndp48-x86-x64-allos-enu.exe should be removed from hotfixes folder) - Included new version of SHA2 support (KB4474419-v2) - Included Windows Help program (KB917607) - Included Microsoft NVMe drivers (KB2990941 and KB3087873) They are disabled by default, but could be enabled by editing Integrate7.cmd and changing set AddNVMe=0 to set AddNVMe=1 --> Link <---
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    I only found 4.6.1 https://sendit.cloud/fqnenfjsi8iy https://sendit.cloud/vc1sx4fcisxf
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    @Pavel Addon is already 4.7.3130.4 -- I don't have time to rebuild addon with KB4346407 fix (4.7.3133.2), and new rollup will be released in two weeks anyway here's temporary updated .net 4.7.2 setup, based of @ricktendo installer http://www.mediafire.com/file/3rs355nt4d1wfwo File: dotNetFx472_Slim_x86_x64.exe SHA-1: 2047568b2e36977d699afcbcdc398d06cf488e44 SHA-256: 50a0a9c1d768d060d4c787f99e9d95e4ac9b43ea3c75e3f00e725fab614ee935 File: dotNetFx472_Slim_x86_x64.zip SHA-1: d37d242db437651a4d28ff4aa0974f878bae6bc8 SHA-256: 446c05ced8f1c58f32c9cf5a109ae7547f4b95c37b6d8953f8923ab011c03712
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    No .NET 4.x is part of Win 8.1 and updated with regular updates https://download.microsoft.com/download/b/9/5/b95136c0-58a0-48df-821a-d05319a86852/enu_NETFX/amd64_windows8_1-kb4054566-x86_cab/windows8.1-kb4054566-x86.cab https://download.microsoft.com/download/b/9/5/b95136c0-58a0-48df-821a-d05319a86852/enu_NETFX/amd64_windows8_1-kb4054566-x64_cab/windows8.1-kb4054566-x64.cab
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    Updated 4.7.1 addon with KB4229728
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    Updated hopefully they don't change the release version tomorrow
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    Did you installed KB4019990 too? anyway, Win7 WU is mess, and will always offer old superseded updates
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    Did you set QualityCompat registry key?
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    Legolash2o

    Guide: Creating addons

    Requirements: 7zip I recommend using InstallWatch as it records what new registry entries there is and also which files have been modified. Every .WA needs a tasks.txt file within it so W7T knows what to do with it, an example is below: Make a folder i.e. D:\Addon Step 1: Tasks.txt Name=Mozilla Firefox Creator=Legolash2o Version=3.0.6 Arc=x86 Description=Open Source internet browser. [CopyFolder] Mozilla Firefox::Program Files [CopyFile] Mozilla Firefox.lnk::Users\Public\Desktop Mozilla Firefox.lnk::ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs Name This is the name of the program or addon Creator Your name or the maker of the addon Version The version of the program/addon you are making Arc Which version of the program you are making their are only 3 choices x86 - These addon will work on both x86 and x64 images, if it is integrated into x64 it will put the files in folders like "Program Files (x86)" or "SysWOW64". x86! - x86 only x64 - x64 only Build (Optional) This will only let you install the addon on certain versions of windows i.e. 7068. This is useful for patches like Themes. Build=7000! *Build 7000 only Build=7000 *Build 7000 or newer Website (Optional) When the addon is double clicked in the list, it will open the website specified Step 2: Copying Folders [CopyFolder] Mozilla Firefox::Program Files This is easy... name of folder::where to put it Mozilla Firefox will be copied into Program Files folder. Put Mozilla Firefox folder in your root addon folder (D:\Addon) Step 3: Copying Files [CopyFile] Mozilla Firefox.lnk::Users\Public\Desktop Mozilla Firefox.lnk::ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs Put Mozilla Firefox.lnk in your root addon folder (D:\Addon) Also easy.... name of file including extension (.exe, .lnk, whatever):: folder to put it in Firefox links will be copied to both Desktop and Start Menu Step 3: Registry Entries Just simply copy the exported .reg file into the root folder of the addon (D:\Addon) Note: You may want to clean the registry file and remove entries like your name, serial codes, temp stuff like MuiCache and sometimes there is a really long entry and i mean long, remove that too! Normal Registry File Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\1] "Example"="This is an example string" "Example2"=dword:00000001 Delete Key (Note they hyphen (-) before HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\) Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [-HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\1] "Example"="This is an example string" "Example2"=dword:00000001 Delete Value (Note the hyphen (-) after the equals sign(=)) Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\1] "Example"="This is an example string" "Example2"=- Step 4: Creating the addon file (.WA) Using the example above you should have something similar to... D:\Addon D:\Addon\Mozilla Firefox\ (with firefox files within it) D:\Addon\Mozilla Firefox.lnk (shortcut) D:\Addon\Tasks.txt D:\Addon\Example.reg (optional) Simply highlight all the files in the folder, right-click, 7zip > Add to Archive Once its open change .7z to .WA make sure its on Ultra compression and click OK Tasks.txt Example 7zip x64 Name=7-zip Creator=Legolash2o Version=4.65 Arc=x64 Description=7-Zip is an open source file archiver designed originally for Microsoft Windows. Blah. [CopyFolder] 7-Zip::Program Files [CopyFile] 7-Zip File Manager.lnk::ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs 7zip x86 only Name=7-zip Creator=Legolash2o Version=4.65 Arc=x86! Description=7-Zip is an open source file archiver designed originally for Microsoft Windows. Blah. [CopyFolder] 7-Zip::Program Files [CopyFile] 7-Zip File Manager.lnk::ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs Crap Cleaner for both x64 and x86 Name=Crap Cleaner Creator=Legolash2o Version=2.18.878 Arc=x86 Description=Cleans all the crap on the computer [CopyFolder] CCleaner::Program Files [CopyFile] CCleaner.lnk::ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs Notes When it comes to the "Description" in tasks.txt it can only be one line, it can not be multiple lines. For example: This program has the following features: *blah *blah *blah The Addon Integrator will only display "This program has the following features:"
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    Legolash2o

    SWM Merger

    SWM Merger is the tool where you can merge smaller *.swm files into a larger editable install.wim. Step 1: Select the main SWM Click the first browse button and select the *.swm file you wish to merge Step 2: Select your 'Output' file Select the location where you want your new install.wim to go. Step 3: Press start Press start and wait for it to finish


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