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  1. Wow very impressive...looks great but it is a huge file :icon_rolleyes:
  2. Thanks a lot for the latest version...just dl the file and installed it. Looks now much better as the older version 1.4.1 :icon_rolleyes:
  3. Thanks MGadAllah this is just an awesome tutorial and I'll use this a lot. Very impressive. No need to go to many other sites to find different tuts if you can get it here @ all :thumbsup_anim:
  4. Windows Vista has an animated Vista Logo what is displayed before the Login screen. You can do a similar thing in WinXP. Just download the required BMP file After you downloaded the file open regedit and goto: HKEY_USERS\.DEFAULT\Control Panel\Desktop In the right-side panel change the Wallpaper String value to the Path of the downloaded BMP file. e.g.: If you saved the BMP file to "C:\Startup.bmp", you have to set the Wallpaper value to C:\Startup.bmp. If you saved the BMP file to D:\Startup.bmp you have to set the value to D:\Startup.bmp :icon_rolleyes: Now you'll get a similar Vista Logo before your Login screen in XP too. Enjoy :whistle:
  5. It's already updated to v1.3.3 Changelog [1.3.3] * Fixed BSOD and random crashes caused by an out-of-date compiler. [1.3.2] * Fixed garbled INI files being created on Win2k * Fixed Arguments not being evaluated for Environment Variables * Fixed buffer overflow in the asyncronous ShellExecute code... This should fix crashing when dragging large amounts of files into the dock. * Fixed incorrect centering when on the Left or Right side of the monitor * Fixed stuck skins when booting in Vista * Fixed a thread handle being closed twice when launching icons, this was throwing an exception * Fixed Docklet bug that was "freezing" the dock with the iCal docklet * Fixed Docklet bug that was preventing docklets from showing the default Icon Settings window * Fixed Docklets losing their character encoding when converting to and from Unicode (hopefully) * Fixed "Open Running" being enabled for docklet settings * Fixed some windows having a problem being restored from "Open Running Instance" * Fixed fonts being improperly clipped * Changed the two "load defaults?" dialogs to be "yes/no" instead of "ok/cancel" * Added some usefull info to generated debug files * Updated the CC license to 3.0
  6. I'm glad that I have BricoPack Vista Inspirat Ultimate 2 installed :thumb_yello: In this package you'll find everything what's new like Transbar, YzShadow, UberIcon, ResHacker, RocketDock. Brickopack sets everything I just configure it to my settings and set's it :whistle: Getting me always the new addons to be up to date and here @ WinCert.net you get the best addons :whistle:
  7. Sorry cro-man I thought I found something interesting :crying_anim02: Didn't know you found it first on another site :shy:
  8. Never ever I put Vista on my laptop. the security holes are bigger then by XP :whistle:
  9. I'm using WinXP Manager for this but autorun seems a nice need tool too. Thanks cro-man !
  10. Happy Birthdaty Mr. McNally :bounce8: :fun:
  11. Seems a great tool so far from what I can read. Need to give it a try :whistle:
  12. I see you making fun of me
  13. Next-Generation web-site made certain things clear thanks to their phone interview with Microsoft's Sam Glassenberg, who said: "DirectX 10.1 fully supports DirectX 10 hardware. No hardware support is being removed. It's strictly a superset. It's basically an update to DirectX 10 that extends the hardware functionality slightly." However, Sam confirmed that existing graphics cards may still not be able to use all the new features of DirectX 10.1. At the same time he stress that applications designed specifically for DirectX 10.1 are very unlikely to appear, because overall, the updates aren
  14. DropMyRights is a free program from a Microsoft employee named Michael Howard, that greatly increases the security of Windows XP and has not gotten the attention that I think it deserves. A big reason that Macs and Linux are safer than Windows is that running as a restricted user is the norm. Trying to run Windows while logged on as a restricted user comes with a host of problems, so the reality is that almost everyone runs their Windows XP computer as an unrestricted (Administrator) user. This is a shame, because it means that malicious software can be surreptitiously installed and once running, it can modify or delete critical Windows system files. The way DropMyRights makes Windows more secure is by running selected programs in a restricted environment (i.e. with lower rights) even when logged on to Windows XP as an Administrator. A Windows XP computer can be surprisingly vulnerable to malicious software, especially if you are not up to date on installing bug fixes/patches to both Windows and all your applications. * Did you know that Windows can get infected just by viewing a Web page? It can. * The old rule about not opening e-mail attachments is not sufficient anymore. Simply reading an e-mail message can infect Windows. * There have been instances where simply viewing a picture could have installed malicious software. Read the full story here
  15. JurgenDoe


    Welcome on board :welcome6ld:
  16. this is the translation for you Rick :thumbsup_anim: "Die Anwendung konnte nicht richtig installiert werden. Klicken Sie auf OK, um die Anwendung zu beenden" The application could not be installed properly. Click on OK, to finish the application
  17. :thumbsup_anim: ROFL :thumbsup_anim: I love it N1K
  18. Ok Wolf this looks much better :thumb_yello: putting the Magnifying glass away :tumbleweed:
  19. thanks cro-man thats really need and I love every free plugin for photoshop :thumbsup_anim:
  20. Just use go to Start-->Run-->msconfig-->Startup and disable the styler from the startup. Reboot and styler will not show up again in your startup Hope this helps :icon_rolleyes:
  21. Everything works fine here can dl like hell without problems :thumb_yello:
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