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Everything posted by JurgenDoe

  1. I'm getting me right now a Magnifying glass to see how your desktop looks :whistle:
  2. Thanks Rick...this is a really nice theme :thumb_yello:
  3. Thanks Rick....getting me some new skins now :thumb_yello: Rick I downloaded some Skins {True Glass, Simple Glass & Diamond} but for some reason there is no transparency on this skin :crying_anim02: Do you know why ??? I'm using here the True Glass Skin :icon_question:
  4. Typical for Microsoft....first the leak this and then we have to wait :thumbsdown_anim:
  5. Wowsy Wolf that skin is awesome and I added it now as my default skin. :thumbsup_anim:
  6. Coffee...........because I'm drinking it :icon_rolleyes:
  7. Nope N1K my mother tongue is German but I tried to speak fluent English :whistle: Living in the US don't give you another choice :nunchaku:
  8. Rick do you know if and when the release SP3 :icon_question:
  9. Spanx cyg....downloading now :icon_rolleyes:
  10. I'm working on the tut right now and if I'm done I'll ask where to post it :icon_rolleyes:
  11. After a week of extensive testing, the CRN Test Center found that users of Windows Vista and Windows XP are equally at risk to viruses and exploits and that overall Vista brings only marginal security advantages over XP. One of Microsoft's big promises with Vista was a more secure operating system. But when stripped to the bare bones and thrown into the wild, wild Web, Vista's security failed to impress Test Center engineers. Vista remains riddled with holes, despite its multilayer security architecture and embedded security tools. Besides providing no improvement in virus protection vs. XP, Vista brings little or no security gains over its predecessor against such threats as RDS exploits, script exploits, image exploits, VML exploits, malformed Web pages and known malicious URLs, the Test Center found. Armed with two notebooks -- an HP Compaq 6515b notebook running Windows Vista Business 32-bit Edition with the 256-bit encryption version of Internet Explorer 7 and an HP Compaq nc6400 running Windows XP with the 128-bit encryption version of Internet Explorer 6 -- Test Center engineers probed both OSes with some of the most dangerous exploits known today. To even the playing field, all of the HP ProtectTools Security Manager tools on both notebooks were shut down. None of the encryption tools and the password-protect options were initialized. In addition, HP's ProtectTools Application Protection Service was not activated. Only the default security features and settings on both OSes were kept. Read the complete story here
  12. :thumb_yello: ok now it's running....I could dl only with 7KB/sec....the speed is up again :thumbsup_anim:
  13. Thanks Rick...I'll be the same as Kel....... :whistle: Rick can you please update because the dl is not running..it stucks
  14. The main reason here I guess is to let other ppl get access to some files without having permission to save those to usb, floppy or cd-rom or other devices. N1K explained this in a very great way but one problem will still left behind. :manual: If ppl can print this information there is no need for Device Lock or any other application. Sure you can block the access to send information via email or to save those to usb, floppy or cd-rom but they still will be able to print those information and take it out. :whistle: Got my point ???
  15. Great work Wolf...it just looks awesome. Very nicely done.....I agree with N1K :thumbsup_anim:
  16. Aaaaaaaaaaah OK do you know if Stan releases the new build soon :sweatingbullets:
  17. Thanks going to get me the update now :thumb_yello:
  18. Are there any sidebar skins out to use with the new sidebar :icon_question: I would like to change the look of my sidebar from time to time :icon_rolleyes:
  19. Rick do you know if they wanna release a new version soon or do they stay with 1.3.1 for a while ?? :icon_question:
  20. Thanks and now in clear english or german please and not in pc-language so I can understand it too :icon_rolleyes: Kel I've bookmarked you and will go there to read.....so don't interrupt me while I'm reading :cigar:
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