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    orieptate reacted to mauricev2 in Allow Wise products to work on standard accounts   
    If I am a standard user, Wise Cleaner will prompt me for administrator credentials and then proceed to operate on that administrator account rather than the account I'm launching it from. This makes impossible to clean local caches, etc.
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    orieptate reacted to RICK in UNABLE TO ACCESS THE NETWORK   
    Unable to access the network
    The connection to news.google.com was interrupted by a change in the network connection.
    Here are some suggestions:
    Reload this webpage later.
    Check your Internet connection. Restart any router, modem, or other network devices you may be using.
    Error 21 (net::ERR_NETWORK_CHANGED): A network change was detected.
     
    I get this a lot and slow when loading sometimes
     
    Rick
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    orieptate reacted to Curlington in Registry scan hangs, stops responding w/365 and WRC   
    Hello:
     
       I am a long time happy user and proponent of Wise products. For the first time ever I have an issue. Both 365 and WRC hang up and stop responding when doing a registry scan. Need to close it via task manager. WRS stops on a fast scan after recognizing 43 issues if that helps but I doubt it. Screenshot attached.
     
    Computer Data
     
    HP 2000 2b19WM
    Windows 8/64 - fresh install after DBANing the HDD
    Everything else seems fine with the PC except the wireless card which works then quits if you go even 20 feet from the router no issue when plugged into NIC
    Defender runs without issue (I know big deal)
     
     
     
    Any help is welcomed
     
    Curlington     nyuk nyuk nyuk
     

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    orieptate reacted to Linkin in Things You Should Know Before Fixing Your Computer   
    How to Recover Deleted Files in Windows For Free? Check this video

     
     
     
    Now computers are a common fixture in pretty much every household, it's kind of ridiculous to expect everyone to know how to fix them. There are computer guys for that, just like there are mechanics to change the oil in your car.
     
    But what I'm about to tell you can save you some dollars. Before you pack up your injured machine and drive it to the local repair shop.
     
    5. One Free Program May Fix the Whole Thing
     
    If your computer's having problems like it's running slow or IE stops responding. And it's fixable without you having to pay some guy $200 to do it for you. Use Wise PC 1stAid, the awesome thing is that the repair program is totally free, so if it doesn't work, you've lost nothing. Just download it, install it and run it. Using it is as easy as following the directions on a microwave pizza. Everything is streamlined because it's written for average people who consistently get themselves into computer trouble. Or you could, you know, take it to a guy who will do the same exact thing, except charge you $200.
             
    However, if you do find a problem that's over your head, you'll sometimes find that the repair shop is unavoidable. 
     
    4. It's Going to Be Expensive as Hell
     
    Before you pick up the phone, tell the person that your computer "is being stupid" and ask how much it's going to cost to fix it, know that the reason their response will sound muffled is because they're talking through gritted teeth while flipping off the phone. It's impossible to give an exact diagnosis over the phone for the same reasons that your doctor couldn't tell that you have bronchitis without first running a few tests. But with the right information, they can give you a couple of scenarios and at least a ballpark estimate of each.
     
    This is important, because hourly rates vary dramatically from shop to shop. I've heard prices range from $40 to $150 per hour. If your local shop falls into those higher rates and your repair is going to take three or four hours, you're now talking about a bill that's equal to a brand new tower. Yep, from time to time it's actually cheaper to buy a whole new system. And that is a very real decision you're going to have to make. "Do I repair the one I have, or is it smarter to just buy a completely new machine?"
     
    Your 5-year-old machine is basically worthless now, and this is something that very few people are prepared to hear. It seems downright unfair that the system you paid a thousand dollars for just a few years ago has been reduced to the price of the scrap metal inside it, but that's the way the computer world works. So now it's down to some simple math.
     
    If your current computer is worth 50 bucks and the problem is a fried hard drive, is it worth spending $100 on a new one? More importantly, how long do the rest of your components have before they are obsolete? Are you about to drop that much money on a hard drive, only to be forced into buying a brand new system next year? Ask the tech if the repair they're about to perform boils down to polishing a turd.
     
    I can't tell you how many times I've seen a person sink 300 bucks into a repair when they could have spent the same amount for a lower end tower that is actually more powerful than the one they just fixed. Remember, you already have working components that don't need to be replaced: mouse, keyboard, monitor, etc. When you strip all of that out of the overall price and just look at the cost of the tower alone, you'll be surprised how cheap it is.
     
    But in order to even reach the point of making that decision, they're going to need some detailed information.
     
    3. Be Honest With the Repair Person
     
    If you've ever seen the show House, you know that they regularly bring up an interesting phenomenon we do as humans that just destroys any chance we have at helping others: "Everybody lies." Any person who has ever worked at a job fixing things can tell you that it's absolutely true, and it is the most frustrating thing in the world to computer techs.
     
    The thing is, there is nothing you can do on a computer that we haven't already seen a thousand times. We know people watch porn -- hell, three-fourths of all repairs I've ever made have been because of bad porn sites. I've seen a computer overheat because the person stuffed a bag of weed inside the case and the plastic got caught in the fan. I've seen a tower infested with roaches, and another that got infected with a virus because a little kid was trying to learn how to make and distribute one.
     
    Yet people are still afraid to come clean with what they were doing when things went messy, opting instead to say, "I don't know. I was using it just fine one minute, and the next thing I knew it just went crazy on me, out of the blue!" They're afraid to simply tell us what happened because nobody wants to be blamed. Like they're afraid we'll look at them differently or scold them for being so stupid.
     
    The truth is (aside from the oddball cases I just mentioned), almost everybody does exactly what you were doing. The reason repair guys have a job in the first place is because people continually mess up their computers by going to bad websites, downloading screen savers, opening spam emails, installing questionable games and using torrent sites without knowing how to spot the bad things.
     
    By not being honest about how your computer got screwed in the first place, you're adding additional time to the repair process. Because now the tech has to track down the source of the problem to make sure it's not coming from a file buried in the system that will simply respawn the same problems once the symptoms have been alleviated. And that translates into more money that you'll be paying because you'd rather keep your poop fetish to yourself. Wanna know something scary? In the process of fixing the computer, they're going to find out anyway.
     
    Trying to cover your tracks by deleting your history and clearing your cache only adds more time to the repair.
     
    2. Remember What You Were Doing When It Died (And Don't Delete Your History)
     
    Bad websites aren't the only things that screw up a computer. At any given moment, there are dozens of programs running quietly in the background, all written by different companies, telling your computer to do different things. If one of them is telling your system, "At the next stoplight, make a right," and you plug in an MP3 player that tells it, "At the next stoplight, make a left," your computer freaks out. This happens all the time, and it's not your fault.
     
    However, when you bring it in for repair, and the guy asks you what happened, you can't just tell them, "It was working fine one minute, and the next minute it just got all stupid." You'd be more helpful by just staring at them in cold, dead silence. You need to let them know exactly what you were doing when it flipped out. Did you turn on your printer? Did you plug something in? Did you remove something? Did you accidentally spin-kick it during ninja training?
     
    As I mentioned earlier, knowing what you were doing with the computer at the exact moment of its demise eliminates several hours of work. It's for this reason that you need to keep your browsing history intact.
     
    Any time we see that the history has been cleared the day it was brought in, the first thing we think is, "Porn." That gives us a general direction to go, but it's only a guess, and that is about the worst way to dive into a fix. What generally happens is that we take a shot in the dark and it turns up a dead end. So we have to start from scratch with a brand new guess, which again leads to nothing. In most cases, if we know what we're dealing with, we could have your computer back in your hands so fast that you could have it messed up again by dinner time. Instead, we have to experiment over and over until we whittle down to the source through a process of elimination, and your bill ends up being five times more than it should have been.
     
    But aside from just finding out what the problem is, if we know where it came from, we can warn you so you don't have to go through this again. "The problem was that your phone wasn't compatible with Windows, so we updated the drivers and it works fine now." In the case of malware, many people acquire these problems completely oblivious as to how it happened, no porn involved at all. Maybe they're really into knitting, and they frequent a mittens-making community where a banner ad dropped a piece of rogue software onto their system. By tracking down the source, we can warn the person to either stay away from that site completely or to let the site's owner know of the problem so they can get the ad or its network removed. Otherwise, a return trip to the repair shop is inevitable, and those bills are going to just keep stacking up.
     
    "Hold on" some of you will scream in a fit of rage and panic. "That's my favorite website" OK, you might want to sit down for this one, because it's hard for some people to accept that ...
     
    1. You May Be Losing Some Things That You Love
     
    I used to have an aunt who was the sweetest woman in the world. She had virtually no vices to speak of -- she didn't drink, smoke or even curse. But that 60-year-old woman loved poker. She loved it so much that she bought a computer specifically because one of her sons told her that she could play online for free, which would eliminate any worries of her running away to Vegas and having to blow mobsters to pay off her unfathomable gambling debts.
     
    Anyone who has used a computer for more than four seconds knows what happened next. Within a matter of days, her computer became an $800 paperweight. Knowing I was a computer guy, she called me, and while cleaning up the mess I explained that I'd have to uninstall her new poker game, and that all of the online versions she played would also have to be avoided. She sadly agreed, and we got everything back to normal. But the upside was that I was able to track down another clean poker game for her, and that made her happy again.
     
    One week later, I got another call. Same problem. When I started the cleanup again, I saw that she had been frequenting five completely new poker sites -- all of them dumping the same malware into her hard drive. When I brought it up, she explained, "The one we put on there last week wasn't very good, so I found new ones."
     
    That exact situation is the problem with new computer users, and it's not entirely their fault. When you turn on the television, you can flip to any channel you want without worrying that the show is going to break your TV. You can go through every radio station on the dial knowing that you're not going to land on one that forces your speakers to play nothing but commercials and randomly switches back to that station without your input. No device or broadcast on the planet does that -- except computers.
     
    It's unthinkable that randomly clicking on links would break the very thing that was designed to let you click links. That visiting websites would prevent you from visiting other websites. That playing the wrong game could cripple your computer so badly that it prevents you from being able to play even that game. Everything a person knows about the normal world is turned upside-down on the Internet, and it takes some training and education before you can dive in and start clicking things.
     
    It's going to turn out that some of the things you love are the very things that are causing your computer problems, and the only way to fix it is to completely remove those programs. There is no other way around it. Those programs are specifically designed to be fun and interesting because that's what keeps you from uninstalling it, hence stopping the malware from funneling in. But unless you accept it and let us do what we need to do, you're going to be back in that repair shop every week until you have to start blowing us like mobsters to pay your unfathomable computer repair debt.
     
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    orieptate reacted to leonard5185 in Why no uninstall?   
    I just installed Wise Registry Cleaner, but noticed in the Windows Start Menu that no uninstall option is listed (commonly done) (?)
     
    Thanks
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    orieptate reacted to CMC in Cannot backup "Full Registry"   
    Cannot backup "Full Registry" and receive error message that the file at C:\documents and settings\ <My name>\Local settings\temp\fullreg.rbk cannot be exported, error writing file. It writes it the rbk in the temp folder but, cannot export/re-write it and deletes it from the temp folder. Have not tried restore backup and don't need to. But cannot export .rbk and save it as .reg?

    It backs up the changes to registry when cleaning as they are listed in the restore option but, NO full registry backup.
     
    The question remains, why doesn't it just write the backup as .reg file along with the other backups in the same folder and, why it cannot export it from temp folder to where the file needs and should be?

    Any idea? winxp sp3
     
    Thanks in advance
     
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    orieptate reacted to Config in 6 Ways to Cooperate/Interact with Us   
    Wisecleaner.com is now sending open invitations to users,translators,professional reviewers,
     
    website/blog/magazine/newspaper owners andsocial media users (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, etc.) 
     
    around the world for cooperation and interaction. 
     
     
    There are mainly 6 ways to cooperate/interact with us now:
     
    1. Write reviews for WiseCleaner software.
     
    Own a website, a blog, any social media pages, or an offline magazine/newspaper, etc.?
     
    Please feel free to post an article regarding using our products and email the link/copy to us.
     
    License keys can be rewarded as gifts once your post is qualified by our editors.
     
     
    2. Distribute our software in your CDs.
     
    Please feel free to contact us for authorization.
     
     
    3. Join Affiliate Program.
     
    Join our Affiliate Program and monetize your website!
    Regnow ID: 50379
    Avangate : wisecleaner.com
     
     
    4. Giveaway Activities:
     
    Send Wise Care 365 Pro as free gifts to your Facebook Friends / Blog Comments / Website Visitors. 
     
    Feel free to send over your URL and request license keys to support your activity.
     
    Quantities of license keys depend on the quality of your offer.
     
     
    5. Links Exchange: 
     
    Please email your website link to us with a brief introduction about traffic and daily visits, etc.
     
     
    6. Translate our software to your own language.
     
     
    Check whether your language is already included or send yours to us otherwise.
     
    Detail: http://www.wisecleaner.com/language.html
     
     
     
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    Other Business Proposals.
     
     
    We are open to any ideas or proposals of cooperation. Welcome to contact us to start a win-win cooperation!
     
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    You will have our full support in any of the cooperation programs.
     
     
     
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    orieptate reacted to WiseCleaner in Forum Rules   
    Welcome to the WiseCleaner.com Forums!
     
    In order to keep the forums running well, please follow these simple rules for the forums. If you have any questions or problems, please feel free to contact us [email protected]
     
    Posts are to be made in the relevant forum. Users are asked to read the forum descriptions before posting. Users consistently posting to the wrong forum may be given a warning (see policing below). Members should post in a way that is respectful of other users. Flaming or abusing users in any way will not be tolerated and will lead to a warning. Members should remember this board is aimed at a general audience. Posting pornographic or generally offensive text, images, links, etc. will not be tolerated and will lead to a warning. Members are asked to respect the copyright of other users, sites, media, etc. Users linking to or asking for information on warez, crackz, etc. or re-printing material without permission will receive a warning and their post will be removed. Do not use your signature to link to pages that contain objectionable material. This includes, warez, cracks, pornography, pyramid schemes, referral ID's, ebay listings and requesting personal donations. Members should post in a way which is consistent with "normal writing". That is users should not post excessive numbers of emoticons, large, small or coloured text, etc. Similarly users should not SHOUT or use excessive punctuation (e.g. ! and ?) in topic titles or posts. Users consistently abusing this will be warned. Members should use an appropriate, descriptive subject when posting a new topic. Examples of bad subjects include; "Help me!", "I'm stuck!", "I've got an error!", etc. Examples of good subjects include; "Getting an TABLE FULL error upon login", "Cannot restore a backup", etc. Members are welcome to use the test forum for general "test purposes". These may include checking signatures, testing a link or image, etc. (subject to previous points on decency, warez, etc.). Spam is not tolerated here under any circumstance. This includes offering hosting services (charged and free), installation services, solicitation etc. Recruiting members for your own projects (moderators, designers, professional MOD work, etc.) is not permitted and is also considered spam. Users posting spam will be warned and their post removed. See specific item on spam and 3rd party linking for more information. Members are asked to not disclose to any 3rd party, board, or list any vulnerabilities in WiseCleaner before first notifying the developers. You should submit all finds to us. Time should be allowed for us, at least 3 working days wherever possible, to respond. The moderating, support and other teams reserve the right to edit, remove or put on moderation queue any post at any time. Please note that currently any very first post is automatically placed in the moderation queue and will be approved/disapproved according to the present Rules. The determination of what is construed as indecent, vulgar, spam, etc. as noted in these points is up to Team Members and not users. No content, or advice or requests for assistance, relating to any activity that the moderators consider to be illegal or offensive will be tolerated. Please refrain from using CAPITALIZATIONS in the topic title or when participating in threads because they will not attract attention - instead it will annoy many of the WiseCleaner Forum members. Very often we see meaningless subjects in topic title. They give no clue of what the posts are all about. The above forum rules where applicable also apply to private messaging. Abuse of the private messaging system may lead to warnings (as above) and/or the revocation of private messaging.   
     
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    orieptate reacted to Jessia_1115 in No boot time notification after update to 4.27   
    Just updated to 4.27. But when I restart my PC, no boot time notification. very sad.
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    orieptate reacted to Anjum in Laptop Battery Failure !   
    Hi ! Dear friends I am using Dell inspiron i5 laptop. The problem is my system is not identifying battery. the Baterry was 100% charged and now drooping 1 unit as standby position. friends my laptop battery neither charged nor works. the massage showing 'plugged in but not charging'. Please help what i should do, my laptop battery starting works? Thanks. 
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    orieptate reacted to boysim34 in Will Not Load in   
    pup. optional wise.rc , this is what it get when i try to load a new version of reg cleaner. malwarebytes put this warining message up blocking the install. never had a problem before, any ideads
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    orieptate reacted to Nesivos in Brand New Version Of Wise Care 365 --: 3.0 Beta   
    Here is some more detailed breakdown about the Integrated video cards and the the display adapter drivers.   I am listing this information only for my W8.1 Pro Updated computers since the Temp and RAM Available Widget is working fine on my one W7-SP1 AMD computer.
     
     
    The Widget is working on this computer
    1. Intel HD Graphics 2500 - Ivy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10.18.10.3621
     
    The Widget stopped working on these two computers
    2 Intel HD Graphics 4600 - Haswell GT2
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10-18-10.3621  (No mistake the driver version is the same on both #1 and #2)
     
    3 Intel HD Graphics 2000 Sandy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 3-20-2014
    Driver Version: 9.17.10.3517
     
    The one thing I did not try was a clean uninstall of Wise Care 365 Pro and Wise Memory Optimizer.   By that I mean after the uninstaller finished I did not look for folders and files that may have been left over and then manually delete them.  I didn't want to do it yet because I figured that method could require re-entering my license code on the reinstall unless it is kept in the registry.  I just hate having to re-enter license codes on re-installs since I have had a bunch of problems doing that with other software in the past.
     
    If I do a clean uninstall and remove all related files and folders will that require re-entering the license code when I reinstall?  If so will there will be a license count problem or any other problem when I do this?
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    orieptate reacted to Rod B in WiseFolderHider feature requests, bug reports, updated translations   
    A newbie (to Wise) question:  What is "lock?"  I'm hoping it has something to do with hiding,  When I hide a folder it doesn't hide at all, just camouflages itself"  the "hidden" file is a subfolder under a Hide Folder folder under a gibberish named folder.
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    orieptate reacted to Ralf in WiseFolderHider feature requests, bug reports, updated translations   
    I´m using hidden folders into another hidden folders.
    To open this last folder, i have first to unhide the main folder complete..
     
    Is there a possibility to refresh the folder list after click "open" without "unhide" the hidden main folder permanent?
     
     
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    orieptate reacted to StefZZZ in WiseFolderHider feature requests, bug reports, updated translations   
    Now that is PRO version
    maybe reconsider check boxes to WFH
     

     
    to unhide more files/folders at same time it could be great.
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    orieptate reacted to WDCF in "world's fastest scanner cleaner" ha!   
    it took the slimming scan to create restore point 185secs..and then it cleared. the claim of it being fastest scanner probaley reserved for pc's that have higher capacity hdd or something.  
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    orieptate reacted to wisecleaner_admin in 2014 Halloween Gift   
    Click Here to learn more about this promotion.
    The offer will expire on 7th Nov., 2014

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    orieptate reacted to Linkin in How to Deal with an Used & Old Computer?   
    How to Recover Deleted Files in Windows For Free? Check this video

     
     
    Everyone wants the latest and the fastest, so at the end of it you get stuck with something old, used and slow by today's standards. No, we weren't talking about your wife/husband, we were talking about your computer.

    So, what do you do with an old computer that you think is slow? Dump it into a garbage can or stow it off on eBay? Nah, here are some creative uses for an old computer.
     
    1. Store your Photos & Music on it
    Use it like a Photo and Music server. As long as you have plenty of hard disk space you won't hit a problem. Dump all your music CDs on it if you want. Connect it a flat screen and play a slide show of your photos.
     
    2.  Convert it into a Browsing Station
    Plug in your Internet connection, or a network cable via your broadband and you can make that old slow computer into a Internet browsing station for yourself and your friends when they come home. As an added benefit you can restrict the Internet access of the old computer as much as you want with some Firewall/Internet Security software and give it your kids to browse from.
     
    3. Make it a file/storage server
    Put in Linux and convert the old PC into a full functional file/storage server that you can dump in the attic or garage. If you are short of disk space just get a bigger hard-disk.
     
    4. Use it like a computer lab
    Need to try out Linux or some obscure software, why not use your old computer for it? You can use it learn hard disk recovery skills or open it up and do some good old hardware surgery. 
     
    5. Put it your car, RV or boat
    Now, that's a good idea. All you need is a power inverter, a device that converts 12V to 120V power. So, you can listen to music from the hard-disk or play VCD/DVDs while you are riding in a car, RV or a boat. Of course, if you are going to watch stuff instead of listening you will need a small LCD display as well.
     
    6. Convert your old PC into a router or firewall
    Load up Linux with Shorewall/IPtables or just install IPCOP to convert that old piece of hardware into a very powerful router or firewall. This by far is one of the best recommendations I always give to friends who run small offices. No old computer is slow enough for Linux or to work like a router/firewall.
     
    7. Broadcast Music/Videos or monitor your house with it
    Why not setup a Shoutcast server and stream all your MP3 files to the world? or stream videos or a webcam feed, which you can watch from anywhere.
    You can also connect a inexpensive webcam and place it near any place you want to monitor, throw in a internet connection at the back and you have your own personal security monitoring station. Keep a watch from anywhere.
     
    8. Watch TV or make it into a Tivo/VCR
    Drop in a TV tuner card and you can watch TV with your computer and do neat stuff like Time Shifting. Or if install MythTV or FreeVo to make it into a fully functional Tivo/VCR and record TV programs.
     
    9. Make it into a Gaming Machine
    Okay, it may not run all the very latest stuff but it will still be powerful enough to play some of the best games. You can load all your favorite games you have played on it or load some arcade games like Pacman and make it into a gaming station for yourself or for guests. Get a  pair of joysticks or gamepads as well to complete the experience.
     
    10. Upgrade it
    Instead of trashing it, why not upgrade it? Of course, that idea may not apply to some of the very classic stuff like the 386 machines, but you can upgrade most of them in some or the other way to make them more powerful - some new memory, hard disk or even a new video card could make quite a lot of difference.
     
    11. Use it for Salvage
    Sometimes you can use stuff from your old computer to replace things in your new computer or some other computer of an emergency aid, stuff like additional memories or a power supply.
     
    12. Use it to vent your anger
    This is a dangerous thing but what the heck if you want to vent your anger for all those crashed Windows sessions, you old PC could be the perfect guinea pig. 
     
    13. Automate your home with it or make it your answering machine
    Connect it with X10 to automate your home and your old PC is capable enough to switch on heaters and lights or keep a watch on intruders.
    Or just load up and answering machine software and let it handle voice mail for you. Why do you need to pay for a voice mail service when your PC can do it for free?
     
    14. Exchange it
    If you don't want to do anything with your old computer, you can still get a good deal by exchanging it instead of trashing it or selling it on eBay. Companies like HP and IBM have such computer exchange programs, often referred to as trade-in programs.
     
    15. Donate it
    Lastly, you can always get some goodwill by donating it away to someone in need. It can be anyone you know - your relatives, kids or  someone else like a school.
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    orieptate reacted to Linkin in How to download YouTube Video For Free?   
    YouTube only allows users to watch and view videos on their website. Many users want to download their favorite videos to their computer so they can watch them without being connected to the Internet or so they can watch them on other devices. Below are the steps required for downloading and watching YouTube videos on your computer for free.
     
    Go to http://www.wisevideosuite.com to download Wise Video Downloader.
     
    Open any YouTube video page and copy the URL of the video you want to download. 
     
    Once this address has been copied, paste that URL into the URL bar and click the Download button.
     

     
     
    Of course if you want to play the videos downloaded in multiple devices like your PC, your pad or smart phone. You are gonna need to convert them into different formats that is playable on these devices. Then the Convert feature comes in handy. It is a link to Wise Video Converter, which you can also download from http://www.wisevideosuite.com. The best thing about this converter is you don’t have to choose which format you need to convert into. Just drag and drop the video files to the corresponding big icons of devices, and then click Convert.
     

     

     
    Notice: Not all the videos can be downloaded by Wise Video Downloader. Statistics show that more than 80% of the video files can be downloaded by this software. Please keep this software updated. By default, Wise Video Downloader will download the 1280*720 pixel video.
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    orieptate reacted to bocciofila in comtinui blocchi   
    il sistema si blocca
     
     
     
    Operating system:Microsoft Windows XP (32 bit) Service Pack 3
    System root: C:WINDOWS
    Available physical memory: 383 MB
    CPU: AMD Athlon Processor
    Drive Info:
    C: 19,01 GB
    D: 9,41 GB
    Internet Explorer: 8.0
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    orieptate reacted to 「HiM」 in [Update] Indonesian Translation of Some WiseTools   
    WAS (Update to 1.55):
    Wise Auto Shutdown-Indonesian.zip

    WCr (Update to 4.53): [Translated by 「HiM」]
    Wise Care 365-Indonesian.zip

    WDR (Update to 3.87): [Translated by 「HiM」]
    Wise Data Recovery-Indonesian.zip
     
    WDC (Update to 9.42): [Translated by 「HiM」]
    Wise Disk Cleaner-Indonesian.zip
     
    WFD (Update to 1.42): [Translated by 「HiM」]
    Wise Force Deleter-Indonesian.zip
     
    WHK (Update to1.16): [Translated by 「HiM」]
    Wise Hotkey-Indonesian.zip
     
    WPA (Update to 1.48): [Translated by 「HiM」]
    Wise PC 1stAid-Indonesian.zip
     
    WPM (Update to 1.28): [Translated by 「HiM」]
    Wise Plugin Manager-Indonesian.zip

    WSM (Update to 1.44): [Translated by 「HiM」]
    Wise System Monitor-Indonesian.zip

    WVC (Update to 2.11): [Translated by 「HiM」]
    Wise Video Converter-Indonesian.zip
     
    WVD (Update to 2.45): [Translated by 「HiM」]
    Wise Video Downloader-Indonesian.zip
     
    *password (if needed): "dayat_lico"
     
    *updated of translation file
     
    *Sorry, if there are incorrect words in the translation
     
    *and sorry, for my bad english
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    orieptate reacted to WiseCleaner in Wise Disk Cleaner updated to newest version-7.85.555!   
    Hello everyone!

    Thanks for using Wise Disk Cleaner and your support to the product!

    We are keeping optimizing and adjusting new functions according to your ideas and suggestions!

    Now it’s time for the release of the newest version-7.85.555!

    Version:7.85.555
    What’s New:
     
    Some Hotkeys repaired. Updated various translations. Minor GUI improvements. Other minor improvement.  
    Get it now: http://www.wiseclean...m/download.html
    Add us to Friends on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wisecleanersoft
    Add us to Friends on Twitter:http://www.twitter.com/wisecleaner
     
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    orieptate reacted to xilolee in WiseProgramUninstaller feature requests, bug reports, updated translations   
    Translations for the new log
     
    Following is the Italian translation:
    [Translation] LangCode=0410 FrmMain.btnLog.Caption=Registro TfrmUnlog.caption=Registro di disinstallazione TfrmUnlog.head.unDate=Data di disinstallazione TfrmUnlog.head.ItemName=Oggetti disinstallati TfrmUnlog.head.restore=Oggetti rimasti TfrmUnlog.noItems=Nessun oggetto rimasto TfrmUnlog.Recovered=Recuperato TfrmUnlog.recover=Recupera ReadHabit=Left-to-right
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    orieptate reacted to jgt1942 in Does WC 365 Pro alter MS Word recent list   
    For several months my MS 2013 Word recent list and pinned list keep disappearing. Does WC 365 Pro alter the list? Often when I do have a recent list section some of the documents I have not opened in years. I've been trying to determine what application is at fault but so far I cannot determine what is altering the list(s). I'm running Win 8.1 x64 PRO and WC 365 Pro 3.8.2.
     
    I just attempted to paste the two keys in the post but it will not. I've got the two keys in the clipboard, I right-click, select Paste but nothing is pasted. If I go to another webpage that has a form that I can complete I can past the keys in the form thus the issue seems to be with the WC forum? Or am I doing something wrong? As a workaround I entered XXX and then used the replace function, the keys follow-
    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\15.0\Word\User MRU\LiveId_D6CF29E4B97077D0A76F7336D24E2C0D2CC2C35617F8F98E36F6D833C8F7EF13\Place MRU .
    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\15.0\Word\User MRU\LiveId_D6CF29E4B97077D0A76F7336D24E2C0D2CC2C35617F8F98E36F6D833C8F7EF13\File MRU
     
    The past ICON in the topic window does not work for me.
     
    I was using IE as the browser, I just tried the past function using Chrome and it worked. Normally I use Chrome but when I clicked on the W icon in WC it opened IE rather than my default browser. 
     
    I just checked the Exclusion list in WC and I see that Office has been excluded, based on this WC should not be modifying anything in office. Following is the exclusion.
    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\15.0\
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    orieptate reacted to 11Al in Auto cleanup not works   
    I have this problem with RG Portable version, the RG icon appears in system tray and then disappears after a few seconds. No message. After this I check manually, it deleted nothing. It doesn't work at all. Then I checked in the Windows TaskScheduler and I have seen that the task is set up for Windows 2000 and XP, maybe the parameters of the task would be updated.
    Anyway in the scheduled task, it would be added the option of repeating task if the PC was turn off, hibernate or sleep at the scheduled moment. 
    Thanks in advance.
     
    Windows 8.1 Pro x86.
     
    Happy holiday
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