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Comodo Time Machine should go burn in a really, really large fire.
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June 14, 2010
6:19 AM
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I’m thinking about making a website which people can download files of programs and apps to fix their computers or to pimp ‘em up. Though, I need my fellow techies to help me choose which apps should go to which. 

 

I’ll announce it in the summer… stay tuned…

 

~Joji~

June 14, 2010
6:27 AM
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@ Joji: I think Conno9 means that you start a new thread on a given topic, of the type he suggested, and then write your reviews, walkthroughs, etc in there. That way it isn’t thread-jacking, as you have now done a number of times in this one. Make them knowledgeable and interesting so people will learn something or take something away from them. Steer away from they hyper, manic nonsensical stuff that you’ve been posting of late … that way you will help people and not bug them.

 

“Peace if possible, truth at all costs.” – Martin Luther King Jr
June 14, 2010
6:29 AM
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@ Joji: Sounds like a good suggestion. On your own website you can rant, rave, do whatever you like without anyone coming down on you.

“Peace if possible, truth at all costs.” – Martin Luther King Jr
June 14, 2010
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phoenix_rising said:

@ Joji: Sounds like a good suggestion. On your own website you can rant, rave, do whatever you like without anyone coming down on you.


Is that suppose to be a compliment or mock… -_-” No, it’ll say “powered by Dot.Tech” btw…

 

…wasn’t I still on topic though… threadjacking is sure confusing…

 

 

~Joji~

June 14, 2010
6:40 AM
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@ Joji: Take it however you choose, but it was meant to be supportive. Enough of this now, ok. You’ve been given some good advice by a number of people and some good suggestions. So take them on board, hey. Back to the topic at hand … this thread has been jacked long enough.

“Peace if possible, truth at all costs.” – Martin Luther King Jr
June 14, 2010
6:55 AM
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phoenix_rising said:

Back to the topic at hand … this thread has been jacked long enough.


Okay i’ll restart this,
 

There is a program that i used recently as it was reccomended on lifehacker:

http://lifehacker.com/5561303/…..-slowdowns

Its called Soluto, it’s intentions seem quite good, although after using it, i have to say that i never will again. I suppose it was my own fault in the first place, Soluto is a program to help speed up the startup of your computer, although my startup was already very quick, but i installed this to see if it was any good and to see what my boot time was and what was slowing it, after using it, the boot time decreased so much that i couldn’t cope with it, it was coming on at boot time and slowing down the computer more than anything else, it’s interface is too falshy and it takes up too much resources, i uninstalled it the same hour. Unfortunately, the damage was done, my startup was ruined. i am still trying to initiate repairs to fix this thing, but so far i’ve got nothing. I’ll soon fix it but my point is, i shouldn’t have to in the first place.

 

Here is my post on Lifehacker about this:

http://lifehacker.com/comment/24356209

 

So this is another one of the many programs i am tossing into the flames, i don’t know, it might be useful to someone else, but atm not for me.

 

BURN!!!!!!!

Difficult, to be sure…..but it shall be done!!
June 14, 2010
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If it sucks, then burn ‘em. Mwa ha ha… don’t forget Trend Micro… Trend Micro…

 

Though, you can also do no GUI boot too you know. That’s a good alternative. It makes startup faster by 4 milliseconds. Laugh

 

Steps:

Run -> msconfig -> BOOT.INI -> /NOGUIBOOT -> Apply -> Restart system

 

Hope that helped.

 

~Joji~

June 14, 2010
11:33 AM
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(Off topic) First off, Joji I never said you were a child or even meant you, Just some of these comments sounded very childish. I did mention I wasn’t trying to be rude, I love children, well at least mine 2 and 4.
To Sean and Conn09, Teens are cool ok, I used to be one, actually still wish I was sometimes.
So Joji where about in Canada are you, I’m from ON, any rage about Americans always thinking we say eh! all the time?
Well not much time to converse and no point in insulting anyone (truly wasn’t trying to). Seems like a cool community you have going here and hope I can contribute when I have time.

June 14, 2010
3:59 PM
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Joji said:

 No, it’ll say “powered by Dot.Tech” btw…


 

Make sure to get Ashraf’s permission.  Laugh

This whole thread said:

(Long and convoluted story about what words are allowed on dotTech)

Ahem.  http://dottech.org/forums/announcements/forum-rules-and-regulations

rodken said:

Seems like a cool community you have going here and hope I can contribute when I have time.


 

It is a really fun place most of the time.  Laugh

Oh, the site that was :(
June 14, 2010
4:13 PM
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Just a hint Joji. This is the kind of comment that annoys people:

Joji said:

If it sucks, then burn ‘em. Mwa ha ha… don’t forget Trend Micro… Trend Micro…

This is a very helpful comment that gives someone a possible answer to a problem: 

Though, you can also do no GUI boot too you know. That’s a good alternative. It makes startup faster by 4 milliseconds. Laugh

Steps:

Run -> msconfig -> BOOT.INI -> /NOGUIBOOT -> Apply -> Restart system


June 14, 2010
6:18 PM
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karen said:

Just a hint Joji. This is the kind of comment that annoys people:

Joji said:

If it sucks, then burn ‘em. Mwa ha ha… don’t forget Trend Micro… Trend Micro…

This is a very helpful comment that gives someone a possible answer to a problem: 

Though, you can also do no GUI boot too you know. That’s a good alternative. It makes startup faster by 4 milliseconds. Laugh

Steps:

Run -> msconfig -> BOOT.INI -> /NOGUIBOOT -> Apply -> Restart system



Whoa whattttt!? “it sucks” is a annoying word to you guys!?

 

じ ———-

 

I don’t get this at all…  but if you go to page 2, you will see why Trend Micro is “not prefered by the majority of people in the tech world” (good enough alternative to “Trend Micro sucks”!?).

 

Some of you are very confusing… >_< I don’t get this at all. Sorry if I’m slow with all this, I’m bit of a slow learner. XD

June 14, 2010
7:25 PM
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joji, not you’re just being cheeky. saying shi isn’t funy, even if it’s in anouther language -.-

June 14, 2010
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sean said:

joji, not you’re just being cheeky. saying shi isn’t funy, even if it’s in anouther language -.-


It’s actually a sound effect… or action actually in Japanese. It’s when you stare at a person in confusion. That’s what “じ ———-” means. Watch some anime and you’ll know what I mean. Wink

 

Please don’t be confused… it’s not a swearing word, heck it’s not even close. It’s just an expression/action usually used in anime got it?

 

~Joji~

June 15, 2010
1:56 PM
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Joji said:

If it sucks, then burn ‘em. Mwa ha ha… don’t forget Trend Micro… Trend Micro…


Whoa whattttt!? “it sucks” is a annoying word to you guys!?


Not the actual words “it sucks”, but the implied intent and tone of voice behind them. The context of the rest of the sentence shows an attitude that is what annoys people. If instead, you had said something like “Trend Micro has caused me (or other people) the following problems … I think it sucks and should burn with Comodo”, then the language would be ok.

See the difference?
 

June 15, 2010
6:08 PM
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karen said:

Joji said:

If it sucks, then burn ‘em. Mwa ha ha… don’t forget Trend Micro… Trend Micro…


Whoa whattttt!? “it sucks” is a annoying word to you guys!?


Not the actual words “it sucks”, but the implied intent and tone of voice behind them. The context of the rest of the sentence shows an attitude that is what annoys people. If instead, you had said something like “Trend Micro has caused me (or other people) the following problems … I think it sucks and should burn with Comodo”, then the language would be ok.

See the difference?


オオオオオ!!! カレン、すごい!(translation: Karen, amazing!)  I get it… well I don’t think it that way. When  I say it, it’s almost like a general talk in a medium voiced tone. No anger or anything. Though I guess it could get misleading to some. Alright then.

 

~Joji~

June 16, 2010
1:23 PM
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@Joji – I hope you do get it. I’m sure you could help a lot of people out if you tried.

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