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“Microsoft Monday" is a weekly column that focuses on all things Microsoft. This week, Microsoft Monday includes details about an update about the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, new features coming to Windows 10, the return of Bitcoin payment support and much more! Microsoft Is Testing An Improved Quiet Hours Feature In Windows 10 According to eWeek, Microsoft is now testing a...
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More and more ppl are moving from traditional cable service to cheaper alternatives. I've been testing out an IPTV service for the last couple weeks called Setvnow. The channel selection and stream quality are pretty damn good even on my slower speed net. Large selection of movie stations, regular tv stations and sports stations. I don't think you could miss any sporting event with the number...
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Greetings Eggheads,   As you might have noticed, the egghelp.org Tcl script archive has not been accepting new submissions for the past several years. The egghelp forum still hosts script releases, but the egghelp Tcl script archive has always been the most popular resource to search for Eggdrop Tcl scripts. We are proud to announce that after this slight hiatus, the egghelp archive...
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    Download BitchX Source Latest: bitchx-1.2.1.tar.gz MD5sum: 4da13a2dcfa17847168e50e62be4f67a   Older version: ircii-pana-1.1-final.tar.gz MD5sum: 611d2dda222f00c10140236f4c331572     Download BitchX Binaries On Debian you can simply: # apt-get install...
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Skype revolutionised IP-based video calling to such an extent it became a verb, much like Google. This largely consumer technology went pro in 2011 when Microsoft bought the firm for $8.5bn. Microsoft, of course, already had IP-based video as part of its unified communications platform, first with Office Communicator and then Lync, which combined voice, video, instant messaging and...
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CMD, PowerShell and Bash. Three command line interfaces should be enough for anyone?   Microsoft has announced that Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) is coming to Windows Server. Microsoft's adding it to Windows Server for the same reasons it added it to Windows: it wants developers to have whatever tools they prefer at their disposal. Sysadmins are also on Redmond's mind, it says. “If...