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moataz

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About moataz

  • Birthday 03/11/1982

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    Windows 8.1 x64
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  1. This is a small tool that kills Visual Studio 2017 ServiceHubs, here.
  2. I don't care about privacy much since I block VS (devenv.exe itself) most of the time, I just don't want useless processes to consume my RAM/CPU. By the way I found a solution to prevent vs2017 servicehub.*.exe from running along with devenv.exe, without crashing, but I don't like Microsoft to know about it now.
  3. I don't expect NoelC to run out of choices, they are human, and human do faults always, and they mostly put their efforts at useless things (like Ads), and we still have firewalls (I use this) and C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts (which I don't like to edit it manually extensively). Most of the time I'm even blocking svchost.exe (BITS service), to prevent Windows or 3rd parties (like google chrome) from updating in background, I'm always monitoring network bandwidth (up/down), so I know When and Who is making traffic, if I allow it to do so in the 1st place. And I never used w10 before, so I'm bit optimistic than you NoelC
  4. Any idea about VS 2017, its named "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio\2017\Community\Common7\ServiceHub\", but deleting/renaming it crashes VS.
  5. Sphinx Windows er, 10, Firewall Control

    Thanks for sharing your knowledge... I downloaded it but found it not intuitive as something like Bandwidth Meter firewall, Can I use it to block Chrome, Skype from Auto-update, but not the entire Internet ?
  6. OldNewExplorer 1.1.8

    This problem still exist.
  7. Post your Windows 10 Upgrade experience

    Thanks, I saw your lap pic already, and that what makes me wandered if RAID possible for laptops, previously I looked at laptops with 2 HDD bays, but the price was very high, and only on high-end ones. Do you know any model with low price, and whats your own ?
  8. Post your Windows 10 Upgrade experience

    About the talk of RAID, can I make RAID using laptop with one Internal SATA 3.0 500GB HDD & External USB 3.0 500GB, or it just work for PCs an Servers ?
  9. OldNewExplorer 1.1.8

    1st thanks for fixing Microsoft messing with Windows. The program worked good so far. (ver 1.1.5.1) on (Win8.1 Ent 64bit) Recently I discovered an issue with Lenovo SHAREit (the Windows desktop version). It starts without an error/crash, but no UI, unless I end it with Process Explorer, then uninstall OldNewExplorer, then run SHAREit again. any idea ?
  10. IDM resumer

    updated to v1.5 or from Softpedia.
  11. IDM resumer

    IDM resumer v1.5 Description: ============ - Stop an Internet Download Manager download, run IDM resumer from USB drive or something, then save the download, go to other Microsoft Windows then resume it. - Works on any Windows, from XP to 8.1 (32/64bit) Requirements: ============= 1- .NET 4.0 for Windows older than 8. 2- Internet Download Manager. Some common scenarios: ====================== 1- You want to install new Windows|restore a Windows image|test something on another existing Windows, but you don't want to lose a running download. 2- Power failure that may take time, but you want that download now. 3- Internet connection problems|Network overload, that force you to continue the download from somewhere else. 4- You are temporarily staying in some place, but need to leave now, and take the unfinished download with you. Change-log: =========== v1.5 - Fix: Saved downloads mightn't detected when resuming. v1.4 - Fix: Resuming was not working for v1.3. v1.3 - Fix: Some unfinished downloads caused the program to crash, when trying to read its info. (Dailymotion videos). - Changed: Prevented resuming an already resumed download. - Changed: Simple enhancement to the statusbar. v1.2 - Fix: The program may crash when you try to run it from the root of a partition. - Fix: Some unfinished downloads was not detected (Youtube). - Changed: The layout of the download list, is now a table with more description. - Removed: Tooltips moved to the status bar. - Other minor improvements. v1.1 - First working release. IDM resumer v1.5.zip
  12. Is it possible to update wimboot recovery image?

    I suggest using this command, to remove unnecessary updates: dism /Online /cleanup-image /startcomponentcleanup /resetbase If You want to update things to WIMBoot file, 1- Boot to Windows 8.1 Recovery Environment (RE), reach to command prompt. Get Windows 8.1 drive letter by running: diskpartlis volexit2- format Windows 8.1 drive letter partition (this will remove any updates happened from the creation date of the WIMBoot file): format %letter% /Q /y /v:Windows83- Apply the WIMBoot file (as not WIMBoot file): DISM /Apply-Image /ApplyDir:%letter% /ImageFile:%Fullpath%\Install.wim /Index:1 /ScratchDir:%Fullpath%\Scratch%letter%\Windows\System32\bcdboot %letter%\Windows4- Update your Windows and make sure its good, then again go to Win RE to capture Windows (as WIMBoot file): DISM /Capture-Image /WIMBoot /CaptureDir:%letter% /ImageFile:%Fullpath%\Install.wim /Name:"WIMBoot 8.1" /ScratchDir:%Fullpath%\ScratchYou'll have to repeat all the steps to update the WIMBoot file again.
  13. Aero Glass GUI

    It works now, but i have 1 issue and 1 suggestion in my mind: 1- Remove/combine system-wide settings (because it is confusing): It didn't modify any thing i think, I mean combining the Registry areas (current user + local machine), so the user won't be confused about what is valid throught current user OR local machine 1- Ability to enable/disable the Aero glass
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