Tag Archives: 2017

Peles C the IDE for C programming language.

Pelles C is “a complete development kit for Windows and Pocket PC” centered around an optimizing C compiler based on lcc (not lcc-win32/64). Both Win32 and Win64 versions are available and are being actively maintained.
Pelles C IDE, Compiler, Linker, Librarys, Helpfiles, Examples, Registryeditor for 64-bit Windows
Support for 32- and 64-bit projects
Languages: English, Swedish, German, French, Greek
This version of Pelles C supports Windows Vista/7/8.
Please uninstall any older version of Pelles C before installing.
You can use by add SDK with examples and help, 32 and 64-bit.

You can get this IDE from here.
I don’t come with one tutorial because this IDE come with examples and is easy to build source code.

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News: The best browser Avira Scout.

Today I tested the Avira Scout This is a web browser where the best tools Chrome-based secure browser with some interesting additions.
Come with Safe Browsing features supported by Avira.
The aforementioned Browser Safety plugins to screen out malicious URLs also is a part of Avira Security

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JavaScript – toggle button example.

Is a simple example about toggle button.
You need to start with input button and then get the state of this

Then add the type and id and style.
You can remove the text-indent: -9999px; and Toggle button if you don’t want to see text to this toggle button.
Let’s see the full source code and how is working.
The part after hr tag with button and paragraph tag id=output is just for tested the toggle button.
You can make a html file and put this source code to test it.

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Windows 10 Edge – enable extensions.

To enable extensions into Windows 10 Edge browser just type into Edge address bar:
about:config
and check the Enable extension developer features.
You can deal with extensions by click on in the Edge’s bar – ExtensionsGet Extensions from the Store.

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Article about NVIDIA processes.

According to this article the NVIDIA driver come with many useful processes:
Depending on how you use your video card, you may be able to disable even more processes.
NVIDIA Backend (NvBackend.exe) – This is part of Nvidia GeForce Experience.
NVIDIA Capture Server (nvspcaps64.exe) – Also part of GeForce Experience powering the ShadowPlay functionality. ShadowPlay enables you to record your games on your computer.
NVIDIA GeForce Experience Service (GfExperienceService.exe) – The main GeForce Experience service.
NVIDIA Network Service (NvNetworkService.exe) – Also installed with the GeForce Experience service. It prevents the update feature to work correctly which means that you won’t get new driver notifications or game setting update notifications anymore. If is however not required to run GeForce Experience, and you may disable it. You will get an error dialog box however when you run GeForce Experience after stopping the Network Service (you find it under Services: stop it there and change its startup type to disabled or manual).
NVIDIA User Experience Driver Component (nvxdsync.exe) – Virtually no information about the process is found on the Internet. The few resources found suggest it is used for 3D only.

Not useful for most users (my own opinion).

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