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  • CCleaner 3, νέα χαρακτηριστικά και x64 native installer

    CCleaner hasn't seen many major revisions since Piriform launched it in 2004, but debuting today, CCleaner 3 includes some extremely useful new features that make it worth the upgrade.[PRBREAK][/PRBREAK]

    One of the biggest is a drive-wiping tool that can wipe all the data from your hard drive, but can also scrub only the available free space. As with many of the tools in CCleaner, it's fairly nuanced and allows for a simple one-pass overwrite and three levels of secure deletion. These include a Department of Defense-level three-pass option, a National Security Administration-level seven-pass cleaning, and a 35-pass Gutmann-level deep scrub. Note that the more passes you select, the slower the deletion process.
    Another key improvement to CCleaner 3 has been adding more options to pre-existing features. You can now select specific Internet cookies to keep, across all your browsers, while CCleaner deletes the rest in Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Opera, and Safari. The internal scanning tech that powers CCleaner has been improved, according to Piriform, and the interface received some minor tweaks. There's also a new native installer for x64, and environment variables have been added for %SystemDirectory%, %SystemDirectory32%, and %SystemDirectory64%.

    Version 3 supports more Windows programs than before, including added support for Microsoft Silverlight Isolated Storage, AVG 2011, Audacity, LogMeIn Hamachi, BitTorrent, and Windows Game Explorer. Pre-existing support has been improved for Google Chrome, Internet Explorer 9 beta, and the torrent managing client Vuze.

  • Gigabyte GeForce GTX 480 SOC

    Καλά νέα στέλνει η GigaByte, καθώς ετοιμάζεται μια νέα έκδοση Super Overclock (SOC) της GeForce GTX 480.
    Η νέα μέθοδος ψ

  • Asus WiCast: Wireless 1080p στην τηλεόραση σας.

    My first test was to see if the WiCast could hit 1080p, and sure enough it could. Latency, at least on the Windows desktop, was invisible. At 1080p (60Hz), the solution was largely seamless. In fact the only artifacting I really saw was in high-contrast areas, where there would be slight flickering on the edges of shapes and letters. [PRBREAK][/PRBREAK]The whole image appeared slightly darker than it did on a wired connection.

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