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Sep 9, 2011

Encoding Decoding Free (Codifica Decodifica Free) 2.3.0

The program is completely free, easy, fast and secure way to encode and decode any type of file, which also integrates seamlessly into Windows Explorer.
Be used to hide all the sensitive data and important that we want to keep away from prying eyes.

Here are the features:
  1. Disarming ease of use;
  2. Coding of any type of files;
  3. Integration in Windows Explorer for a more rapid;
  4. Creating one password for decryption (in addition to the hidden internal);
  5. Secure encryption of login passwords, pin codes, serial numbers, etc..;
  6. Inability of systems to be cracked by "Brute Force" (if the password is wrong does not display the classic error message intercepted by the crackers, but it is decoded in the wrong way the file will appear illegible).

Please note that - Be careful not to forget the password, otherwise we will not be able to decode the encrypted files once!
The new version is not compatible with older versions 1.xx, so before using the new program is recommended to reverse the old files with older versions of Encoding Decoding Free.





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Listen N Write (Ascolta e Scrivi) 1.2.0.8

The program fast and easy to listen to and transcribe the lectures, interviews and recorded lectures!
The program allows you to listen to any media files both audio and video, with a difference from the common player is equipped with convenient buttons that let you move back and forth a few seconds and a built-in text editor, in addition, each time you press Press "pause" to transcribe the text listened to the program sends the playback of 1 second behind facilitating playback of the last words that are often difficult to understand (often truncated or not "stored" in the lead), preventing the user face this manually, allowing you to make transcripts quickly and, expecially, without "going crazy" who from time to time the progress has to move the cursor back and forth to listen to the words or phrases not included (the precise point I do not never guess!).

The program is especially recommended for:
students who record lectures;
professionals such as journalists, the nature of their work, often exhausting and continuous forced to transcripts of interviews;
frequent refresher courses, conferences, workshops, seminars, etc..



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DICS - Document Issuing and Control System 3.00.02

A useful document control and management system

DICS is a comprehensive computer programme designed specifically for the management of controlled company documentation. DICS is intended to be used by those Quality, Health and Safety or Environmental professionals with responsibilities for the issuing, updating and removal of controlled documentation.

DICS’s primary objective is to make the management of your company controlled documentation simpler, less bureaucratic and more efficient. DISC will aid companies in meeting the requirements of their Quality, Safety and / or Environmental Management System requirements for the control of documentation.

DICS allows companies to manage their controlled document process from the initial review / validation and issuing through to the documentation acknowledgement sign off and any subsequent amendments, updates or withdrawal requests.

DICS will also provide users with comprehensive reporting to allow the document controller to take decisions based on real data, ensuring the right document are at the right locations efficiently.

Here are some key features of "DICS - Document Issuing and Control System":
  • Indicate approval of document adequacy prior to issue
  • Record and update as necessary and re-approve documents
  • Ensure that changes and the current revision status of documents are identified
  • Ensure that relevant versions of applicable documents are available at points of use
  • Ensure that documents of external origin are identified and their distribution managed
  • Control of obsolete documents
  • Allow easy auditing of the document control system


What's New in This Release:
  • Read Write or Read Only login for users
  • Ability to be able to record Document Verification Checks (i.e available, correct issue, legiable etc), with supporting reports and stats
  • Quick status report button showing key information to the document controller
  • Auto screen resolution forms can now automatically adjust in size to match the users monitor resolution
  • Ability to record more details in regards to document owners including name, title and full address
  • Ability to set your own document acknowledgement timescale between 7 and 31 days (presently fixed 21days)
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Windows 8 vs. Windows 7 – Boot Performance Comparison

The winner of the first Windows 8 vs. Windows 7 boot performance measuring contest is clear, and I doubt that we’ll ever see a comeback from Windows Vista’s successor in future comparisons. 

An important aspect of Windows 8’s evolution is the fine tuning of the start-up process. Technologies such as solid state drive (SSDs) and Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) aside, the next iteration of Windows comes with optimizations which will let Windows 7 in its boot dust. 

Featuring a new start-up mechanism which combines cold boot with resuming from hibernate, Windows 8 delivers unmatched speed, drastically reducing the time it takes toreach Metro-ready or desktop-ready. 

The next version of Windows closes user sessions on shutdown, but makes sure to hibernate the kernel session. 

Only a small portion of memory is actually written to disk, it’s what the Redmond company calls, session 0 hibernation, as opposed to full hibernation. 

“If you’re not familiar with hibernation, we’re effectively saving the system state and memory contents to a file on disk (hiberfil.sys) and then reading that back in on resume and restoring contents back to memory,” explained Gabe Aul, a director of program management in Windows.

“Using this technique with boot gives us a significant advantage for boot times, since reading the hiberfile in and reinitializing drivers is much faster on most systems (30-70% faster on most systems we’ve tested).”

The two graphics included with this article, courtesy of Microsoft, reveal the comparison between the new Windows 8 start boot and the old Windows 7 cold boot. 

It’s rather obvious, that no matter the actual device customers will be running, it will deliver superior boot performance if it’s running Windows 8 as opposed to Windows 7. 

“It’s faster because resuming the hibernated system session is comparatively less work than doing a full system initialization, but it’s also faster because we added a new multi-phase resume capability, which is able to use all of the cores in a multi-core system in parallel, to split the work of reading from the hiberfile and decompressing the contents,” Aul added.



Users can watch a video of Windows 8 booting on an EliteBook 8640p (Intel Core i7-2620M, 8GB, 160GB SSD) in just 8 seconds below.


Samsung and Microsoft team up to create hardware for Windows 8 Tablet

Samsung seems to be hedging its bets with Google and Android by joining with Microsoft to design the next generation tablet computer running Windows 8. Samsung has long used Microsoft’s operating system, but this the first time the two companies have worked together on hardware building a device from the ground up. Several sources have reported that a prototype version of Samsung’s new tablet will be shown at the upcoming Microsoft BUILD conference in to be held next week in California. A few sites have even speculated that there will be a giveaway of the tablets at the keynote event to encourage developers to write for Windows 8. 


Not much is known about the latest version of Microsoft Windows other than rumors that it may be able to run Windows Phone applications as well as Windows 7 applications. Samsung is a major smart phone, PC and tablet maker and would benefit with a closer relationship with Microsoft to lessen dependence on the Android operation system. In light of Google’s recent purchase of Motorola Mobility and subsequent statements that Google may start treating its new handset acquisition as first among equals in deployment of Android updates, it is wise to have other options.

There has been rampant speculation as to the hardware specs of the new tablet, but it is not likely that anything will be revealed until the keynote address and both Microsoft and Samsung are keeping quiet on the matter.

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