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Calibre 2.50.1

– Calibre 2.50.1 –

Calibre is a free and very useful program that helps you to read, manage convert your personal e-book library.

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JIRA CORE - Prova su strada 2

JIRA CORE – proseguiamo la prova su strada

In questo post andremo a proseguire la prova su strada. Passiamo a visionare l’installazione web.

Dove eravamo rimasti…

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Atlassian

Retro Review: Suikoden II

For years, I have seen people call Suikoden II one of the greatest RPGs ever made, but until recently, I had never played the series. Thanks to the PlayStation Store, I have finally rectified this issue. 1,402 more words

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What’s the Difference Between 32-bit and 64-bit Windows?

Whether shopping for a new computer or upgrading an old one, you’ve likely come across the the “64-bit” designation and wondered what it meant. Read on as we explain what Windows 7 64-bit is and why you’d want a piece of that 64-bit pie. 1,725 more words

Windows

7-Zip 15.12

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7-Zip is a program that helps you to easily manage your personal archives  with it .

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Windows File System Redirector with Chef Client/Ruby

I was recently using the windows_zipfile resource to unzip content to the path C:\Windows\System32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\Modules as part of a recipe in a Chef cookbook which would complete successfully, but on observation would unzip the contents to C:\Windows\SysWow64\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\Modules and cause an error when further resources references this source. 98 more words

Chef

Some Familiar Looking Unreleased Sega 32X Games

Ok – few consoles have flopped so dramatically as the Sega 32X (Sega Mega Drive 32X here in the UK and Europe). I can see where Sega were going with the idea and had it come out about two years earlier and not been as messy to plug in to your Mega Drive/Mega CD (which required 3 AC adapters if you had all three!) then it might have been a success. 840 more words

Retrogaming