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Software Recommendation: Integrate iPhone 4S with Windows Seven.

Q: Software Recommendation: Integrate iPhone 4S with Windows Seven.

I have a iPhone 4S and use the native calendar app to run my life.
I would like to integrate the events in my calendar app to display on the desktop (maybe as a gadget) of my computer. I use a Windows Seven Ultimate 64-bit SP1.
Using outlook didn't workout so good.. My events doubled up on my phone on the 2nd sync. Plus. At the time, I couldn't workout how to display the events on my desktop. Maybe it was because I didn't configure the gadget correctly.

Ideal software would be able to do..
- Show events on the current day on the desktop.
- Show up coming events within the next 7 days on the desktop.
- Update every time i sync my phone. (iTunes has the ability to sync certain things (such as contacts and calendars).

Anyone have ideas on what software I can use to do this?

Preferred Solution: Software Recommendation: Integrate iPhone 4S with Windows Seven.

I recommend downloading and running Reimage. It's a computer repair tool that has been proven to identify and fix many Windows problems with a high level of success.

I've used it in the past to identify and fix everything from blue screens (BSOD's), ActiveX errors, corrupt files and processes, dll/exe/sys errors, recover lost memory, Windows update problems, defragging, malware removal etc.

You can download it direct from this link http://downloadreimage.com/download.php. (This link will automatically start a download of Reimage that you can save to your computer.)

A: Software Recommendation: Integrate iPhone 4S with Windows Seven.

I found the outlook.com calendar to be the best,
Apple does not agree with Office calendar if that's the calendar you had issues with ?
Not very specific "outlook calendar"

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Back in the XP days I used to integrate all the drivers and other machine specific software onto the CD I used for installation however things have changed a lot since then so I was wondering how to do the same things with a Windows 10 USB drive?

If it makes any difference here is a list of that needs drivers/software post-install

Intel Rapid Storage
Samsung Magician
Intel Management Engine
Card Reader (RICOH)
Audio drivers/software (Conexant)

The card reader and management engine are just a bunch of drivers and some inf files for install but things like the Rapid Storage and Samsung Magician will need automatic calling with command line switches for a silent install.

It isn't a huge deal to me but this is a test system (ThinkPad T420s) that I wipe every couple of weeks to play around and it would save me 10 minutes or so each time if it can be done.

A:How to integrate drivers/software to a Windows 10 USB?

You would have to roll your own custom install.

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The addons are programs for your Windows installation.
Integrate them as hotfixes with nLite and they will be silently installed during Windows setup

What You Need:
- nLite
- .Net Framework 2.0
- Windows CD

The whole procedure takes from 5 to 20 minutes (burning of the CD included).

How To Do It:
1. Copy the content of your Windows install CD to your hard drive.
2. Watch the video (~2 mins, 1MB), after that burn the created ISO either with Nero or with nLite's integrated burner.

Download VIDEO HowTo: GigaSize or RogePost (1,2MB)
Here is the list of all addons for nLite that I have created
last updated: 08/12/2006

NONE of these addons contain spyware, google toolbars or other annoyances
Most of them are freeware.

3D Box Shot Maker 1.0
123 Free Solitaire 2006
7-Zip 4.42

ABC 3.1
AbiWord 2.4.6
AC3 Filter 1.11
Ad-Aware SE Personal 1.06
Ant Movie Catalog
Ant Renamer 2.09
Arcade Classic Games Pack 5.0
ATI Tray Tools
ATnotes 9.5
Atomic Clock Sync
Audacity 1.2.6
Audiograbber 1.83 Build 1
AutoIt 3.1.1
Avant Browser 11.0 Build 25
AVG AntiVirus Free 7.5.432
AviSplit 1.42
AxCrypt 1.6.3

Badges 1.0.1
Blender 2.42a
BricoPacks Collection
BSPlayer 1.37.826
BSPlayer Pro 2.12.941
Burrrn 1.14 beta 2

CabPack 1.4
CamStudio 2.0
CCleaner 1.35.424 Slim
Citrus Alarm Clock 1.0.5
Converber 4.10
Convert 4.10
CPU-Z 1.38
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A:[GUIDE] Integrate software into your Windows installation CD

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I already have a home security camera system. What I'am looking for is software I can put on my desk top that will notify me on my iphone when motion detection is activated. As well as allow me
to monitor the cameras from my iphone.

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I have wonder that,
Can we have another way to build up all software that we want to installed into windows software that when we install windows and those software will automatic install with windows.
I am sorry for my English.

A:Software integrate

No, you can't but see my reply to your other thread.
Windows Installation

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When I was in high school I recall that the computers we used had software installed that would prevent any changes to the hard drive, if I remember correctly it would revert to a set state each time the machine was rebooted. I'm looking for software that will serve a similar function for the computer I'm using, in my living room, to play ROMs on my television. As this computer is constantly in use by guest, wanting to check their Facebook or show me a video on You Tube, I want some software to put this machine on lockdown. I don't want any users to be able to even so much as save a text file on the partition I put my OS on. Any advice of what software to try will be greatly appreciated.

A:Software Recommendation

Have a look at this recent thread http://forums.techguy.org/all-other-software/932358-protect-your-pc-free.html

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Can anyone recommend me a good program that shows a detailed information of a person in a new folder when I clicked on the name?
Thx a lot..

A:Need a software recommendation..


can you please give some more detail on what you are asking for?

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I need help desk software, preferably free. I need to have a simple ticket system. Needs to run on my system, not a server or network. Any ideas?

A:Need software recommendation

Pinki if you mean an office type program then this is no slouch and is free

Download Kingsoft Office Suite Free 2013 Free

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Can anyone recommend some word processing software that will enable me to place text with precision?

For example if I type a date ("04/27/02") and I want to place that field EXACTLY 3 centimeters from the top of the page and 4 cm from the right hand side, is there a program that will let me do it (do it easily that is, not having to calculate "leading" and page margins, and font sizes and all that junk). Ideally, I would just like to type various fields anywhere on the page, then select them with a mouse and have a pop-up box that allows me to specify where they should go in relation to a fixed reference point.

As a second choice, is there a program that will allow me to scan in a pre-printed form and then show that form in a "WYSIWYG" format, so I can over-type the entries where they belong, then load the pre-printed forms into my printer and get all the fields going exactly where they should?

Lastly, what are people using for encryption these days? Are people mostly using "PGP" or "Blowfish" or is there something new?

[Thanking everyone in advance for their input!]

A:Want Software Recommendation

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We are wanting to set up our printer at work so that all the students printing comes to one printer. They need to be able to use their student number to print, and we need to keep track of how much they print. We would like a set up where they can pay credit and we can keep track of it thru the printer.

Does anyone know of a program that is capapble of this?

A:Software Recommendation?

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I would like to find a good software product that permits me to backup my operating system.

However, everything I've looked at requires that a diskette be used; or when backup is completed, the CD is only good for a full system restore (i.e. drive format, OS reload; and done).

Since I have many products on my system that have been provided by my company, I would like to find something that will:

1) Create a bootable CD at the time a backup is initiated.
2) Backup the OS (WinXP Pro) AND the software that has been installed.
3) Initiate a seperate backup for the data.
4) Should a restore be required, allow me to reinstall all or part of the software products that were backed up (their configuration and feature settings - including the OS and any/all features/configuration of the OS.)

Is there anything like that out there. While I consider myself at an intermediate level (certainly not expert) when it comes to PC knowledge; I am really confused when trying to read the abilities of the software as stated on the box.

Any help is appreciated.

- Jim

A:Need a recommendation on Software

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I've been getting some BSD and errors for a few weeks. Not been able to get the message.

I did see you have a BSD area - but I've still got tech support with DHell and so will try them first (although, so far they're saying it's not hardware and wanting me to reformat).

Anyway, someone suggested a program called system mechanic - is it any good?

If it's good, is there any comparable free-ware programs that do what it does?

A:recommendation on software

There are not any magic programs that do everything, as much as you might see advertised occasionally. Problem solving software is generally targeted at specific problems, such as anti-malware software for killing a virus or something like MemTest86 for testing RAM.

Does your BSD provide an error code or any sort of wording that might (usually cryptically or broadly) describe the problem?

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hello i'd like a software recommendation, we're looking for a cost-effective enterprise antivirus solution, I've read about Symantec AntiVirus Corporate Edition

i'd like to read some comments/opinions,


A:software recommendation


I have experience in several of these programs and still have to recommend the Symantec AntiVirus as the least intrusive and least anoying program that is available. What I mean by this is that the process of protecting your computer does not interfere with normal operation while staying up to date and effective. If you have the autoupdate on and the scanner set for a specific scan time, you will be well pleased.

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A friend of mine does karoke parties as a side job. He is wanting to tranfer all his songs from CD+G discs to his laptop so he wont have to tote around the discs and player. Can anyone recommend any software other than MS media player?

I see all kinds of CDG and CD+G software online. But I think those are for burning discs. He just needs something that will copy to a hardrive for playback. Being able to play the songs back from a laptop would be nice.

Or does anyone have any other suggestions?


A:CD+G software recommendation

You need a CDRW than can read CD+G, such as some Plextor drives. Then get hold od MP3TOOLZ, but to make that work, you also need to install M$ .NET stuff.

Have a look here:

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I need to find a different AV program.  I am currently using WebRoot and it is interfering with a few of my programs.  I have a music notation system and it totally screws up the functions, special menu item toolbars.  I've tested it and the functions work properly when I disable the Identity Protection feature.  I've traded many emails with the technical people at Finale and we've determined it is Webroot that is causing the problem.  He has had issues with other customers using WebRoot.  I am also having issues with a program that calculates math.
I have been in touch with WebRoot and they said they will work with me to resolve the issue.  However, I have A LOT of work to do (and to catch up with due to these issues) and just want to migrate to a different program that will be hassle free.  I've asked the software people what exactly is causing this issue but they won't share that information.  I want to know so I can make sure the next program won't have the same problem.
I used to use AVG free version and had quite a few instances of my email/flickr accounts being compromised.  I have had no problem of this nature with WebRoot.
Can someone suggest another AV program that won't interfere with my software?
Much thanks.

A:Need AV Software Recommendation

Emsisoft Anti-Malware which is also an anti-virus program, not free after 30 days trial.  To me, it is a little more assertive than Malwarebytes Anti-Malware [another good program].  Emsisoft set up automatically creates rules for many known-good applications and utilities; for those that it didn't:  after I created "Allow All" within my Rules [for some of my known-good applications and utilities], I had no more problems with "alert!" concerning same.  Also, Quietman7 has a couple of real informative really in depth boilerplate posts that you will find useful!

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I don't want to delete my import files when uninstall software again.

Any recommendations of good ones? Easy and effective, and free.

Thank you.

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Most of my work applications don't work on Windows 7 or 8, and when I connect to my office VPN it takes me off the Internet so we use virtualization right now to run Windows separately.

XP is fine as I have licences for it but does anyone have any recommendations on which the best virtualization software tends to be? I'm using Hyper-V right now but I hate it. The resolution for XP is terrible, but the thing I really hate is that when you are inside of Hyper-V it captures the keyboard, so pressing ALT-TAB while in XP tabs between windows in XP versus tabbing out of Hyper-V to Windows 8 applications. I also can't CTRL-V to paste or copy, I have to choose the menu option and select to type clipboard etc.

I've used VMware before but I seem to remember it doing the same thing where it doesn't let you ALT-TAB out of the virtual machine. I guess there's just VirtualBox or whatever that Oracle one is but are there any other options? I know I can do VMware and use Unity or whatever it is but I prefer them in a separate window. Thanks!

A:Recommendation on virtualization software to run XP?

VMWare (not free), and Virtual (free) are the two best out there. VMWare is probably the best, however, it depends whether you willing to spend the money.

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Can anyone recommend the "best" software or softwares to protect from spyware/adware?

I currently use a variety of programs:

Spyware Guard
SpyBot Search and Destroy
No Adware

Is there a definitive software program or programs that is considered the most effective? I'm trying to help out some computer novices and don't mind spending a few bucks to help cut down on the removal workload I currently experience.

Thanks for the help.

A:Need Recommendation For Spyware Software

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I am new to recording TV on my PC.

I have Windows Media Center and wtv files are created. I do not like using WMC to burn DVD's (takes too long) and Windows DVD Maker is very flaky.

Can I get a recommendation for good, basic software to put my recorded (.wtv) shows onto DVDs? I am not looking for some high-end prof software. Just something that is reliable and reasonably priced (under $100-150 preferably).

Also, what kind of DVD recording software do I need to capture the Closed Captioning on the recorded DVD? Or would I be looking at a high-end program to do that?

On a semi-side note, I have the Hauppauge WinTV HVR-1250 tuner. Would I be better off purchasing the WinTV 7 software to record shows (instead of using WMC, which I hate). And can I use the WinTV software to create DVDs from my recorded shows?

Any opinions/advice would be greatly appreciated!! Thanks.

A:Need DVD burning software recommendation

kam24 said:

I have the Hauppauge WinTV HVR-1250 tuner. Would I be better off purchasing the WinTV 7 software to record showsClick to expand...

Yes, that would be the best way to go. When you bought the TV card didn't it come with WinTV 7? If not, you might be able to get a free version here: http://www.hauppauge.com/site/support/support_hvr1250.html. Even if you do have to buy it, $9.95 is pretty cheap.

kam24 said:

And can I use the WinTV software to create DVDs from my recorded shows?Click to expand...

No, WinTV will save the video as .mpg files but you need a DVD authoring program to create DVD's. When I bought my Hauppauge TV card it came with a free version of Ulead MovieFactory which is a pretty good authoring program. Did you get anything like that with your card?

If not, you could get DVD Flick which is a good free authoring program. Then to burn the DVD discs get ImgBurn.

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I need to get my girlfriend some decent anti virus software. Shes not extremely computer savy, so it would have to be relatively easy to use. At the same time i would prefer to set her up with something that is good. She runs windows 98 , what would everyone recommend ?

A:Virus Software Recommendation


AVG comes highly recommeded on these forums.

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I had a pretty nasty virus awhile back and ended up doing a reformat/reinstall. It really surprised me to get a virus since I'd like to think I'm pretty smart about these things, keep everything up to date and had protection software installed (which never even found the virus, btw). I am now using Firefox instead of IE. I just got a notice that my Trend Micro PC-cillan subscription is about to expire. since that service didn't really protect me from the last one, I'm not too likely to renew. Can you please recommend an alternative?EDIT: Moved to a more appropriate forum

A:protection software recommendation

There is a list of resources in the AV, Firewall and Privacy section that is fairly complete, and will eliminate googling av for results. Another good list can be found at gizmo's freeware the address is techsupportalert dot com. I have been using avast home free for over 2 years no major problems.

Good Luck

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I provide tech support for a 10 PC lab.

Peer to peer.
Windows XP Pro SP2
Symantec AV Corp [ SAVC ] 8.x
9 PCs have Celeron 800's, 512 MB RAM & 20 GB HDDs. 1 per student.
1 PC has Athlon 64, 2800; 512 MB RAM & one 80 GB HDD. Used by Instructor.

Each of the 10 PCs has an Administrator account & 5 user accounts. 1 user account per class.

Previously, the system ran ME & used a program called Clean Slate http://www.fortres.com/ that would wipe out the work performed / saved to local HDD, following re-boot.

After upgrading [ format, fresh install to XP Pro ] & installing the most recent version of Clean Slate, Fortres tech support could not get Clean Slate to peacefully co-exits with SAVC.

1. Can you recommend a product that will do that which we want it to do?
I have read about "Deep Freeze". http://www.faronics.com/html/deepfreeze.asp

2. Alternatively, how do I map the "my documents" folder, or entire C: drive if possible of each student computer to a unique folder on the Instructor's computer. My thought is that there is probably some way of preventing the students from saving data locally.

If this thread should be in a different forum, I apologize for my mistake.


A:software recommendation sought

Here's a Microsoft article that shows how to redirect My Documents to a network share.

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We have two different Windows servers with 3 different tape drives and all have had similar failures during the backups. The only common denominator has been the backup software (whose name I do not recall). IBM (who has supplied all the hardware) suggested using a different backup application that is supported by IBM.

IBM's suggestion was to make our choice of one of the following.

Veritas NetBackup 4.5
Veritas Backup Exec. NT 8.6
BrightStor ARCserve Backup v9 (formerly ArServe 2000)

Do any of you have some experience with these particular programs? If so,
what do you recommend.

Our System Administrator has just bailed, so ease of use is an issue.



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I've used all three and just tended to prefer the Veritas software.

However, since a lot of customers were also experiencing a high level of tape drive failures (one company had three fail within a year), I've been using alternatives like backing up to removable IDE or USB drives.

You typically don't need any software at all, it is much faster and more reliable than tape and much easier to recover from (which is the whole point it backing up in the first place).

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Need recommendation for a file transfer product to use for transferring certain files from XP to Win 7
thanks in advance

A:Solved: Software Recommendation Please

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I need to open a pdf and black out a column. I need to do this a lot. My current process is convert to jpeg, open in Microsoft Paint use brush and black it out and convert it back. I would like to just open it with an editor black it out and save. Any free downloads you guys know of?

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I have three PCs running Windows seven professional 64 bit. Each machine has an external USB hard drive connected as a back up drive. Would someone please give me their recommendation for a good backup software package. I would like the back ups to be continuous, when a file changes the file will be backed up instead of backing up the entire machine once a day.

Thanks Bill

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I am looking for a recommendation for a VOIP Software I can use to conference with other people online. I have used Ventrilo when gaming but that cost money I don't want to play. I am looking for some form of open source alternative to that I can stet up really easy and is user friendly.

A:VOIP Software Recommendation


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I have windows XP 2002 with SP2. I am not very computer savvy. Computer was running very slow, so I downloaded (and paid for) the StopZilla spyware thing for 39.99 just a few days ago. Then I deleted the McAfee virus protection that I had installed in 2006 because their software always made me mad with popups that said I need to download new stuff, then the downloads never seemed to work right.... I am guessing that deleting McAfee was a mistake, because now when I am browsing the internet the Windows Internet Explorer keeps shutting down. I also have my windows telling me it is unhappy because there is no virus protection going on. So I guess I am asking for your recommendation of a good anti virus software, and it is possible I can somehow run a scan of my computer and send you the results so you can help assess my problem? BTW, I am not at the computer that has these problems, that computer is at home. Thanks, Tim Eckert

A:Need recommendation for antivirus software

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I'm trying to make a backup for slipstreaming windows xp SP2 and create a bootable cd.To keep as a bootable backup windows XP/SP2
The link is here in tech support
I have a question.When i first save the SP2 download i saved it to my desktop created a folder and cut and paste it in there.(it says to save it to directory folder).How do i do this?I wasn't sure so since when i open cmd it automatically has written C:\Documents and settings\nanook> this is where i then pasted it.Then i opened cmd and tried typing in the command .Attached is a picture of errors i was getting.Is it something i'm doing wrong or is my xp cd one of the types that can't be used to create a slipstreamed SP2 install.

A:Windows xp integrate SP2 problems!!!

It looks like the attachment never made it so here goes again.

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Hello together,

is it possible to integrate Updates into the Windows 7 CD?

In Windows XP Hotfixes there was an option "/integrate".

Could someone tell me how to do this with Windows 7?

A:Integrate Hotfixes onto Windows 7 CD

I heard vlite can't integrate updates for Windows 7 -maybe any experience person in this field would confirm it

Surly immortal is method through WAIK -very similar to this method Sliptream Vista SP2 - Vista Forums
(the same way you can integrate hotfixes too)

I didn't have time to check this tool Je Jin's DISM Tool


Possibly Windows 7 Update Pack Tool also from mydigitallife.info can integrate updates too

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Hi guys, sorry for my horrible english, i?m brazilian and i have a doubt, I got through the DISM convert the install.wim file to install.esd of windows 7 iso, but I can not reintegrate this file to iso without using ultraiso or poweriso , do I can do this without using a paid program ?



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Anybody have a recommendation for getting my iPhone 4s and iPad 3 back to full speed?

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I used to subscribe to eVoice to answer my phone line when I was online. They only charged something like $3 per month for the service. However, they went out of business.

My local telco offers this service but charges $10+ per month.

Does anyone use a similar service/program so that you don't miss calls? How much is it per month and are you generally happy with how it works?

Thanks for your recommendations!

A:Recommendation on phone answer software??

Hi coov8,i use Callwave,never had any problems with it until i installed Zone Alarm.Am still trying to figure out how to run both of them.With ZA turned off it works,with it turned on people get a busy signal.Tried everything ZA suggested and Callwave dosnt have the ans.So if you dont have ZA it works good and cost about 3.00 a month.

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Over the past few days I encountered a networking problem that drove me nuts and, of course, turned out to be something obvious, silly and my fault. It would have been easier to troubleshoot things if I had a better way to see devices and examine connectivity. I do have a small mirror next to my monitor that is labeled "look here for the problem", but sometimes even that needs help. Can anyone recommend a simple network "management" tool that would do a few basic things:
1) scan the network for devices and let me know what it found
2) display device name, status, IP address, etc.
3) provide some understanding of throughput or data rate

Together ipconfig and ping do a fair amount, but not quite all of what I want.


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I would like to find a feature-rich to-do and reminder Windows software which has the following features:
* a way to display all forthcoming tasks at specific period, preferably the ability to sort based on urgency, category etc.
* a task which I can set multiple reminders (e.g. remind me before 1 month at 6:00pm, before 10 days at 12:00pm, on that day at 1:15pm etc.)
* a re-occurring task/event with advanced pattern (e.g. at different specific dates, or every 3rd, 11th, 25th day of Jan, Mar, May), preferably set when the pattern starts/expires

I have tried several software but they lack some of the features I want. Does anyone know any software which has those features? Shareware is fine.

Thank you very much.

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HI, I've been using MyPC Backup for a year or two, and I have no complaints, really, but I've never needed to use it, so I can't speak for it, really. I just "feel" backed up. For the record: I also have several external backup drives, I use Google Drive and Dropbox, and I'm pretty well backed-up, even without the software. But I want a program that is simple to use, automatic, and would make restoring files and folders a snap in the event of an emergency. I am NOT completely backed up online; I want to be 100% protected, and if my house burned down, I'd lose stuff.

The reason I'm posting this is because MyPC Backup is asking me to re-up for another two years, and I decided to check some reviews first. I originally picked this program because it was "top-rated." However, I've since become aware that supposedly the backup companies pay reviewers and I can't take glowing reviews to the bank. I've also seen a lot of people claim this software is a scam, it's malware, etc, etc.

so I really don't know how to trust; different review sites have wildly different "top ten reviews." Can someone recommend a solid, easy to use ONLINE backup program that I can depend on that will not suspected of being malware, or just not be what it should?


A:Need recommendation for good PC Backup software

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I would appreciate software recommendations for backing up a non-networked 32 bit Win 7 PC with 600 gB of installed hard drives. Proprietary as well as open source software is of interest.

Is there any advantage to only regularly backing up the OS and e-mail files as much of the other data does not change with great frequency?

Thanks, in advance, for all advice and suggestions.

A:Back-up Software Recommendation Sought

I strongly recommendimaging using Macrium Reflect Free (here is a good tutorial on how to use Macrium Reflect) for backing up System files (OS and programs; they should be kept on a separate drive or partition from data).

For data, I prefer a folder/file syncing program, such as FreeFileSync. Imaging, while necessary for backing up system files A folder/file syncing program works by comparing the folders and/or drives you have selected on a source drive to the ones on a destination drive to see what has changed, then copies and pastes new and changed files from the source drive to the destination drive and deletes files on the destination drive that had been deleted on the source drive as need to make the destination drive essentially an exact copy of the source drive.

An added feature of FreeFileSync is it can be configured to send files deleted on the destination drive to a versioning folder or drive. This helps to protect you from losing accidentally deleted files. I have a drive dedicated to versioning and I also back that drive up.

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Can you recommend a free back up program? I've had a look on download.com and downloaded one but it's not great. I want something very simple to use and will back up specified folders and will back up on to CD - I have no need for compression either. I also want it to save the folders in exactly the same tree formation as is on my pc. Is this possible and what program can you recommend?


A:Solved: Backup software recommendation?

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I have a drive in my PC (around 300gb) that I want to back up to an external hard drive on a regular basis to ensure I have a backup of my important files. I am looking for a simple piece of software that will either backup on a weekly or daily basis, ensuring extra files I have added/updated are copies over.

I tried Momeo backup that came with my drive but it didn't work very well at all and kept stalling half way through - I never managed to get i to do an entire backup.

I've tried a demo of norton save and restore which was ok but seemed to compress the files in some way. I couldn't just go to the backup drive and look at the files - they just showed up as norton files. I don't really think I wan to pay for the full version.

Can anyone reccommend a good reliable piece of backup software to use that doesn't compress files?


A:Solved: Backup Software Recommendation

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My husband's Symantec Internet Security 2002 edition is no longer providing any update support. I am running Symantec Internet Security 2006 and am not very impressed, so it is time to take another approach for his machine. There are a number of products out there I am familiar with, but we have recently retired and moved to the San Juan Islands, Washington state, and our current Internet connection options are limited to a 28.8kbps dialup (32 on a good day). We may be moving to HughesNet, but not until we finish building our new house which is about a year away. As a result, downloading software is very painful, so I am limited to products which I can obtain on a CD. I run Webroot Spysweeper on both of our machines, and we really are not using the systems very much so I am much less concerned about being hacked or attacked, but I am a former CIO so I am compelled to practice safe hex. I have always been impressed with the advice obtained from this board, so I am looking forward to whatever advice I can get.

Thanks in advance for any suggestions


A:Need recommendation on personal security software

Zone Alarm is good. Its not very big download too. Use a download manager like Flashget to download. So that, u can resume the download when its interrupted by bed network.

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I am looking for good, free or inexpensive, backup software to allow scheduled backups of data from a laptop to an external hard drive. Again, I need to be able to schedule backups, as well as set up exactly what folders get backed up. And the software must create some sort of place for each backup seperately on the external hard drive, not just overwrite what has already been backed up. Log creation would be a bonus, too.

Please only recommend software if you have first hand knowledge of it. Thanks so much!

A:Backup Software Recommendation Needed.


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Hi, we currently have Trend Micro PC-cillin Internet Security 2006 with a multi-pc license (we have 3 pcs). Earlier in the year, we were given an opportunity to upgrade to pc-cillin 2007 on one pc for free. We loaded it on our fastest pc and it degraded our PC performance dramatically. It was incredibly slow. We ended up uninstalling 2007 and reinstalling 2006.

It is now time to renew our anti-virus software. We have lost confidence in pc-cillin (2007 is slow and with 2006 we got hit with viruses several times). Can anyone recommend another anti-virus program? We have used Norton and McAfee before. One of them caused extreme slow reboots and the other one had software conflicts. Also, does anyone know if pc-cillin has fixed its 2007 problem and should we give it a try again?

A:need Anti-virus software recommendation

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Hi all, hope everyone is well.

I am looking to d/l or purchase a Windows XP 'hacking tool' for want of a better description. Something like TweakXP that allows me to configure some of the registry settings easily. I am looking for interface hacks, annoyance removals - that kind of thing. Also looking for a reliable registry cleaner if that is relevant.

There's a few out there and I was wondering if you guys would recommend one as being particulalry good.

Many thanks in advance.

A:TweakXP Style Software: Recommendation?

x setup pro

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I am looking for a piece of software that can disable certain applications in Windows. So basically I could block a program like Skype no matter what the user calls it. I need it to be reliable and virus free because it is for a school. I want users to be able to run any program except those listed as banned by the system admin.


- JamesAS

A:Software Recommendation For Disabling Programs

You could make a request in Coding Snacks

Please read the rules and instructions before posting. If anyone there knows of a program already existing, they will suggest it. Or they may offer to write one if they think it feasible. Myself I know of no way to detect a program has been renamed and still identify it. Perhaps someone on that forum will though.

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I occasionally get asked to troubleshoot computers for friends and family which always involves a drive to pick up the comuter, etc. It'd be easier if I accessed their systems remotely. What's the best software for this? The cheaper the better.

Thanks in advance!

A:Remote access software recommendation

Hi lpaul626, try Teamviewer highly recommended by some on this forum TeamViewer - Free Remote Access and Remote Desktop Sharing over the Internet

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I've been using software called logmein.. and it's NICE. But I'm wondering if there is a cheaper option, (free would be nice). I dont really need all the advanced features, just remote access to a desktop is fine, often the person I'm helping is on the phone with me.

MSN messenger used to do this free, years ago. Desktop sharing, I think it was called. Anyone know someone who offers it free now? Or a cheap program that actually works? I'm just starting to look around, but thought you guys know everything.. so why not ask.

Thanks in advance.

A:Techy Types... need software recommendation

I especially like the SingleClick setup (Add-ons | SingleClick) and PcHelpWare -- User downloads a small exe file. When double clicked it connects to my PC (if I'm currently listening for incoming connections). Since their PC is initiating the connection there are no firewall/NAT issues to resolve. I just have to configure my router/firewall.

Do a general search for VNC and you'll find many flavors, both free and paid.

MSN Messenger/Windows Live Messenger still works; now called Remote Assistance, search Windows Help for Remote Assistance. Haven't used it myself as it doesn't work to well (at least, last time I looked) with XP offering assistance to Vista.


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