benq fp531 driver
- Win 2000/XP/Vista/7/8
- Latest version:
- 6.10 5/6/13
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- 63 MB
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User reviews benq fp531 driver
over the years i've tried different versions of this search tool, and have spent 3 or 4 hours trying to use it from different computers, and for different search scenarios. cons:> no built in fileviewer> only search by filename, and not file contents (no full text search!!)> doesn't search network shares.> ui very limited, and in my opinion basically unusable.> http/etp/ftp server functionality (wasted too much time trying to get this working properly on multiple servers and workstation). also this server is a *sizable* security hole (not a good idea to add a server into an application, unless you want malware and hackers getting in).> installs user data into c:\programs files\, which skirts development practices for vista, win7 and win8. > other issues: no autoupdate mechanism, esc closes the application (another bad development practice), etc.pros:> free (better search tools exist: google (ok), microsoft (ok- for searching lots of text files), locate32 (ok+), and mo-search (the only one i use every day) > options dialog provides lots of checkboxes (don't improve my search experience)> people seem to download this, and i surmise some like it (not sure why)every year or two i'll really spend time testing a bunch of desktop search tools. but (thus far) they all frustrate, and prevent me from finding what i need, and lack an integrated fileviewer, lack truly ranked results, and lack common search filtering capabilities. the only one i run on all my workstations and servers is mo-search (also free).
i downloaded the malicious software removal tool on friday and it ran for over 20 hours on saturday. it kept displaying file names that began with "client", a bunch of letters and numbers and ended in".xml". after 20 hours i hard booted the pc as it seemed it would never stop. i can't find those files anywhere on my pc. the symptoms of malware are that my hard drive constantly is working. task manager says i have 96% t0 98% of the system available. any ideas here?
the openoffice.org team left oracle and decide to do libreoffice !
it's fitting that mcafee's (and symantec's) most popular software are tools to dislodge them from your system.it's unconscionable that developers with 20 years of experience can not create an effective windows uninstall routine. 5 stars for the removal tool, 1 star for their security products.
excellent defragger that is now free. just one gotcha - look out for the offer to install babylon toolbar during the installation (unless you actually want it of course). apart from that little proviso (which i don't feel warrants subtracting a star), it does a very good job. one of the best i've seen, it includes the option to do a boot-time defrag which will defrag the pagefile if possible, and a scheduler.
i find it hard to believe thunderbird still can't display compact multiline headers in the message tree, with from, date and subject spread over two lines for those who do not have widescreen monitors. becky can do it. emclient can do it. what are we waiting for?and i was astonished to find i could not easily set up a filter to automatically reply to an incoming mail with a specific subject. there's probably a plugin for that. if i could be bothered trawling through the list. and if i wanted to trust my mail program to an unaudited plugin developer.last but certainly not least, in becky i can split my mail database into 1 file per mail (with attachments detached). i can read these files in a standard text editor. if one file gets corrupted i lose just one mail. not the whole databse.thunderbird on the other hand, like outlook, uses one big proprietary database format. one byte corrupted and you're screwed. i've seen it happen. but at least you can download colourful personalities for thunderbird. that's a huge plus for this facebook generation.
tried this and absolutely love it. find it indispensable. old cool beans sysinfo isn't cutting it any more. very well written and thought out.
i don't understand why it's not secure at all as the list you're talking about is based on signed files.did you ever install any malware digitally signed ?comodo worked on a software more friendly as lot of people were lost with all the alerts they had to create rules, alerts for the firewall, alerts for defense+, as they didnt know what to do with all those alerts.now, comodo can run with a limited number of rules to create for common users that hate all those complicated softwares with tones of settings and alerts.but what i like the best is that comodo is still configurable to have full control on the traffic with alerts for anything, so you create many rules for each process, or use predefined policies like "browser policy" or "ftp client" , "email client, outgoing only, trusted apps and blocked apps.the defense+ is a powerfull security tool to monitor all files activities and decide what a file will be allowed to do on the system.defense+ is protecting by default important files and folders, you can add your own files and folders rule, there's a default protected reg keys and you can also add your own keys you want to protect, there's a protected com interfaces also configurable like you want.and to help defense+ configuration, there's a sandbox where anything that's not part of trusted software vendors is launched sandboxed with a level of security you chose to run the file sandboxed. there are several levels of security from partially limited to blocked. setting blocked for unknown files is too high as the file cant run so just before blocked you have "untrusted files" that will launch the unknown file with not enough rights to corrupt your system.the files unrecognized will stay into the sandbox as long as you decide about it. if you know the file, so it's not a problem, sometimes comodo doesnt know all softwares, and the unrecognized files sandboxed stored into a specific place are submitted to the cloud so, they're analysed and if they're unknown, after some days, they'll be classified as trusted or not,even if you didnt install the av, you got the cloud that will inform you about the unrecognized file.this software is really great and needs to be tested, you can use the version with the av, but i like comodo for his firewall and defense+i use a shareware as antivirus to complete comodo.
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