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replied the topic Any suggestions for combo-heavy fighting games? created by MrOwnage

@MrOwnage as i said earldy i dont know much about gaming but doing littel search i found this :
Killer Instinct WORLD RECORD Hisako 2603 Hit Ultra Combo!!!

5 hours 40 minutes ago
replied the topic Before launching my intranet. created by selcinor

A well-planned intranet launch is half the battle won. To help you in the planning stage, here are 7 questions to ask yourself:

1. What resources do you have for the launch?

Take a look at the budget, time, and workforce available to you. Don’t settle for crumbs in your organization. Let management know, if they want good user adoption of the intranet, they must invest in its launch. If you’re short on manpower, get other departments involved.

2. Are you launching a brand new intranet or relaunching an existing one?

It’s probably easier to launch a brand-new intranet than to relaunch one that you’ve overhauled. After all, if you’re relaunching the intranet, it’s probably because the previous one sucked. Which means staff members have a lot of negative feelings and experiences towards the old intranet.

So when planning an intranet relaunch, think of how you’re going to address negative attitudes towards the intranet. You’re promising something better and brighter — how can you give credibility to that promise?

3. Is the intranet ready?

This may seem common sense, but you’ll be surprised how many intranets are launched before they’re ready. Test, test, and test! Some bugs will always escape testing, but be as prepared as you can. Also make sure the most frequently used content and forms should have been uploaded. You don’t want to disappoint your users when they log into the intranet for the first time. Make sure the intranet makes a good first impression.

4. What’s the best approach to launch the intranet?

Our friends at intranetizen have identified 5 different approaches to an intranet launch. Which one is most suitable to your organization?

5. What information do your staff need to get excited about the intranet and remember to use it?

Time to think like a marketer. What features and benefits of the intranet will resonate most with your co-workers? Is it the ability to communicate without using email? Collaborate on documents? Hold virtual meetings with co-workers from across the country?

What types of communication materials or collaterals would be most effective? Consider brochures and posters. But don’t forget T-shirts and computer mouse pads. Even screen savers can be effective.

Many companies produce launch videos to get their staff excited about the intranet. Check out this impressive collection of intranet launch videos.

And don’t forget about training staff to use the intranet. Will you have in-person training sessions? Produce quick-start guides? Create a YouTube channel? Whatever you decide is best for your organization, have a plan for intranet training.

6. Should you create a launch event?

If you decide to have a Big Bang Launch, then you’ll need to organize a launch event. It could be an in-person event, such as serving cake and tea as your CEO “unveils” the intranet. Or, if your company has offices in different locations, you could have a virtual event instead, using something like Google Hangouts or Spreecast. Or why not a combination of both?

Whether in-person or virtual, a launch event is a good way to signal the “opening” of your company intranet.

7. How will you follow up?

This is a very important questions, but one that most intranet managers forget. After you launch the intranet, what will you do next? After all, you need to sustain the staff members’ interest in the intranet, and motivate them to keep using it.

You’ll also be tweaking and constantly improving the intranet. Few intranets are perfect from the get go. What are your plans for getting feedback from users, tracking your intranet metrics, and implementing improvements?

i hope your find these questions useful when you plan your intranet launch. Let us know how it goes!


5 hours 50 minutes ago
replied the topic Any suggestions for combo-heavy fighting games? created by MrOwnage

i dont know much about gaming but just asking my littel bro he send me this youtube link :

i think in my opinion UMvC3 is the top level combo for now 2nd takken 2 and 3 .


5 hours 52 minutes ago
replied the topic Cell phone battery drain out very soon created by waqas786z

Try these tips to extend your handset's battery life:

See what's sucking the most juice. ...
Reduce email, Twitter, and Facebook polling. ...
Turn unnecessary hardware radios off. ...
Use the extra power saving mode if you have it. ...
Trim apps running in the background. ...
Dump unnecessary home screen widgets and live wallpaper.
Turn down the brightness and turn off Automatic Brightness
Update your apps
Keep an eye on signal strength

Note: 3G and 4G networking using are most commune battery issue try to disable datanetwork once you have wifi avaible or you dont need it at all

source and more info :,2817,2367542,00.asp


7 hours 9 minutes ago
replied the topic Обязательно ли шнур питания системного блока должен быть подключен к 220в? created by ChessKing

Wikipedia has some pretty extensive information about power standards around the world. According to this information, the Philippines uses types A, B, and C plugs:

Type A Plug Type B Plug Type C Plug

However, it operates at 220V, 60Hz. The US uses 120V 60Hz. So while your US plugs (Type A & B) will physically fit into the sockets in the Philippines, you need to be sure your devices are electronically compatible with 220V.

Most modern electronics (laptops, for instance) have auto-sensing power supplies, which accept 110V-240V, and adjust accordingly. Here's an image of my laptop power supply, with the relevant info circled (Which reads INPUT: 100-240V~1.5A 50-60Hz):

Some older electronics will have a switch you can toggle between 120V and 220V. You'll need to check your individual devices to be sure.

It's unclear to me from this information if you may find yourself in a situation with only a Type C plug. You may want to get a Type C to Type A adapter such as this one just to be safe.

8 hours 54 minutes ago
replied the topic Język polski zmiana created by baszka


if you want to change wise cleaner program just fellow my steps :

1- open wise care
2- go to menu
3- scroll down to languages
4- select your language


9 hours 7 minutes ago
replied the topic It is harnful to the computer created by Flyshield

Heavy programes like gigabytes programes like antivirus symantec and others . Programes using 90% OF COMPUTER RESSOURCE

1 day ago
replied the topic What Is the best topic for my website created by ssetyo0287

you should do a research but if you looking for visitor best solution now is create fb page and try to redirect fans to your website also facebook have many tools to get you page grown .


1 day ago
replied the topic What telecommunicating doing in computer created by mazeal

Telecommuting is a work arrangement in which employees do not commute or travel to a central place of work, such as an office building, warehouse or store. Teleworkers in the 2000s often use mobile telecommunications technology such as Wi-Fi-equipped laptop or tablet computers and smartphones to work from ..... as valuable, and reduce the idea that they are doing less work than others.


1 day ago
replied the topic Internal drive not showing any file created by sarwar123

hi maybe your files and folders are hidden :

Step 1: Open This PC.

Double-click This PC on the desktop to open it.

Step 2: Show the hidden files and folders in the View menu.

Click View, tap Show/hide in the menu, and check the small box before Hidden items in the sub-list.


Way 2: Show hidden files and folders in the Folder Options.

Step 1: Open Folder Options.

Open This PC, click View and select Options.

Step 2: Show the hidden files and folders in the View settings.

In the Folder Options window, choose View, select Show hidden files, folders, and drives, and then click OK

to make your files not hidden in your hard driver E:/ :

Go to Start>>All Programs>>Accessories>>Click Command Prompt. right mouse click and choose RUN AS ADMINISTRATOR

now black windows shown and Type E: and enter

Now type in attrib -s -h -r /s /d then enter

Go to your drive, and see if you can now see all of the hidden files now.

Tips, Tricks & Warnings
After you "unhide" your files, remember to scan your computer/Laptop for viruses if you don't know how these files were hidden in the first place.
Make it a habit to check for hidden files. If you keep on seeing hidden files on your computer without you really doing it, it is highly possible that there is a virus. You would need then to run a strong anti-virus and do a complete computer scan in order to get rid of this.
Check which types of files are usually being hidden. The pattern may be able to tell you what type of virus you have in your computer.

thats all i can help you with now .


1 day ago
replied the topic Каким клиентом мгновенного общения вы пользуетесь? created by ChessKing

I use smartphone instead of laptop cuz now all application on laptops are avaible on smartphones like skype wts and facebook.


2 days ago
replied the topic The best cloud to store files forever? created by AAA1992

Best one is 4shared i use my self but as you to know all files hosts have a time limit . 30 to 60 days if no one use or download the files will be deleted even google drive delet some files duo to copyrightes issue it depends on whzt kind of filed you need to store .


3 days ago
replied the topic Keyboard keys not working any suggestion created by marketsgolabl

Try the solution we post to you and see if it works or try my solution i post try to remap you keyboard .

3 days ago
replied the topic When the computer not boot. created by Flyshield


where it stacks exactly after windows logo or after bios ???

some links may helps you :

youube vedio tutorial:


4 days ago
replied the topic I need help is it real or fake ! created by baladox

hi @baladox ,

its scam dont even click on it !!!

"Your computer is infected" fake anti-virus pop-up alert scams

You may be one of the numerous people who have received similar pop-up alerts. They commonly appear after you open an email attachment, download files, visit websites programmed to download malicious software or click on a pop-up advertisement.

SCAMwatch warns consumers to be wary of fake anti-virus alerts. NEVER click on pop-up anti-virus alerts.

Scammers often use the names of well-known companies that specialise in computer software to gain your trust. The pop-up advertisements aim to mimic genuine warning alerts generated by computer security software.

The software or "free scan" offered in pop-up alerts often doesn't work or actually infects your computer with the dangerous programs it is supposed to protect against.

This scam aims to either charge you for bogus software and/or obtain your personal information. Once your computer is infected, the scammer commonly gathers personal information to steal your identity or to sell it to other criminals.

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4 days ago
replied the topic Keyboard keys not working any suggestion created by marketsgolabl

i think you have hardware problems only 2 solution :

1-- replace keyboard .
2- remap the keyboard . means instad of clicking 1 your keyboard will writ t or e

this vedio will show you how !

donwload the Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit Tools :


4 days ago
replied the topic Keyboard keys not working any suggestion created by marketsgolabl

Maybe this is caused problem it is called StickKeys. (it is part of Microsoft WIndows for Accessibility for physical problem.

How to cancel that??? hold SHIFT + CAPS Lock. It will cancel the StickKeys. It will go back to normal.

If it dosnt work i have other effective solution .


6 days ago
replied the topic What is subnet mask created by selcinor



6 days ago
replied the topic Malware strikes, How to clean an infected PC created by Flyshield

Hi @Flyshield ,

use malwarebyte is the best no need computer restart ,Smarter detection. Specialized ransomware protection

download :


6 days ago
replied the topic How to speed up window 10 created by mazeal


this solution is for all Windows Os (7,8,10)

" Disable unwanted services and speed up Windows"
--go to start button --> write 'services.msc' and press enter .

you will found in this link many services to disable .


for your problem i think you need to disable some services like the following :

1) you will found in this link many services to disable .

2) use wise care to do this :
open wise care --> system tuneup --> startup manager --> and you may disable unwanted application : just hit the green bottom to disable

under the same windows go to services ---> under suggestion/rating and try to disable all service with (Disable) shown on this column

that's should do faster your computer enough.



7 days ago
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