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replied the topic What is your favourites animate cartoon series,?? created by aira_2016

Hi @aira_2016 I like Bleach too but unfortunately, I can't cope up with the episodes since I started working. Though I am now collecting all the episodes so that I can watch it all again. Also, another anime that I am so fond of is the "One Piece", this anime is surely great with lots of comedies and action and suspense with every episode. Try that one too. Regards to you mate! Kampai!!

499 days ago
replied the topic Counter-Strike 1.6 created by MrJoker

Здравствуй @MrJoker ,

Ну, вы просто должны играть очень хорошо, и не против других игроков лечения вы плохо или сказать , что вы обманываете , для меня это комплимент , потому что вы просто играть так хорошо , что заставляет их думать , что вы обманываете . С уважением!

517 days ago
replied the topic Do you think Larry is able to serve as Prime Minister or to delegate it to restore order in the EU? created by Flashwind

All Hail for Larry! for the Queen!!!

518 days ago
replied the topic Is 'The Sims' a strategy game? created by pporiger2334

Hi @pporiger2334 well apparently of all them are right. However Sims just what the title says is a simulation game in which you act as if you are in a real world having some affairs, work, education, emotion and all of those that happens to our real world but somehow in the game you actually need to strategies your building construction your choices in order to achieve a life you wanted just like in the real world especially when you start to play sims city in which it simulates on how you will build your city in order to maximize profit, growth and your economy, it is a more complex thing to do especially you are acting like a mayor of a growing city.Just like in us everyday is a strategic day for everyone. Hope you had a great day. Cheers!

518 days ago
replied the topic Has a movie ever made you cry? created by ZeeshanAhmad3494

Hi @ZeeshanAhmad3494 I have this movie since my teenage hood that I went on crying for weeks once I remember the scenes.
It is called "Lovely Bones" film in 2009. Try to watch it and be prepare for the sadness that you will encounter throughout the movie. Cheers!

520 days ago
replied the topic Which is the best city to visit in UK? created by listen

Hi @listen now I want you to read @listen. Haha. what a funny line. JK.
Well one of the places that I like to go take a visit is Edinburgh. It is a highly historical place from the history-soaked medieval tenements, vennels and wynds of the Old Town to the sweeping elegance of the Georgian New Town. Once you get there, you get to enjoy their culture and the surroundings. Wish you all the best of luck mate! Have fun on your trips.

520 days ago
replied the topic What a final football game? created by Aravi

Hi @Aravi yes it was a spectacular game with lots of thrilling moment and heartbreaking shots. Fortunately Portugal won even Ronaldo is not in the field for them. I was voting for Portugal from the start, because I am a fan of Ronaldo in every team he is on. Though France fought for it, it is unlikely that they will be lost again in the next cup I think. Hope for the best! Cheers!

520 days ago
replied the topic Who is your favorite football player? created by daydream

Hi @daydream well it is indeed that my favorite football player is Cristiano Ronaldo. Unknowingly, he is not only good in the field but he has also a big heart for orphans and poor. Just so you know. Thanks mate!

520 days ago
replied the topic What is the best browser for a slow computer? created by carlasss

Hi @carlasss how are you doing?
One of the best and high performance browser that I use since I had my Pentium III PC is Mozilla Firefox. It uses a little amount in your memory unlike chrome that utilizes most of it. Firefox relies on a robust extension system to allow users to modify the browser according to their requirements instead of providing all features in the standard distribution. That is one of the more features that firefox can offer you. Cheers mate!

520 days ago
replied the topic Why we use WIFI Hotspot created by MickelMalik

Hi @MickelMalik WiFi Hotspots for laptop are very useful in times when you and your colleagues nearby don't have a router or switch in which you can connect with each other. Instead of sharing the files thru USB or pen drive, you can actually share files with each other thru your personal hotspot. Also with the Hotspot, you can also connect different LAN games and play with each other. In addition to that the most important function of it is to share your internet connections with your mates in order for them to have internet connection. Cheers mate!

520 days ago
replied the topic Decide for even thou its hard created by arjay

Hi @arjay

Is it a riddle? or a manifestation of a true to life scenario in which case you actually needed to decide?
Well, for me I rather held unto the newborn's hand for the reason that my grandmother taught me that in order to live a life of no regrets we must be selfless and happy to whatever decision we will make. Thus, in my decision, I am sure that my grandmother will surely understands the faith that is bestowed upon us and there comes a time that someone needs to sacrifice. Apparently, I am sure that my grandmother sure lived his whole life worthy and peacefully that she may be able to rest happily without any regrets.

Secondly, I have another answer that first comes to my mind when I read your question. It is also possible to let your grandmother hold the hand of the baby instead of you then you can actually pull them together so you three can live happily ever after. :D
Isn't amazing?? Cheers mate!

523 days ago
replied the topic What are the must installed programs in your computer? created by CUPs

Hi @CUPs
Whether you have a high end or low end computing machines, I am suggesting you these applications that you may be needing anytime sooner after you have wrapped up your device:

1. A browser - Before you roll up your sleeves and start slinging software around, make sure to snag your Web browser of choice. Using Windows’ default Internet Explorer or Edge browser when you’re accustomed to something else feels like wearing somebody else’s shoes. (Blech.) Firefox and IE 11 are both tremendous options in their own right, but my money’s on Chrome.


2. Ninite - Ninite makes loading up a new computer a breeze. Simply head to the Ninite website, select which free software you’d like to install on your PC—it offers dozens of options, including many of the programs named here—and click Get Installer to receive a single, custom .exe file containing the installers for those programs. Run the executable, and Ninite installs all of them in turn, and it automatically declines the offers for bundled bloatware so many free apps try to sneak in. No muss, no fuss, no hassle. It’s wonderful.


3. Antivirus - Assuming that you plan to connect your PC to the Net or slap a thumb drive into one of its USB ports, you’ll need to have antimalware software installed. Windows 8 ships with Windows Defender activated by default (if your PC’s manufacturer didn’t preinstall premium antivirus trialware), and that’s a lot better than nothing, but Windows Defender isn’t as effective at fighting off the barbarian hordes as third-party options are.


4. Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Free - No single antivirus utility offers bulletproof protection, especially against the latest and most clever threats. MalwareBytes Anti-Malware Free was designed specifically to find and eliminate those cutting-edge “zero day” threats. You can’t schedule scans or even use it as a regular antivirus program, but it’s invaluable when you think that something nasty has slipped by your primary antivirus utility.
While you’re browsing the MalwareBytes anyway, be sure to grab the company’s free MalwareBytes Anti-Exploit as well. More and more malware’s being injected via browser exploits these days, but this tool can help you batten down the hatches by adding four additional security layers to your web browser. And while it’s not a standalone antivirus solution, MalwareBytes Anti-Exploit plays nice with the AV software on your PC.


5. PC Decrapifier - Now that you’ve installed security software to protect your PC from invasion, it’s time to clean all the preinstalled junk off your computer. Most boxed PCs come chock-full of bloatware intended to make dough for the PC makers, and you probably don’t need (or want) most of it clogging up your system resources.
That’s where PC Decrapifier comes in. This pint-size wonder program scans your PC, brings up a checklist of the bloatware installed on your machine, and helps you wipe ’em all away in one fell swoop. Yay! A secondary screen lists all of your programs if you want to nuke even more. Ignore it, or just be careful to avoid erasing something important.


6. Benchmarking and stress-testing software - If, on the other hand, you built your own PC bit by bit, you don’t have to worry about bloatware—but you do have to worry about the quality of all those shiny new components. For instance, is your precious new graphics card unstable? The right software can put your PC through the paces and make sure everything is running as it should be.


7. CCleaner - Piriform makes another must-have system tool: the legendary CCleaner. It does all the dirty work required to keep your PC running in tip-top shape, including ditching unwanted cookies, wiping your browser history, deleting unnecessary files, and keeping your Windows Registry sparkling clean.
It’s powerful, but even better, it’s free!


8. Secunia PSI - Programs that aren’t up-to-date are programs with gaping security holes and missing features. Secunia’s Personal Software Inspector hums along silently in the background, automatically keeping your software patched, or—if it’s unable to update an app for some reason—notifying you when updates are available. ’Nuff said. Secunia PSI takes the hassle out of keeping your PC current.


9. VLC Media Player - Windows 10 has a prickly problem: Unlike Windows 7, it’s incapable of playing DVDs out of the box. Your PC might have a DVD-playing program installed if you bought a boxed system, but if not, the simply wonderful VLC media player can play your flicks (and music, and podcats, and…) for free. It can even play (some) Blu-ray discs with a little fiddling.


10. Paint.net - Now that the workhorses are out of the way, it’s time to dig into handy-dandy extras, starting with Paint.net. Don’t let Paint.net’s freebie status fool you: This image editor may not have all the bells and whistles of Photoshop, but it packs everything that most people need (even layer-based editing) and costs hundreds of dollars less.
If you’re a graphics professional, and you can’t afford Photoshop but require more than Paint.net offers, check out GIMP. It has a challenging learning curve, but its capabilities are impressive.


11. Sumatra PDF - Adobe Reader is the go-to PDF reader, but it’s clunky, constantly updating, and frequently targeted by malware peddlers. If you need only basic functionality, go with Sumatra PDF instead. Sumatra lacks the fancy extras found in many full-featured PDF readers, but when it comes to straight-up reading Portable Document Format files, Sumatra PDF is blazing-fast and completely accurate. Oh, and since it’s less ubiquitous than Adobe’s offering, hackers tend to stay away from Sumatra PDF.


12. iTunes or Spotify - Sometimes, blasting tunes is the only thing that makes slogging through a spreadsheet or a stuffed inbox even remotely tolerable. The exact music client you’ll want will depend on whether you’ve already bought into a service, naturally. For musical neophytes I recommend two programs: iTunes and Spotify.
The iTunes Windows client notoriously sucks, but it gets the job done—and that job includes giving you access to a vast universe of premium music downloads and keeping your iPhone’s music library synced with your PC. Spotify, meanwhile, is an all-you-can-eat streaming service with millions of top-tier tunes available, all for free if you don’t mind listening to a few ads.


13. A password manager - The high-profile hack attacks of the past few years have driven the point home: You need strong passwords, and you need a different password for each site you visit. Rather than juggling dozens of alphanumeric codes in your noggin, download a password manager. I recommend Dashlane, LastPass, or KeePass. Let them do the grunt work for you.


14. A productivity suite - PCs excel at helping you Get Things Done—but few of them ship with a productivity suite installed. Fix that, stat!
Legions of people swear by Microsoft’s legendary Office; I do, too. But you don’t have to drop big dollars on Office if you don’t need its myriad bells and whistles. Free—and good—alternatives abound, with OpenOffice (pictured) and LibreOffice being the flagship free-and-open-source options. The online-only Google Docs also rocks. Even if you don’t plan to use a productivity suite regularly, it’s smart to have basic editing capabilities available on your computer.


That's all mate. Cheers!

524 days ago
replied the topic How to be stronger? created by larry2


hi @larry2
I am thinking of what stronger do you mean? Do you mean physically or mentally or emotionally??
Either way, one of the most important you need to have is the faith in our Lord. Having faith on him can either makes yo stronger and be a better person. If you will repent and be dependent on Him, all your fears and doubts will just gone and you will live happily without fearing anything even death itself. Cheers Mate! Wish you have a happy journey knowing Christ and our God. :D

524 days ago
replied the topic How to forgive others? created by scipio

Hi @scipio
For awhile I was praying for you then when I open my bible I had this scripture from Matthew Chapter 5 Verses 43-45 that says: "You have heard that it was said, ‘Love your neighbor and hate your enemy.’ But I tell you, love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you, that you may be sons of your Father in heaven". Which I want you to ponder also that in any case we must not always praise those who praises us but rather we must then pray and therefore forgive those who persecutes us that whatever happen, the Lord must always be on top of us and He is the only one that can judge all of us. Thus, we will be son of our Lord and He will lift us to His throne in heaven. God blesses you my friend.

524 days ago
replied the topic What skill would you most like to master? created by timeis

hi @timeis ,
The skill I like most to master since I was a child is having a great memory that can ideally remembers anything and then recover it whenever I needed. Isn't amazing that whatever you want will come out of your mind whenever you choose to have it? And also, you can practically top most of the exams and other tests that needs knowledge and learning in order to pass. Cheers mate!

524 days ago
replied the topic Why does the UK want to leave the European Union? created by faire32

Hi @faire32
Britain voted Thursday to leave the European Union, a decision that surprised many and one whose consequences still aren’t totally clear. We don’t know quite yet what this will mean for the future of Britain’s economy, its policies, and its relations with other European countries.

There have been many twists and turns in British politics that have led to this particular moment. But you don’t necessarily need to have followed those to understand why the British want to leave the European Union, and why the EU matters in the first place.


Why does the European Union exist, anyway?

Europe is a collection of countries that used to fight a lot. For example, in World War II countries within Europe fought against one another, and it greatly hurt the continent.


So after WWII, many countries felt it was important to integrate European countries — starting with the coal and steel industries and then expanding to a broader set of trade issues.

Countries often make rules about things coming into their countries. For example, if you wanted to make a car in France and ship it to Britain, you would have to pay a tariff to Britain to do so.


Or let's say you're French and you wanted to live and work in Britain. You would have to go through a long immigration process to legally do so.


Western Europe has dozens of countries, each with its own trade, immigration, and economic policies. Trying to navigate these rules was very inefficient. The European Union essentially started from a question: What if each country had the same rules? What if all the barriers came down?

And that’s what the EU did.


Almost every Western European country joined the group to merge their economic rules in 1993. They did this by allowing people, goods, services, and capital to move freely between member countries. It's kind of like how states in the US work.

The EU has helped foster long periods of economic prosperity, and it's helped keep the region at peace.

There are challenges to cooperation. When something bad happens, it affects everyone.

The appealing part of the EU was that it made it easier for European countries to share in one another’s prosperity. But, as with any union, cooperation means weathering downturns together — and that hasn’t always been so easy.

Take, for example, the 2008 financial crisis. Many economists agree that the European Central Bank failed to respond effectively, leading to a recession that was much more severe than it needed to be. Unemployment rose, and tax revenue fell. Banks needed bailouts, and debt in a number of EU countries soared.

Seeing the EU in such crisis made some have second thoughts about being yoked to it — and increased worry among wealthy countries (like the UK) that they might have to help bail out less wealthy countries down the line.


And some Brits didn't like that many foreigners were moving to Britain after the EU was formed

The new European Union made it much easier for citizens of one country to migrate to another. And Britain’s foreign-born population skyrocketed after it joined.


Experts see two main forces driving this trend:

The EU expanded to include post-communist countries in the mid-2000s, and people in those countries were poorer. Many of their citizens immigrated to wealthier countries — like the United Kingdom.
The 2008 market crash hit some European countries especially hard. When people from those countries couldn’t find a job at home, their citizens went to find jobs in other countries — like the United Kingdom.
As my colleague Zack Beauchamp writes, "The British labor market was relatively easy to break into, and lots of people across Europe speak English, so it was a natural target for these Southern Europeans."


Tensions over immigration have risen significantly in Britain in recent years

Twenty years ago, barely anyone thought immigration or race relations was one of the country’s most important issues.

Times have changed.

In a survey conducted last year, 45 percent of Brits identified "immigration/race relations" as a top issue facing the country.


Seventy-seven percent of Brits today believe that immigration levels into the country should be reduced.

Last year, British Prime Minister David Cameron announced a referendum on whether Britain should remain in the European Union.

That’s Brexit, the vote that happened yesterday.

And by a slim margin, the British voted to leave the European Union.


This is causing a lot of chaos in Britain; nobody fully knows what will happen next.

Cameron announced his resignation because he was against leaving the EU, and he believes the country should have a leader who wants to take Britain in the direction voters have chosen. The vote doesn’t necessarily bind Britain to leaving the EU, but it likely will, because defying the will of the people would be politically bad.

Untangling from the EU would be a long, painful process

The UK and the EU have two years to figure out the terms of the exit — what rules would still apply to Britain and what privileges Britain would still get.

If there isn't some kind of deal that softens the blow — that lets Britain continue to take advantage of at least some of the European Union cooperations the country previously enjoyed — it'll be ugly.

Economist Jacob Funk Kirkegaard told my colleague Timothy B. Lee that right now UK carmakers can pretty safely assume they can sell their cars in any EU country, because everyone has the same standards. But if there is no agreement, selling that car across the EU could become a lot more complicated.


And this wouldn’t be just about cars — pharmaceutical products, technology, food, or anything else Britain produces could lose its easy entry into other European countries.

It will be tougher for people to move across borders

About 1.2 million Brits currently live in other EU countries. Right now they are able work in these other countries without much hassle. That would change.


There is a possible scenario in which Britain gets to keep its economic agreements in place

One idea is for the British to make a deal with the EU that lets them keep their economic privileges, kind of like Norway. But as my colleagues point out, the EU might not be in a forgiving mood, given that Britain just voted to leave. And this agreement still wouldn't help the British get out from EU regulation.


What are the greater implications?

The EU made trade with Europe much easier for the US, and it also made it easier to ask Europe for geopolitical help. Instead of talking to dozens of different countries, American officials could go to the EU and negotiate with a large chunk of the continent.


Now Britain may not be part of that discussion.


Britain’s departure could have ripple effects throughout Europe, too.

"Poor economic performance and inconsistent handling of the migration crisis have driven majorities in many countries — including France and Spain — to say they’d like a UK-style chance to vote on quitting the EU," my colleague Matt Yglesias wrote earlier today.

Britain’s vote is a big deal. But it could be the start of something bigger, too. This might be the first of many political expressions of discontent among EU countries, potentially causing the disintegration of Europe.

531 days ago
replied the topic Do you close windows when using air conditioners? created by bootup

Hi @bootup , regardless of what you are thinking right now. I just want you to imagine this two situations: a frozen cold beer being laid in the table, the first table is in the front row where all of the heat and noise of the surroundings is gathering while the other table is on the very last row in which there is a cold air breezing from the Airconditioning Unit. Now, I want you to focus on which those two will become hot first? The one on the 1st row or on the last row? I know you tend to answer the one in the 1st row. Well you are not wrong, but think of that situation and put it in your question, the airconditioning unit works on the principle of thermodynamics in which case we can say that the warm air travels from the warm surroundings to cold surroundings. Does if you let open your window while the air conditioners are on, then you'll probably end up wasting your electric bill and thus paying higher electricity for actually doing nothing. Hope that helps. Cheers for you mate!

531 days ago
replied the topic Who wants to be a millionaire? why? created by zch098

@WiseCleaner_admin , sorry my bad. :D delete my replies pls. thanks

531 days ago
replied the topic How to reduce violence in the world? created by braz68

Hello @braz68 reducing violence in the world is stressful and no one can reduce it in one night but the thing is, the change starts from ourselves by ourselves meaning each and everyone of us must try and do our share to help each other and act as a human with responsibility and obligation in helping preserving the peace and order. In that case, all of us must be selfless and must understand the meaning of humanity in which case we are just living in one world. Thus so happened that we must be obedient in its every law and respect one another. That my friend is how you will treat the violence in the world minus the government and terrorism plus the money. That's just another story. You can open up new topic about that and I will be willing to discuss you about anything. Cheers for the world peace!

531 days ago
replied the topic Who wants to be a millionaire? why? created by zch098

Yes me me.can you give me some?

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