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Resource Hacker™

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Resource Hacker™Version 4.2.3
Last updated: 29 June 2015
Copyright © 1999-2015 Angus Johnson
Freeware - no nags, no ads and fully functional.
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Overview:

Resource Hacker™ has been designed to be the complete resource editing tool: compiling, viewing, decompiling and recompiling resources for both 32bit and 64bit Windows executables. Resource Hacker™ can open any type of Windows executable (*.exe; *.dll; *.scr; *.mui etc) so that individual resources can be added modified or deleted within these files. Resource Hacker™ can create and compile resource script files (*.rc), and edit resource files (*.res) too.



Compiling:

Compiling can be initiated either by passing a resource script file as a parameter on the the command line (see below), or by using Resource Hacker's text editor.
Supported compiler directives include: #DEFINE, #UNDEF, #IF, #ELIF, #ELSE, #IFDEF, #IFNDEF, #INCLUDE, and #PRAGMA.
The #INCLUDE, #IF, and #IFDEF directives can all be nested to multiple levels.
Strings …

Build your own PHP on Windows

Build your own PHP on Windows

Before you Begin

Building PHP on Windows will require three things
1. A properly set up build environment, including a compiler with the right SDK's and some binary tools used by the build system

2. Prebuilt libraries and headers for third party libraries that PHP uses in the correct location

3. The PHP source

The Build Environment

This is the hardest part of the PHP windows build system to set up and will take up a lot of space on your hard drive - you need to have several GB of space free.
Requirements

• PHP officially supports building with Microsoft's Visual C++ compilers. MinGW and other compilers are NOT supported or even known to work. For more information and how to get the compiler see the supported versions. The following VC versions are supported:
◦ Visual C++ 9.0 (Visual Studio 2008 or Visual C++ 2008) for 5.4. You can use the Express versions as well.

◦ Visual C++ 11.0 (Visual Studio 2012) for PHP 5.5+. You can use the Express versions as …

Build your own PHP on Windows

Build your own PHP on Windows Before you Begin Building PHP on Windows will require three things
A properly set up build environment, including a compiler with the right SDK's and some binary tools used by the build system Prebuilt libraries and headers for third party libraries that PHP uses in the correct location The PHP source The Build Environment This is the hardest part of the PHP windows build system to set up and will take up a lot of space on your hard drive - you need to have several GB of space free. Requirements PHP officially supports building with Microsoft's Visual C++ compilers. MinGW and other compilers are NOT supported or even known to work. For more information and how to get the compiler see the supported versions. The following VC versions are supported: Visual C++ 9.0 (Visual Studio 2008 or Visual C++ 2008) for 5.4. You can use the Express versions as well. Visual C++ 11.0 (Visual Studio 2012) for PHP 5.5+. You can use the Express versions …

top 15 torrent sites

This list is the text version of the Visual Guide to Torrent Sites.

NOTE: this list is in random order. Special thanks to all the readers who contribute their recommendations so that this list stays current.

Disclaimer and legal warning for new torrent users: About.com does not condone illegal sharing of copyrighted material. While P2P file sharing technology is completely legal, many of the files traded through P2P are indeed copyrighted. Uploading these copyrighted files puts you at risk of a civil lawsuit in the USA, Canada, Australia, and the UK. While these lawsuits are often class-action suits, filed against groups of users who blatantly copy and distribute copyrighted materials, some lawsuits are harshly targeted at making examples of individual downloaders. These P2P civil lawsuits are very real, and whether or not they are successful, they are extreme financial and emotional burdens on the defendant.


ExtraTorrent.com: ExtraTorrent.com is very visual and very busy.  But the thum…

What is superannuation?

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1 What is superannuation? It's your money and for most people, super is one of the central pieces in preparing for their retirement. Getting to grips with it early will give you greater control and the confidence to make the best financial choices for you. Money goes inMoney is investedMoney comes out5 Questions Your money goes in Your employer pays 9.5% of your salary into your superannuation The general tax rate on Super Guarantee contributions into your Super account Your concessional contributions
cap each year Your money is invested. Know your choices. You can choose how your money is invested.

Most funds have a range of investment options to choose from.

If you don't make a choice, your money is likely to be invested in a ‘default investment option' which may not suit your needs. Your money comes out. Know when you can access your super. Generally you can access your super at age 65, but in some cases you can …

5 ways to get active with your super

Most Australians are passive when it comes to super; they let it sit there. But these five simple action steps can actually boost your chances of retiring with more.

Around 9.5 million - or 80 per cent - of Australians sit in what's called 'default' super. When they get a job, they go in the automatic 'default' option.1
"There is a danger in that, because it may or may not suit you," says Westpac Financial Planning Specialist, David Simon. "A lot of people got caught out massively in the GFC just because they didn't take the time to invest in something they're comfortable with."
Get active with your investments
The alternative to being passive is to get active; to become engaged with super. Simon says there are no guarantees with anything, but getting more active with your super means there is a greater prospect of retiring with more money.
The key to getting more active with super is to recognise that you not only have control over what…

july in blogging

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Have you just started blogging (welcome!), or are you looking to breathe new life into a blogging habit that’s fallen by the wayside? Blogging U. is a great way to get on track, with bite-size assignments, a supportive community, and staff to support you. We’re offering two courses in July — learn more: Blogging 101: Zero to Hero — July 6 – 24
Blogging 101 is three weeks of bite-size blogging assignments that take you from “Blog?” to “Blog!” Every weekday, you’ll get a new assignment to help you publish a post, customize your blog, or engage with the community. You’ll walk away with a stronger focus for your blog, several published posts and a handful of drafts, a theme that reflects your personality, a small (but growing!) audience, a grasp of blogging etiquette — and a bunch of new friends. Blogging 201: Branding and Growth — July 20 – 31 Blogging 201 is a two-week challenge that gives you the tools to define your brand, build your audience, use your stats to grow your traffic, and b…

iOS8 Skin Pack for windows 7/8/10

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Transform Windows 8/8.1/7 to iOS8 Windows XP users can download this SkinPack from here Support: Windows 8/8.1/7/SP1 [X86_X64] – [All Language] – [All Version] credits: cu88 RocketDock 1.3.5 by Punk Labs
http://www.rocketdock.com
Xwidget 1.5 & XLaunchPad 1.0.7 by Xwidgetsoft Changelog: Version 2.0
-Added new version of Xwidget 
-Added new version of XLaunchPad 
-added new theme
-added new dock skin
-fix bugs and problems Version 1.0
-Initial release Note: Please unistall old or other version of skin packs before install new one. if your theme not changed or its like classic windows you need to install uxtheme patcher from here and after restart select new theme from personalization.
Use it at your own risk!
You’re advised to Create a System Restore Point before installing skinpack.If you have problem with install or uninstall skinpack, please check our help page.

How to Install Custom Themes in Windows 8

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How to Install Custom Themes in Windows 8 WRITTEN BY ADMIN ON FEBRUARY 9, 2013. POSTED IN TUTORIALSWINDOWS 8WINDOWS 8 TUTORIALSWINDOWS 8.1WINDOWS 8.1 TUTORIALS Windows 8 doesn’t allow 3rd party themes by default and we need to patch Windows 8 to be able to use custom themes. UxStyle UxStyle is a UxTheme Patcher for Windows 8. Install this to enable custom themes in Windows 8. Applying Custom 3rd Party Themes Once you have patched your system, copy your desired theme (containing a .theme file and a folder containing .msstyles file) to “C:\Windows\Resources\Themes” folder. If you have installed your Windows 8 on another drive, then select that drive. Once you have copied the theme files, right click on your desktop and select ‘Personalize’, you will find all your custom themes in ‘Installed Themes’ category. Click on the desired theme to apply that theme. To uninstall a theme, just delete the theme folder and the .theme file from “C:\Windows\Resources\Themes” folder. How to app…