TuneUp Utilities 2009

TuneUp Utilities will optimize the performance of your PC, solve problems and help you easily customize your computer to suit your needs.

With TuneUp Utilities, your system will be faster, more comfortable and more secure. All important aspects of system configuration, security, cleanup and maintenance can be accessed through a modern graphical interface. TuneUp Utilities will then make the necessary changes in the registry or boot files automatically. And most changes that you make can be undone in TuneUp Rescue Center - easily and safely.

TuneUp Utilities also gives you many more options. In addition to helping you make Windows "better looking", you can also clean up and optimize your system at the click of a mouse. TuneUp Utilities 2009 will clean up unnecessary data from your hard disk and remove unnecessary entries from your registry. It can defragment your hard disk and registry and optimize your system settings to make Windows run substantially faster.

Here are some key features of "TuneUp Utilities 2009":

Speed Optimizer of TuneUp Utilities 2009

Intelligent Optimization
TuneUp Speed Optimizer knows that your PC’s software, hardware and preferences create a unique environment. TuneUp’s optimization is based on that concept, and helps you find the optimum level of performance for your system.

Comprehensive Analysis
Intelligent, automated analysis of your PC environment prevents overly aggressive or passive tuning. That’s the basis of TuneUp’s comprehensive optimization.

TuneUp 1-Click Maintenance

TuneUp 1-Click Maintenance removes temporary files, cleans your registry and defragments your hard drive. The integrated Shortcut Cleaner feature finds and removes unused and outdated shortcuts on your PC to better organize your desktop.

Automatic Maintenance
Intuitive setup and intelligent optimization of your PC that runs just once or on a recurring schedule – customize it to meet your needs.

Desktop Clean Up
The integrated Shortcut Cleaner streamlines your desktop and simplifies folder shortcuts.

Clean Your Registry
Fast, intelligent Windows registry cleaning to make your PC’s startup and application launch faster.

No More Unnecessary Files
Instantly improve PC performance by removing temporary files and folders from your hard drive.

Intelligent Defragmentation
One click and your hard drive’s files and folders are intelligently rearranged to increase PC performance. Running in the background, you only need to defrag once (TuneUp Utilities 2009 does maintains optimization for you).

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Fedora 12 Beta

The time has come for Fedora fans to test the Beta release of the upcoming Fedora 12 (Constantine) Linux distribution, announced by the Fedora Project developers. This release is powered by Linux kernel, and it includes the KDE 4.3.2 and GNOME 2.28.0 desktop environments. Moblin support was also added in this release, as well as better power management, audio, webcam and video codec support. GNOME Shell is also available for testing, in the default software repository, and it will offer a preview of how GNOME 3 will look like. However, checking the feature list for Fedora 12, it appears that the developers completed all of them.

Highlights of Fedora 12 Beta:

· Linux Kernel;
· Dracut, the new booting system;
· Plymouth graphical boot splash;
· KDE 4.3.2;
· GNOME 2.28.0;
· New artwork;
· Empathy Instant Messenger;
· Moblin support;
· Better webcam support;
· Spanning desktop support;
· Improved HD video codecs;
· Network Manager mobile broadband for GSM networks;
· EXT4 is the default filesystem;
· x86 optimized for the Intel Atom processors (compiled for i686);
· RPM XZ compression;
· Guest virtual machines for KVM;
· Automatic bug reporting tool (ABRT);
· New NetworkManager with better IPv6 and Mobile Broadband support;
· Improved power management support;
· Support for Intel BIOS-RAID;
· Better support for Intel hardware;
· Clustered Samba support;
· Improved PulseAudio;
· Improved PackageKit;
· Improved KVM virtualization;
· Fedora Studio;
· BSoD (Bluetooth Service On Demand);
· NFS4;
· NetBeans 6.7;
· Ogg Theora 1.1.0;
· PolicyKit 1.0;
· Improved SystemTap.

There are other many other minor features in this Beta release, so make sure you check out the official release notes for Fedora 12. The release cycle will continue with a Release Candidate version, scheduled for the 4th of November, and the final release on November 17th, 2009

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Mobile GMaps

MGMaps - U.S. Map Screenshot Mobile GMaps is a FREE application that displays maps from Google Maps, Yahoo! Maps, Windows Live Local (MSN Virtual Earth), Ask.com, Open Street Map and other sources on Java J2ME-enabled mobile phones, PDAs and other devices. MGMaps can connect to a GPS receiver over bluetooth or use internal GPS features on some phones in order to automatically display the map for your current position. You can pre-download maps and store them on your memory card in order to use them on the go without accessing the internet.

Mobile GMaps is distributed under the Attribution - NonCommercial - NoDerivs Creative Commons license. You may download, use and distribute the application free of charge only for personal, non-commercial purposes.

Before you download and install Mobile GMaps, make sure you have support for:

* J2ME (Java) on your phone or PDA — MGMaps runs on devices that support CLDC 1.0 and MIDP 1.0 or later. This includes the vast majority of mobile phones sold in the last three years. It also includes all Windows-Mobile/PocketPC/Palm PDAs, but some of them do not come with Java preinstalled. See the Getting Started section to learn how to download and install Java on these devices.
* Internet or WAP access on your cell phone — MGMaps downloads all map and satellite tiles in real-time over the web. The application is completely free but you may be charged by your network operator for internet access. For optimum performance, a broadband connection like EDGE, 3G, HSDPA or WiFi is recommended.

Download and Install

Installation instructions:
* Open the WAP site http://wap.mgmaps.com on your mobile phone, then select the download link. This is the recommended method of installing Mobile GMaps.

* If the above does not work for some reason (e.g. you are using a PDA or your phone does not support WAP 2.0), you will have to take the longer path. You'll have to download the JAD and JAR file(s) on your computer, upload them to your phone (using bluetooth, infrared, or serial/USB cable), then install the application by opening the JAD or the JAR file on the phone. Hint: you can open the WAP site in your PC browser to download the JAD/JAR files for specific versions.

If the installation is successful, you should find MGMaps in the list of installed Java applications for most phones, in the main menu or the "My Own" menu for Symbian phones, or in the "Java Games" menu for some other phones. You should read the Getting Started section before starting to use the program.

You can run MGMaps on your PC using mpowerplayer, as long as you have Java 2 standard edition installed. Click here to demo Mobile GMaps v1.39

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