1. BC2Tweak
    Created by BC2Tweak
    Jul 5, 2016
  2. BC2Tweak
    Created by BC2Tweak
    Jul 6, 2016
  3. BC2Tweak
    Created by BC2Tweak
    Jul 26, 2016
  4. guardian
    Created by guardian
    Aug 7, 2016
    hello good people from Tweakbytes Forum land

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    HitmanPro- [2 x Licenses Giveaway Contest]

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    We @ Tweakbytes are very proud to announce our Official Tweakbytes forum
    HitmanPro Giveaway.

    Firstly we would like to thank the Developers @ SurfRight for being continued supporters of TBT over the many years and for kindly offering these
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  5. Petrovic
    Created by Petrovic
    Aug 3, 2016
    Microsoft doesn’t want you to disable Cortana. You used to be able to turn Cortana off in Windows 10, but Microsoft removed that easy toggle switch in the Anniversary Update. But you can still disable Cortana via a registry hack or group policy setting. This transforms the Cortana box into a “Search Windows” tool for local application and file searches.

    Cortana has become increasingly restrictive since...
  6. Gdant
    Created by Gdant
    Jul 28, 2016
    Just came across this, so thought to share for developers
    https://github.com/Avira/.NetFileDownloader

    This is a HTTP(S) file downloader with support of caching and resuming of partially downloaded files. The main goal of .NET File Downloader is to facilitate downloading of big files on bad internet connections. It supports resuming of partially downloaded files. So if the download is interrupted and restarted, only the remaining part of file would be downloaded again....
  7. Petrovic
    Created by Petrovic
    Jul 27, 2016
    To make your browsing experience faster, your web browser downloads the resources needed to display webpages, such as images, JavaScript files, and style sheets, into the browser’s cache. When you visit a webpage again, the browser uses the downloaded resources to display the page instead of downloading them again.

    However, the browser’s cache is useful for more than just loading webpages faster. If you’re in a location with unreliable internet connectivity, or none at all, you can use your...
  8. Petrovic
    Created by Petrovic
    Jul 25, 2016
    When you visit a webpage in a browser, all the resources, such as images, style sheets, and Javascript files, are downloaded and stored in the browser’s cache. This allows webpages you’ve already visited to load more quickly because the browser doesn’t have to download the resources again.

    The cache can also be useful if you know you’re going to be somewhere where the internet connectivity is spotty, or where you won’t have any connection at all. Chrome’s offline mode allows you to use the...