Jake’s Backup and Restore V2
Created by: Jake
Xfire username: jake37
This Program will auto select your Current “Home Drive” for Backup or Restore Of all User’s Documents Only…But Will NOT Backup the Complete System or Programs. If you wipe or lose your hard drive, you will have to reinstall all programs and Windows.
This will Copy or Restore all your Files of any type that are stored in your (VISTA) Users\Documents folder. “Copys all Users Documents”
On XP it will Copy all your files of any type that are stored in your (XP) Documents and Users Folder
Works with Vista and XP. “Copys all Users Documents”
****Uninstaller Included**** Thru control panel, or start menu…
Works with Vista and XP
With Application as Service you can easily run any application as
Windows service, benefiting from all of the advantages native Windows
Bellevue, WA, USA – February 17, 2009: Eltima Software, a global
software Development Company, has released Application as Service
version 3.0, the cutting edge solution that allows launching any
application as Windows service.
If you need to run any application as service locally or on a remote
computer, schedule your service to run at the exact time or manage them
remotely, Application as Service is probably the best solution of all
these needs. Application as Service allows launching any applications
(32/64-bit and console ones) as Windows 2000/XP/2003/2008/Vista service
at system boot, without the need of a user session.
Application as Service offers advanced recovery options (restart the
service your application is started by; restart computer; launch
supplementary application), sophisticated dependencies mechanism,
pre-service/post-service application start-up, your application
rights/priority management, “application-crash” protection, graceful
console and Windows application exit, on-the-fly start-up customization
and lots more.
You can configure Application as Service using its GUI interface or
command line configurator directly from your software! Application as
Service features very low CPU usage, custom environment variables and
detailed logging as well as many other features.
Application as Service is an easy-to-use system utility. You do not
need any coding skills in order to launch any application as service.
This can be easily done in a few clicks.
Though Application as Service is a system utility, it has very
intuitive interface which makes it very user-friendly even for the
Application as Service 3.0 Features at a Glance:
- Run any application (32/64-bit and console ones) as Windows service
- Create and manage native system services in few clicks
- Easily connect to remote PC over local network or Internet and manage
all remote services like your own
- Run application before users login into their accounts
- Run your application interactively (visible to users) or silently
- Schedule your service to run at the exact time and periodically on the
defined day of the week/month/year
- Minimize downtime by auto-restarting application once it is crashed
- Advanced service dependencies mechanism allows you to run applications
at the certain order
- Define Load Order Group which your application belongs to
- Restrict/grant your application with execution rights by specifying
user account name under which it is run
- On-the-fly service start-up type customization
- Gracefully close console and Windows applications
- Close various popup windows that your application might display
- Specify the process priority for your application Define CPU binding
for multi-processor PCs
- Conveniently supply additional options and system environment
variables for console and Windows applications
- Run additional programs prior to the service startup, program start,
stop or just after the service shutdown
- Redirect STDOUT, STDERROR and STDIN streams to or from the file for
- Specify desktop on which you would like your application to run as service
- Take all benefits of multi-processor, multi-thread and 64-bit platforms
- Works under Virtual Machines (VMWare and so on)
- Use XML configuration file to install the service
Application as Service Pricing and Availability
Application as Service is compatible with Windows NT 4.x, Windows
2000, Windows XPx32, Windows XP x64, Windows 2003 x32, Windows 2003 x64,
Windows Vista x32, Windows Vista x64, Windows 2008 x32, Windows 2008 x64.
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Here is how to install Windows 7 Beta without having to Burn the ISO to a DVD.
I used EASEUS Partition Manager 3.0 Home Edition – FREE FOR HOME USERS ONLY…to partition my drive.
I am running XP Pro on may main drive C: on the first Partition,,, 2nd partition is formatted at 80GB and NTFS with Drive letter F: or whichever you want is fine.
Screen Shots Link… don’t let them scare you off…
View my Post on my site here, to see how to use Partition Manager 3.0 tutorial video’s included.
EASEUS Partition Manager 3.0 Home Edition – FREE FOR HOME USERS ONLY
Click the Photo For Full View.
I had been looking for a good Disk Partition software to use that would work with a (RAID O) Drive setup, and well after a little investigating, I came upon this program called “EASEUS Partition Manager 3.0 Home Edition”. I installed it and gave it a try, well now it is very simular to Partition Magic, but this Home Version is a Free Ware program. They also have a “Professional and Server Edition” Which most of us will not have any need for. It worked perfectly, I have a Set of WD Drives 160 GB each set on a RAID O setup, at first I was a little skepticle, but it never failed me, worked like a charm, I added a 80 GB partition with no problems using Windows XP Pro.
1. I had first to shrink my main partition to allow an 80GB unalocated partition space.
2. I then applied the settings and rebooted my PC to make sure it was ok.
3. I then formatted the unalocated 80GB space as NTFS, smooth as a whistle.
4. Rebooted to finish and all was just fine no problems.
After checking the program out some more, I found that you can use the graphical layout to just slide the edge of the box contianing the partion around to resize, of move it from one place to another and then click apply and it will do its job.
I have 3 video tutorial links below to show basic usage.
Video (1) how to make unallocated space to use for an extra Partition.
#1. Click Here to View the Video Tutorial
Video (2) how to format and assign a drive letter to the unallocated Space.
#2. Click Here to View the Video Tutorial
Video (3) how to mount Windows 7 beta ISO and start the install using Daemon Tools
#3. Click Here to View the Video Tutorial
The maps i created for Crysis are (Mercy Island PS, Mercy Island IA, Lost Flight and Fist Fight). These maps can be viewed and downloaded at this link. Jakes Crysis Maps Download Page
November 20, 2008 by Jake · Comments Off
The US-CERT (Computer Emergency Response Team) issued a warning on Thursday that malicious code is increasingly propagating via USB flash drive devices.
Meanwhile, the U.S. Department of Defense has temporarily banned the use of thumb drives, CDs, and other removable storage devices because of the spread of the Agent.bzt virus, a variant of the SillyFDC worm, according to Wired.