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Microsoft Windows / Water Therapy as a Complementa...
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#2
Microsoft Windows / Re: Windows 11
Last post by humbert - February 23, 2024, 05:23 AM
Quote from: Vasudev on February 22, 2024, 06:33 PMNo, as always no activation or activators included so that Mega won't remove the downloads.

Does Mega go in an open up every file you put on their site? Also, given so many cloud sites out there, why does it necessarily have to be Mega? Google (for example) offers 15Gb for free.

I've seen many Windows ISO's that are pre-activated. You could also put a password-protected separate file with the activator on it, then rename the activator to something real strange. Another way is to put a torrent file inside the ISO so we can download the activator ourselves, or provide a link hidden inside a text file. There are many ways to get around this limitation.
#3
Chit Chat / Re: best clips
Last post by humbert - February 23, 2024, 05:06 AM
Quote from: Vasudev on February 22, 2024, 06:41 PMMy PII was leaked via an ISP years ago. So, started using VPN. You can monitor the browsing data and sell them to highest bidder for 3rd party advertisers and even on woo woo web.

I didn't know what PII meant so I googled it. It says "Personally Identifiable Information". Is this what you mean? If this is indeed the case, what is it about you they're looking for? I'd think they'd go for credit card numbers, bank information, passwords etc. Why would they be interested in anything else?

Isn't there https over there? In theory traffic over https is encrypted. Did they find some way to break it or what? I ask because here I've been using the internet for financial matters for ages and I've never had a problem. All sites use https without fail.

My ISP is Google Fiber. They would NEVER sell my PII. The reason is simple. If they do they'd get paid only once. If they use my PII for targeted advertizing without revealing their sources, they get paid many times over.
#4
Chit Chat / Re: best clips
Last post by Vasudev - February 22, 2024, 06:41 PM
Quote from: humbert on February 19, 2024, 05:47 AM
Quote from: Vasudev on February 18, 2024, 07:17 PMISPs in general to comply with government rules to monitor user habits. I had to add few links to be whitelisted and not throttled. Eventually they switched to new IP which solved the slow speed.

How prevalent is the internet over there? I'm asking because I find it a little difficult for any government to monitor what 1 billion Indians are doing. What do you suppose they're looking for? If they were indeed monitoring people I'd guess the first thing they'd do is make it difficult to sign up with a VPN. Here the government encourages people to hire a VPN for added security. NordVPN is located in Panamá, which is outside the reach of the US government.
My PII was leaked via an ISP years ago. So, started using VPN. You can monitor the browsing data and sell them to highest bidder for 3rd party advertisers and even on woo woo web.
#5
Programs / Re: Virtual Machines
Last post by Vasudev - February 22, 2024, 06:39 PM
Quote from: humbert on February 19, 2024, 05:59 AM
Quote from: Vasudev on February 18, 2024, 07:14 PMOh I remember, if you have previously applied telemetry blocking rules via firewall try disabling them and re-run hyper V setup ie remove all existing OS virtual images and allocated disks. Some components gets downloaded via MSFT domain.
Not sure why its buggy on your end with Win 11 provided you have supported hardware.

I use Windows 10 Privacy to block telemetry through the firewall and the hosts file. I can't understand why only Hyper-V would be affected. This given the fact that their other VM's (Windows system for Android and Linux) run with no issues. I'm probably doing something wrong somewhere. Even so I decided not to bother with it. VirtualBox runs great. The only thing I've been unable to do with it is install MacOS as a VM. I downloaded a copy with instructions but unfortunately I couldn't get the damn thing to work.

When you say "virtual OS images" do you include those that run under VirtualBox as well? I don't have any under Hyper-V.

Incidentally, have you guys tried Windows system for Android? This thing is truly a piece of work! You can run Android apps in separate windows as if they were native Windows apps themselves. You can sideload any apk and even talk to the subsystem using Google's platform tools. If you have an Android phone this thing is a must. BTW I use a rooted modded copy and it works great. It includes Magisk for root and Gapps with Google Play Store and anything Google.
Yep For instance there are Win 11 Development Image https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/downloads/virtual-machines/
Android and other Linux Distros for Vbox
This is for consistent experience as per minimum system reqmts.
#6
Microsoft Windows / Re: Windows 11
Last post by Vasudev - February 22, 2024, 06:33 PM
Quote from: humbert on February 19, 2024, 05:38 AMVasudev & Scarface ↣ Are your copies of Windows preactived? Just curious.
No, as always no activation or activators included so that Mega won't remove the downloads.
#7
Microsoft Windows / Re: Windows 11
Last post by scarface - February 19, 2024, 11:41 PM
Quote from: humbert on February 19, 2024, 05:38 AMVasudev & Scarface ↣ Are your copies of Windows preactived? Just curious.
Well humbert, it turns out that you are one of the few posting members on the forum, and your comments are usually interesting and appreciated. However It turns out that few users are posting downloadable contents, besides me, and Vasudev.
As far as your question is concerned, you've already asked if my versions were preactivated. and I think I already answered this question, there is nothing new about it. I'm getting old, and I don't want to answer the same questions twice.
Actually, I'd be glad if you came with questions once you have installed the OS. But at this point, I have the feeling that there is no point in answering. Preactivated or not, you probably don't intend to install either of the 2 versions above I guess.
Since I provided a download link, you could easily download the content, and if you look inside, you will get the answer anyway.
#8
Programs / Re: Virtual Machines
Last post by humbert - February 19, 2024, 05:59 AM
Quote from: Vasudev on February 18, 2024, 07:14 PMOh I remember, if you have previously applied telemetry blocking rules via firewall try disabling them and re-run hyper V setup ie remove all existing OS virtual images and allocated disks. Some components gets downloaded via MSFT domain.
Not sure why its buggy on your end with Win 11 provided you have supported hardware.

I use Windows 10 Privacy to block telemetry through the firewall and the hosts file. I can't understand why only Hyper-V would be affected. This given the fact that their other VM's (Windows system for Android and Linux) run with no issues. I'm probably doing something wrong somewhere. Even so I decided not to bother with it. VirtualBox runs great. The only thing I've been unable to do with it is install MacOS as a VM. I downloaded a copy with instructions but unfortunately I couldn't get the damn thing to work.

When you say "virtual OS images" do you include those that run under VirtualBox as well? I don't have any under Hyper-V.

Incidentally, have you guys tried Windows system for Android? This thing is truly a piece of work! You can run Android apps in separate windows as if they were native Windows apps themselves. You can sideload any apk and even talk to the subsystem using Google's platform tools. If you have an Android phone this thing is a must. BTW I use a rooted modded copy and it works great. It includes Magisk for root and Gapps with Google Play Store and anything Google.
#9
Chit Chat / Re: best clips
Last post by humbert - February 19, 2024, 05:47 AM
Quote from: Vasudev on February 18, 2024, 07:17 PMISPs in general to comply with government rules to monitor user habits. I had to add few links to be whitelisted and not throttled. Eventually they switched to new IP which solved the slow speed.

How prevalent is the internet over there? I'm asking because I find it a little difficult for any government to monitor what 1 billion Indians are doing. What do you suppose they're looking for? If they were indeed monitoring people I'd guess the first thing they'd do is make it difficult to sign up with a VPN. Here the government encourages people to hire a VPN for added security. NordVPN is located in Panamá, which is outside the reach of the US government.
#10
Microsoft Windows / Re: Windows 11
Last post by humbert - February 19, 2024, 05:38 AM
Vasudev & Scarface ↣ Are your copies of Windows preactived? Just curious.