Monday, May 27, 2019

Duplicate Cleaner Pro 4.1.2 License Agreement

Here is the license you agreed to when you downloaded Duplicate Cleaner Pro.
5/27/2019

Duplicate Cleaner Pro license agreement

Please read the following terms and conditions carefully before using this software. Your use, distribution or installation of this copy of Duplicate Cleaner Pro indicates your acceptance of this License.

1. [Trial License] We (DigitalVolcano Software Ltd) grant to you a non-exclusive licence (the "Trial Licence") to use the downloaded software. This Trial license has limited functionality. You may convert the Trial License to a fully functional license (the "User License") by paying the required licence fee to DigitalVolcano Software Ltd. Paying users will receive a key-code which will constitute your licence (on the terms herein contained) to use the Software.

2. [Single License only] We grant you one license to install and use this software on a single device at a time. You may install and use the software on another device, but the software should not be in use on more than one device at a time unless you purchase additional licenses. You may make back-up copies of the software for archival purposes. You may permanently transfer your license to use the software to another party who will be bound by this agreement, provided you do not retain any copies of the software. If you do not agree to the following terms of this license, please uninstall and remove all copies and contact us within 30 days of your purchase for a full refund. Refunds can only be issued for purchases made directly through www.duplicatecleaner.com or www.digitalvolcano.co.uk.

3. [Site License only] If a site license has been purchased you may use the program on any or all computers located at a single physical site.

4. [Enterprise License Only] If an enterprise license has been purchased the program on any or all computers located within offices belonging to the purchasing company, with no geographical restrictions.

5. The software is protected by the copyright laws of the U.S. and other countries, and we retain all intellectual property rights in the software. You may not separately publish, sell, market, distribute, lend, lease, rent, or sublicense the software. However, this license is not to be construed as prohibiting or limiting any fair use sanctioned by copyright law, such as permitted library and classroom usage.

LIMITED WARRANTY

6. We warrant that the software will provide the features and functions generally described in the product specification on our website when you purchased (or downloaded) it and in the product documentation. This software is never distributed on physical media and no tangible goods are exchanged at any time during its distribution.

7. We have taken all reasonable steps to keep the software free of viruses, spyware, "back door" entrances, or any other harmful code. The software will not download or install patches, upgrades, or any third party software without getting your permission. We will not intentionally deprive you of your ability to use any features of the software or access to your data.

8. We do not warrant that the software or your ability to use it will be uninterrupted or error-free. To the extent permitted by applicable law, we disclaim any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.

LIMITATIONS ON LIABILITY

9. Your exclusive remedy under the above limited warranty shall be, at our option, either a full refund of the purchase price or correction of the defective software or media. To the fullest extent permitted by applicable law, we disclaim all liability for indirect or consequential damages that arise under this license agreement. Nothing in this agreement limits our liability to you in the event of death or personal injury resulting from gross negligence, fraud, or knowing misrepresentation on our part.

GENERAL PROVISIONS

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11. This agreement will be governed by the laws of England and Wales and other countries where applicable.

12. This agreement does not supersede any express warranties we made to you. Any modification to this agreement must be agreed to in writing by both parties.

Sunday, December 2, 2018

How Karen the Supertrader Blew Up Her Accounts

There's nothing wrong with trading Naked Puts, but Karen the Supertrader did what almost every novice naked option trader does: If your position size is too high, you too will blow up your account.

Selling Naked Puts like Karen the Supertrader:

Suppose you sell a naked put for $1.00. Then the stock goes down and now that put trades for $2.00. So instead of showing a loss of $1.00, you roll that option out in time for let's assume a net of $0.50. So where you had a loss of $1.00 ($2.00 less $1.00), you're now showing a gain of $0.50 (-$2.00 to buy back the NP and +$2.50 to sell the new NP). So while you're actually losing money on the underlying position, you're showing a gain by rolling that position out in time. With Karen taking commissions on the "gain" of $0.50, she's taking credit for a gain that may never be realized, or worse.

If you can keep rolling this position long enough, you may be able to get out of the position without a loss even if the stock never goes back up. But if you are highly leveraged and your position size is too high, you can quickly blow up your account when the stock swoons and you too can't meet your margin calls.

This is what happened to Karen the Supertrader. Margin calls came in on the leveraged positions, and she could not meet those calls. She could not hold on to those positions long enough to hopefully see a reversal in the underlying.

Naked options by themselves are not a bad thing. The problem is leverage and position sizing. I don't use leverage when trading Naked Puts.

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How to turn off "Microsoft Account Problem" Notice

Here's how to stop the "we need to fix your Microsoft" pop-ups on your PC:

Go to: Settings/System/Shared Experiences and turn off "Share across devices"

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Automatically Start Photo Import when iPhone Connected

To automatically start photo import when iPhone is connected to your PC, change settings here:

Go to Settings/Devices/AutoPlay and under iPhone select: Import photos and videos (Photos).

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Saturday, April 28, 2018

How to get Missing Notes back onto iPhone

Wow, this worked.

If all your notes are missing from your iPhone, and you have a lot of notes in iCloud (I have ~25), in order for those to reappear on your iPhone, your iPhone MUST be connected to WiFi.

Once all those notes reappear, and you're only adding a note here and there, they should sync fine when you're not connected to WiFi.

So bottom line, if all your notes are gone, connect to WiFi and they should reappear on your phone.

It took escalation through 4 technician levels at Apple to resolve this issue today.

UPDATE 7/10/2018:

This still doesn't work most of the time.
Apple's support page for this issues doesn't help: https://support.apple.com/en-us/ht204051

iPhone simply loses the ability to see some networks. My PC see's the network (and I'm connected to it as I type this), I'm sitting within 1 foot of my router, restarting the router doesn't help, and resetting Network Settings (Tap Settings; General; Reset; Reset Network Settings) doesn't work either. That's all they've got.

Frustrating to be out shopping, open your iNotes to view yours lists, and see iNotes haven't been updated in ages.

Note that the calendar and other apps are working just fine (they don't need the inconvenience of having to connect to the cloud to update).

Is there a better Notes app out there? Will look but please send suggestions, thanks!


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Wednesday, September 13, 2017

How to stop delay in Excel when moving from cell to cell

To remove the delay in Excel when typing or moving from cell to cell, this worked for me:

File menu > Options command > Advanced option > Display section > turn on “Disable hardware graphics acceleration”

Microsoft has added some type of unnecessary animation, and it appears this turns that off.

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Sunday, September 3, 2017

Canon PowerShot S95: Remove Review Info that shows after taking Picture

It was tough to find!

Select Menu
Scroll down to Review Info: Off


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Saturday, August 5, 2017

Confirm these settings to have Microsoft Edge remember Passwords

If Microsoft Edge is no longer saving your username and password, confirm these settings under Settings / Clear browsing data "choose what to clear".

Be sure "Cookies and saved website data" is unchecked:




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Thursday, April 20, 2017

Disable Sleep Key in Windows 10

Here's how to disable that pesky sleep button (mine looks like a half moon):
  1. Go to: Control Panel\Hardware and Sound\Power Options\Edit Plan Settings
  2. Click: "Change advanced power settings"
  3. Select: "Power buttons and lid"
  4. Click: "Sleep button action" and change "Setting" to "Do Nothing"

Version: Windows 10


Sunday, March 26, 2017

Delete Duplicate Wireless Networks

To remove duplicate WiFi networks:
  • Go to Start ("Search Windows" box) and type: "Settings"
  • Click "Settings"
  • Click "Network & Internet"
  • Select "Wi-Fi"
  • Select "Manage Known Networks"
  • Click on the network you want to delete, and click "Forget"
Duplicate networks often appear because you've changed your WiFi Password or SSID. They should be removed.

Note these instructions are for Windows 10 Home edition.


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