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If you have VLC player, you don't have to download the video. Just open VLC → File → Open Network, paste the YouTube URL and click Open. Doing this will stream the YouTube video through VLC, allowing you to use the VLC audio settings.


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Try JangoDesktop


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Are you thinking of OnLive?


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John C's answer is not correct, though I had to sign up to find out the differences. The documentation about pricing is really a nightmare, and the calculator is also not of much help. The Free model is different from Shared, this is a screenshot of the control panel: The differences are: With the free model, you do not get any IP address to point your ...


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Open the card, Right-click in the white-space, in the bottom-left corner, there's the Archive button.


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What you should be looking for is a HTML5 Internet speed test. No add-ons/plugins (Flash/Java) are required when it comes to HTML5, and it should work well on both desktop and mobile devices. Here are 4 HTML5 Internet speed test websites I have found: HTML5SpeedTest.me SpeedOf.Me testmy.net BandwidthPlace.com


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The websites only appear to be free for 12 months and if you already have an Azure subscription of some kind (or for the length of the 90-day trial if you use one of those). If you do have that, then the limitations are listed on this page. During the Windows Azure Web Sites preview under the shared instances model, you will receive the following per ...


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One non-optimal possibility is download the video and then play it in VLC which has the ability to increase the volume up to 800% (using the mousewheel on the volume slider).


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Try BlogEngine.Net. If I recall, it can also be installed by the Web platform Installer. Other features (quoted from the product page): Multi-author support Pingbacks and trackbacks Event based for plug-in writers Theming directly in master pages and user controls Gravatar and coComments implemented Live preview on commenting Comment ...


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I would recommend Subtext. It can be easily installed using Web Platform Istaller. Subtext is an open source project licensed under the BSD license. It's designed and written by Phil Haack who is a Senior Program Manager at Microsoft responsible for ASP.NET MVC. Features: Database storage for blog content Unlimited blogs Multiple categories per blog post ...


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I used dasBlog because it was really easy to customize, install, and it didn't need a database.


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Zune Pass has only very recently become available in countries outside of the US. The rollout has coincided with the launch of Windows Phone 7 around the world, as Windows Phone 7 has a lot of integrated features that link up with Zune. The problems with launching "all-you-can-eat" music services like this around the world come down to the fact that laws on ...


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http://www.spoon.net/ perhaps ? :)


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If you were using Linux you could create one in Fogger, that's what I do. You could do something similar like using chrome, firefox or another third party application to create a desktop shortcut, then it would have a separate window, and not just a separate tab.


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This one seems to lack WYSIWYG but lets you style the code with your WP theme instead of in the plugin settings.


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How about you click the unsubscribe button at the bottom? Hotmail adverts are opt-in.


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Two solutions here: Google Drive Spreadsheet - Continue with using the speadsheet as linked, but limit the search area to avoid hitting the "Exceeded maximum execution time". Download via IMAP 1. Google Drive Spreadsheet It's possible via a Google Drive Spreadsheet. The original credit for Regular Expression based search of Gmail emails goes to ...


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According to the Google support pages, you should check 4 items to be sure. Ensure your notifications are enabled. (Which you already said you have checked). Be sure you are NOT using Flashblock. If you are using Flashblock you need to adjust your settings. Open Firefox. From the Tools menu, select Add-ons and Extensions. Go to Flashblock and click ...


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From a Microsoft representative: "With the current design of Hotmail, the option you're referring to is not yet available. I will forward the suggestion over to our product team as consideration for a future release." Unfortunately, that was over a year ago. It doesn't look like the feature is coming anytime soon.


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It looks like you've either: (1) Previously signed up for a Microsoft account with that external email address. (2) Added that external email address as an alias to an existing Microsoft account. If it's (1), then you'll have to sign in to that account and close it and wait 1 year before you can create that same email address under a custom domain. If it's ...


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You can also just use tightVNC http://www.tightvnc.com/ssh-java-vnc-viewer.php


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You are are looking at Firefox Sync as the most likely culprit:


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The SkyDrive Synced Storage (5 GB) associated with Live Mesh does not integrate into the other SkyDrive located at skydrive.live.com (25 GB). regarding the storage,SkyDrive Synced Storage (5 GB) is included in the skydrive.live.com (25 GB). The only point of "integration" is a link to View Synced Folders within the SkyDrive that will show any folders ...


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It could be one of a few things: Your friends account could be the 'email only' setup (If that is still available, I don't recall). The country/area where your friend resides/trying to play might not allow streaming. Silverlight might not be installed (or a linux OS that does not support Netflix). Should be one of those, otherwise have him contact ...


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Long paths and long filenames are not really the same thing, although the issues faced with the old MS-DOS 8.3 filenames are now history. You can try Windows Live Mesh, which is available for Windows Vista onwards and MacOSX.


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Dmailer Backup, Syncplicity, Wuala, SparkleShare, Live Mesh, SugarSync, LiveDrive, Tonido, SpiderOak, and Box.net are listed as the "Top Ten Dropbox Alternatives" by this site. The comments prove that a lot of them are really good resources. -Hope this helps!


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I found my answer, maybe it will help someone with the same problem: I changed my computer's Location in Windows from US to UK. Then I restarted my machine and voila! I now have a Zune Pass (and can access the above link). Here's where I changed it (in the Control Panel)... Surprising, but there you go. That's all it was. Very bizarre.


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I doubt such a service exists. For business applications hosting them offsite on VMs is a cinch. There are no graphics and rarely videos. But for games, the bandwidth would be too intensive. Imagine trying to play Modern Warfare over the internet. Either you would have insane lag as your computer tries to download intensive graphics real-time or you would ...



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