SOWizard removes obsolete or unwanted items that build up in the registry over time in order to improve the stability & performance of your computer. Searches and then cleans up the system so that it would be free from any unnecessary files. Optimizes the system so that it would be faster at boot time, thus, decreasing all the frustrations that you may feel due to slow boot time. Protects your privacy by helping you clear out any private information that you may have in your computer such as in your Internet Explorer cache or cookie folderThis is the first PC Notes column of the new millennium, and to get it off to a useful start I’d like to restate that oft‑quoted advice ‘RTFM’ (Read the F***ing Manual). One fact that’s being missed by a surprising number of people is that if you have an electronic manual in PDF format, as so often occurs these days, you can take advantage of its ‘Find’ function. As a case in point, a reader recently emailed me to ask where to find the Inspector in Cubase VST. It took me around 30 seconds to launch its PDF manual, enter ‘Inspector’ in the Find function, and reply that he could find an entire chapter devoted to ‘The Track Columns and the Inspector’ starting on page 132.
More serious problems can occur when users blindly install and attempt to run new PC software and hardware without even a cursory glance at its documentation, and only resort to browsing through it if they experience problems (and sometimes not even then!). Over the last couple of years I’ve noticed users becoming increasingly eager to blame major software applications for their hiccups and crashes, when they’re often caused by something completely different. For instance, VST for Windows is regularly blamed for crashes that turn out to be due either to soundcard drivers or to corrupted plug‑ins.
While there are acknowledged bugs with some major pieces of software, it’s easy for witch‑hunting to get out of hand. This month I came across such a scenario on various user forums. On one, a well‑known software sampler was slated for being badly written and causing numerous crashes. After some gentle probing by other forum users, it turned out that the new user who was making the allegations had blindly installed and run his new software without reading the documentation at all, and had therefore not seen specific instructions in the manual to change several settings of his particular soundcard drivers. A couple of mouse‑clicks later he was in business, full of apologies for his previous vitriolic outburst, and suitably humbled. So, although some say “if all else fails, RFTM”, you might avoid more potential problems if you make the manual your first resort rather than your last.Set in a fascinating alternative world in which ghosts are real, the United States never came into existence, and Russia is still ruled by the Romanovs, this sequel to Of Tangible Ghosts and The Ghost of the Revelator continues the adventures of semi-retired spy Dr. Johan Eschbach.
His lovely wife Llysette du Boise, a refugee from the burning remains of France and a world-famous vocalist, has been invited to provide a command performance for the Russian Imperial household. Johan accompanies her, allowing him to work on the oil concession in Russian Alaska that Columbia so desperately needs and do some spying on the side. Johan’s espionage is carried out against the backdrop of the famous white nights of St. Petersburg, the nearly Arctic midsummer when the sun barely dips below the horizon and the sky seems to dissolve in ivory light. But even the oil shortage will fade to insignificance when Johan discovers what new weapons technology the Russians are…
So Wizard with a Gun is an internet based cooperative sandbox survival game. Set in a magical wild fashioned with dangerous creatures and arcane secrets. Embark on a journey alone or with companions to gather, craft, and outfit your wizard anyway you consider fit to be you investigate the unexplored world. Carefully plan weapons, bullets, and decorations for your pinnacle home yet. Make an effort not to torch everything as the magic you use escalates outside your ability to control…
Magical Weapon Customization
Gather assets from the world and craft exceptional enchanted ammunition for your arsenal of guns. Consolidate components for planned or amazing impacts that alter the shot, blast radius, projectile trail, and even the status of the creature targeted by you.
Modified Whimsical Wizards
Create a dazzling wardrobe for your magic wielder from robes and hats to armor and accessories – functional and fashionable in a way that’s certain to intrigue.
Randomly Generated Biomes
Also investigate and uncover new segments of the world loaded up with deserts, swamps, tundra, and prairies – all freely floating together through space and time after the world was fractured. Unleash grandiose power from the safety of your pinnacle to reset the world and arise back to track down another layout to once familiar lands.
So endure alone or with up to four different wizards in web-based cooperative play to consolidate assets, magic, and creativity in your pinnacle building. Or on the other hand watch everything torch together – the decision is yours.