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  1. what would be nice to see is feedback from iobit. I expect ASC8 final and ASC 9beta are still way off. But it would be nice if a developer could list the suggestions made from readers then sow which were adopted for ASC8, which are being researched/considerd for ASC9 and those discontinued. with would give a little kudos to readers for their innovationg idea's and perhaps encourage more feedback.
  2. what would be nice to see is feedback from iobit. I expect ASC8 final and ASC 9beta are still way off. But it would be nice if a developer could list the suggestions made from readers then sow which were adopted for ASC8, which are being researched/considerd for ASC9 and those discontinued. with would give a little kudos to readers for their innovationg idea's and perhaps encourage more feedback.
  3. what would be nice to see is feedback from iobit. I expect ASC8 final and ASC 9beta are still way off. But it would be nice if a developer could list the suggestions made from readers then sow which were adopted for ASC8, which are being researched/considerd for ASC9 and those discontinued. with would give a little kudos to readers for their innovationg idea's and perhaps encourage more feedback.
  4. what would be nice to see is feedback from iobit. I expect ASC8 final and ASC 9beta are still way off. But it would be nice if a developer could list the suggestions made from readers then sow which were adopted for ASC8, which are being researched/considerd for ASC9 and those discontinued. with would give a little kudos to readers for their innovationg idea's and perhaps encourage more feedback.
  5. what would be nice to see is feedback from iobit. I expect ASC8 final and ASC 9beta are still way off. But it would be nice if a developer could list the suggestions made from readers then sow which were adopted for ASC8, which are being researched/considerd for ASC9 and those discontinued. with would give a little kudos to readers for their innovationg idea's and perhaps encourage more feedback.
  6. a few years back there was a programe long gone now called "cleansweep". when you installed software it took a snapshot of registry so it coud check when deleting the progame at a later date at all the keys were deleted. now could the innovators at iobit look at similar. it can be complex where software is upgraded, and where registry files are shared, perhaps thats why its not around anymore. but maybe worth a look at that direction.
  7. a few years back there was a programe long gone now called "cleansweep". when you installed software it took a snapshot of registry so it coud check when deleting the progame at a later date at all the keys were deleted. now could the innovators at iobit look at similar. it can be complex where software is upgraded, and where registry files are shared, perhaps thats why its not around anymore. but maybe worth a look at that direction.
  8. a few years back there was a programe long gone now called "cleansweep". when you installed software it took a snapshot of registry so it coud check when deleting the progame at a later date at all the keys were deleted. now could the innovators at iobit look at similar. it can be complex where software is upgraded, and where registry files are shared, perhaps thats why its not around anymore. but maybe worth a look at that direction.
  9. a few years back there was a programe long gone now called "cleansweep". when you installed software it took a snapshot of registry so it coud check when deleting the progame at a later date at all the keys were deleted. now could the innovators at iobit look at similar. it can be complex where software is upgraded, and where registry files are shared, perhaps thats why its not around anymore. but maybe worth a look at that direction.
  10. a few years back there was a programe long gone now called "cleansweep". when you installed software it took a snapshot of registry so it coud check when deleting the progame at a later date at all the keys were deleted. now could the innovators at iobit look at similar. it can be complex where software is upgraded, and where registry files are shared, perhaps thats why its not around anymore. but maybe worth a look at that direction.
  11. TJB How to Fix F8 For Safe Mode in Windows 8 With Windows 8, Microsoft updated the standard boot menu policy to include the new Modern UI recovery environment. They also reduced the amount of time Windows waits for an interrupt in the boot sequence to nearly nothing. To get that classic F8 behavior back we need to restore the legacy boot menu policy. To do this, hit the Win + X keyboard combination and launch and elevated command prompt "command prompt [admin]" When the command prompt opens, run the following: bcdedit /set {default} bootmenupolicy legacy That’s really all there is to it. Now, when your computer boots up, you can mash the F8 key to view the classic Advanced Boot Options. If you want to return the boot menu back to normal, you can use this command: bcdedit /set {default} bootmenupolicy standard
  12. TJB How to Fix F8 For Safe Mode in Windows 8 With Windows 8, Microsoft updated the standard boot menu policy to include the new Modern UI recovery environment. They also reduced the amount of time Windows waits for an interrupt in the boot sequence to nearly nothing. To get that classic F8 behavior back we need to restore the legacy boot menu policy. To do this, hit the Win + X keyboard combination and launch and elevated command prompt "command prompt [admin]" When the command prompt opens, run the following: bcdedit /set {default} bootmenupolicy legacy That’s really all there is to it. Now, when your computer boots up, you can mash the F8 key to view the classic Advanced Boot Options. If you want to return the boot menu back to normal, you can use this command: bcdedit /set {default} bootmenupolicy standard
  13. TJB How to Fix F8 For Safe Mode in Windows 8 With Windows 8, Microsoft updated the standard boot menu policy to include the new Modern UI recovery environment. They also reduced the amount of time Windows waits for an interrupt in the boot sequence to nearly nothing. To get that classic F8 behavior back we need to restore the legacy boot menu policy. To do this, hit the Win + X keyboard combination and launch and elevated command prompt "command prompt [admin]" When the command prompt opens, run the following: bcdedit /set {default} bootmenupolicy legacy That’s really all there is to it. Now, when your computer boots up, you can mash the F8 key to view the classic Advanced Boot Options. If you want to return the boot menu back to normal, you can use this command: bcdedit /set {default} bootmenupolicy standard
  14. TJB How to Fix F8 For Safe Mode in Windows 8 With Windows 8, Microsoft updated the standard boot menu policy to include the new Modern UI recovery environment. They also reduced the amount of time Windows waits for an interrupt in the boot sequence to nearly nothing. To get that classic F8 behavior back we need to restore the legacy boot menu policy. To do this, hit the Win + X keyboard combination and launch and elevated command prompt "command prompt [admin]" When the command prompt opens, run the following: bcdedit /set {default} bootmenupolicy legacy That’s really all there is to it. Now, when your computer boots up, you can mash the F8 key to view the classic Advanced Boot Options. If you want to return the boot menu back to normal, you can use this command: bcdedit /set {default} bootmenupolicy standard
  15. TJB How to Fix F8 For Safe Mode in Windows 8 With Windows 8, Microsoft updated the standard boot menu policy to include the new Modern UI recovery environment. They also reduced the amount of time Windows waits for an interrupt in the boot sequence to nearly nothing. To get that classic F8 behavior back we need to restore the legacy boot menu policy. To do this, hit the Win + X keyboard combination and launch and elevated command prompt "command prompt [admin]" When the command prompt opens, run the following: bcdedit /set {default} bootmenupolicy legacy That’s really all there is to it. Now, when your computer boots up, you can mash the F8 key to view the classic Advanced Boot Options. If you want to return the boot menu back to normal, you can use this command: bcdedit /set {default} bootmenupolicy standard
  16. Norton 737 thank you for the quick reply. how are you getting on with the beta, I have not downloaded till I got a reply, will give it a run this evenng.
  17. Norton 737 thank you for the quick reply. how are you getting on with the beta, I have not downloaded till I got a reply, will give it a run this evenng.
  18. Norton 737 thank you for the quick reply. how are you getting on with the beta, I have not downloaded till I got a reply, will give it a run this evenng.
  19. Norton 737 thank you for the quick reply. how are you getting on with the beta, I have not downloaded till I got a reply, will give it a run this evenng.
  20. Norton 737 thank you for the quick reply. how are you getting on with the beta, I have not downloaded till I got a reply, will give it a run this evenng.
  21. Norton 737 thank you for the quick reply. how are you getting on with the beta, I have not downloaded till I got a reply, will give it a run this evenng.
  22. Norton 737 thank you for the quick reply. how are you getting on with the beta, I have not downloaded till I got a reply, will give it a run this evenng.
  23. Norton 737 thank you for the quick reply. how are you getting on with the beta, I have not downloaded till I got a reply, will give it a run this evenng.
  24. Norton 737 thank you for the quick reply. how are you getting on with the beta, I have not downloaded till I got a reply, will give it a run this evenng.
  25. Norton 737 thank you for the quick reply. how are you getting on with the beta, I have not downloaded till I got a reply, will give it a run this evenng.
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