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AVG 2011 PC Tuneup 3-User
You already know how AVG can protect you online. Now we take our expertise one step further by fixing problems that slow you down. AVG PC Tuneup 2011 provides 16 useful tools to help you get the most out of your PC. Registry Cleaner keeps your computer from slowing down, freezing or crashing. All the changes you make are backed up and can be undone quickly and easily. You can also reorganize files, as well as improve application response time, PC start-up speed and overall performance. Disk cleaning tools remove duplicate and junk files from your hard disks, giving you back valuable space. You can also identify large files and save the ones you don't need to a removable drive. Internet Optimizer automatically tunes your Internet connection settings to the type of Internet connection you use. Unlike similar products, the Internet Optimizer will test your connection settings before applying any changes. Permanently delete files and wipe disks so your personal data cannot be easily recovered. You can choose from four different shredding options, ranging from fast to military-level safety shredding. You leave traces when you surf the Internet, open documents or run programs. Track Eraser will help you protect your privacy by hiding these traces so that no one can see which websites you have visited or which documents you have recently opened. Recover files that have been damaged or accidentally deleted within Windows. File Recovery also allows you to preview photos and documents while browsing through your list of found files.82% (17)
AVG PC Tuneup 2011
Get the most out of your PC
You already know how AVG can protect you online. Now we take that expertise one step further by fixing problems that slow you down. AVG PC Tuneup 2011 provides 16 useful tools to help you get the most out of your PC.
Fix issues affecting your PC's performance and enjoy a faster running PC
Get rid of tell-tale traces of your activity and files you hoped were gone for good
Clean your registry and stabilize your PC
Recover and protect your personal files
Improve your PC's Speed, Performance and Stability
Registry cleaner keeps your computer from slowing down, freezing or crashing. All the changes you make are backed up and can be done quickly and easily. You can also reorganize files, as well as improve application response time, PC start-up speed and overall performance.
Free Up Disk Space
Disk cleaning tools remove duplicate and junk files from your hard disks, giving you back valuable space. You can also identify large files and save the ones you don't need to a removable drive.
Improve Your Internet Connection
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Internet Optimizer automatically tunes your Internet connection settings to the type of Internet connection you use. Unlike similar products, the Internet Optimizer will test your connection settings before applying any changes.
Protect Your Privacy
Permanently delete files and wipe disks so your personal data cannot be easily recovered. You can choose from four different shredding options, ranging from fast to military-level safety shredding. You leave traces when you surf the Internet, open documents or run programs. Track Eraser will help you protect your privacy by hiding these traces so that no one can see which websites you have visited or which documents you have recently opened.
Recover Lost Files
Recover files that have been damaged or accidently deleted within Windows. File Recovery also allows you to preview photos and documents while browsing through your list of found files.
Why AVG PC Tuenup 2011?
Increase Speed and Performance
Internet OptimizerSpeeds up your Internet access by tuning settings specifically to your connection type
Service ManagerDisables unnecessary services that use up valuable memory, processor power and space
Tweak ManagerCustomize 280+ Windows settings to improve your system's speed and performance
Registry DefragRewrites your registry to consume less memory and give your applications faster access
Startup ManagerFrees up system resources by turning off unnecessary programs that run on startup
System InformationProvides a comprehensive overview of your PC - invaluable when getting technical support
Improve your PC's stability
Uninstall ManagerRemoves applications quickly and properly deletes installation files from your registry
Registry CleanerFixes corrupted registries that cause your PC to slow down, freeze and crash
Free up space on your hard drive
Disk CleanerRemoves clutter and junk files from your hard disks
Duplicate File FinderEliminates duplicate files and gives back valuable space
Disk ExplorerIdentifies large files and save the ones you don't need to a removable drive
Protect your privacy
File ShredderEnsures sensitive files can't be recovered and read by prying eyes
Disk WiperWipes entire drives, making sure that deleted files can't be restored
Track EraserPrevents others from learning which websites, files and applications you've opened
Protect and recover personal files
File RecoveryRecover lost files as a result of software errors and accidental deletion
Disk DoctorIdentifies bad sectors, lost clusters and directory errors that can cause data loss
All AVG customers have access to around the clock and around the globe to expert support at no additional charge.
Fix registry problems that cause freezing and crashing
Registry Cleaner and Registry Defrag
Fix cluttered and corrupted registries that consume memory, slow down your applications, and cause overall stability problems.
Disk cleaner scans your hard drives for files that waste disk space and slow down your computer. These may include temporary files, internet browser cache or junk files. Registry cleaner scans your registry to fix problems that cause your computer to slow down, freeze or even crash.
Optimize your Internet connection
Internet optimizer automatically tunes your Internet connection settings to speed up your online life.
This tool will speed up your internet connection by optimizing settings--including Max MTU and RWIN--specifically for the type of internet connection you use. In addition, the internet optimizer will test your connection settings before applying any changes.
Recover accidentally deleted files
AVG PC Tuneup comes fully equipped with a file recovery tool so that you can recover files that have been damaged or accidentally deleted within Windows.
This tool will recover accidentally deleted files or files that have been damaged. File recovery also allows you to preview photos and documents while browsing through the list of found files.
Permanently delete files and wipe disks
File shredder and disk wiper
Deleting files or folders removes references to them but doesn't remove the actual data stored within the file. This means that files you think you've deleted can easily be retrieved.
File shredder permanently deletes files so your personal data cannot be restored. It provides four different shredding options, ranging from fast to military-level safety shredding. The disk wiping tool can be used to wipe entire drives and to provide extra security. You can also turn off system restore while wiping a disk to ensure no file copies are created during wiping.
Protect your privacy
Lots of information about your activities is recorded on your PC. Track eraser will help you protect your privacy by removing this personal information from your computer.
When you surf the internet, open documents or run programs, your activity is recorded. Track eraser hides these traces so that no one can see which web sites you have visited or which documents you have recently opened.
Improve your disk speed
Disk and windows registry defragmenter
Disc defragmentation optimizes your file system to get the most out of your hard drive. Enjoy a faster hard disk and a more stable and smooth running computer.
Disk defragmenter reorganizes files on your disks so that they can be read and written faster. This improves application response time, system boot speed and overall computer performance. A similar tool cleans up your Windows registry by rewriting it to eliminate fragmentation, slack spaces and structural defects.
Monitor your hard drive health and space usage
Disk doctor and disk explorer
With these two tools it will be easy for you to keep your data organized and safe from being lost due to hard disk failure.
Disk doctor checks your hard drives for problems related to bad sectors, lost clusters and directory errors. By using disk explorer you can easily and quickly free up additional space on your disk by viewing the top 100 largest files and moving them to alternative media.
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[G9 ISO80 > APP1.4 > Gimp with mild USM mask, strong brightness and contrast adjustment] multi-shot pano rendered to 10MP Pretty good aside from the obvious blending artifact, huh? Notice how the horizon is dark, not bright white... This is just a goofy place to go shooting. It would take about a 20-24mm effective lens to get this in one shot. Problem is then how are you going to capture sufficient fine-detail? I think it's still worth a try with a nice wide-angle lens. A nice solid, uniform wide-angle shot from the right place with the right view, right light, air-conditions and cloud-cover would be pretty sweet. And it would have to be from high enough to get a good view, not so high as to lose all the ground detail, and at the right time of year to get good colors. There's a great shot up there somewhere. And the sun sets to the southwest making the sunsets easy to shoot and there are some really cool colors in the sky when the sun goes down. Right now, to shoot up here, if I had to choose between the film and the digital cameras that I've shot, to shoot up here, it would be digital no contest. The digital colors might be slightly muted, but at least they're consistent & well-controlled and there are no film "artifacts" which are clear to see in my film shots. I just would have to use a wide-angle lens like a 16-24mm zoom and a high-res camera like the A850. And since not all the good shots are wide-angle, I'd take a 100-400 as well. But those could be shot with anything, on a tripod, that's at least halfway-decent, like an A200. The thing is that it is clear that to get the SNR up high enough to get good shots from up here with a ponit & shoot, the shots have to be stitched, and given the loss of 2 stops with a DSLR relative to a point & shoot there's going to be little difference in SNR between a point & shoot with a wide-angle zoom and a subframe with a wide-angle zoom. You could get away with shooting the subframe at ISO100, true, but that's not a huge advantage over a P&S at ISO80. The camera needs to be ultra-clean, the lens nice and sharp across the frame, and the easiest way to get that with a small-sensor camera is to just shoot a pano at around 60-120mm effective. Too long and you're going to have trouble stitching and rendering it. .You can see that this one here is maybe 4 or 5 shots across. I'd much rather have it in 16:9 or maybe 2:1 but it came out so low because there wasn't enough ground in the sky shots for APP to automatically detect it and add the shots to the pano. Sure if you try you can get around that but then you have to set up the render manually. I came back from this trip with 500 shots, I wasn't about to then render the panos by hand. I just chucked them all at APP. ...another problem with shooting film: you're not going to shoot many panos on a trip unless you bring a *lot* of film and some extra batteries. And the thing with panos is that you have to shoot 4 or 5 panos just to get one good one. When shooting panos with a 100deg FOV and displaying them on a 15" monitor at 2MP, it's a simple thing, you just can't know what is going to look good until you see them rendered. They can look "fine", technically, but still uninteresting, and you can guarantee that you're going to fuck up one or two of them that would have been great if only you had shot a different perspective, FOV, focal-length or exposure. So some will be boring and some too technically-flawed to use, and maybe a handful of them will be great, out of hundreds of shots taken, hours of running around and shooting, days of travel and rendering. Photography can definitely be a pain in the ass but like most things if it was easy it wouldn't be so rewarding. Even if most of your shots suck you've still probably got some good ones that make it worthwhile. The question is are you willing to do what is required to get good shots more often, or are you content with just shooting casually and either throwing away most of them or trying not to care so much? :) The only way to get your hit-rate up is to invest real time and effort into it, regardless of what you shoot or what gear you use, but I'm not willing to invest hours into stitching a pano. APP either does a good job on it with minor editing required, or I just toss it. It still has to be *rendered* after that, and you're looking at hours to render a pano to even 10MP on the average PC, because it takes about 200MB of storage per MP in the final render meaning that a 10MP pano has to be rendered on disk unless you have at least 2GB of free ram, meaning more than 4GB of ram and a 64-bit OS. The G9 is a 12MP camera, most cameras these days are at least 10MP, so you're looking at an hour or more to stitch and render a single 10MP pano based on shots that can be taken in under a minute even with a p&s. Now try rendering 10 panos to 10MP each, that you can easily shoot in an afternoon of walking around. ItBuddy Attick Park, Fuji ISO200 0eV V100agc
[Fuji ISO200 > Nikon N80 & Tamron 28-200 @ F13 > CVS develop > V100 aec g2.0 > Gimp] so using the automatic exposure control seemed to solve the problem [with the white-balance but this is still disastrously overexposed], the one problem besides having to handle film & scan it in the first place, is the agc tends to make the sky too light so slight adjustments were necessary to get the overall DR down to a managable size without leaving a fil that required serious gymnastics to establish decent midtones & shadows with good overall contrast . I ended-up using display gamma 2.2 in the scanner software, and just scanning 24-bit uncompressed tiffs at 3200dpi. Then dropping the brightness and contrast a bit, sharpening and cleaning up the scratches & lint-marks. Not too hard. Definitely not as easy as popping out the SD card, putting it in a reader and copying the files to the PC. But also not a hard way to generate good 12MP images with a $30 scanner, a $35 camera, a $40 lens and $2/roll film for 36 exposures plus $2/roll plus development. Sure if you need "clean" shots then this will not work (at least not with this film & developing) or obviously fast results, even 1-hr development & scanning to CD can't match a digital camera for speed not to mention flexibility, and obviously with film video is pretty-much a pipe-dream...but if you don't need any of that, then you're simply paying extra for a digital body which will give you results with less fine-detail, less resolution and certainly questionable color and line-fidelity compared to film & a good scanner. On shots that for the most part any cheap digital point & shoot like a 5MP A510 can take quite adequately, not to mention a cellphone. If you don't mind the 5MP image-size, the in-camera NR and the blown-out highlights from shooting jpeg, or the extra processing of raw files. Just to try to match this. The #1 point is what are you really getting for your money, because certainly camera mfgs & resellers will be happy to take your rmoney. Not saying that I don't see how shooting digital makes sense, but I also see how film makes sense in the background of all that. If someone gave me an A850 I'd probably put this film gear away too. But I don't see anyone giving away $2k fullframes and I'm not so happy with a 30D, A200 or something similar that I'd want to buy another one even if they are only $300, not to mention a more-recent subframe for $800+. On a side note the N80 clearly out-features the 500si, which doesn't even have a stop-down button, which works really well on the N80 and I use it regularly. Plus it's much more configurable on top of that...much more like the current NIkons, very consistent in its operation. It just doesn't have text to go along with the configuration settings, much less a menu with 500 options. You just get a pair of numbers, the first for the option that is being set and the 2nd for the option setting so if you go this route be prepared to do a little memorization :) Other than that it's pretty-much like any of the current digital Nikons with the exception of not having a live histogram, live-view, an LCD that shows your shots, etc. And I have to admit that I chose the 500si over the later Maxxums for style as much as function...it's a reasonably small frame SLR that's all black without weird buttons all over it, not to mention red trim in awkward places. Functional but at least superficially no match for the N80. I don't even see a diopter adjustment on it, but at least it has auto film-advance, supports bracketing, continuous drive and all that. And changing the configuration is a little weird and non-intuitive. So, sure: you're a casual amateur or semipro, digital makes sense, the cameras are newer, better at taking pictures and much easier to work with. No question. When you start to get really picky about IQ, you'll probably want to take a look at film. Your other options are expensive fullframes and medium-format cameras, shooting a lot of panos, etc. Now I can see why people get into pixel-peeping because you pretty much have to do that to fix scratches and so forth with film, but why get obsessed over resolution when in the end you're just going to be posting your pics on the Internet where people only have a 2MP monitor at most. The web especially isn't good for film because most shots posted to the Web simply don't need really-good resolution, just something halfway-decent that looks clean and is easy to generate. That is not film.
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