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  • Security-Suiten im Test

    chip | ISBN: none | 2008 | 20 pages | PDF | 2 MB
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  • Eric Clapton - Old Grey Whistle Test 1977
    DVDRip | 352x240 | MPEG 1152 kbps | 29.97 fps | Aspect ratio: 4:3 | Audio: MP3 224 kpbs @ 44.1 KHz | 450 MB
    Genre: Rock, blues, blues-rock, hard rock, psychedelic rock | Music Video - Live Concert

    The Old Grey Whistle Test (usually abbreviated to Whistle Test or OGWT) was an influential BBC2 television music show that ran from 1971 to 1987. It took over the BBC2 late night slot from "Disco Two", which had been running since January 1970, while continuing to feature non-chart music. It was devised by BBC producer Rowan Ayers. According to presenter Bob Harris, the programme derived its name from... a 'tin pan alley' phrase from years ago. When they got the first pressing of a record they would play it to people they called the old greys [doormen in grey suits] . The ones they could remember and could whistle having heard it just once or twice had passed the old grey whistle test.
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  • TEST - Icons Pack
    103 ICO,PNG | 256 x 256 | 15,4 MB

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  • So you just bought a superb ultra-flat 25¾" LCD monitor, but it looks like there are a few 'spots' on it. Depending on how many and it'll mean return to the vendor or live with it. Or you could be about to buy one in a store and want to make sure there aren't any dead pixels. Just come to this page !

    Testing for dead pixels is very simple, there's nothing to install. All you need to do is click on all the links below to load the various test pages and look carefully at the images for any sign of dead (black) pixel, lit (white) pixel Dead or Lit pixels as visible on the test images or also colored pixel Colored pixel as seen on some LCD screens (here yellow and blue, even if it's difficult to tell the colors).

    The links below will open a JavaScript window full screen. If your browser cannot do JavaScript or won't scale full screen either, you still have the option, once you are on one of the pages below, to right click it, do [Set as wallpaper] and hide all your windows (Press [Win][D]). If you still don't see the dot pattern covering the full screen, you need to 'tile' the wallpaper with the following method in Windows: right-click on the Desktop, chose [Properties] and then chose [Tile] as the [Picture Display option]. Once you have tested all the images, go put some better looking wallpaper.
    I See Dead Pixels...

    Now don't confuse a dead pixel with a fleck of dirt on the screen or a piece of dried snot. Wipe gently your screen with a dry clean rag before using the test procedure. How can you tell the difference ? Easy: move your head to the side of the screen: if the error moves to the next pixel, it's dried snot ! If you notice dead pixels, sometimes you can massage them back to life: just rub the screen by pressing a finger gently through a rag around the pixel. No guaranty but sometimes it works; LCD monitors are fairly fragile and easily scratched, so take it easy.

    So even if you are lucky enough to not have any dead pixels on your monitor, you can still come back to this page when you are cleaning it in order to check that all the specks are gone. Some people pretend that you can also bring a pixel back to life by alternating its color very fast. I'm not convinced but you can always try to leave the 'cycle them' window open overnight... It may bo the job if it doesn't kill your video card or if your monitor doesn't go in sleep mode from sheer boredom.
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    Click below. If the window that opens isn't full screen, press [F11]. When you are done looking closely, press [Ctrl][F4] or [Alt][F4] to close the window and proceed with the next one. Click below, then press [F11] to view full screen followed by the [Backspace] key to come back to this page before you try the next one.

    * Black&White
    * White&Black
    * Blue&Yellow
    * Yellow&Blue
    * Cyan&Red
    * Red&Cyan
    * Green&Magenta
    * Magenta&Green

    Extra: Cycle them

    * Black&White
    * White&Black
    * Blue&Yellow
    * Yellow&Blue
    * Cyan&Red
    * Red&Cyan
    * Green&Magenta
    * Magenta&Green

    Extra: Cycle them

    Some advice about getting the best out of your screen:

    * Use it at its highest color mode (32 bits) to avoid dithering (display options of the control panel). 24 bits is okay, but avoid 16 bits modes.
    * Use it at its highest frequency to lower flickering (advanced display options of the control panel), although the frequency is a lot less important for LCD than for normal monitors. Note that pivot monitors sometimes have lower frequencies in vertical position than horizontal and the driver will refuse to rotate the image if the horizontal frequency is set too high.
    * Unlike classic monitors, LCD screens have only one optimal resolution: the highest. If your screen is given for 1200x1024, don't try to use it at 1024x768 even if characters get too small to read, instead change the default system font size in the advanced display options of the control panel; you'll get better quality and readability this way.
    * If both your video card and your monitor have classic analog (VGA) and digital (DVI) outputs, always use the digital cable.
    * The images above can also be used to test the bleeding of the pixels onto one another. If you look closely you should see a fine tiny mesh. Otherwise if you see a grey mess or very flickery lines, then it's a sign of lack of quality from the screen or the video card. There can also be a lot of quality difference from one video card to the next, even on identical models.
    * Note that CRT screens don't exhibit 'dead pixel' problems. It's specific to LCD or plasma screens.


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  • United States Air Force Raptor Test Pilot
    1 PSD | 5100 x 3400 | 300 DPI | 40.2 MB
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  • PerformanceTest 7.0.Build 1010 | 11,04 Mb


    Performance Test enables you to objectively benchmark a PC using a variety of different speed tests then compare the results to other computers.
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  • Release: 8 December 2002
    Genre: GT / Street Racing
    Developer: Pitbull Syndicate
    Language: English
    Size:
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  • Test Bank for Basic English Grammar 2nd Edition
    (The Azar Grammar Series)
    108 Pages | ISBN 013788480X | 1999 | PDF | 5 MB
    Publisher: Prentice-Hall | Author: Helene Rubinstein Pitzer
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  • Portable Schoolhouse Test 2.3.12.0 (Size: 28,4 MB)


    "Make professional-quality tests and quizzes in a snap."
    Edit by Brothersoft: Creating and printing a quiz, test, or exam, has never been easier. Schoolhouse Test makes a time-consuming chore a whole lot easier and the result considerably more professional. Some of our customers have even hinted that creating tests with Schoolhouse Test can actually be an enjoyable process. While we can't guarantee that, we can guarantee that test-making with Schoolhouse Test will be more fun than whatever system you're using now.
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  • The Complete Guide to the TOEIC Test
    150 pages | Publisher: Heinle ELT | 2006-03-27 | ISBN-10: 14240X2966 | PDF | MP3 | 20MB | 80 Mb

    The Complete Guide to the TOEIC Test provides learners with a clearly organized, step-by-step program for maximizing test scores. It is the most complete and up-to-date guide to the TOIEC Test on the market.
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  • The Passion Test Interactive Course | 246 MB


    The Passion Test is simple to take, fun to do, and profoundly effective.
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  • 362 pages | May 21, 2002 |ISBN:059600754X | PDF | 6,8 Mb


    Product Description:

    For years, computer users have put up with the bugs, security holes, and viruses on Windows because they had no choice. Until recently, there has never been a good alternative to Windows. But now, Windows users can switch to Linux, the reliable, secure, and spyware free operating system. Linux is easy to use, runs on almost any PC, and enables you to perform all the tasks you can do with Windows.
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  • PDF / ISBN: 0768910978 / 2002 / 240 pages / Total Size: 90 MB

    This is one of the best TOEFL or TOEIC books I have seen, and the best I have used definitely. There are 30 lessons, and most can be done in 1 hour, or up to 2 if you have a lot of discussion or slow students. It can even be used for advanced students as a brush up and conversation/listening book. The CD's are good and it contains exercises and explanations for listening, reading, identifying photos, etc.
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  • Driving Test Success ALL Tests 2009 Edition (PC) | 7.5Gb

    NEW THEORY TEST
    Contains the complete NEW OFFICIAL DSA Theory Test question bank for all tests taken from the 1st September 2008 onwards.
    For learner car drivers, motorcyclists and ADIs in Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
    Sit unlimited mock tests under realistic exam conditions.
    Detailed progress monitor to see if you’re ready for the real test.
    Focus on your weakest questions and improve your skills.
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  • Windows Sofware | Driving Theory & Hazard perception Test 2008-2009 | 688.96 MB

    This if a rip of the driving theory test and hazard perception test.
    It has questions for 2008 and 2009. Suitable for test's taken after sept 08.
    It covers both cars and motorcycles.
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