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    Happy Birthday Ken

    Happy Birthday my friend, all the best! :thumb::rockin:
  2. Ah, ok.. What your router shows as WAN IP is...

    Ah, ok.. What your router shows as WAN IP is still a "private" address:

    100.64.0.0 ~ 100.127.255.255 (100.64.0.0/10 prefix) carrier-grade NAT communication between service provider and subscribers...
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    You also have the option of running one of the...

    You also have the option of running one of the older stand-alone versions, they still work with Windows 10. For example Office 2007 with Service Pack 3 works just fine and has all the functionality...
  4. You start by using the "Optimal" settings in the...

    You start by using the "Optimal" settings in the TCP Optimizer.

    Then, read over the Gaming tweaks article here: https://www.speedguide.net/articles/gaming-tweaks-5812
    You can also check the...
  5. Thread: Port 9980

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    If you are not using it for any specific service,...

    If you are not using it for any specific service, you can block it, I don't know of any default/specific/important service that runs on it.
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    Open Office with Mozilla Thunderbird for email is...

    Open Office with Mozilla Thunderbird for email is the traditional alternative.
  7. This is normal. Most modern broadband modems are...

    This is normal. Most modern broadband modems are also NAT routers, meaning, they get assigned one WAN/Internet IP from your Internet provider, and they are able to serve multiple private/internal IP...
  8. Thread: Vpn?

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    Yeah, I know what you mean, heh. There are some...

    Yeah, I know what you mean, heh. There are some other options you have, like incognito browser windows, ad blockers/privacy extensions (uBlock origin and the like for Chrome).
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    In a VPN provider, I'd look for easy integration...

    In a VPN provider, I'd look for easy integration on Windows/Android, and even routers. I'd also look at a large enough provider that offers unlimited bandwidth and good speeds.
    I am not sure about...
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    To answer the original question, there is more...

    To answer the original question, there is more than one way to prevent updates.. each one should work, but you can try multiple ones, as follows:

    1) Stop the Windows Update service (seems you've...
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    Heeh, I know right :)

    Heeh, I know right :)
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    The dynamic user ports are allocated in sequence,...

    The dynamic user ports are allocated in sequence, it only makes a difference if all are used, which is very rare.

    The TTL defines when a packet is considered lost, and is resent. Most normal...
  13. Thread: NSI Keys

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    NSI is the Network Store Interface service. ...

    NSI is the Network Store Interface service.

    Some netsh commands and registry edits can modify keys there, as it directly relates to the network interfaces, not something you'd normally edit on...
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    Ah, I missed that it is OS X, sorry. ...

    Ah, I missed that it is OS X, sorry.

    Theoretically you can alter the routing table to use specific interface when connecting to specific hosts. Check this article out: ...
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    There was one freeware called ForceBindIP, lets...

    There was one freeware called ForceBindIP, lets you run specific app through a specific network interface without considering their priority.
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    Glad it is working ok for you now, thanks for the...

    Glad it is working ok for you now, thanks for the update.
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    No problem :) It could be an issue because it was...

    No problem :) It could be an issue because it was upgraded from XP or something else, I've called before and they straightened it out, but up to you if you don't know whether the license is genuine.
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    You have to run Command prompt as administrator,...

    You have to run Command prompt as administrator, i.e. right-click on the icon and choose "Run as administrator".
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    I would try to change settings one by one. It...

    I would try to change settings one by one. It could be related to the MTU size, depending on your connection type, try 1454 MTU?
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    Yeah, just keep in mind they had different keys...

    Yeah, just keep in mind they had different keys for Retail, OEM, and upgrade versions of Windows. In case you have an "upgrade" key, it only works for upgrading from another OS, not for new install.....
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    Namecheap started using the same backhaul...

    Namecheap started using the same backhaul provider as IPVanish actually, so the quality should be the same and they are very competitively priced for longer terms, not sure about the software they...
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    Happy Independence Day! To offset the...

    Happy Independence Day!

    To offset the "Independence" it is also a wedding anniversary for me ;)
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    You can try this freeware tool to recover the...

    You can try this freeware tool to recover the Windows 7 key from the registry (as it is in binary in there and not easy to decipher):

    http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/product_cd_key_viewer.html
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    What is the Operating System? Is your account...

    What is the Operating System? Is your account Administrator, or user on the machine?

    In Windows 7, you can do this from elevated command prompt (Run "cmd" as adinistrator), then type:

    net user...
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    Congratulations on the achievement! What...

    Congratulations on the achievement!
    What university are you going to for your graduate degree?
    I know a couple of graduate math/stat students locally that are doing quite well working at a startup...
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    Not sure what exactly you mean by "formatting the...

    Not sure what exactly you mean by "formatting the HD and keeping Win7", formatting deletes all files on that particular partition of the HDD.
    To do a completely clean install of Windows 7, you need...
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    Me too, just had to let it run its course, heh. ...

    Me too, just had to let it run its course, heh.

    I've used an old Norelco like 20 years ago and wasn't impressed, haven't touched one since.
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    Our GeoIP database is not always up to date, I...

    Our GeoIP database is not always up to date, I wouldn't worry about it much - most likely it is as you guessed, reusing of other IPs.
  29. Thank you for sharing, I remember Matt well and...

    Thank you for sharing, I remember Matt well and wasn't aware about his passing so young, he must've been ~35yo at the time of the accident :(

    Even with his attitude, he was undoubtedly a very...
  30. Sticky: The link to the latest version is correct, only...

    The link to the latest version is correct, only the build wasn't updated in the first post. The revision history is always available here:...
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