Subject: TIL you don't need a third party app like daemon tools or wincdemu to mount a disc image, you can just open it with windows explorer
Subject: Photograph Recognition
Does anyone have any recommendations for software for image recognition? I have loads of photos I would like to tag face data too and I know that there are a few options for this kind of thing but I have also taken tons of pictures of paperwork I have wanted to keep, also screenshots and then all oof memes that have been sent to me and made it into my master collection.
Subject: Office 2021 Product Activation Failed
I downloaded Office img from tb.rg-adguard.net/public.php , converted with C2R-R2V-AIO then tried to use KMS_VL_ALL, but it keeps failing, saying "Product Activation Failed: 0x80080005 Remaining Period: 30 days (43127 minutes)"
I have legit Windows 11 Home 64 bit, so I selected [No] for  Process Windows . I ran it with admin mode and turned off real-time scanning of my antivirus.
The Office version I tried was Office 2021 Home & Business. I even tried Office 2019 Home & Business but didn't work.
Does anyone know why it fails?
Subject: Why do almost all links from torrminatorr forums have 'file not found' error?
Subject: Steam has restricted my ability to purchase games permanently due to unauthorized access on my account.
Subject: How to download only MS Word, PowerPoint and Excel ?
I found a tool on this sub a tool which runs on cmd and asks for what programs to be installed and after providing inputs it downloaded those MS office programs and installed it to my pc. i somehow lost that tool.
please help me find it or let me know any other way to get office365/2021 word, ppt and excel only. as other tools are of no use to me and take up space.
Thanks in advance.
Subject: What are your reason for pirating?
Subject: Is there any valid MP3 websites left with legit mp3s? (no YT converters)
With the rise of Spotify, its getting extremely painful to find niche music, particularly dubstep and other similar genres. Website like Myfreemp3.vip was my go to website but it stopped working a few months ago. Tried mp3clan recently and it works decent but it can be a bit buggy, sometimes just outright stops finding any songs for no reason. Soulseek is okay but its very unreliable, as it might contain only about a fifth of the songs I might be looking for, not to mention half of seeders might make you be stuck in Permanent Queue. Any tips?
Subject: What happens when you torrent
Subject: The game is running but there's no dlc??
Subject: Is there a site that doesn't throttle its downloads?
Subject: Where is a good place to find ringtones?
Subject: Remembering utorrent's rating and comment section where all trolls came to keyboard fight
Subject: YTS.MX & Webtor
Subject: Possible to get splice samples for free?
Subject: Is there any way to get software like AtlasTi v22?
Subject: Can i trust this?
Subject: Any way to know how efficient is the encoding algorithm in a H264 Blu-Ray?
My private tracker often offers 1080p Bluray remuxes, labelled as H264, an one or two 1080p x264 reencodings. I am sometimes in doubt about which to download, as I don't like seeing artifacts (I know this is very subjective but I do see them in some reencodings of up to 15Mbps) and I would like to build a long-term library.
From what I have understood reading around, H264 refers to a standard and x264 to a specific algorithm to encode that happens to be opensource. I am not an expert on this but from my background in programming I assume this is similar to an interface/implementation distinction.
I have also read some (unsourced) opinions claiming that the encoding in Blurays is often "cheap" (in the sense that it doesn't care to squeeze the best possible quality per MB) because there's often extra space in Blurays. I am not sure how true this is for BD25 and whether BD50 discs are more expensive to manufacture today. I am also thinking that if one is a distributor that is encoding a movie ONCE to be distributed in tens of thousands of discs or more, it would be very strange not investing on proper hardware and a bunch of extra computing hours to make an encoding as efficient as possible. I would actually expect these companies to have more hardware resources than private individuals encoding things as a hobby, so shouldn't the encoding in a blu-ray (assuming it's H264 and not clearly less efficient stuff such as VC1) be more efficient than homemade x264 encodings? But this is just my own reasoning and I may be not aware of something that invalidates it--please let me know if you have some knowledge about this.
In any case, my main question is whether there's some way to know how efficient, in the sense of how much quality per GB I am getting behind the H264 label in a Blu-Ray.
Subject: Vanced for iOS?
Hey there! Due to recent circumstances, I’ve had to switch to an iPhone. I feel like I’m kind of stupid, because I haven’t been able to figure out how to add Vanced to my iPhone, if it’s even possible. Help? I've found the GitHub site, but I'm kinda lost past that
Subject: Help with Privacy (The Brazilian Only fans)