ESTECO modeFRONTIER 2020 (x64) R3


ESTECO modeFRONTIER 2020 (x64) R3

File Size: 996.2 MB

modeFRONTIER is an environment for solving problems of criteria-based and multi-criteria optimization, working with various CAD, CAE, CFD and other software systems. The environment has the ability to work in automatic design and optimization of products. Implemented data processing and analysis using various methods
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Cimatron 15.0 SP3


Cimatron 15.0 SP3
Cimatron 15.0 SP3 | 3.4 Gb

3D Systems (DDD) is pleased to announce the availability of Cimatron 15.0 SP3 software for mold-, die- and tool-makers. Cimatron 15 introduces new and enhanced capabilities that can dramatically accelerate productivity whilst minimizing cost in the design and manufacturing of molds, dies and discrete parts.
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Windows 10 20H2 Build 19042.844 Pro for Workstations OEM Preactivated February 2021


Windows 10 20H2 Build 19042.844 Pro for Workstations OEM Preactivated February 2021

File Size: 4.97 GB | x64

Windows 10 is a series of personal computer operating systems produced by Microsoft as part of its Windows NT family of operating systems. It is the successor to Windows 8.1, and was released to manufacturing on July 15, 2015, and to retail on July 29, 2015. Windows 10 receives new releases on an ongoing basis, which are available at no additional cost to users. Devices in enterprise environments can receive these updates at a slower pace, or use long-term support milestones that only receive critical updates, such as security patches, over their ten-year lifespan of extended support.
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Windows 10 Pro 20H2 Build 19042.844 MULTi-24 Preactivated February 2021


Windows 10 Pro 20H2 Build 19042.844 MULTi-24 Preactivated February 2021

File Size: 11.9 GB | x64

Windows 10 is a series of personal computer operating systems produced by Microsoft as part of its Windows NT family of operating systems. It is the successor to Windows 8.1, and was released to manufacturing on July 15, 2015, and to retail on July 29, 2015. Windows 10 receives new releases on an ongoing basis, which are available at no additional cost to users. Devices in enterprise environments can receive these updates at a slower pace, or use long-term support milestones that only receive critical updates, such as security patches, over their ten-year lifespan of extended support.
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Qimage Ultimate v2021.104


Qimage Ultimate v2021.104
Qimage Ultimate v2021.104 | 21.2 Mb

Qimage Ultimate is the most advanced photo printing software in the world. With two decades of experience and innovation in photographic printing, it is the most frequently recommended batch photo printing software and is used by everyone from casual shooters to professional photographers. Our 21st Anniversary Edition offers a streamlined UI that simplifies all of your print nesting jobs!
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GiliSoft Exe Lock v10.1


GiliSoft Exe Lock v10.1
GiliSoft Exe Lock v10.1 | 5.1 Mb

Most applications don't come with user restrictions and this becomes a security flaw when two or more people are using the same computer (There are some applications on my computer that I don't want people to use, and I can't put a password on Windows due to certain reasons.). Password protecting the executable files is just another way you can heightened security in a shared environment.
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Windows 10 Pro 20H2 10.0.19042.844 With Office 2019 Pro Plus Preactivated Multilingual February 2021


Windows 10 Pro 20H2 10.0.19042.844 With Office 2019 Pro Plus Preactivated Multilingual February 2021
Windows 10 Pro 20H2 10.0.19042.844 (x86/x64) With Office 2019 Pro Plus Preactivated Multilingual February 2021 | 6.54/8.14 GB

Languages: English,German,Greek,French,Spanish,Italian,Portuguese-Portuguese,Portuguese-Brazil,Turkish


Windows 10 is a series of personal computer operating systems produced by Microsoft as part of its Windows NT family of operating systems. It is the successor to Windows 8.1, and was released to manufacturing on July 15, 2015, and to retail on July 29, 2015. Windows 10 receives new releases on an ongoing basis, which are available at no additional cost to users. Devices in enterprise environments can receive these updates at a slower pace, or use long-term support milestones that only receive critical updates, such as security patches, over their ten-year lifespan of extended support.
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R-Wipe & Clean 20.0 Build 2308


R-Wipe & Clean 20.0 Build 2308
R-Wipe & Clean 20.0 Build 2308 | 24 Mb

R-Wipe and Clean is a complete R-Tools solution to remove useless files, free up your disk space, and clean various privacy-compromising information on your online and offline activity. This includes internet history and cookies, lists of downloaded files and opened documents, various data caches, temporary files, and many more items, created by the operating system, most contemporary internet browsers and communication programs, and by hundreds of third-party applications.
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Liberty Street HomeManage 2020 20.0.0.17


Liberty Street HomeManage 2020 20.0.0.17
Liberty Street HomeManage 2020 20.0.0.17 | 92.93 Mb

AssetManage Home Edition.this is my pick for your home inventory. software. se our new, integrated report designer to create and edit your own reports. Easily create reports with graphs, images, totals and more. Save and print the report, or export to one of many different formats, including PDF, HTML, Excel, RTF, XML, text and many more.
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Golden calf? Onlookers bemused as Republicans wheel in gold Trump statue for CPAC

A life-size gold statue of ex-president Donald Trump clad in American flag shorts and red flip flops has appeared at the Conservative Political Action Committee (CPAC) conference, raising eyebrows over its religious implications.


Photos of the apparent golden Trump idol being wheeled into the Florida hotel caught the eyes of thousands on social media on Friday. The statue arrived at the Hyatt Regency in Orlando ahead of CPAC, where Trump and an array of big-name conservatives are scheduled to speak over the weekend.






The statue was seen being rolled through the hallways of the hotel, stopping for selfies with Trump fans – some of whom broke out in solo chants of “four more years.” It is not clear who commissioned it.


With many Trump fans and conservatives in general describing themselves as Christians, quite a few on social media raised an eyebrow at the religious ramifications of ‘worshiping’ golden idols, recalling the Old Testament Bible story about what happened the last time the Israelites worshiped a golden calf.






The story has the prophet Moses going up a mountain to receive the Ten Commandments – which start with having only one God – and by the time Moses comes back, the people have gotten so impatient waiting that they’ve melted down all their gold to craft a shiny new calf to worship. As a result, they were cursed with plague.





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Christians - including some among Trump's base - and even the less-than-devout were taken aback by what seemed to be a blatant religious insult.















Others cracked jokes about the eventual fate of the “golden calf.









A few pointed out that life was actually imitating art.






Trump is set to speak at CPAC on Sunday, in what will be his first public appearance since leaving office. It’s unclear whether his golden rendition will be on display for the occasion, or whether it will be destroyed and its creators forced to drink its ashes, as took place in the Bible story. Some media reports have claimed he plans to hint at a possible 2024 presidential bid.


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'Do not wreck this now': UK govt scientist urges lockdown-weary Brits not to flout Covid rules amid 'burning' infection pockets

England's deputy chief medical officer has urged people to adhere to the current lockdown restrictions and warned there’s been a slight uptick of Covid-19 case rates in some areas of the UK.


Professor Jonathan Van-Tam said the Midlands, Scotland and Northern Ireland are among the areas "burning quite hot" with the virus.





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"Look, this is all going very well, but there are some worry signs that people are relaxing, taking their foot off the brake at exactly the wrong time," he said during a government coronavirus briefing.



"It's a bit like being 3-0 up in a game and thinking 'well, we can't possibly lose this now', but how many times have you seen the other side take it 4-3? Do not wreck this now – it is too early to relax."



Some 19 million people in the UK have received their first dose of a Covid-19 vaccine, according to government data published on Friday.


However, British health chiefs fear that the success of the jab rollout, combined with good weather and the UK's recently-announced lockdown exit plan, could cause a dip in public adherence to health measures.





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On Friday Mike Ryan, the emergencies chief at the World Health Organization (WHO), also cautioned against people starting to relax their attitudes towards epidemiological protections.


"This is not over, it's not over for anybody, and any relaxation of our resolve is dangerous and we need to be very aware this virus still has a lot of energy," he told a WHO coronavirus briefing.


The UK reported 8,523 new Covid-19 cases on Friday, and a further 345 deaths from the virus within 28 days of positive test.


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Arizona professors develop VIRTUAL REALITY program to demonstrate ‘systemic racism’ & ‘microaggressions'

Five professors at the University of Arizona have launched a virtual reality project to show what it's like to experience anti-black racism, providing yet another tool to help push academia's social narratives.


Funded with a $50,000 grant from the state university, the researchers aim to create settings, such as department meetings and classrooms, where participants wearing virtual reality headsets can see what it's like to be black – or at least what it's like in the version of reality created by the authors. 





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For instance, real-life actors in the meeting and classroom scenes will make “snide” comments and otherwise portray a hostile attitude. The idea is to create a “visceral reaction” to a real-feeling experience, creating more empathy and understanding.


“Those are the kinds of microaggressions that typically go unaddressed,” project leader Bryan Carter, a professor of Africana studies and director of UA's Center for Digital Humanities, told the university's internal news outlet.



“They're difficult to track, and we want to take people into the world of someone who experiences things like that so they can differently understand what that experience is like.”



In another type of scenario, participants will use a mobile device with geolocation software to play out an augmented interaction with a police officer in their actual location. Different responses by the participant will lead to different interactions, but in any case, the person will be treated unfairly by police. Unlike real life, there will be no interaction in which the black first person isn't mistreated.


Carter said the program will allow participants to “step in the shoes of others” by being a first-person observer, so the “invisibility of systemic racism can be uncloaked.” He is joined in the project by four other researchers, including linguistics professor Sonja Lanehart, a practitioner of critical race theory who drew attention last September by posting a Twitter message branding evangelical Christians as white supremacists.


“White evangelical members would deny Jesus if its leaders spoke out against 45 (then-President Donald Trump) before they would admit that 45 is a white supremacist and that is the cause for which he most represents,” Lanehart tweeted. “It's not sanctity if (sic) life. It's not law and justice. It's all about white supremacy.”






Ironically, Lanehart posted her racially inflammatory message one day after telling a local media outlet that “words matter,” which she called her home's “motto.” 


The Arizona research team is capitalizing on the convergence of two hot themes: virtual reality and anti-racism narratives. A Columbia University professor made a similar effort on a smaller scale in 2019, creating a 12-minute virtual reality film that aimed to show viewers what it's like to be a black teenager being mistreated by police.


Big Tech has the same kind of messaging in mind, according to undercover journalism outlet Project Veritas. Footage from an internal meeting in January showed Roy Austin, Facebook's vice president for civil rights, questioning whether the company could use its Oculus technology to show white police officers what it's like as a young black man to be stopped, searched, and arrested.





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“I want every major decision (at Facebook) to run through a civil rights lens,” Austin said.


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‘High culture & iron fists’: Welcome to ‘Five Directions of the World’ – the Dagestan school which raised UFC star Zabit

Among the rich tapestry of Dagestan’s combat sports culture, there is one school nurturing young generations to think, not just fight. Welcome to ‘Five Directions of the World’ – a place often known as ‘the Shaolin of Dagestan’.


In the latest episode of the RT Sport series ‘Dagestan: Land of Warriors’, we take you behind the scenes at the school founded more than two decades ago in Khalimbekaul by respected karate practitioner Gusein Magomaev and his wife, Olga.


Magomaev gives an insight into how students are provided with a rigorous grounding in martial arts, but also a full educational curriculum to ensure the development of well-round individuals.


It’s an approach which has fostered the likes of UFC fighters Muslim Salikhov and Zabit Magomedsharipov – both of whom feature in the episode to speak of their experiences at the school.





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You can watch the full episode of ‘The Shaolin of Dagestan’ below, or in the video embedded at the top of the page.


The other episodes in the series ‘Dagestan: Land of Warriors’ are available on our YouTube page.











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Russian Foreign Ministry says Twitter no longer independent social media, but a tool of 'digital diktat' under control of West

Twitter is rapidly changing from an independent platform into a tool of Western countries to impose a dictatorship over the internet. That's according to the Russian Foreign Ministry, following a recent ban of Russian accounts.


Speaking on Friday, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova blasted the US tech giant for removing 100 accounts allegedly linked to the Kremlin. On Tuesday, the site's owners announced that 69 were deleted for "undermining faith in the NATO alliance," with a further 31 banned for "targeting the United States and European Union."


"We once again can't help but notice that Twitter is rapidly degenerating from an independent discussion platform into a tool of global digital diktat in the hands of the Western establishment," she told journalists, noting that accounts from NATO members haven't been victims of similar operations.





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"Assumptions and unproven insinuations were once again presented as justifications," she continued. "The reasoning in Twitter's own report is absurd: the accounts allegedly broadcast messages related to the Russian government, undermined trust in NATO, and influenced the United States and the EU."


In her opinion, the blocks were "arbitrary" and "illegal," based on "opaque criteria."


Following the ban, Russian regulator Roskomnadzor wrote to Twitter to demand a list of the blocked accounts and justifications for why Twitter blocked them.


On the same day, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov suggested the creation of national and international rules to regulate social networks to avoid censorship.





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"We are increasingly concerned about the non-transparent policies of social media platforms, which, at their discretion, prohibit or censor user content, openly manipulating public opinion," he said.


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Saudi Crown Prince APPROVED plan to ‘capture or kill’ Khashoggi, newly-declassified US intelligence report says

A report by the US intelligence community states that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman approved the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul. The brief report restates what activists have long claimed.


“We assess that Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman approved an operation in Istanbul, Turkey to capture or kill Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi,” reads the report, which was released by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence on Friday. 


The report cites Prince Mohammed’s “control of decisionmaking in the Kingdom,” as well as the involvement of some of his security detail, as proof that he approved the murder. 





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Activists have long accused the prince of orchestrating the killing, and the report backs up their claims. However, it does so without providing any concrete evidence. Prince Mohammed’s involvement is only an “assessment,” while the spies could only conclude that at the time of the murder, he “probably fostered an environment” in which his aides didn’t question his orders, and declared it “highly unlikely” that the operation would have been carried out without his blessing.


The Saudi royal has already responded to such accusations. He denied ordering the murder, but apologized in 2019 for allowing it to happen “under [his] watch.”





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In its conclusion, the report is still vague. The intelligence community stated that it still doesn’t know whether the team traveled to Istanbul with the express purpose of killing Khashoggi, and that Prince Mohammed only “broadly supported using violent measures if necessary to silence him.”


Some sections of the three-page report are redacted. These sections apparently include identifying information on the men responsible for the killing, and information signifying which intelligence agency contributed each piece of text.


The publication of the report will likely strain US-Saudi relations, or at least put President Joe Biden under pressure to criticize the crown prince. Biden spoke by phone with Saudi King Salman on Thursday, but there is no mention of the two discussing Khashoggi or the report in the official White House readout of the call.


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‘Excited for this one’: Usman Nurmagomedov – cousin of Khabib – gets name and date for Bellator debut

Usman Nurmagomedov has been handed his first assignment in the Bellator MMA ranks after promotion boss Scott Coker confirmed the unbeaten Russian would make his debut with the company on April 2.


Usman – cousin of UFC lightweight superstar Khabib – penned a deal with Bellator back in August but has been forced to wait for his bow with the promotion as the Covid-19 pandemic played out.






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Bellator is gearing up for a restart this spring, and lightweight fighter Nurmagomedov will be among the protagonists as he appears on the Bellator 255 main card on April 2 at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Connecticut.


Nurmagomedov, 23, boasts an 11-0 record in professional MMA and will face off against America’s Mike Hamel, who stands 7-4 overall and lost his Bellator debut against Adam Borics last August.   


“Excited for this one,” wrote Coker as he shared news of the match-up on Twitter.






As part of the Nurmagomedov clan, Usman has trained alongside Khabib and was a disciple of the UFC star’s late father, Abdulmanap.


He has also worked extensively with Khabib's American Kickboxing Academy coach, Javier Mendez. 





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Speaking to RT Sport earlier this year, Mendez described Usman as “the most gifted fighter I’ve trained in my entire life.”


“He can do it all. He needs seasoning, he needs experience and mental [strength], but he is by far the most talented and gifted fighter I’ve ever had,” Mendez said.


Nurmagomedov boasts 10 finishes in his 11 career wins, with his last four victories coming by way of TKO inside the first two rounds.







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