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Alireza Noori - (Website)

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

Software developer

I’m professionally familiar with:

  • Desktop: C# (Winforms, WPF, Metro, etc.), C++, Pascal, Java and VB

  • Web: ASP.Net MVC, PHP, JavaScript, CSS, HTML

  • ...

Visit my website at: https://alireza-noori.com/


Jan
27
comment Change Overscan/Underscan settings without Catalyst Control Center
Why don't you use the selected answer's approach?
Aug
27
comment UPNP/DLNA music player for Windows?
@GaryO Sorry. I thought you were looking for a Server and I consider XBMC to be very light on resource considering its features. But overall, for a music player, I consider MusicBee and MediaMonkey to be the best in the market.
Aug
26
comment UPNP/DLNA music player for Windows?
@GaryO How about XBMC? It supports audio as well and it's constantly developing.
Apr
29
comment Connect to a Wireless Network with My Friend
We both have internet connection, however the speed is low (2Mbps). We want to use this connection to create a private network to share files. Something like a shared media center.
Apr
25
comment Connect to a Wireless Network with My Friend
Thank you very much.
Apr
25
comment Connect to a Wireless Network with My Friend
Thanks for the through answer. My friend lives in a 4-story apartment. I think we will be able to use antenna. How much do you think it would cost? Could you name some candidates? (antenna, etc.)
Feb
12
comment Despite the fact that GIT does NOT store file deltas, can you still rollback to previous file versions (unlimited times?)
@ChrisJohnsen Thank you so much. I asked the question. Please consider answering it. I'd appreciate your help very much. superuser.com/questions/549865/…
Feb
12
comment Despite the fact that GIT does NOT store file deltas, can you still rollback to previous file versions (unlimited times?)
@ChrisJohnsen Please help me understand this. Based on what you said, can Git get similar (or better) storage efficiency than Subversion? I know that if I commit a file with little changes numerous times, 1GB worth of data can be saved in 100MB. Can Git do the same?
Jan
13
comment 2 crossfired ATI graphic cards vs single card with double capabilities
Thank you so much. I learned more than what I hoped for.
Jan
13
comment 2 crossfired ATI graphic cards vs single card with double capabilities
OK. Thanks. I get it now. Just one question, considering the lower cost of my old graphic card, wouldn't it be better if I bought one just like it and corssfired? I want to know which one gives more performance for same money?
Jan
10
comment An Explorer replacement for Windows with dark theme support
Thanks. I'm glad you liked my post. I'm with you on the native explorer. I like to use native File Explorer too because it is pretty much flawless in Win8. However, currently, with the reg file you mentioned and some modification in 3rd party software, I don't need much change in OS' visual style.
Jan
10
comment An Explorer replacement for Windows with dark theme support
However, my question is not a dark VS for Windows 8. I asked for an alternative for File Explorer.
Jan
10
comment An Explorer replacement for Windows with dark theme support
Actually, it is not a theme. UxStyle enables users to install custom visual styles. At the time I posted this question, it wasn't available for Windows 8. But now, it is. Also, there are dark visual styles for Windows 8.
Dec
8
comment A Dark Theme for Windows 8
Thank you very much. I'm now looking into them.
Nov
27
comment Embed Powershell prompt in Windows 7 desktop
It's the best console for Windows. Hands down.
Nov
12
comment A Dark Theme for Windows 8
@PratyushNalam I modified a theme which is available here
Oct
26
comment Add disk space to the OS drive without raid
@nerdwaller It was off anyway but thanks for the suggestion.
Oct
26
comment Add disk space to the OS drive without raid
OK. I'll wait to see if anyone else has tried it but if not, I'm choosing this as the answer since this seems to work.
Oct
26
comment Add disk space to the OS drive without raid
This won't help. Many programs install files on C: and I have to run tons of registry modifications to make it work. It just doesn't worth it.
Oct
26
comment Add disk space to the OS drive without raid
Thanks. At the end of the article it says that it will format the drives. Do you know whether it is possible to install the OS on such drive? I mean, I can hit "Shift+F10", create a span drive before installing the OS but is it going to boot up?