The best free Soundrop alternative

Soundrop specialize in distributing cover songs to stores. At $9.99 per track while keeping 15% of artists revenue, this model can become very costly for independent artists. With RouteNote, you can distribute your cover songs to all major stores with absolutely no fees or recurring costs while keeping 85% of the revenue. RouteNote offer three ways to get your cover songs on stores: Distribute to all countries – You can publish your music in all territories when posting to only Spoti...
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Opera’s new browser can tame your tabs

A new web browser from Opera launching today aims to help users get their chaotic mess of open tabs back under control. In the latest release of Opera’s desktop browser (codenamed R2020), the company is introducing a new feature called “Workspaces” that allows you to organize your tabs based on different contexts — for example, workspaces for work, free time activities, personal projects, research, travel planning and more. Today, it’s common for web users to keep open dozens of tabs — and ev...
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Is NetEase Music safe?

NetEase Music is one of China’s big three in streaming, with over 800 million users. Is the streaming service safe for users and artists? China’s restricted and monitored internet has sparked much controversy over the last few years, but is your information safe on NetEase? We never ask for or send any of your personal information to our partner stores. We only require your music, metadata and a PayPal email address to safely send revenue directly to. As for NetEase’s users, the service is...
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Neat Security Features From Everyday Apps

The internet has done a lot for humanity, and it helped us progress and move forward as a species. Knowledge has never been as available as it is in this day and age –– you can literally get a hold of any piece of information you want with a click of a button. This affected society and our collective awareness, but this technological advancement were not without its downsides. If there’s one thing people d4read when it comes to the internet, it is privacy and security breaches. While you can a...
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How to Get a Menu Bar in Edge Chromium

Microsoft’s new Chromium-based Edge browser looks pretty sleek, but Chromium ditches a conventional menu bar behind other buttons in order to achieve its clean interface. You’ll have to deal with an extra click to get to your browsing history, preferences, or bookmarked pages. It’s not the biggest issue in the…Read more...
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Puzzles 2: Fantasy Pieces 1.00.14

Computer version of wooden inset puzzles.
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Afilias vanishes from battle to run Colombia's trendy .co after El Reg probes technical docs, allegations of a stitch-up

Afil-alas, we hardly knew ye Afilias has pulled out of a controversial race to run Colombia’s trendy .co top-level domain – just days after fresh accusations emerged that the tendering process favored the American corp.…
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Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to save data from a computer that should have died aeons ago

Drain you of your sanity, face the thing that should not be Who, Me? We have yellowing plastic, disintegrating drives and serial shenanigans to start the week in The Register's regular column of reader misadventures. Welcome back to Who, Me?…
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Windows 7: Still looking after business (except when it isn't)

The operating system that will not die lingers on in NatWest's ATMs Bork!Bork!Bork! In a welcome change from burger-based BSODing, here's Windows 7 tugging at the purse strings in a NatWest ATM in the East Midlands.…
Tags: Software, East Midlands, Natwest, Bork Bork Bork, NatWest ATM

I'll never let go, Jack. I'll never let go: Yes, Sony's Xperia 1 II has a 3.5mm headphone port

And it does 5G, but who cares? Undeterred by the coronavirus derailing Sony's MWC launch plans, the Japanese firm launched three new devices in a virtual press conference early this morning. Predictably, the most exciting handset is also the newest flagship phone – the 5G Sony Xperia 1 II.…
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Make your games and internet run faster.
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MySQL Create User Accounts and Grant Privileges

In this tutorial, we will look at how you can create MySQL user accounts and grant privileges to allow them to access and manage the created databases.
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Bank2QIF 4.0.40

Bank2QIF - Finally load your transactions!
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Bank2QFX 4.0.40

Bank2QFX - Convert your bank file to QFX
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Virtual CloneDrive

Run CD/DVD applications from the hard disk
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Would-be .org gobbler Ethos Capital promises to keep prices down in last-ditch effort to keep $1.1bn deal alive

Private equity outfit makes concessions, key questions still remain The little-known private equity firm trying to buy the .org internet registry for $1.1bn has made a last-ditch effort to keep the deal alive, promising a series of commitments over pricing and control.…
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dotConnect for MySQL 8.17

A data provider for MySQL built over ADO.NET
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How to clear swap memory in Linux

Got swappiness? Learn how to set appropriate swap settings in Linux, and clear your swap's contents.
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LanTalk XP 2.93.7745

Instant messaging software for office network
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Databricks makes bringing data into its ‘lakehouse’ easier

Databricks today announced that launch of its new Data Ingestion Network of partners and the launch of its Databricks Ingest service. The idea here is to make it easier for businesses to combine the best of data warehouses and data lakes into a single platform — a concept Databricks likes to call ‘lakehouse.’ At the core of the company’s lakehouse is Delta Lake, Databricks’ Linux Foundation-managed open-source project that brings a new storage layer to data lakes that helps users manage the l...
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Bank2QBO 4.0.40

Bank2QBO - load transactions in Quickbooks!
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MWC now stands for Mighty Wallet Crusher? Smaller firms counting the cost after mobile industry event scrapped

It's going to be hard for the GSMA to come back from this The cancellation of Mobile World Congress over the coronavirus outbreak has had dramatic repercussions – for Barcelona, where the event was supposed to take place; for larger phone brands, which had to radically re-evaluate their launch strategies; and for smaller brands, for whom exhibiting or attending MWC represents a significant chunk of their marketing capital.…
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Easily backup, sync, or restore your files
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Who cares about Emacs?

GNU Emacs isn't the oldest interactive text editor for Unix—it's predated (at least) by the Vi editor—nor is it the only Emacs in existence. However, it's surely the most popular Emacs and one of the best editors available on more
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All your base station are belong to us: Intel joins spec race with new 5G chips

Plus: Looking for a 'deep learning boost'? Chipzilla's your man Intel will sling out fresh silicon aimed at hardware across the nascent 5G market: including new second-generation Xeon processors and a low-latency Atom P5900 for next-gen mobile base stations.…
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Credit Karma's enriched: Turbo Tax daddy Intuit snaps up personal finance platform for $7bn

That'll be good for their credit rating Financial software behemoth Intuit – owner of QuickBooks, TurboTax and Mint – is splashing more than $7bn to get hold of Credit Karma and its 100 million customers.…
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