Friday, July 23, 2010

onemanga.com is Closing

Tech Blog - I don't usually blog about websites or manga, but this one is very close to my geek heart since it has entertained me in a lot of late night work and boring days, the website is onemanga.com the site is virtually a treasure trove of scanlation of manga, if it manga has been scanlated you will find it there, anyway yesterday they announce that the site will have too close, as quoted below :(

"There is an end to everything, to good things as well."

It pains me to announce that this is the last week of manga reading on One Manga (!!). Manga publishers have recently changed their stance on manga scanlations and made it clear that they no longer approve of it. We have decided to abide by their wishes, and remove all manga content (regardless of licensing status) from the site. The removal of content will happen gradually (so you can at least finish some of the outstanding reading you have), but we expect all content to be gone by early next week (RIP OM July 2010).

So what next? We're not really sure at this point, but we have some ideas we would like to try out. Until then, the One Manga forums will remain active and we encourage all of you to continue using them. OMF has developed into a great community and it would be a shame to see that disappear.

You can also show us some love in this moment of sadness by 'liking' our brand new Facebook page. It would be nice to see just how many of you came to enjoy our 'better than peanut butter and jelly' invention.

Regardless of whether you stay with us or not, on behalf of the One Manga team, I would like to thank you all for your unwavering support over the years. Through the ups and downs you have stuck with us, and that is what kept us going.

As a certain Porky was fond of saying... That's all folks!

Time for me to go lay down and let this all sink in.

- Zabi

Anyway for your guys that are looking for Bleach, Naruto, One Piece, Kenichi weekly scanlation you can check out mangastream.com and for other you can also check out mangafox.com hope this help :)


Saturday, July 17, 2010

Explorer.exe High CPU Utilization on Vista | Fixed

Tech Blog - Recently I run into a problem on one of my laptops running Windows Vista, the problem was explorer.exe is using up 40% to 60% of the CPU resources when it is idle and up to 100% when it is not, anyway I search Google for solution for this problem and I have only found one that actually work, apparently Windows attempt to show video thumbnail on large media filed is using up all the CPU resource, the solution is to remove the registry key below, below is a step by step how to on removing the key.

- Go to "run" and type in "regedit" then hit enter
- Browse to the path blow in red
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{c5a40261-cd64-4ccf-84cb-c394da41d590}\InProcServer32
- Right Click on InProcServer32 select Export and save (this is for backup purposed to restore key)
- Then Right click and select delete, this will disable the video thumbnail on Windows Vista and Windows 7
- Reboot your computer, after rebooting computer your explorer.exe should be running normally around 0.50% during idle.

To monitor the CPU utilization on Windows Vista hit CTRL+ALT+DEL, then click on select Start Task Manager, select the Performance tab, then click on Resource Monitor













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