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According to Kotaku, Activision has announced that Call of Duty: Black Ops will feature support for stereoscopic 3D visuals on 3D-ready HDTVs and Nvidia 3D Vision-ready PCs that use active shutter 3D glasses.
The first-person shooter’s Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC editions will offer both 3D and non-3D modes when the game launches in November. Call of Duty: Black Ops for Wii, and other platforms will not include support for stereoscopic 3D.
Developer Treyarch says it began working on stereoscopic 3D support as a research and development project but eventually felt it would be appropriate to the series. Players will be able to see the 3D effects while aiming with their weapons’ sights, flying in helicopters, rappelling down mountains, and in other activities.
Call of Duty: Black Ops’ 3D setting is presented as a menu option that players can choose to enable or disable at any time whether they’re in the single-playing campaign, multiplayer matches, or the recently confirmed Zombie mode.
“Development of stereoscopic 3D began as an R&D project, but once we saw what the technology brought to the Call of Duty experience, what a great fit and how immersive it was, we knew that we had to develop it for Black Ops,” says Treyarch studio head Mark Lamia.
Call of Duty: Black Ops is set to hit store shelves on November 9 for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii and PC.
- You want to control the usage of your computer; maybe your children spend too much time in front of it—even when you are not home.
- You are running a server, with this I mean a computer that cannot be shutdown, and you want to know if it’s up and running.
- You want to control your own usage—sometimes is very useful to have statistic about this.
Some might say that using Parental Controls is easy to block the access to a computer at some hours, but we are not trying to block anything.
If you have read in some of my previous posts you have noticed that for many tasks you have the programs installed by default with your Operating Systems. This post is written for Windows 7 and I am going to use Task Scheduler to achieve the goal.
Launch Task Scheduler
Press WinKey, and search for Task Scheduler.
Click Task Scheduler.
Create The Task
Click Task Scheduler Library.
On the right pane select Create Task and select the General tab.
If you are using it on a server check Run whether user is logged or not.
On Triggers tab, click New:
Select On a schedule:
Selecting daily, and repeating the task every 5 minutes for 1 day makes the application run forever (which is what we want.)
Now we have to specify the action we want to start
The program is a command prompt, we can launch the program using cmd. As arguments we type:
/c echo %username%,%time%,%date% >> UpTime.csv
In start in we select the path what we want that the task store the information in our case:
Now we only have to open to see the information:
And see the result:
The name of our user is User (sorry for the simplicity.) Even though the task is very useful, it has one drawback, have you noticed it? More importantly, do you know how to improve that
Microsoft said on Friday that since the launch of Internet Explorer 9 beta, two weeks ago, the software giant has recorded six million downloads.
Internet Explorer 9 beta made its debut on September 15 to a fanfare of Gorillaz appearances and anticipation of Microsoft’s new look browser. The next generation browser has received a warm welcome from tech enthusiasts, developers and the media. The browser has been so popular that it has grabbed 0.25% of browser market share in just two weeks.
“Two weeks after IE9 Beta launch, we continue to see great reactions from our customers. As of today, IE9 Beta has been downloaded 6 million times, which is two and half times what we saw with IE8 Beta in a similar timeframe”, wrote Ryan Gavin, Senior Director of Internet Explorer Business and Marketing.
Microsoft has also introduced broader support for HTML5 in IE9 through its new script engine. Microsoft recently performed W3C Web Standards tests on IE9, including HTML5, SVG 1.1 2nd edition, CSS3 media queries, CSS3 borders & backgrounds, CSS3 selectors, DOM level 3 core, DOM level 3 events and DOM level 2 style. Microsoft’s IE9 is the first and only browser to deliver full hardware acceleration of all HTML5 content. Other competitors, including Mozilla and Google, are planning select hardware acceleration but at the moment Internet Explorer 9 wins hands down.
Microsoft, with the help of W3C, performed a total of 2,138 tests on a variety of browsers. Internet Explorer 9 scored above 90% in average across all tests, while every other browser, except Safari 5 and Chrome 5 didn’t come close to scoring 90% or above in any of the test categories. Microsoft is expected to issue a second beta of Internet Explorer 9 at its Professional Developers Conference in October later this month. Internet Explorer 9 is expected to become broadly available in early 2011.