After 10 years of coding PHP, I rarely use classes.. this is because most of the things I build are too small to justify it in my opinion. But sometimes people fall into a crowd and stick to only ONE way of doing things, I think that’s wrong. OOP is good, but it has its place and purpose.. Procedural is good, but it has its place and purpose.
Similar question: Which is best, relational database or flat file database?
Same answer: It SHOULD depend on what you’re building, but a lot of the time it depends on the programmer’s personal preferences.
How time flies when you’re a full time programmer. I wish I had more time to make things for the marketplaces.
BizLogic saidName me which tool exists for OEMs to do this? I am an OEM.. I would like to know.
Same answer as before. Plenty of tools exist for OEMs.
You know nothing about what I know so refrain from making assumptions.
I’m not interested / don’t care about what you’re doing. If you don’t want a response don’t post it on a public forum asking for a response / opinion.
I think all you’re doing is spamming the forum with useless responses with vague assumptions.. you will notice there is no badge for post count here. Try being helpful by posting actual information instead of being snide.
Hi Endat – I’ve used a program called Windows Tweaker in the past which is a dashboard for common/hidden windows settings. My suggestion would be to include common settings like screen saver, power settings, or any other settings you think most users would change. If the UI is elegant and easy to navigate I would imagine you would have great success with it. I’ve got many years of C#/VB.Net and MS SQL experience if you want some help or advice, just PM me anytime. Good luck man!
For sure man.. anything that looks nice and does something will sell here
I could have definitely used something with nice toggle switches.. might post something free.
As I said.. It’s to setup a windows based machine for commercial use. Who would buy it? OEMs
If you don’t understand the purpose or concept (clearly you don’t), it’s best not to respond.
Still, software cannot do it without an external device controlling the power to the charger.
1. I use it for setting up kiosks and POS machines.
2. I could not find any when I needed it, how sure are you that it exists & free?
Would be nice if “Queued for review” told the number of entries ahead of you.. “Xth in line”
A switchboard that lets you toggle various system settings like Aero, UAC, Error Reporting, Balloon Notifications, OEM Startup/Login Background, Recovey Mode, Boot Options and Startup Programs?