G DATA Antivirus is protection software against virus for your home computer. However, if the corrupt virus signatures possibly have caused it not to upgrade properly, it won’t work regularly and needs to be reinstalled, or probably corrupt files are causing 100% CPU usage, you had to uninstall G Data Antivirus.
Removing G Data Antivirus:
The normal method of uninstalling G DATA Antivirus from PC is from Windows Add/Remove Programs, but sometimes the removal process would hang and you may be unable to remove this program from your computer, because some registry entries and traces may still be left in your computer. In this case, if you wish to completely remove this antivirus, you have to delete all those sticky registry entries, processes, services, as well as related folders and files.
Removing all instances of this antivirus program manually can be extremely difficult and there is a risk of damaging Windows if not done properly. Then you can try using a good removal tool to help you remove this program automatically in seconds. It works in a very simple manner. Aside from working to remove G DATA Antivirus, it can also get rid of other unwanted programs from your computer.
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Tuesday, July 6, 2010
Facebook made tagging and sharing photos easier with its new face detection algorithm, a nifty little feature Facebook acquired when it purchased Divvyshot back in April. No more clicking on photos to select the faces of your friends as the new face identify feature will scan your uploaded photos and automatically select the faces in the photo.
If you have a Facebook profile, you've probably seen tagged images of you that you feel aren't accurate representations of your real-life person. The good thing is that tagging is boring and time consuming so a lot of people don't bother. Well, you better hope they don't find Facebook's new feature too convenient. Though it's not quite as drastic as Picasa's characteristic, which uses facial identification to automatically tag faces that you've tagged in the past, Facebook is making it easier to tag people with the introduction of facial recognition technology. Before, you had to select someone's face and then type in their name. Now, Facebook is automatically picks out the faces in photographs and just asks you for the name.
Over 100 million photos are uploaded to Facebook every day, making the social networking site something of a clearinghouse for random holiday snaps. Of course, those holiday snaps quite often contain people, and it’s in tagging those people that the whole process of adding photos to Facebook slows down a bit. The process is being automated, thanks to recent Facebook acquisition Divvyshot.