BMW 7-Series Rims & Custom Wheels #bmw #7-series #rims, #bmw #7-series #wheels,


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BMW 7-Series Rims & Wheels

About BMW 7-Series Wheels

Many people purchase accessories and assorted car parts on the aftermarket, but few stop to consider how these parts are made. In the case of wheels, the whole process is very interesting. The first step begins when the main material (alloy, steel, or aluminum) is melted at an extreme temperature. This material is then poured into a cast where it cools and takes shape. Next, it is trimmed, inspected and modified if needed, until the wheel is ready for use. Thus, you can see that the custom BMW 7-Series wheels are made with great precision and care.

Fortunately, you can buy these wheels at our store, and we present a good array of choices, no matter which car model you have. The basics to remember when choosing wheels is to get the most fitting and original wheel color, style, and a size that is appropriate for use. This way, you are getting a valuable accessory that is sure to spice up and enhance your car’s appearance. Black, white, and chrome are the most popular choices, but others can be just as stylish and practical. The buying procedure should be simple enough, but if any unforeseen or troubling situations arise, feel free to contact us and we’ll try to resolve any conflict. Try our unique wheels today and you won’t regret it.

BMW 7-Series wheels and rims offered in our online store are available in 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 & 22 inch diameter.

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SCCM Third Party Patch Management #sccm #third #party #patch #management, #sccm #patch,


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Third Party Patch Management using Microsoft SCCM

Supports patching of 250 + third party applications

Microsoft SCCM has a great infrastructure to manage desktops and their applications. But, one of the limitations of SCCM is its inability to patch non Microsoft applications. This is a source of inconvenience for IT administrators as they have to work with multiple patch management tools in order to update all business applications in the network, making this task highly time consuming.

Patch Connect Plus is a tool that helps deploy patches to over 250 third party applications such as Adobe applications, Java and WinRAR using your existing Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager server. Hence, delivering a solution to the problem by integrating with your existing SCCM patch management infrastructure.

Automate non-Microsoft patch management

Protect your systems from security threats with regular patching. Schedule regular scans and gain vulnerability information of the systems managed. Deploy patches to the vulnerable systems automatically using SCCM patch management infrastructure.

Get the most out of your SCCM investment

Using Patch Connect Plus with your existing SCCM framework will help you patch almost any application. Hence, you overcome the requirement of having yet another IT solution for Patch management of third party applications. Also by using the same SCCM console, you overcome the need of learning about a new console for third party patch management alone.

Patch only required applications

Approve patches only to the required applications which are significant to you. Therefore, gain higher control over the applications which you want to patch.

Notifications

Receive the status reports of the patches available, last database updated time and new products being supported by Patch Connect Plus.

Intelligent patching

Deploy patches to the applications when they are not in use. Hence, providing reliability to the deployment process by adding precision which leads to the success of patching of applications in the right manner.

Great user experience

Patch Connect Plus provides its users with convenience of easy installation and one time setup requirement. Also, the UI is easy to understand with support documents at every step to help users.

Available in 2 editions

Patch Connect Plusfor Microsoft SCUP

Readily available updates to patch via SCUP catalog.

Patch Connect Plusfor Microsoft SCCM

Fully automated patching using SCCM infrastructure.


Must Have: Internet Explorer Web Developer Toolbar #chrome #web #developer


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Must Have: Internet Explorer Web Developer Toolbar

Pucker up, Web developers. You will want to kiss Bill Gates on the lips for this one. In this article, new author Tyme shows us why we won’t want to miss this web development tool from Microsoft!

Pucker up, Web developers. You will want to kiss Bill Gates on the lips for this one.

I recently stumbled upon the Internet Explorer Web Developer Toolbar. which bears a release date of 5/9/2007, and we’ve been happy together ever since. It is the kind of tool that likely was birthed from a Web developer’s a-ha moment followed by the thought “It’s so obvious. Why didn’t I think of it sooner.”

Oh, sure, a 100% standards compliant browser would be even better, but this little gem will help developers – from beginner to advanced — navigate the still turbulent waters of structural markup.

This lightweight (only 624 KB) add-on by Microsoft pins unobtrusively and compactly above the taskbar (as shown above), or can be floated on demand, or hidden completely. Simply slide the top resize bar to see detail, when applicable.

The toolbar features will apply to whatever Web page is in the main browser window. It will help you troubleshoot layout issues, fine-tune CSS, analyze the page’s DOM, and validate your work. Sometimes a developer just becomes blurry eyed staring at code and can overlook the obvious. How many times have you spent way too much time in this scenario. Meet your new best friend: Internet Explorer Web Developer Toolbar 1.0.

For beginners, it also serves as a great learning aid. Browse to a favorite Web page and dissect its construction easily with the toolbar features. The graphical nature of the toolbar – color-coded highlighting and bordering, for example – provide a great visual reference, which is accompanied by the associated source code. Moreover, because the tool with deliver the code for one element (or more) at a time, the viewer need not be overwhelmed by scanning through pages and pages of code to find that coded sweet spot.

What’s In It For Me?


The features as described by Microsoft include the following:

  • Explore and modify the document object model (DOM) of a Web page.
  • Locate and select specific elements on a Web page through a variety of techniques.
  • Selectively disable Internet Explorer settings.
  • View HTML object class names, ID’s, and details such as link paths, tab index values, and access keys.
  • Outline tables, table cells, images, or selected tags.
  • Validate HTML, CSS, WAI, and RSS Web feed links.
  • Display image dimensions, file sizes, path information, and alternate (ALT) text.
  • Immediately resize the browser window to a new resolution.
  • Selectively clear the browser cache and saved cookies. Choose from all objects or those associated with a given domain.
  • Display a fully featured design ruler to help accurately align and measure objects on your pages.
  • Find the style rules used to set specific style values on an element.
  • View the formatted and syntax colored source of HTML and CSS.


How Will This Help Me?

FILE. The only option here is Undo All, which will disable your selections. Since you can turn on several features at a time, this is a convenient reset device.

FIND. This option allows you to locate a code block by clicking on a particular section of the displayed Web page or by searching for an element by type, class, id, or name.

When I build a Web site, I assign an id to at least each parent element and a class to every element. It is much easier to do this from the start. Doing so, however, leads to many names to keep in mind.

If an element is not behaving as you expect, click on it and check to be sure that the necessary class has been assigned to it. Expand the toolbar to see the particulars about that element.

DISABLE. Straight forward, this option allows to you turn off Script, Popup Blocker, or All CSS. Hmmm. I guess that this feature is for illustrating just how bland the Worldwide Web would be without CSS.

VIEW. With the View feature, you can analyze source:

  • DOM by Page
  • DOM by Element
  • DOM by Element + Styles
  • Original (all page source code).

    You also can view:

  • Class and ID Information
  • Link Paths
  • Link Report
  • Tab Indexes
  • Access Keys
  • CSS Selector Matches

    Source code is formatted with indents and syntax color code for easy review.

    When invoked, Viewing Class and Id Information, Link Paths, Tab Indexes, and Access Keys appear as highlighted blocks on the displayed Web page in your browser. You can show one or more at a time; each appears in a different color for easier differentiation. Hover over the highlighted reference point to read the detail in tool tip.

    Expand the toolbar area, by dragging the resize bar upward, to see the guts and the glory for things as the DOM information. Reports, such as CSS Selector Matches, will open in a popup window, while Link Report will open in your default Web editor as an XML file. This is useful for sitemap creation.

    OUTLINE. The Outline feature is chocked full of troubleshooting goodness, and is one of the go-to features. No more setting an element border in your stylesheet — only to have to undo — to debug layout issues. From the Outline menu, select an element to be outlined, and it will be so. Choose from preset menu options or add your own element with a color of your choice. As with other toolbar features, color-coding is used to differentiate the element types, and you can show as many or as few at once as you would like.

    The tool is perfect for sorting out DIV issues, and especially useful when working with floated elements that can give you puzzling results. Internet Explorer Developer Toolbar is worth the download just for this handy tool.

    IMAGES. This feature tells you everything that you want to know about the images on the viewed page:

  • Disable Images
  • Show Image Dimensions
  • Show Image File Size
  • Show Image Path
  • View Alt Text
  • View Image Report

    I find the quick reference of image size particularly convenient.

    The Alt Text viewing is a great overview of how well you have incorporated keywords into your alt attributes. You are incorporating keywords in your alt attributes, right?

    The View Image Report option generates an XML file listing all the images on the page.

    CACHE. The Cache feature is sexier than you might think. It includes the following handy options:

  • Always Refresh From Server
  • Clear Browser Cache
  • Clear Browser Cache For This Domain
  • Disable Cookies
  • Disable Session Cookies
  • Clear Cookies For Domain
  • View Cookie Information

    Love the many options here, especially Always Refresh From Server – the most accurate way to view your revisions. The selective cache clearing gives the developer control over the domain, while leaving other open sites intact.

    TOOLS. There are a few options here that warrant a couple more layers of lip balm, namely Show Color Picker and Show Ruler.

    So, there you are loitering around Treehugger.com when you realize that their green is exactly the green you want for your new Web site. No worries. Faster than you can pick your nose, you can pick the color (identified by both RGB and hex code values) using the eyedropper. You can even copy it for pasting into your stylesheet or Photoshop color selector.

    Show Ruler is a great tool for determining absolute positioning values, for example. Perhaps you have just started laying out your page and you have the masthead in place. You want to position your next element from the top, but how many pixels would you need? Just whip out your Show Ruler option and map the distance. This option has several other components, each of which can be color-coded so that you can easily use them in multiples:

  • Snap to X/Y Axis
  • Snap to Element
  • Hide Tick Marks
  • Hide Endpoints

    The Tools feature also offers browser window Resize with preset values as well as a custom option. Admittedly, this option does not seem to work well. But, hello, Color Picker!

    VALIDATE. No surprise what this feature offers. The menu options link off to known validators and include:

  • HTML
  • CSS
  • Feeds
  • Links
  • Local HTML
  • Local CSS
  • Accessibility (WAI Checklist and Section 508 checklist)
  • Multiple Validators

    I give the Internet Explorer Developer Toolbar a Pucker-Up Rating of 10. What are you waiting for? Start downloading!

    Next week, learn about a similar tool for Firefox called the Firefox Web Developers Extension.


  • 2016 Discover Student Credit Card Review: Important Advice #discover #student #card #review,discover


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    Discover Student Credit Card Review 2016

    by CreditCardForum Staff

    Getting your first credit card as a college student may not be easy. In fact, because students often have a limited credit history, the cards aimed at them aren t usually the best when it comes to rewards. However the Discover student cards are different. Here are three reasons why

    Reason #1: Way better rewards

    There are two Discover cards designed for students: Discover it for Students and Discover it chrome for students. Here s what the Discover it® for Students is giving for rewards

    • 5 percent cash back in categories. You get new categories every quarter that you can sign up for.
    • 1 percent on everything else. You will always get at least 1 percent on everything else you buy.

    As for the Discover it® chrome for Students, it s offering:

    • A permanent 2 percent cash back on up to $1,000 in spending each quarter on combined gas station and restaurant purchases
    • 1 percent cash back on all other purchases

    Reason #2: More benefits than most student cards

    Both Discover student cards offer the following

    • Purchase Protection. In my opinion this is one of the most useful credit card benefits. With it, the eligible purchases made with your Discover card are protected for the first 90 days against theft or accidental damage, up to $500 in coverage per purchase.
    • Extended Product Warranty. On eligible purchases, Discover gives you an additional year of coverage on your existing warranty of 36 months or less. So let s say you buy something, like a brand new iPad from the Apple store, that comes only with a one-year manufacturer s warranty. In addition to that, you will have one year extra through Discover for no additional cost.
    • Return Protection. Ever try to return something but the store won t take it back because more than 30 days have gone by since the purchase? The nice thing about this benefit is that you can return any qualifying purchase to Discover within 90 days for up to a $500 refund, even if the store won t take it back. Keep in mind though that just like any return, you have to give back the item in like-new condition.
    • $0 Fraud Liability Guarantee. Don t worry about getting scammed, because if your card or account number is ever used fraudulently, you won t be responsible for those charges.

    Reason #3: The fees are fair

    • No annual fee. Yep that s right, you get all the above benefits for no additional cost.
    • No over-limit fee. You won t get charged a fee if you go over your credit limit.
    • No foreign transaction fees. Many credit cards will charge you up to 3 percent extra when making purchases outside the U.S. That goes for purchases made when you are physically outside the U.S. but sometimes also for purchases you make online from overseas merchants. With Discover, however, you can use your card anywhere in the world without paying those fees (assuming the merchant accepts Discover).
    • No pay-by-phone fee. Need to make a payment by phone using your checking account? Some cards will charge you $5 or $10 bucks to do this, but not Discover.
    • Free FICO score on your monthly statement. This card gives you your real FICO score from TransUnion on your monthly statements. Considering the fact that you probably got a credit card to build your credit, being able to monitor your progress for free is a huge perk. That score would otherwise cost you $20 every time you check it.
    • No late fee on your first late payment. Normally, late payments can cost you up to $35 a pop. But with this card, at least you get one freebie. That s definitely helpful during college finals when you may forget.
    • No interest rate increases for paying late. A lot of cards will jack up your APR if you ever pay late. This one won t do that.

    Compare the student credit cards for yourself

    Worried about your card not being accepted? Discover is accepted at more than 94 percent of the top 2,000 internet retailers and more than 8 million businesses. You can use them almost everywhere that takes Visa and MasterCard.

    Best Sign-up Offers (updated January 2016)

    You won t find these promotions everywhere, but I m listing both here so you can choose the one that s best for your needs.

    Discover it® for Students:
    Offer #1: Get a 0 percent intro APR for 6 months on purchases. After that, it s a standard variable purchase APR of 13.24 percent to 22.24 percent.

    Discover it® chrome for Students:

    Oh yeah, and here s some important advice you not know about credit cards. In fact, a lot of old people don’t even know these things:

    #1 – Build credit even without a balance
    One of the reasons people start getting into debt is because they think it’s actually good for their credit score to have a balance. But this is completely wrong and doing so can actually harm your credit!

    There is a huge difference between carrying a balance (allowing a balance to carry on past the due date and paying interest) and reporting a balance (having a balance when your billing cycle closes). When your billing cycle closes each month, the amount due is what’s reported to the credit bureaus. If you then pay that reported balance in full, you won t have to pay interest, and you ll get all the credit-building benefits.

    So if you are regularly using your Discover card, you have the ability to build your credit… carrying a balance into the next billing cycle (and paying interest on it) offers absolutely no benefit to your credit score.

    #2 – Carrying a large balance may hurt your credit
    Even though you should let a balance report each month, keep it small.

    The percentage of your credit limit you use – known as credit utilization – is factored into your FICO credit score. Having high utilization is actually bad. Banks like people that have a lot of credit but don’t use it! With the FICO formula, using above 30 percent of your credit limit may negatively affect your credit core.

    The simple solution? Once you get your student credit card, always stay below 30 percent of your credit limit. Make multiple payments each month to keep it below that mark.

    #3 – A better score means cheaper student loans
    Let’s be honest here… college tuition is out of control! If you’re going to be taking out more loans to finish your degree, of course you want to get the best interest rate possible. Well, whether you get a good rate or bad rate depends on your credit score and history.

    This is why it’s so important to not screw up with your new Discover student credit card, or any credit account for that matter. Use your cards responsibly – pay your bills on time and in full, and keep your credit utilization in check (as discussed above). Doing this will help build up your credit and you will be thankful for that when it comes time to get a loan.

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