When Painting…

I need some paint so I’m not quaint.

Brother Brush.

Where’s my duster, buster?

Wish I had a putty buddy.

Gotta paint this base with out a face.

Painting the inside of this house, like a mouse.

Painting the door, is a bore.

He’s the roll man, so he rolls on the wall.

He’s the cut man, so he paints the edge’s.

A spray man.

Truck Wagon.


 

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Wintrol is a free computer software program, designed to utilize Windows Operating Systems Control Panel applets. With wintrol, the stress of dealing with the complexities of windows control panel is minimized.

Wintrol can provide access to Windows control panel applets, services, and tools.
Located at the tools section in Wintrol, there are 6 buttons that are set up to allow you to add your own portable apps. Wintrol provides access to a series Windows 10 tweaks (unfortunately disabled at this time).

Wintrol is able to grab the basic system information about your computer.

With Wintrol you can check the current drive wintrol is running on for errors.
Eject the portable drive wintrol may be running on.

Wintrol can run the System File Checker (SFC.exe) The SFC checks for system files that have changed or modified by 3rd party apps. The sfc.exe will attempt to fix them, place log on the desktop, and restart your computer.

And Wintrol can create a system restore point.

Wintrol was made to be portable, access to Windows control panel can be done from any user administrator account.

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Wintrol 5.1.0 Build 200 (Windows Control Panel Utility +)

To learn more about wintrol, use this link to get there – https://thinkr8.com/wintrol-5

Learning more about Wintrol over at its main page is worth the look.
Once you get on over there, please leave a comment about your experience with Wintrol.

I’m looking forward to some feed back and in hopes to improve the Wintrol program.

Thank you.

Wintrol 5 Windows Control Panel Utility +

Why There Was No Windows 9

It was a dark and cold night at the Gates house. The lights were off, the billions of dollars rustling in the vault, and the three McDuck brothers were resting in their beds. On the third door from the right at the top of the 20th floor Mr. Gates had designated for his bedroom, the crisp, dark sound of a voice could be heard from the fireplace. Gates was startled by this, and woke up. “Boys? Is that you playing with me money again? Don’t touch me millions” he said as he stumble, merely half awake and half still asleep, dreaming of his fortune. The voice spoke again, louder this time, sending shivers right down the kashmir pajama suit he wore to bed each night. As his eyes widened he noticed a faint ball of light, yet there was no source for the light. This astounded him. Within seconds he nearly had it trademarked only to be interrupted by the sudden trimmer send through the room. A voice crept around the room like a moth on a light. “Ooooo, Mr. Gates!” it said, “I am the ghost of Microsoft future. I warn ye, don’t make number 9! It be cursed!”. The first thing that went through Mr. Gates’ mind was the billions he could make off of 9, but this unsettling news brought such fear upon him, he knew better. “I be but a entrepreneur, I love me McDuck kids and me operating system as if it were me own kin. If it be so, so be it”. With a “bobbedy” here and a “boppedy” there, Microsoft 9 was sent away to where it would never be seen again. The ghostly presence had disappeared before Bill could say another word. William stumbled back to his bed, suddenly feeling as tired as he had felt when he awoke, and collapsed, gently mumbling before he fell asleep, “You can bet your willy there shall be no 9”.  The End.  _by Travis Crowder

The real reason why!