Anystream

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    The 3rd release of SpinRite v6.1 is published and may be obtained by all SpinRite v6.0 owners at the SpinRite v6.1 Pre-Release page. (SpinRite will shortly be officially updated to v6.1 so this page will be renamed.) The primary new feature, and the reason for this release, was the discovery of memory problems in some systems that were affecting SpinRite's operation. So SpinRite now incorporates a built-in test of the system's memory. For the full story, please see this page in the "Pre-Release Announcements & Feedback" forum.
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  • BootAble – FreeDOS boot testing freeware

    To obtain direct, low-level access to a system's mass storage drives, SpinRite runs under a GRC-customized version of FreeDOS which has been modified to add compatibility with all file systems. In order to run SpinRite it must first be possible to boot FreeDOS.

    GRC's “BootAble” freeware allows anyone to easily create BIOS-bootable media in order to workout and confirm the details of getting a machine to boot FreeDOS through a BIOS. Once the means of doing that has been determined, the media created by SpinRite can be booted and run in the same way.

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coffeeprogrammer

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I see someone post about videoredo, I don’t own that program, but if you are using it to record things off tv, I can recommend AnyStream from redfox.bz It lets you legally download tv and movies from Amazon Prime, Disney+, Netflix, HBO Max, Hulu and Paramount+. They say they will be adding more as time goes by, so far since I bought it they have added HBO Max and Paramount+. It is a great program, well worth the money I think. It does update a lot. Thankls.
 
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I see someone post about videoredo, I don’t own that program, but if you are using it to record things off tv, I can recommend AnyStream from redfox.bz It lets you legally download tv and movies from Amazon Prime, Disney+, Netflix, HBO Max, Hulu and Paramount+. They say they will be adding more as time goes by, so far since I bought it they have added HBO Max and Paramount+. It is a great program, well worth the money I think. It does update a lot. Thanks.
I use OBS Studio to record anything that can play on my laptop (including live video).
 
Redfox used to be SlySoft or at least is the crew that was left behind when SlySoft closed down years ago. I had AnyDVD for a long time plus the other tooling they offered. Thumbs up to them :)
 
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Ya, I like any stream because DVD are just too hard these days, for a user like me, you basically have to rip them because all my TV, Movies, YouTube, Twit, Udemy is either a Linux or Windows Desktop or Laptop. There are too many streaming services, I try to keep one or two going to to find new stuff. If anything is really good Steve points it out. I found a few good ones because of him, unfortunately I don’t read (novels) that much, but I should Start, it would open a whole new world of sci fi for me.

It is good software, worth buying. And yes redfox was once slysoft a long time ago.