Some of our favorite Easter pics

Here are some of our favorite photos with regard to Easter images. They are authored by Max Thompson, a specialist in images full of glamour and sometimes humor.


Toyota Autonomous Vehicles for 2020 Olympics

We do not know why we have not yet placed images of this fantastic car here ?! But here it is, the vehicle Toyota has been developing since 2017 to debut at the Olympics in 2020.


Love in the air: light show of 777 drones to mark Chinese Valentine's Day

"777 drones performed a light show in Changsha, capital city of Central China's Hunan Province, to mark the Qixi festival, or Chinese Valentine's Day, which falls on Aug. 17 this year".


Four thieves storm the Fresno Apple Store and steal $27K worth of electronics!

The Fresno Police Department is investigating a robbery at the Apple store at Fashion Fair Mall. Lt. Rob Beckwith said police are searching for four men who stormed the store around 11:30 a.m. Saturday and took items off the display tables. "They were going through people and just grabbing stuff," Beckwith said Sunday. Police initially got a report that the incident was an armed robbery, but later determined that the alleged heist was quick and no weapons were used. Beckwith said investigators are describing the alleged robbery as "a large grand theft" due to the product value and that there was significant monetary loss. It was also unclear what specific items were taken by the men. Beckwith said detectives looking into the case may use surveillance video in the investigation. (via livelink.com)



Fix file association mess created by Irfanview

I will explain here how I solved this stupid problem that came up in Windows 10. Having a huge number of photographs to view, choose and edit, I decided to install the Irfanview freeware program, which I have known since Windows prehistory and had never given me problems . But with Windows 10, the story was a little different! 

I decided to uninstall Irfanview after completing the above tasks, perhaps because it seems really prehistoric. The uninstallation program warned me about the return of the file associations to default and I thought everything was fine. The problem came out when I tried to re-link the image files to my preferred viewer (the old school Windows Photo Viewer). When I tried to choose "open with" and "choose another app", there was not the expected "always use this app to open .jpeg files"!

After hours of reading messages from people with the same problem to solve, I came to the conclusion that Irfanview ruins several registry keys that need to disappear quickly. The easiest way to solve this mess is to use the "File Types Man" free tool, choose the file associations that are producing this problem and right click on "open file type in RegEdit", then just delete this key and repeat the process - there will be the "always use this app to open .jpeg files". Obviously this works with any kind of files!