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The Commission's proposal is the result of an extensive consultation process. An inception impact assessment was published in October 2020. This was followed by a public consultation between January and April 2021, as well as targeted consultations with EU countries and relevant stakeholder organisations.
A Microsoft update just de-activated my chosen Win 7 games, and removed my desktop icons. I deleted the old download and re-downloaded from this site, but the application still will not run. When I double click on it or click on open or run as administrator, it just keeps bringing up the install wizard again and again
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I have click on the link Windows 7 games archive and it goes to another page Mega and starts downloading and gets about 79% and internet explorer stops?. I have google chrome and plenty of storage . The other link does not work. Can you help?
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Before W10 the 1803 version, I had already this games downloaded (play it every day) and I made a quick launch on my desktop (which I named: W7 games). Now the 1803 version is installed and off course all the games were disappeared. After downloading again from this site, the games work (ok for you and many thanks) but I only can start them up from the program bar (left, than to Games and than choose a game). I would like to have the same quick launch back, in with as the result was a square with all the games with there own logo. Nice view and easy to choose. How can I install such a quick launch again?
MS forced an OS upgrade on me earlier this month. Since then, Freecell stopped working. I downloaded, extracted and ran the executable. I only selected Freecell and Mine Sweeper. Mine Sweeper works but Freecell will not work; even if I try running it as administrator. I have tried rebooting. No difference. I uninstalled and reinstalled. No difference. The app and icon on there but nothing happens.
After the latest Win 11 Pro upgrade, Solitaire, the only game I use, would not start. After a reboot and additional tries I decided to download the latest release. Before installing I used Crystal to remove all traces of of the previous install.
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Changes since previous release:Aaro Koskinen: find: implement -emptyAlistair Francis (4): date: Use 64 prefix syscall if we have to time: Use 64 prefix syscall if we have to runsv: Use 64 prefix syscall if we have to Remove stime() function callsBiswapriyo Nath: Makefile.flags: restrict Wno-constant-logical-operand and Wno-string-plus-int options for clangBrian Foley (3): dc: execute shouldn't pop if stack head is not a string dc: Fix segfault when executing strings generated using asciify dc: Parse error & fix out of bounds read in xc_program_printStringDaniel Edgecumbe (3): gzip: default level with ENABLE_FEATURE_GZIP_LEVELS should be 6 gzip: set compression flags correctly as per standard gzip: set default compression level to 6 when CONFIG_FEATURE_GZIP_LEVELS=nDavid Demelier: wget: increase redirections limitDenys Vlasenko: build system: suppress some clang-9 warnings examples/udhcp/simple.script: up interface on deconfig event libbb: remove syscall wrappers around clock_gettime, closes 12091 libbb: clang/llvm 9 fix - do not eliminate a store to a fake "const" libbb: deal with "declaration of 'link' shadows a global declaration" warning libbb: include only if necessary ash,hush: add comment about masked SIGCHLD, handle SIG_IGNed SIGHUP as in bash ash,hush: testcase for "exit" without arguments in a trap ash: Expand here-documents in the current shell environment ash: Return without arguments in a trap should use status outside traps ash: [BUILTIN] Exit without arguments in a trap should use status outside traps ash: builtin: Mark more regular built-ins ash: eval: Add assignment built-in support again ash: eval: Always set localvar_stop ash: eval: Fail immediately with redirections errors for simple command ash: eval: Only restore exit status on exit/return ash: eval: Reap zombies after built-in commands and functions ash: eval: Replace with listsetvar with mklocal/setvareq ash: eval: Use the correct expansion mode for fd redirection ash: exec: Do not allocate stack string in padvance ash: exec: Never rehash regular built-ins ash: exec: Stricter pathopt parsing ash: expand: Do not reprocess data when expanding words ash: expand: Ensure result is escaped in cvtnum ash: expand: Fix multiple issues with EXP_DISCARD in evalvar ash: expand: Fix skipping of command substitution when trimming in evalvar ash: expand: Fix trailing newlines processing in backquote expanding ash: expand: Merge syntax/quotes in memtodest with flags ash: expand: Use HOME in tilde expansion when it is empty ash: fix BASE###nn bashism for bases 36..64 ash: fix BASE###nn bashism to accept letter 'digits' for bases > 9 ash: fix set -o to not show "nameless" options ash: jobs - Do not block when waiting on SIGCHLD ash: jobs: Only clear gotsigchld when waiting for everything ash: jobs: Replace some uses of fmtstr with stpcpy/stpncpy ash: main: Only set savestatus in exitcmd ash: main: Print \n upon EOF (CTRL-D) when run interactively ash: memalloc: Add growstackto helper ash: memalloc: Avoid looping in growstackto ash: mkinit: Split reset into exitreset and reset ash: output: Fix fmtstr return value ash: parser: Do not push token back before parseheredoc ash: parser: Fix incorrect eating of backslash newlines ash: parser: Fix old-style command substitution here-document crash ash: parser: Only accept single-digit parameter expansion outside of braces ash: parser: Save/restore here-documents in command substitution ash: rename some function parameters to match dash ash: rename stack_nputstr() back to stnputs() to match dash ash: shell: Fix clang warnings about "string plus integer" ash: use pgetc_eatbnl() in more places, take 2 hush: fix "set -o INVALID" affecting -e flag state hush: fix negative_arith.tests: glob-protect dash in "$((arith))" hush: fix preprocessor directives indentation hush: implement "return NUM in trap sets $? after trap" hush: make "exit" in trap use pre-trap exitcode hush: make "exit" in trap use pre-trap exitcode - fix for nested trap hush: restore redirected stdin awk: disallow "str"++, closes bug 12981 awk: fix more "length" cases, closes 12486 bc: fix comparison bug, closes 12336 brctl: fold show_bridge_ports into its caller dpkg-deb: work around bogus error message when working with XZ compressed packages fdisk: add HFS / HFS+ partition type fdisk: avoid overflow in "mega/gigabytes" calculation, code shrink gunzip: code shrink by using int-, not short-sized struct member gunzip: fix incorrect decoding of "fixed" inflate blocks gzip: -d with zcat enabled but gunzip disabled was misbehaving init: if tcgetattr() fails, don't even try to tcsetattr() init: improve handling of signals racing with each other nmeter: add %T (zero-based timestamp) format nmeter: do not clamp down %Nc to minimum of 10 (think nmeter "%`nproc`c") nologin: make it possible to build it as single applet ntpd: abort if argvs are (unexpectedly) given ntpd: abs(tmx.offset) was truncating a "long" typed value ntpd: add comment about mode6, no code changes ntpd: commonalize message strings ntpd: decrease MIN_FREQHOLD by 2, increase "penalty" for largish offset x2 pidof: support "pidof /path/to/binary" case readlink,realpath: fix a case with a symplink, closes 11021 stat: print nanosecond times, fix printing of empty lines sysctl: do report EACCES errors on write tar: change -a from meaning "lzma" to mean "autodetect by extension" taskset: add support for taking/printing CPU list (-c option) taskset: implement stride argument taskset: tighten the check for stride values tc: array address is never NULL tee: do not intercept SIGPIPE telnet: add disabled code to emit EC and IP telnet: fix uninitialized variable bug tftp: on download, open local file only when first bit of data arrived tftpd: show requested file name in open error message top: do not use previous collected data wheh "h" toggles threads display udhcp: comment out unused domain compression code udhcpc6: add ELAPSED_TIME option to outgoing packets udhcpc6: s/iphdr/ip6_hdr/ udhcpd: mangle hostnames starting with dash ("-option") whois: limit total length of response to 32+2 kbDimitri John Ledkov: wget: implement TLS verification with ENABLE_FEATURE_WGET_OPENSSLEivind Versvik: udhcpc6: support stateless DHCPv6Gray Wolf: grep: Fix -f FILE when FILE is empty and -x providedJames Byrne (2): libbb: reduce the overhead of single parameter bb_error_msg() calls config: PID_FILE_PATH required for FEATURE_CROND_SPECIAL_TIMESJean-Philippe Brucker: build system: remove KBUILD_STR()Jo-Philipp Wich (2): nslookup: handle replies without RRs nslookup: implement support for SRV recordsKaarle Ritvanen: ln: --no-target-directory implies --no-dereferenceKang-Che Sung: bc: Add 'U' suffix in UINT_MAX preprocessor checkLauri Kasanen: unzip: -d should create the dirLiu, Shuang (ADITG/ESM): chgrp: correct the usage for non-desktop chgrp callsLukas Rusak: free: include SReclaimable in cached valueMark Edgar: unexpand: correct behavior for --first-only --tabs=4Martin Lewis (8): libbb: Converted safe_read to safe_write format replace: count_strstr - Handle an edge case where sub is empty xstrndup: Use strndup instead of implementing it brctl: add support for showmacs command brctl: add support for showstp command dhcpc.c: Added support for relay server parameter dhcpc: code shrink in good_hostname dhcpc: refactor xmalloc_optname_optval to shrink binary sizeMichal Kazior: udhcpc: fix segmentation fault on empty bin optPeter Korsgaard: syslogd: add config option to include milliseconds in timestampsRolf Eike Beer: examples/udhcp/simple.script: print the filename actually changedRon Yorston (13): mim: new applet: run scripts from a specification file ash,hush: allow builtins to be tab-completed, closes 7532 ash,hush: drop pointer check before calls to show_history ash: fix build failure when command built-in is disabled ash: only catch unexpected exceptions in PS1 expansion ash: improve expandstr() ash: return exit status of nofork applets (again) ash: move TRACE statement in evalcommand() httpd: permit non-default home directory with NOMMU enabled httpd: allow '-h' to work when daemonized with NOMMU enabled vi: fixes to string search in colon commands, closes 10321 xargs: fix handling of quoted arguments, closes 11441 xargs: restore correct behaviour of -n optionStefan Agner: examples/udhcp/simple.script: fix IPv6 support when using udhcpcSören Tempel (2): grep: add proper support for pattern_list deluser: check if specified home is a directory before removing itTomas Paukrt: route: fix output of "route -n -A inet6"Tomi Leppanen: grep: add -RUwe Glaeser: udhcpc6: use correct multicast MAC 041b061a72