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2.35 MB

RegAuditor Review:

Convinience, user friendliness and the easy to use interface

Simple and intuitive, RegAuditor will surely be welcomed by users with little or no knowledge of computers. Once you install the software, you are greeted with a simple window displaying a summary of the current items on the computer, and with the option to launch the Windows Registry scanning procedure or get registry protection from a website.
The screenshot below (click it to enlarge) shows the interface of the program on a test system, where no malware was found.

Click the Start button on the right and you will see the status of the scanning process. There are three windows open at a time, the one on the left opens when you click the Start button, while the one in the center opens with the clicking of the Scan button on the top right. In the right window, you will see the description of the currently active scan. The name and description of the registry keys detected and the type of the threat are indicated next to each key.


A simple, intuitive and good looking interface, with a list of detected adware, spyware and other types of malware agents.

You can set a key-value combination as a “safe” zone for the registry, with which you can set a certain directory to be excluded from scanning.

After a scan is completed, you can automatically open a browser window with solutions suggested by the application.

The system administrator can open the app in User Account Control (UAC) mode, so the user doesn’t need to be logged in as an administrator.

All registry keys that are defined as “dangerous” can be deleted with a click of a button, but all “unknown” and “safe” keys remain on the computer.

The interface is English only.


The interface of RegAuditor on Windows XP, where no malware was found.

System requirements:

Windows 7, Windows Vista or Windows 2000 or XP

1 GHz Processor

300 MB RAM

Install guide:

Using the installer, the program should be installed in the following order:

1. Go to the folder you downloaded the installer to (this is not the case here, so navigate to the folder you extracted the folder into).2. eea19f52d2

* Browse and back up your data using different options
* Use various tape drives and locations for backup
* Perform fast file system checks
* Perform FastSeek of files backed up on tape
* Connect your tape drives to the computer via USB, FireWire or eSATA
* Create an unattended backup with tape control via command-line
* Setup backup schedules
* Create manual tape lists
* Setup all backup parameters
* Connect to a network storage server
* View backups
* Perform FastSeek of backups
* Perform CRC checks on backups
* Test the tape drive
* Configure system-wide error reporting
* Displays data list and tape drive storage status
* Perform data dump to tape
* Perform data restore
* Backup configuration and reportingQ:

Why are these notes non-symmetrical?

The question is in the title: Why are these two notations non-symmetrical?


A common mistake is to think of an octave as a flat doubling of the frequencies. An octave is not an equal or log2(2) relationship of frequencies. For example, if the fundamental frequency is 100Hz, then the fifth harmonic is 200Hz, and the octave span between these two frequencies is 100/2, or 50. If we label the fundamental frequency as 1000Hz, then the octave span between these frequencies is 1000/2 or 500Hz, and the 5th harmonic is 2500Hz.
So, the octave relationship of the frequencies in the two notes is 500Hz for a non-root note, and 1000Hz for a root note.
For your two notes, C4 and C5 are in the same octave, but C4 has a 5th harmonic of 550Hz, and C5 has a 5th harmonic of 1250Hz. These are not equally spaced, but they are in the same octave.

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