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SSL Cert Errors on Windows 10 When Installing Python 3 PIP and Python Modules Resolution

Introduction Recently ran into an issue when trying to install Python PIP using get-pip.py and Python modules using PIP. The error I was receiving was WARNING: Retrying (Retry(total=4, connect=None, read=None, redirect=None, status=None)) after connection broken by ‘SSLError(SSLCertVerificationError(1, ‘[SSL: CERTIFICATE_VERIFY_FAILED] certificate verify failed: unable to get local issuer... read more

How to Install Kdenlive 18.12 on Windows

Introduction Kdenlive is a NLE (Non-Linear Editor) that was developed and used primarily on Linux systems but, has been ported to Windows and other OS’s. In the past I have covered installing Kdenlive 16 on Windows but since that time many improvements with the program and installer have changed. In this post we will cover the latest way to install Kdenlive on Windows. Getting and Installing First... read more

How To Install and Play Quake 2 on Windows 10

Introduction In keeping with an earlier post on Installing and Playing DOOM 2 on Windows 10, I’d thought I made keep up the retro gaming theme and post how to install and play Quake 2 on Windows 10. Who doesn’t like playing the old PC games! For this to happen we will be using KMQuake II and will also need the quake2 3.24 patch which can be found at the same site. Of course you will need your... read more

Running Duke Nukem 3D Atomic edition on Windows with HiRes packs

In this post we will expand  a bit on running DukeNukem 3D and using the HiRes Packs (HRP) to bring in the new graphics packs out there. This is made possible by eduke32. EDuke32 is an awesome, free homebrew game engine and source port of the classic PC first person shooter Duke Nukem 3D. Download the latest eduke32 from http://dukeworld.com/eduke32/synthesis/latest. Select eith the win32 or win64... read more

How To Allow Sites That Need Flash to Run In Google Chrome

The Issue Happens all the time, you are just cruising along using Google Chrome and you hit a site that needs Adobe Flash to work and Chrome stops it dead in it’s tracks and a link appears saying you need to download and install Adobe Flash. If you try to install Flash and return you will get the same error. So how do you fix it? It is easier than you think. Note: Only let Flash run on websites that... read more

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