Counter Strike 1.6 – LH 2011 (UCP 6.5)
Counter Strike 1.6 – LH 2011 (UCP 6.5)
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LongHorn Edition – Version 2 © 2011
* Protocol 48 Non-Steam
* Exe version 126.96.36.199/188.8.131.52 (cstrike) FIXED Bug in Vista & 7
* Exe build: (4554)
* SteamID Numeric
* Setti MasterServer 12735 Servers (Play Online)
* Latest REVOLUTION Emulator 9.8.3
* AntiCheats UCP 6.5 ( Ka te Instaluar hazer, skeni nevoj te instaloni
* NEW – LongHorn GUI Version 3 (Graphical User Interface) Easy to Use & Beauty
* NEW – Backgorund (800×600 – 1024×768) – By: Daniel Luvisi
* NEW – Commander Menu (Game Settings, Mp3 Player, Useful Stuff, Server Stuff, Record Demo)
* NEW – Keyboard Commander (Much More Commanders) – Create Your Personal Config CFG
* NEW – Logo Loading
* NEW – FONTS + Shadow (Much Beauty Better Fonts Quality)
* NEW – GameStartup Song (CS Startup Song)
* NEW – Ico (Counter-Strike.exe)
* NEW – Logo 187
* NEW – Motd (NEW LOGO)
* Added – DemoLoaded Button In GameMenu (Easy To PlayDEMO)
* Added – Option to launch listen server in LAN mode
* Added – FPS & PING Booster Version 3 CFG (Much FPS TuneUp)
* Added – Counter-Strike No Force.exe (Play With NonForce Commander No Need Shourtcut -game cstrike)
* Added – 10 Chat Con Colors (Included in Commander Menu)
* Added – Best Config.cfg (Fast Script buy,slot weapons ETC…) + Best Commander Server Settings
* Added – LH Tool’s ( Foder | Commander AMX, Console, No Force, Parameters Starter | 11 FIX | 35 CFG Best Player, FPS Booster v2, Tool,Tutorial,)
* FIXED – Bug Serverbrowser with favorites using S.M
* FIXED – sv_lan 0 enforce
* FIXED – Options (Video 32Bits)
* FIXED – VGuy
* FIXED – ScoreBoard “TAB”
* FIXED – Some Bugs (General GUI + Language File)
* Playable on LAN and Internet
* The original character models and weapons
* Steam Account / CD-Key NOT required. Installing, running, playing.
* Half-Life maps are totally removed
* Clean rip from original files with these exceptions
* HLDS and HLTV included and works
* Working Dedicated and Listen server
* Ads are removed
* Easy To Install & Beauty
improved vastly over previous versions. In addition to improved graphics, FS2002 introduced air traffic control (ATC) and artificial intelligence (AI) aircraft enabling users to fly alongside computer controlled aircraft and communicate with airports. An option for a target framerate was added, enabling a cap on the framerate to reduce stutter while performing texture loading and other maintenance tasks. In addition, aircraft feature a 3D virtual cockpit, creating in effect a view of the cockpit from the viewpoint of a real pilot. The external view also featured an inertia effect, inducing an illusion of movement in a realistic physical environment. The simulation runs smoother than Flight Simulator 2000, even on comparable hardware. A free copy of Fighter Ace 2 was also included with the software.
Anticipation was high for this version, because of its interactive AI traffic, ATC features, and its release shortly after September 2001. Due to the September 11 attacks, the launch was postponed to remove the twin towers of the World Trade Center in all copies, and the release date was pushed back to 19 October 2001.
Flight Simulator 2004 (9.0): A Century of Flight, also known as FS9 or FS2004, was shipped with several historical aircraft such as the Wright Flyer, Ford Tri-Motor, and the Douglas DC-3 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Wright Brothers’ first flight. The program included an improved weather engine, that provided true three-dimensional clouds and true localized weather conditions for the first time. The engine also allowed users to download weather information from actual weather stations, allowing the simulator to synchronize the weather with the real world. Other enhancements from the previous version included better ATC communications, GPS equipment, interactive virtual cockpits, and more variety in autogen such as barns, street lights, silos, etc.
A service update (9.1) was released on 10 June 2004, that included over 160 bridges missing or wrongly displayed in the original version, with several other corrections and performance improvements. As of 2015, FS2004 is probably still the most popular of Microsoft’s simulators
Flight Simulator X (10.0), known as FSX, is the tenth and most recent edition in the Flight Simulator franchise. It features new aircraft, improved multiplayer support, including the ability for two players to fly a single plane, and players to occupy a control tower available in the Deluxe Edition, and improved scenery with higher resolution ground textures. FSX includes fewer aircraft than FS2004, but incorporates new aircraft such as the Airbus A321, Maule Orion, Boeing 737-800, and Bombardier CRJ700. The expansion pack, named Acceleration, was released later, which includes new missions, aircraft, and other updates. The Deluxe edition of Flight Simulator X includes the Software Development Kit (SDK), which contains an object placer, allowing the game’s autogen and full scenery library to be used in missions or add-on scenery. Finally, the ability to operate the control surfaces of aircraft with the mouse was reintroduced after it was removed in FS2002.
Previous versions did not allow great circle navigation at latitudes higher than 60 degrees (North or South), and at around 75-80 degrees North/South it became impossible to “fly” closer to the poles, whichever compass heading was followed. This problem is solved in FSX. Users may now navigate through any great circle as well as “fly” across both Arctic and Antarctic. This version also adds the option to have a transparent panel.
FSX is the first of the series to be released exclusively on DVD-ROM due to space constraints. This is also the first in the series that calls for the preparing process known as activating. Through the internet or a phone a hardware number is generated, and a corresponding code is then used to lock the DVD to one single computer only. It also requires a significantly more powerful computer to run smoothly, even on low graphical settings. Users have reported that the game is “CPU-bound” – a powerful processor is generally more helpful in increasing performance than a powerful graphics card.
Notably, there was some inconsistency when it came to the airports depicted in the game; Meigs Field in Chicago was removed following its sudden destruction in 2003, while Kai Tak Airport in Hong Kong, which had closed in 1998, remained
Microsoft released their first expansion pack for Flight Simulator in years, called Flight Simulator X: Acceleration, to the US market on October 23, 2007 rated E – E10+ for mild violence, and released to the Australian market on November 1, 2007 rated G. Acceleration introduces new features, including multiplayer air racing, new missions, and three all-new aircraft, the F/A-18A Hornet, EH-101 helicopter and the P-51D Mustang. In many product reviews, users complained of multiple bugs in the initial release of the pack. One of the bugs, that occurs only in the Standard Edition, is the Maule Air Orion aircraft used in the mission has missing gauges and other problems, as it is a Deluxe Version-only aircraft.
The new scenery enhancements cover Berlin, Istanbul, Cape Canaveral and the Edwards Air Force Base, providing high accuracy both in the underlying photo texture (60 cm/pixel) and in the detail given to the 3D objects.
Flight Simulator X: Acceleration can take advantage of Windows Vista, Windows 7, and DirectX 10 as well.
The expansion pack includes code from both service packs, thus installing them is unnecessary.
On August 17, 2010, Microsoft announced a new flight simulator, Microsoft Flight, designed to replace the Microsoft Flight Simulator series. New to Flight is Games for Windows – Live integration, which means that the GameSpy client will not be used. An add-on market place was implemented as well, offering some additional scenery packs and aircraft as downloadable content (DLC). The new version was aimed at current flight simulator fans, as well as novice players. However, Flight has a different internal architecture and operational philosophy, and is not compatible with the previous Flight Simulator series.
Some users and critics such as Flying Magazine were disappointed with the product, the main issue being that the product is a game, rather than a simulator, to attract a casual audience rather than enthusiasts who would want a more realistic experience.
On July 25, 2012, Microsoft announced it had cancelled further development of Microsoft Flight, stating that this was part of “the natural ebb and flow” of application management. The company stated it will continue to support the community and offer Flight as a free download, but closed down all further development of the product on 26 July 2012
In 2009, Lockheed Martin announced that they had negotiated with Microsoft to purchase the intellectual property and including source code for Microsoft ESP which was the commercial-use version of Flight Simulator X SP2. In 2010 Lockheed announced that the new product based upon the ESP source code would be called Prepar3D (pronounced “Prepared”). Lockheed has hired members of the original ACES Studios team to continue development of the product. Most Flight Simulator X addons as well as the default FSX aircraft work in Prepar3D without any adjustment since Prepar3D is kept backward compatible. The first version was released on 1 November 2010.
On the 9th of July 2014 Dovetail Games announced a licensing agreement with Microsoft to distribute Microsoft Flight Simulator X: Steam Edition and to develop further products based on Microsoft’s technology for the entertainment market. They announced plans to release a new flight game in 2015, however their website has been updated to indicate this release would be sometime in 2016.
Microsoft Flight Simulator X: Steam Edition was released on 18 December 2014, and is a re-release of FSX Gold Edition, which includes the Deluxe and Acceleration packs and both Service Packs. It includes “all standard Steam functionality”, and replaces the GameSpy multiplayer system with Steam’s multiplayer system
Microsoft’s main U.S. campus received a silver certification from the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program in 2008, and it installed over 2,000 solar panels on top of its buildings in its Silicon Valley campus, generating approximately 15 percent of the total energy needed by the facilities in April 2005. Microsoft makes use of alternative forms of transit. It created one of the world’s largest private bus systems, the “Connector”, to transport people from outside the company; for on-campus transportation, the “Shuttle Connect” uses a large fleet of hybrid cars to save fuel. The company also subsidises regional public transport, provided by Sound Transit and King County Metro, as an incentive. In February 2010 however, Microsoft took a stance against adding additional public transport and high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes to the State Route 520 and its floating bridge connecting Redmond to Seattle; the company did not want to delay the construction any further. Microsoft was ranked number 1 in the list of the World’s Best Multinational Workplaces by the Great Place to Work Institute in 2011.
The corporate headquarters, informally known as the Microsoft Redmond campus, is located at One Microsoft Way in Redmond, Washington. Microsoft initially moved onto the grounds of the campus on February 26, 1986, weeks before the company went public on March 13. The headquarters has since experienced multiple expansions since its establishment. It is estimated to encompass over 8 million ft2 (750,000 m2) of office space and 30,000-40,000 employees. Additional offices are located in Bellevue and Issaquah (90,000 employees world-wide). The company is planning to upgrade its Mountain View, CA campus on a grand scale. The company has occupied this campus since 1981. The company is planning to buy the 32-acre campus. The plans submitted involve expanding the campus by 25%. It is expected that it will take three years to complete the expansion. If approved, construction will start in early 2017.
On October 26, 2015, the company opened its flagship retail location on Fifth Avenue in New York City. The location features a five-story glass storefront and is 22,270 square feet. As per company executives, Microsoft had been on the lookout for a flagship location since 2009. The company’s retail locations are part of a greater strategy to help build a connection with its consumers. The opening of the store coincided with the launch of the Surface Book and Surface Pro 4. Notably, the second floor has a large area designated for consumers to play Xbox games. The third floor has been named the “Dell Experience at the Microsoft Store,” which showcases various Dell products. The fourth floor is for employees and administrative operations. The fifth floor has been designed as a pseudo-conference center, as it will hold events and meetings. On November 12, 2015, Microsoft opened a second flagship store, located in Sydney’s Pitt Street Mall. The two-storey, 6000 sq ft location features Microsoft’s flagship products including the Surface line and Xbox One, there is also an Answer Desk on site for customers to get product support.
Microsoft adopted the so-called “Pac-Man Logo”, designed by Scott Baker, in 1987. Baker stated “The new logo, in Helvetica italic typeface, has a slash between the o and s to emphasize the “soft” part of the name and convey motion and speed.” Dave Norris ran an internal joke campaign to save the old logo, which was green, in all uppercase, and featured a fanciful letter O, nicknamed the blibbet, but it was discarded. Microsoft’s logo with the “Your potential. Our passion.” tagline below the main corporate name, is based on a slogan Microsoft used in 2008. In 2002, the company started using the logo in the United States and eventually started a TV campaign with the slogan, changed from the previous tagline of “Where do you want to go today?”. During the private MGX (Microsoft Global Exchange) conference in 2010, Microsoft unveiled the company’s next tagline, “Be What’s Next.”. They also had a slogan/tagline “Making it all make sense.”.
On August 23, 2012, Microsoft unveiled a new corporate logo at the opening of its 23rd Microsoft store in Boston, indicating the company’s shift of focus from the classic style to the tile-centric modern interface, which it uses/will use on the Windows Phone platform, Xbox 360, Windows 8 and the upcoming Office Suites. The new logo also includes four squares with the colors of the then-current Windows logo which have been used to represent Microsoft’s four major products: Windows (blue), Office (red), Xbox (green) and Bing (yellow). The logo resembles the opening of one of the commercials for Windows 95