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Website (re-)launched!
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It's been a long time coming, but Nerdface is finally (re-)open!

I've done as much testing as I can to ensure a smooth and user friendly experience, but should any issues be encountered please do let me know. I promise to add more content soon, and there are more features planned in the coming months.

Please do register, and pass on the link to your friends. The website has taken a lot of commitment in time, effort, and finance, and I hope for it to be worthwhile.
[UPDATE] Upcoming changes
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UPDATE - 5th December 2018

I've moved servers at the last minute due to repeated issues experienced with the previous company. Enough was enough, and the change was needed to give the website a stable start.

If you're seeing this message, you're seeing the new server.

UPDATE - 27th November 2018

I'm almost ready to press the button, send an email to the few people who've signed up previously and start advertising for new signups.

I've deleted a few of the old threads which are no longer relevant. Just a couple more tweaks needed here and there. ^_^;

UPDATE - 5th November 2018

Nerdface is currently experiencing performance issues, which is being investigated by the host. At this point I do not believe that this is related to the changes that I have made.


I have not been around for several months due to personal difficulties, which are now thankfully improving.

On re-visiting this project, I am largely unsatisfied with things and...
You can still upgrade to Windows 10
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Despite the official upgrade program for Windows 7, and Windows 8.1 users finishing in August 2016, and the extension for "Assistive Technologies" users finishing in January 2018 - believe it or not, it is still possible to upgrade to Windows 10. That is, if you want to (and if you haven't by now, you probably don't). :giggle:

It is inevitable that you will eventually have to upgrade. Microsoft will cease its extended support phase for Windows 7 in 2020, and Windows 8.1 in 2023, having recently called time on updates for Windows Vista last year. So why not plan ahead while you still have the option? Windows 10 has had a further two years of development including a significant "fall creators" update in November 2017, and various software vendors have also improved their compatibility for the OS.
Gaming Trophies and Achievements
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If you're not an achievement and/or trophy hunter, then you can probably stop reading now.. Otherwise, I'm going to share with you a few websites to help you on your quest to attain the seemingly unattainable (unless of course, it is!).

I should point out right now, that I do not condone the process of gamesaving (physically sharing, modifying, and/or using game save files from other gamers). Nor do I condone other similar forms of cheating, such as entering known hacked multiplayer lobbies via modified games consoles. If you're looking for help with that, look elsewhere..

The websites that I'm going to share will primarily focus on a method of attaining multiplayer unlocks that is known as "boosting". That is organising a multiplayer game with at least one other person. with the sole purpose of working toward a specific trophy or achievement. Generally speaking, players take it in turns to win a set number of games, kill the other player(s) in a specified manner, or work...

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