Can we get a freeware essentials thread going? Curious about what utilities for Windows that I should have but have forgotten about (or never knew of).
Unchecky.com - unchecks the annoying boxes in installers that try to install toolbars and shit and warns you if you're proceeding with a checkbox that will install unwanted software. Memory usage is 600kb.
Webmcam - record WebMs of shit on your Windows computer.
Hashtab - puts file hash calculation and comparison capabilities in the properties of files in windows explorer.
But unless you buy abysmal quality beef, only the outside is contaminated.
Also, you can cook it very raw if you use sous vide, as the relatively low temperature over a long period of time kills any bacteria that would be in the meat.
How do you know Anon is American?
Anyways, the most you should *ever* order your steak cooked is medium rare, otherwise you're just destroying all the flavors and textures that are there and turning it into jerkey.
And in things like tartares and carpaccios, you don't cook them at all (though you are careful about cleanliness).
I will admit, though, that OP's steak looks quite underdone.
Some people make software for fun/utility/upskilling/benefit of others rather than looking for money.
Or they give away the software to home users (non-commercial) and then charge businesses to support the software.
Just yeasterday I found a way to open Linux-formatted disk dumps (IMG/DD) in Windows 7.
If you ever encounter the need to browse and/or modify an EXT4 disk dump, you can do so by installing an EXT4 driver like Ext2Fsd and mounting the dump using OSFMount. You can browse and modify files as if it were a normal windows folder, then just unmount to apply the changes you did and you're good to go.