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Remove Unwanted Software - Introducing The PC Decrapifier

The PC Decrapifier is designed to remove a specific list unwanted software in an unattended fashion. The PC Decrapifier will run on any Windows XP or Vista variant. The PC does not need to be new, however, the older the PC is, the less likely it will have any of the software that it can detect.

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Best Windows Freebies and Guides 01 [March 2008]

Posted by Rich On March - 31 - 2008

Best Free Stuff of March 2008

Every month we take a look around some of the most interesting windows-related web-sites. We collect the best free stuff and write tips to help you get more out of Windows. Below you’ll find wallpapers, icon packs, screensavers, and freeware we’ve found over the last 30 days. We’ve also put together our most popular windows guides.

Enjoy the overview of stuff you shouldn’t have missed in March 2008.
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Launch Flip 3D Window Rotation with WinFlip in Windows XP

Posted by Rich On March - 30 - 2008

Winflip For Windows XP

One of the great flashy features that comes with Windows Vista is Aero Flip 3D. This looks similar to the picture included in this post – only this screen shot comes from Windows XP (The image may look similar to Vista – I installed one of the transformation packs on my XP installation to achieve this.) Learn how to do this with your copy of XP.

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6 Transformation Packs for Windows XP (Leopard/Linux)

Posted by Rich On March - 30 - 2008

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Want to transform the look of Windows XP to make it look like another operating system? Here are six packs that you can install on your computer to achieve this task. Enjoy!
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Thinking of moving up? What does 64 bit get me?

Posted by Rich On March - 29 - 2008

64 bit Windows Vista

What Does 64-Bit Vista Get Me?

More bits gets you access to more memory. The processor inside your PC communicates with your system memory (RAM) with numeric addressing. Thus the maximum amount of memory a 32-bit processor can address is 232 bytes, or 4 gigabytes. Newer 64-bit processors—not to mention the 64-bit operating systems that run on them—can address 264 bytes of memory, or 17,179,869,184 gigabytes (16 exabytes) of RAM. (17 million gigabytes may sound like a lot of space now, but it won’t be long before you’ll be taking baby pictures with an 8-gigapixel digital camera.)

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Complete Resource for Internet Related Freeware

Posted by Rich On March - 28 - 2008

Internet related freeware; this list completes all your internet related needs without spending a penny.

Check out more freeware on www.mintywhite.com.

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