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Google is Going to Index SVG Files

Posted by Angel Luis On September - 2 - 2010

Google has announced that is going to start indexing SVG files. SVG, the acronym of Scalable Vector Graphics, is a XML based file format that is used to describe two-dimensional vector graphics.

Right now Google is indexing the following types:

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3 Great Freeware Font Management Programs

Posted by Thomas On August - 21 - 2010

Are you a fan of fonts? I know I am. And if you have visited this site for some time, you will no doubt be sitting on a huge pile of free fonts. Now, Windows doesn’t have a specific number of maximum allowed fonts you can enable (or install) – but installing each and every one you own at once, will increase boot time and may slow your system down to snail pace…There are many applications out there that will help you to manage your fonts by enabling the font you need – when you need it. The best programs also help you sort your fonts for easier management. The best ones, aren’t free (usually), and those who are, doesn’t always give you what you want, or need.For many years now I’ve been using a Font Management Program originally developed for the MAC platform called SuitCase. All though they have a free version, their best (and most functional, and costly) version is the paid version. Needing to upgrade my SuitCase Program I started out searching for a free tool that could replace it. Hoping to find at least one – I ended up with three promising alternatives. Read the rest of this entry »

Meet the Windows Guides Team

Posted by Rich On August - 15 - 2010

We have a number of new writers on the team lately and, in this article, I’d like to share a little about each of our writers so you can get to know us all a little better.

Here’s a quick overview of the team:



Joined Team Location Operating System Profile
rsvr85 RSVR85 September 2009 England Windows 7Linux rsvr85
Mike Mike November 2009 United States of America (USA) Windows 7 Mike
Thomas Thomas January 2010 Norway Windows 7Windows VistaWindows XPOS X Thomas
Harry Harry February 2010 England Windows 7 Harry
DarkNovaGamer Steven Downer


March 2010 United States of America (USA) Windows 7OS X DarkNovaGamer
Angel Luis Angel Luis April 2010 Spain Windows 7 Angel Luis
Taylor Ling Taylor Ling

(ghost 301)

July 2010 Malaysia Windows 7 ghost301
Deck Deck Hazen


July 2010 New Zealand Windows 7 Deck
swooper swooper July 2010 Australia Windows 7Windows XPLinux swooper
Spazz Spazz August 2010 South Africa Windows 7Windows VistaWindows XP Spazz
Nicholas N J West


October 2009 England Windows 7OS XLinux Nicholas
Scragg ashmsa


January 2010 United States of America (USA) Windows XP Scragg
sergiogarcia9 sergiogarcia9 May 2010 Denmark Windows 7Linux sergiogarcia9
Rich Robinson


February 2008 United States of America (USA) England Windows 7Windows XPOS XLinux Rich

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Upgrade your Laptops RAM [How To]

Posted by Thomas On June - 2 - 2010

I don’t know if you’ve read it already, but I just did a piece on RAM (Random Access Memory). I thought I’d follow-up with this tutorial on how to upgrade your Laptops RAM. Most of us have one time or another upgraded our Desktop Computer (if not, I’ll tell you all about that in a later article). But have you ever tried to do so on a Laptop ? Or, have you backed off, on account of –  it’s so tiny, and therefore must be tough to do ? Well, actually it’s just as easy – or easier even. Here’s how… Read the rest of this entry »

Microsoft FixIT Center Fixes Problems with Windows

Posted by Thomas On April - 24 - 2010

I know, there are tons of sites and applications trying to make a living out of fixing your Windows Problems. The reason for this is mainly because Microsoft’s Solutions Center has always been so high-tech, and not very user-friendly.

Finding solutions to common Windows problems using the Microsoft Website has always been a daunting task. Making you read through tons of more or less useless Tech Information that the common user cannot make any sense of.

Now, Microsoft is finally trying to make amends, by offering a new free product called: “Fix it” .

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The Windows 7 Enterprise is designed specifically for IT Professionals interested in experiencing the Windows 7 Enterprise on behalf of their organization, for both software and hardware testing purposes of the final version of the product. In addition, it provides the opportunity to become more familiar with the key improvements over previous versions of the Windows operating system.

This 90-day trial of Windows 7 Enterprise can be downloaded absolutely free until the end of the year (December 31, 2010). It will not require a product key; it is embedded with the download. Both 32-bit and 64-bit versions are available and five languages are supported: English, French, German, Japanese, and Spanish. After the 90-day Trial expires, if you wish to continue to use the Windows 7 Enterprise, you will be required to purchase and perform a clean installation of Windows 7, including drivers and applications; Windows 7 Enterprise is not available through retail channels.

Official Guidelines by Microsoft:

Protect your PC by backing up your data first.

Don’t test Windows 7 on your primary home or business PC.

You have 10 days to activate the product. If not activated within 10 days, the system will shut down once every hour until activated.

The 90-day Trial will shut down once every hour when you have reached the end of the 90-day evaluation period.

Minimum System Requirements:

1 GHz or faster 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor

1 GB of RAM (32-bit) / 2 GB RAM (64-bit)

16 GB available disk space (32-bit) / 20 GB (64-bit)

DirectX 9 graphics processor with WDDM 1.0 or higher driver

DVD-compatible drive

Internet access

Download here (bottom of the page)

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