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Top Most Windows 7 Tips and Tricks

October 15, 2009

* Windows key + Left: docks current window to the left side of the screen. * Windows key + Right: docks current window to the right side of the screen. * Windows key + Up: maximizes and/or restores foreground window. * Windows key + Down: minimizes active window.

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Skype for Windows 4.1.0.166

September 4, 2009

Thursday, Skype has the second patch level for version 4.1 or its VoIP client for Windows released. With Skype it is possible to use text, voice or image, or a combination thereof, on an Internet with other Skype users to communicate. With Skype it is possible to use text, voice or image, or a combination [...]

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Windows Vista sidebar in XP

January 22, 2009

photo credit: Fillmore Photography There are thousands of Gadgets available for download for Windows Vista. But if you don’t have Vista, you can’t run them on your Windows XP machine. Though there are several other small little apps to do the job for XP.

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Open Office.org 3 for Windows and Mac

November 28, 2008

Sun Microsystems released the first beta for OpenOffice.org 3 for Windows and Mac. The new version of OpenOffice, an open-source competitor to Microsoft Office, claims to offer users improvements on every component from interface to features to behaviour. OpenOffice now natively supports OS X, so Mac users won’t have to install the X11 module before [...]

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Microsoft Virtual PC 2007 XP/2003/Vista

August 28, 2008

Virtual PC 2007 is a powerful software virtualization solution that allows you to run multiple PC-based operating systems simultaneously on one workstation, providing a safety net to maintain compatibility with legacy applications while you migrate to a new operating system. It also saves reconfiguration time, so your support, development, and training staff can work more [...]

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Spy for Windows: xp-AntiSpy 3.96.6

May 12, 2008

Everyone likes freeware because it’s easily available and quite seful too. Windows has decent security though it is at a basic level. With the release of Windows Vista, security has improved significantly, specially in the networking area. Although the operating system offers various security features, there are some aspects that are overlooked. For instance, updates [...]

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Apply One Folder’s View to All Folders

April 9, 2008

XP allows you to view folders five different ways: thumbnails, tiles, icons, list, details, but what you select for one folder doesn’t apply to all of them. Sure, you can configure each folder individually, but that takes far too long. To apply the same view universally, Go to My Documents, click Tools, then Folder Options, [...]

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