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Best Free Stuff of June 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 June 2008.

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Do you ever want to search for articles written in the last week/month/year? With Google you can by following this simple guide.

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Free Windows XP & Vista Themes

Posted by Rich On June - 27 - 200882 COMMENTS

I’ve put together a collection of 34 free Windows Vista & XP Themes.

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Download of the Week: CPU-Z v1.46

Posted by Rich On June - 27 - 200812 COMMENTS

Download of the Week: CPU-Z v1.45CPU-Z is a freeware that gathers information on some of the main devices of your system.

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Picartia - Impressive photo mosaic posters screenshot

Want to be able to create photo mosaic posters? Well you can and it’s really easy. In this guide we’ll learn how to make them within minutes and without downloading any software!

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9 Free Screensavers for Windows

Posted by Rich On June - 23 - 2008ADD COMMENTS

When finding screensavers on the web, it can be hard to ensure the screensavers don’t come with any spyware, viruses etc. Luckily for you, this list of 9 screensavers is completely baggage free. So enjoy! This post comes from Dudeworldorder.com – Thanks Craig!

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