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If you are wondering whether your computer is good enough for a game that you want to play, GPU-Z will come in very handy. GPU-Z is a lightweight utility designed to give you all information about your graphics processing unit (GPU.) Read the rest of this entry »

Best Free Stuff of July 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 31 days. We’ve also put together our most popular windows guides.

Enjoy the overview of stuff you shouldn’t have missed in July 2008.

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Remove Email Attachments In Outlook and Keep Messages

Many of you may have mail quotas at work or you may simply want to keep on top of things. In this guide you’ll learn how to remove attachments from e-mails, while keeping the e-mail in your inbox.

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Completely Remove Data Using Eraser

Eraser removes data from your computer completely. You may already know that when you “format” a drive, the information is still there. The best way to completely remove data is to write over it, and this is what Eraser does. Eraser is designed for XP, Server 2003, and older Windows versions.

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Track a Stolen Computer with LocatePC

Posted by Rich On July - 25 - 200810 COMMENTS

Track a Stolen Computer with LocatePC

Do you own a laptop and use it in public? I do and I wouldn’t be surprised if my laptop gets stolen one day. Actually, I will be very surprised, but the chances of this happening are too high to ignore.

This week’s featured download is LocatePC – software designed to help you track down your PC.

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Free Brand Name Fonts Collection (TTF)

Posted by Rich On July - 23 - 200839 COMMENTS

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There are so many fonts out there – but it seems you have to pay for all the good ones. Put your credit card away and enjoy these free brand name fonts. Available to you are many more sets – linked below.

UPDATE: Some people seem to be concerned with the legality of these fonts. Each font comes with its own copyright — please refer to this file to clarify the usage allowance for these fonts.

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Looking for Free Movie Fonts?

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