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We here on mintywhite, spend a lot of time writing about what interest us, and hopefully we succeed writing something that interests you as well. The other day I started thinking about how I, as a writer, could improve and how this could become an even better site – for you. With that in mind, HOW may we improve?

  • What kind of topics would you like to see more of?
  • What kind of topics would you like to see less of?
  • Is there some special software we should review?
  • How about our competitions? More? Less?
  • Tell us what you think.

The Suggestion Box

I’ve asked Rich to add a new Sticky Topic in our Forum, called: The Suggestion Box. This is the place for you to add your comments, ideas, suggestions about our site; be assured that every suggestion will be taken seriously, and none of them will end up in the  shredder.

Win a prize!

To launch this new feature, we have 5 more Windows licenses of WinXdvd Ripper (Read about it here) and about 10 more MAC licenses for you our Readers. So, the next five Fridays, we will pick the best suggestion out of the box and reward it with a license of your choice.

Make a Suggestion



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Computer geek from the age of 7, which amounts to 30 years of computer experience. From the early days (when every computer company had their own OS) of DOS, Windows 1.0 through Seven...

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2 thoughts on “Help us improve Windows Guides and Win a prize!”

  1. Guestbarry49 says:

    How do I open all browsers in full screen?  Lately browsers are opening smaller Mozilla ,
    Google,IE  Opera, at work and at home .

    1. Rich says:

      Windows keeps track of the un-maximized size if a window i.e. your browser, upon close. Thus, if you make a window larger and close it (making sure there are no other windows open for that program), it will be the same size next time you open it. I believe this solution refers to your situation (given it worked before.)

      To always start a program full screen, right click the shortcut to the program and click Properties. On the Shortcut tab, the the “Run” parameter to “Maximized”

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