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Demo Creator Screen Recording Software

mintywhite.com is giving away one (3) copies, worth $99.95 each, of DemoCreator to three (3) helpful Windows Guides readers. Simply do one (or all three) of the following to be automatically be entered into the competition.

* Multiple tips on the forums will faciliate in winning.
** Only one entry per email address will be considered.

What are the Criteria?

The tips from the first two options will be judged by HappyAndyK, a Microsoft MVP, of WinVistaClub, based upon the following criteria:

  • Does the tip work?
  • Is the tip useful?
  • Is the tip clear and easy to follow?
  • Is the tip creative?

The comment on this post will be randomly picked, and if the commenter is an email subscriber, they will automatically be a winner.

When Does the Competition End?

This giveaway closes at 11PM MDT(-7), Nov 16, 2008. The winners will be announced on this site on Nov 17, 2008.

UPDATE: Winners announced!



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  • Chuck Stevens

    Just discovered your site today and have spent a while looking around. Keep up the great work. :)

  • Chuck Stevens

    Just discovered your site today and have spent a while looking around. Keep up the great work. :)

  • Chuck, welcome to the site :) and thank you.

  • Chuck, welcome to the site :) and thank you.

  • Yes,you are giving many give aways now-a-days..Keep up the good work:)

  • Yes,you are giving many give aways now-a-days..Keep up the good work:)


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