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Did you know that Windows has an official Facebook fanpage? Are you a fan yet?

In fact, Windows has Facebook fan pages for many locations around the world. Find your location here.

What’s on the Fanpage?

One thing I use the Fanpage for is the posts they find on some of the best Windows sites on the web. You can either go to the fanpage and click on Wall Posts just from Windows (click Filters or this link), or you can get them in your RSS Reader from this feed.

Spotlight

The Spotlight section has theme downloads, tips, and promotions:

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Free Windows 7 themes:

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Offers

Current promotions are listed on the offers page; you can get some great deals on this page (at the time of writing, the Offers tab is not available but it may be in the future.)

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PC Scout

The PC Scout tab helps you search for a new PC with recommendations based on your needs.

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Extras

There are extras like polls, links to YouTube videos, and photos that fans have upload of, for example, their desktop screenshots:

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Events

Keep an eye on the events tab for upcoming events in your region:

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Rich is the owner and creator of Windows Guides; he spends his time breaking things on his PC so he can write how-to guides to fix the problems he creates.

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