Paint.NET is a Free, Simple Graphic Editor

Posted by Rich On May - 23 - 2008

Microsoft Paint isn’t the best program in the world, but it’s so simple and it’s free. I am a big fan of paint and used it in the creation of many of the images used on mintywhite.com. In this guide I will introduce Paint.Net and explain why you should be using this program right now!
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Use Notepad a lot? Quickly Paste Text into Notepad

Posted by Rich On May - 22 - 2008

Use Notepad a lot? Quickly Paste Text into Notepad

I use notepad a lot and am always copying text that I want to save for use at a later time. Notepad isn’t really useful for archiving work, but it’s great for keeping snippets on your desktop that can remind you to get stuff done. If you are like me and use Notepad too, this guide is for you.

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Defragment Your Registry with Free Registry Defrag

Posted by Rich On May - 16 - 2008

Defragment Your Registry with Free Registry Defrag

During the normal operation of a Windows system, registry data is constantly being written to and removed from the registry. Over time this data becomes scattered within the registry file and when information is deleted from the registry holes are left which fragment the data within the registry. Registry compacting optimizes your registry by removing gaps and wasted space, thus improves the whole system performance. Here you may download this freeware.

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Hydra Web Browser – Because Looks are Important too

Posted by Rich On May - 15 - 2008

Hydra Web Browser - Because Looks are Important too 1

Innovative, beautiful and free! These are the keywords that best describe Hydra. If you are overwhelmed with wealth of information the web offers these days, then you’ve found your solution. Hydra will make your browsing more comfortable and enjoyable than ever, and all this packaged into a visually attractive interface, thus making your browsing experience even better and more exciting experience!

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Readers – Head Over to the Forums

Posted by Rich On May - 13 - 2008

Windows Forums at mintywhite.com

Windows Guides ForumsThe forums are now up and running and many have you have already joined us. If you are not yet a member, head over now and join the community.

Use a Shortcut Key to Safely Remove Hardware [How To]

Posted by Rich On May - 13 - 2008

Many of you who use USB drives will benefit from this quick fix. Safely removing hardware can be a pain when you have to click the button every time. In this guide you will learn how to assign a keyboard shortcut to the Safely Remove Hardware Dialog.

How to Use a Shortcut Key to Safely Remove Hardware

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