This Week in the Forums (Jun 14, 2009)

Posted by Rich On June - 14 - 2009

Here are some highlighted topics from the last week over on Windows Forums:
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Process Manager for Windows

Posted by Rich On June - 12 - 2009

Process Manager for Windows - 1Process Manager adds an entry to your right-click context menu that adjusts a selected application’s priority or kills it. This seems simple and it is, but this can be very useful and save you a few clicks.

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Typography: Free Cartoon Fonts Collection

Posted by Rich On June - 11 - 2009

There are so many fonts out there and searching for the best ones can be a pain. Then you find one you really like and the website owners want you to pay for it! Put your credit card away and enjoy these free Cartoon fonts. Windows Guides helps you find the font you need. If you don’t find what you are looking for here, click the link below to go to the fonts section.

Check out more font collections on Mintywhite.com

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Use a USB Key to Install Windows 7 (Or any OS)

Posted by Rich On June - 9 - 2009

Use a USB key to install an operating system

Installing an operating system from a USB drive bring several advantages: USB drivers are small, USB drives transfer data quicker than CDs, and they are generally more convenient. In this guide, you’ll learn how to install Windows 7–or any operating system–from a USB thumb drive.

UPDATE: You can download the RTM versions of Windows 7 Ultimate, Professional, and Home Premium here (64/32-bit available.)

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This Week in the Forums (Jun 7, 2009)

Posted by Rich On June - 7 - 2009

Here are some highlighted topics from the last week over on Windows Forums:
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Recommended Site: Technix Update

Posted by Rich On June - 6 - 2009

There are so many good websites out there; it can sometimes be hard to decide what to read and when to read it. One such good site is Technix Update, which is run by Abhishek Bhatnagar.

Technix Update focuses on computer tips and tricks and helps you get the most out of your PC. I am an RSS subscriber and I look forward to the newest posts, from which I’ve learned a lot.

Here are some links to get you started:

Abhishek runs some other sites, too, which include:

What other sites do you like?

Suggest them in the comments and please tell us why you recommend them.


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