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Completely Remove Data Using Eraser

Eraser removes data from your computer completely. You may already know that when you “format” a drive, the information is still there. The best way to completely remove data is to write over it, and this is what Eraser does. Eraser is designed for XP, Server 2003, and older Windows versions.

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FolderView for Windows

When I use Firefox, I frequently reopen a tab I just closed by accident or click on my favorite page links that I use every day. Wouldn’t it be nice to do both of these things and more in Windows? With FolderView you can.

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Automatic Desktop Shortcuts to Removable Media

If you use your desktop a lot and you also use portable storage a lot, this guide is definitely for you.

Desk Drive™ solves a really annoying problem. You pop a USB thumb drive or DVD into your computer and then you have to open Window’s Explorer and find the mapped drive or folder. Desk Drive adds a desktop icon pointing to the drive automatically. Remove the media and the shortcut goes away–brilliantly simple and effective.

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Duplicate Image Finder for Windows

There are many duplicate file finders out there and they have saved me a lot of time over the years. But have you ever wanted to find images that are similar, so you can delete redundant pictures? If you do want to do this, this guide is for you.

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Moffsoft Free Calc

Moffsoft FreeCalc is a great replacement for your existing Windows calculator with the standard Windows calculator functionality and added features.

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Utility to Make Windows Vista Explorer Preview Work for More File Types

Trying to make Windows Vista Explorer show previews for more file types used to be a pain and involved playing around with the registry. At mintywhite.com, we like to do things the easiest way possible, and that’s exactly what we’ll do with this hack.

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