NEW 3D Earth View Option Available in Google Maps

April 29, 2010

If you are familiar with Google Earth then you are familiar with the data-rich 3D imagery and terrain that Google Earth is capable of.

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Recently the Official Google Blog announced that there is now a view option available on Google Maps called Earth that uses the same 3D power of Google Earth.

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Once you visit Google Maps and select the Earth option you will be prompted to download a browser plugin. The browser plugin, once downloaded and installed, enables you to navigate and explore geographic data in a three-dimensional view; just like the standalone software version of Google Earth. The browser version is somewhat limited and does not have the additional functionality (other options) that the standalone version has; however, the ability to explore the earth in 3D detail in your web browser is nothing but sensational and is an excellent addon to Google Maps.

A TIP to using the Google Earth View option: When navigating the location you select, hold down the “Shift key and Left Mouse Button” to change the vertical field of view to a horizontal field of view (similar to what you would see in a flight simulator).

System Requirements

The Google Earth Plugin is currently available for the following operating systems and web browsers:

Microsoft Windows (2000, XP, Vista, and 7)

  • Google Chrome 1.0+
  • Internet Explorer 7+ (32-bit)
  • Firefox 2.0+
  • Flock 1.0+

Apple Mac OS X 10.4 and higher (Intel and PowerPC)

  • Safari 3.1+
  • Firefox 3.0+

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Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#57)

April 28, 2010

It’s that time of the week here at What’s On My PC… Reflected is a rundown of articles, randomly selected, from the past week that have been posted by the friends on the What’s On My PC blogroll. If you have a passion for information technology and computers, these sites are the one’s to visit.

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thePC Security
Ultimate List of Best Portable Antivirus For Your USB

Carol’s Vault
Songr – Download free music from 15 search engines

411-Spyware.com
How to Remove TrustDoctor

Evilfantasy’s Blog
PageAddict Firefox extension

Bill Mullins’ Weblog – Tech Thoughts
Principles of Security: Keeping it Simple

Right On Technology
Gizmodo’s Editor Jason Chen’s House Raided

Free PC Security
Avira 10 Installation, Configuration and Test

AskBillFirst
Defective McAfee update causes worldwide meltdown of XP PCs | Ed Bott’s Microsoft Report | ZDNet.com

Tech-for Everyone
Amazingly Dangerous Email: Must See To Believe

Rarst.net
Speccy – basic system info tool from Piriform

Lifehacker
Google Earth Arrives Inside Google Maps on the Web
[Google Earth]

Snakebytez
New way to explore disk space usage with Disk Space Fan

Carputer’s News and Computer Tips
Malware: Infecting the Unexpecting

TTC Shelbyville
Chrome Stats for Nerds

404 Tech Support
Exploring the AT&T U-Verse

Netbook Freeware
FARR (Find and Run Robot): Best Free Application Launcher
for Netbooks

Worthy Tips
Download Microsoft Office 2010 Product Guide(Official)

I Love Free Software
Download Microsoft USB Flash Drive Manager Free

Canadian Tech News Blog
Why flash is like crack

Internet Security Blog
Cannot Delete Print Jobs Queue in Spooler – Use Stalled Printer Repair

Mrintech
Important Security Tips for Online Banking

Technogran’s Tittle Tattle
WordPress.com versus Blogger.com

TuneUp Blog about Windows
Styling Windows 7 (Part 1): How to Change the Visual Style

Plato Press
Cloud and Criminal Networking

What’s On My PC
A Portable Start Menu for your Flash Drive

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A FREE Way to Monitor Your Kids Online Activity

April 27, 2010

If you are a parent who has children who use the computer to access the internet it is very important that you educate yourself and your child about the dangers of the internet. It is important to have strict guidelines in place on their computer usage and a method to supervise and monitor their online activities. Do not fall for the myth that your generation is dumb about computers (and the internet) and today’s kids are computer (and internet) savvy. This is very far from the truth.  Let’s face it kids will be kids… Computers and the internet are a form of entertainment to kids, much like the television was when we were kids.

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To help you, as a parent, to take a bite out of the dangers of the internet, I would like to introduce you to McGruff Safeguard.  This application intelligently monitors kids’ internet activity such as internet chatting, search engine phrases, and social networking profiles (e.g. Facebook, My Space).  The difference between this application and many of the other applications out there is that McGruff Safeguard is a monitoring application and not an application that controls where your child visits. I actually prefer an application such as this to establish an open dialog about internet guidelines and to build  trust between you and your child.

McGruff SafeGuard is an authorized, licensed product of The National Crime Prevention Council and McGruff The Crime Dog, and the first and only service to electronically connect parents with law enforcement in their common battle against Internet sexual predators.

Monitors:

•  All website visits
•  MySpace/Facebook and social network activity
•  Chat and instant message conversations
•  Search engine phrases
•  Emails sent on popular systems, including AOL, Yahoo, MSN and Hotmail
•  Tracks total hours spent online

Alerts:

•  Intelligent monitoring automatically alerts you by email to potential danger
•  Get daily summary of activity
•  Report predators directly to Law Enforcement
•  Auto-monitors for hundreds of dangerous phrases
•  Create your own custom alerts

Search:

•  Your child’s activity by keyword and date
•  Your child’s activity by buddy name

Simplify:

•  Translates “kidspeak” abbreviations and acronyms
•  Choose your level of monitoring preferences
•  Installs on your child’s PC one time. Then, monitor remotely forever.
•  No need to sneak back onto your child’s PC.
•  Block specific people from talking to your child
•  Connect and cooperate with millions of other parents worldwide

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Dial 1-800-GOOG-411 for FREE Business Information

April 25, 2010

I am surprised of how many people do not know about Google’s 411 service where you can call to find local business information completely FREE.  Simply dial 1-800-GOOG-411 ( or 1-800-466-4411).  You can call anytime, from anywhere.  GOOG-411 is only available in the U.S. and Canada.

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Using GOOG-411

Call 1-800-GOOG-411. (That’s 1-800-466-4411). Say where you are and what you’re looking for. GOOG-411 will connect you with the business you choose.

If you are calling from a mobile device, GOOG-411 can even send you a text message with more details and a map. Simply say “Text message” or “Map it.”

If you desire to learn more about GOOG-411 then [ click here ] or watch the video below.

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STOP Chain Email

April 23, 2010

How many of you receive on a daily basis those “forward” emails, such as funnies, hoaxes, jokes, surveys, chain letters, prayer requests, fake virus warnings, surveys, petitions, political attacks, etc. ?

Are we that gullible?  The answer is resoundingly, YES!

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I particularly like the ones where if you forward a prayer request to 10 people your prayers will be answered. I tried that one once and prayed that I would stop receiving chain emails!  That one didn’t work either; I am getting more of them : ) Besides, if your moment of religion is forwarding these types of emails, you better get your butt in Church.

I am going to give you some good advice. Delete forward emails, such as indicated, on the spot! I have yet to truly find one that really is of any benefit. Do not become part of the lie. Email chains spread panic,  insecurity, misinformation, and hate. Email chains are bandwidth hogs that lessen the effectiveness of email as a communication medium. As a matter of fact, we are destroying the credibility and security of our email systems because we are creating an environment of propaganda where we do not know what is true and what is not true.  I can tell you this much, if you rely on forward emails as your information source,  especially those with a political agenda, then you are truly lessening your credibility as a person in the know.

Keep in mind every time you forward that email, your email address is added to the other hundreds (and thousands) of email addresses that  have already been harvested.  In essence you are giving away information about yourself that could circulate worldwide and come back to haunt you. Chain emails feed on a persons psychic to the point that you, in good conscience, feel you need to forward it on!  Again, do not forward these emails and simply delete them.

An example of a chain email that is designed to instill fear:

Subject: Fw: FW: Virus Coming

Hi All,

I just got this message from a friend I thought you need to be aware of … I checked with Norton  Anti-Virus, and they are  gearing up for this  virus! I checked Snopes, and  it is for real. Get this E-mail message sent around to your contacts   ASAP.

PLEASE FORWARD THIS  WARNING AMONG FRIENDS, FAMILY AND  CONTACTS!

You  should be alert  during the next few days. Do not  open any message with an attachment  entitled  ‘POSTCARD FROM HALLMARK,’regardless of who sent it  to  you. It is a virus which opens A POSTCARD  IMAGE, which ‘burns’ the whole hard disc C of your  computer.

This  virus will be  received from someone who has your  e-mail address in his/her contact  list. This is  the reason why you need to send this e-mail to all   your contacts. It is better to receive this  message 25 times than  to receive the virus and  open it.

If  you receive a mail  called’ POSTCARD,’ even though  sent to you by a friend, do not open it!  Shut down  your computer immediately. This is the worst virus   announced by  CNN.

It  has been classified  by Microsoft as the most  destructive virus ever. This virus was  discovered  by McAfee yesterday, and there is no repair yet  for  this kind of virus. This virus simply destroys  the Zero Sector of the  Hard Disc, where the vital  information is  kept.

COPY  THIS E-MAIL, AND  SEND IT TO YOUR  FRIENDS.

REMEMBER:  IF YOU SEND  IT TO THEM, YOU WILL BENEFIT ALL OF  US

Again, simply stated; “delete forward emails”; HOWEVER, if you feel the need to confirm information you receive in your email,  Google it; OR use Snopes,  Hoaxbusters,  Hoax-Slayer, or ChainLetters.net, to name a few. I usually head to Snopes first…

“There is only one reason these things exist: to harvest the “live” e-mail addresses of *gullible* people”. [Tech Paul – Tech-for Everyone]

“Believe nothing and verify everything!”

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A Grab Bag Selection of GREAT Online Computer Games

April 23, 2010

I recently went on the hunt for some online (cloud based) computer games. As you well know, there are numerous online gaming sites; however, most are laden with numerous advertisements and questionable tactics to draw you in. What I was looking for were individualized and specialized games that you play in your web browser (in a full screen or near full screen mode), that would make you stand back in awe, and did not require an online account.

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Reflected below are links to the sites for the games that I was able to locate. If you know of other online games, that meets the criteria I have indicated, by all means share them with us by commenting below. You will notice I have not provided any description for the games. This is like a grab bag; reach in, click on the links, and be surprised.

Get The Glass

3D Future Ops 4: First Strike

Gravity Master

Glassez

Matter: Online Tangram

Quest For The Rest

Space Shuttle: Online Flight Simulator

CDX

First Person Tetris

World of Solitaire

FlashChess III

Crystal Galaxy

Breakdown

Leadership

Cost Cutter

Free Crossword Puzzles

Jigsaw Online

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Take An Inside Look of Windows with What’s Running

April 22, 2010

image There are numerous task manager replacements out there that can be used to monitor and troubleshoot what is running behind the scenes on your PC. Recently another app of this type that has crossed my plate is called What’s Running, with the latest version (3.0) currently in beta (the testing stage of software). If you are someone that is called upon to troubleshoot potential computer issues, such as a computer that suddenly has become sluggish, this app may be for you.

SCREENSHOT [ CLICK HERE ]

What’s Running definitely provides more information, than the standard Windows task manager, when it comes to Processes, Services, Modules, IP Connections, Drivers, Startup and System Information. One “cool factor” with this app is that you can capture snapshots, of the current state of your PC, then compare the snapshot to another snapshot take at a later time. This is helpful when troubleshooting suspected stability issues. I noticed on the site that there is no “portable version” specifically available; however, I did find that you can run the setup and directly install What’s Running onto your flash drive OR use Universal Extractor to unpack the setup file (then copy the unpacked files to your flash Drive). I noticed that the first go round of running What’s Running, it takes some time for the program to poll your system; however, once it has completed that task subsequent startups is much faster.

What’s Running is a product that gives you an inside look into your Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista/Windows 7 system.

Lots of great features including hierarchical process view, usability improvements, more in-depth information, smart information navigation and much more!

Explore processes, services, modules, IP-connections, drivers and much more through a simple to use application. Find out important information such as what modules are involved in a specific process.

Control your system by starting and stopping services and processes. Configure your startup programs easily.

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Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#56)

April 21, 2010

If you are finding that you need to be more knowledgeable and productive at your computer, then you need to click on the Geek Squeaks’ category a the sidebar of the blog.  Geek Squeaks’ are a collection of links to articles that have been posted by members of the What’s On My PC blogroll community.  Each week articles are randomly selected, that have been composed within the week period, to promote the good works of these blogs. I encourage you to become a regular follower of all of these sites.

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Tech-for Everyone
What To Do When Your Mouse Plays Dead

Free PC Security
VIPRE Rescue

Rarst.net
Emsisoft (a-squared) Anti-Malware portable

Lifehacker
Dexpot Adds Aero Peek Virtual Desktops
to the Windows 7 Taskbar

Crazy World of G
Insanity

thePC Security
Create Secret, Hidden Virtual Partitions
on Hard Disk With SecretDrive

Right On Technology
Next-Gen iPhone Leaked, Closely Examined

Bill Mullins’ Weblog – Tech Thoughts
How Safe Are Trusted Web Sites? Not Very!

Evilfantasy’s Blog
Microsoft launches new Fix it Center Online (Beta)

TTC Shelbyville
Best Windows 7 Tweaker

404 Tech Support
Streaming Netflix with your Wii

Netbook Freeware
How To Use Sumatra PDF Like a Pro in Your Netbook?

Worthy Tips
Get 17000+ Recipes and Grocery List Right On Your iPad

I Love Free Software
Prey: Free Software to Track and Recover Stolen Laptop

Canadian Tech Blogger
Microsoft Office 2010 Hits RTM Will Be Available By May

Internet Security Blog
iPad Antivirus: VirusBarrier x6 – Anti Virus for Apple Mac Products

Mrintech
Can You Track a Mobile Number & It’s Location?

Technogran’s Tittle Tattle
WordPress.com launches the Theme Team!

TuneUp Blog about Windows
Incredibly Sluggish PC? How to Easily Detect and Combat High Processor Usage

Plato Press
BinarySwitch Eclipse

What’s On My PC
Remote into your Notebook PC “Wirelessly” with UltraVNC…

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Be More Comfortable and Productive While Using Your Computer

April 19, 2010

Computers are wonderful innovations, but did you know that using the computer improperly can actually cause you injury; that use of a keyboard or mouse has been linked to serious injuries or disorders; and, that improper body positioning while using the computer can lead to musculoskeletal disorders (such as carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis, tenosynovitis, and other conditions). Really, the factors that lead to these injuries boils down to improper personal habits that can easily be prevented by changing and developing proper personal habits.

To help get us on the right track, Microsoft has published and provided for FREE a Healthy Computing Guide that explains how these types of injuries can occur while using the computer, and the solutions to prevent these injuries.  The guide is not lengthy at all and is a benefit to us all. If you are managing a network, this is an excellent “proactive” resource to circulate amongst your users. You can get it [HERE] .

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This guide is designed to help you be more comfortable and productive while using your computer. It may also help you reduce your risk of experiencing painful and disabling injuries or disorders described in the following Health Warning.

Update: The author of 404 Tech Support has provided another great resource on this topic called Comfortable Computing Initiative (Interactive Tools to precisely assist us with creating and planning our workspace).  I also encourage you to checkout this article Ergonomics At the Office.

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Protect Your Images with TSR Watermark

April 18, 2010

There are many different methods and tricks available to add a digital watermark to an image; however, I have never found a software application that is solely dedicated to creating digital watermarks, until now. It is called TSR Watermark Image Software and it is FREE for personal use. Typically you will use the same watermark (e.g. for copyright purposes) for your images. With TSR Watermark you simply select the options provided to setup your own personal watermark. As a matter of fact, I found that it is your best to go through all of the options and test your watermark on a sample image. Once you have it set up, TSR Watermark will remember the settings.

The “cool factor” with TSR Watermark is that you can watermark and resize a whole bunch of images in a batch. The author of TSR Watermark (Anders Pedersen, TSR Soft) even went so far as to provide “step-by-step” instructions on how to perform a watermark operation. You can get a good feel for this application by reading those instructions [ HERE ] .

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Add watermarks to images, photos and pictures with the click of a button – many options in one simple user interface – fast and full featured watermarking of photos.

TSR Watermark Image software, is a free program for personal use that can add digital watermarks to all your images, photos and pictures with the transparency you decide. The program can also resize the images before the digital watermark is added.

When creating the watermark, you can use either text or another picture as the source of the watermark. If you want to add the watermark to the background, you can set the logo or the text to be more or less transparent, and define the transparency color on the image or select the first pixel in the upper left corner as transparency color.

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Features

Add text watermark that is either normal, embossed, chiseled or watermarked with a border.

Automatically rotate the watermarked picture based on the orientation EXIF tag – this is written to the image by many modern cameras.

Add the text used to watermark the image to the EXIF information in the resulting file.

Keep or drop EXIF information in jpeg files (Camera model/lense model/etc. etc.)

Output the watermarked photo to JPEG, TIFF, PNG, BMP, GIF file format.

Specify the quality of the watermarking output when saving as jpeg images

Angle the text you use for your photo watermarking

Insert background watermark in digital images, pictures, photos

Resize images while watermarking the image/photo

Watermark your photos using either another image, photo or picture

Watermark your photos using your own text in the color and style you want to.

Maintain directory structure in destination directory or combine all batch watermarked images into one directory

Skip or overwrite existing watermarked images/photos in destination directory

Automatically check for new version of the TSR Watermark Image Software

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SanDisk Cruzer – A Reliable USB Flash Drive

April 17, 2010

If you are in the market for a portable flash drive, I can honestly attest to and recommend the SanDisk Cruzer line of USB Flash Drives. I have owned several of these drives, over the years; and, I literally use the daylights out of them to run portable apps and to perform file backups. I carry one in my pocket all of the time. The “cool factor” with these drives is the retractable usb connector. When connected to the computer, the SanDisk Cruzer will light up and will flash when read/write drive activity is detected.

This particular model is available in 2GB, 4GB, 8GB, 16GB and 32GB* capacities. Where to buy? [ click here ]

Minimum System Requirements

  • Intel® Pentium® PC or Macintosh™computer with USB support
  • Windows® 7, Windows® XP, Windows Vista®
  • Mac OS® X v10.1.2+ and Linux (storage only)
  • USB 2.0 port required for high-speed transfer
  • Requires high-power USB hub port

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FREE Portable CD/DVD Burner Application

April 16, 2010

If you are an avid follower of software, then you have to know about CDBurnerXP.  This software application is the primary application that I use to burn CDs, ISOs DVDs (including Blu-Ray and HD-DVDs). In my opinion it is as good as Nero with development and improvements being made all of the time.  The “cool factor” about this application is that, not only is there a full install version for on your PC; there is also a portable version that you can install on your flash drive.  So, if you are looking for a “quality” CD burner application to carry with you,  that can be used on Windows 2000/XP/2003 Server/Vista/2008/Win7 (x86 / x64), then CDBurnerXP is the one to get.

To get the portable version of CDBurnerXP, click [ HERE ] AND after the page loads, click on “more download options” .  You can also download the “full install” version [ HERE ].

FEATURES
burn all kinds of discs
audio-CDs with or without gaps between tracks
burn and create ISO files
data verification after burning process
create bootable discs
multi-language interface
bin/nrg → ISO converter, simple cover printing and much more!
Operating Systems: Windows 2000/XP/2003 Server/Vista/2008/Win7 (x86 / x64)

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Change the Look of Your Gmail

April 15, 2010

image If you are a user of Gmail, learn how to change the look of the Gmail interface by using a feature built into Gmail, called “Themes”…

Here is how it works in Ramblin’ Rick’s own words:

1.)  Open up Gmail.

2.)  Top right corner of Gmail, click on “Settings”

3.)  Once you are into the “Settings”, click on “Themes”

4.)  Select (click on) the “Theme” of your choice and the Gmail interface will magically change.

You can even select your own colors under the Themes Settings…

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Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#55)

April 14, 2010

How do they do it?  Each week I select links to articles from the sites (blogs) that are composed by the authors who are associated with the What’s On My PC blogroll. The quality and content is amazing and serves as an excellent learning source for those who have the computer and information technology bug. Please, I encourage you to visit these sites.

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TTC Shelbyville
So You Thought You Knew the Internet and Networking

Plato Press
Facebook Photos: the New Porn

404 Tech Support
Making a High Quality Slideshow with Animoto

Netbook Freeware
Two Best Free Antivirus Programs for your Windows Netbook

Worthy Tips
Sync files between two computers or laptop securely with Fast

I Love Free Software
Windows SteadyState – Manage Your Shared Computers Easily

Canadian Tech Blogger
Battle Of The Search Engines

WP Xpert
How To Report a Spam related Blog On WordPress.com

Mrintech
Access upto 5 Email Accounts with a Single Click!

Technogran’s Tittle Tattle
Using the LifeCam Cinema with Windows Live

TuneUp Blog about Windows
Performance Check:
How 200 New Programs Slow Down Your PC (Part 3)

Free PC Security
Malicious Sites April 13

AskBillFirst
Adobe Issues Workaround for Security Issue

Tech-for Everyone
“Free”, “Cash Back”, “Rebate”, and Alarm Bells

Rarst.net
Kaspersky GetSystemInfo utility and site

Lifehacker
Google Docs Updates with a Drawing Editor, Real-Time Collaboration, and Speed

411-Spyware.com
How to Remove Digital Protection

Bill Mullins’ Weblog – Tech Thoughts
Download Digital Defender – Pound Malware Before it Pounds You!

Right On Technology
Twitter acquires Tweetie, now official Twitter app

What’s On My PC
Trusting the IT Guy…

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FREE Windows 7 Themes

April 13, 2010

Incorporated into Windows 7 is a very nice personalization feature that allows you to customize and apply themes. With themes you can easily change the visual and sound schemes on your PC.  In a nutshell, a theme includes a desktop background, a window color, sounds, and a screen saver.

Themes are a combination of pictures, colors, and sounds on your computer. It includes a desktop background, a screen saver, a window border color, and a sound scheme. Some themes might also include desktop icons and mouse pointers.

The neat thing about Windows 7 you can download new themes and then individually change a theme’s pictures, color, and sounds to meet your own personal tastes. To personalize your Windows 7,  right mouse click on your Windows 7 desktop and select personalize. You will then be presented with a window where you can manage; and “Change the visuals and sounds on your computer”.

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Where is a good source for Windows 7 themes?

One of the best sources I have come across is directly from Microsoft’s own Personalization Gallery [ HERE ] where there are numerous theme packs available.
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To use one the themes from the Personalization Gallery, simply select a theme, click download, and then open. The theme will then be applied to your desktop and added to the Personalization controls in the Control Panel.  Again, to get to those controls, follow the steps above.

Also, while you are at Microsoft’s Personalization Gallery, note that there are also tab options available to download desktop backgrounds (or wallpapers), desktop gadgets and sideshow gadgets.  All for FREE…

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