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Monthly Archive for February, 2008

It’s about time I post some fun stuff on dixlinx. Tonight I bring you the world famous Cities of Earth screen-saver. I’m a bit of a geography buff and this screen-saver not only looks visually stunning but as the earth rotates on your desktop you get a real-time scroll of the time and population of all […]

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I just found out about BurnAware today, and so far I like what I see. There are a ton of free CD/DVD burning software out there but this is one of the first free ones to offer Blu-Ray support. Since HD-DVD is now officially dead, expect to see more Blu-Ray compatible software hitting the Web. One feature […]

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Avast! is probably the best free Anti-Virus software package currently available, as it is one of the only ones to come with an email scanner, messaging shield and P2P shield. I actually prefer Avast! to many of the commercial packages out there due to it’s small footprint and the fact that it doesn’t try to […]

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Memtest86 is an excellent little program for testing your system memory. I’m feeling a bit  lazy tonight so here’s an excerpt from their website: Memtest86 is a thorough, stand alone memory test for x86 architecture computers. BIOS based memory tests are a quick, cursory check and often miss many of the failures that are detected by […]

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Find And Run Robot is an excellent freeware application which is used to quickly locate and launch programs located anywhere on your Windows computer. It is fully customizable and very intuitive to use. For those who are always looking for ways to work more efficiently on the computer, this freeware program is second to none. […]

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