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Gavin "Osiris" Ballard has just finished Part 2 of his popular Windows XP Tweaking Guide. Quite a few tweaks have been discovered since the first article some weeks back, so join Gavin as he shows you even more tips and tricks for Windows XP!
Gavin "Osiris" Ballard has just posted his very first guide on TweakTown! So come and check out his Windows XP Tweaking Guide. There are some nice little secrets revealed here, but only if you like your new OS to move faster than before.
With all the talk about the new "Product Activation" of the upcoming Windows XP, it was time to lay some of the most common rumors to rest. So take a friendly stroll with Sevan "Starchild" Ismailian as he visits these issues in TweakTown's most recent piece entitled Windows XP Activation. let's find out what is REALLY happening on the inside of the next generation OS.
So you finally took the plunge and got away from Big Brother (aka Microsoft). You jumped aboard the Linux bandwagon and are ready to start surfing the net in your new toy. But what browser works best with this Operating System? To help you answer this question, just head on over to RatedPC and check out their Linux Internet Browser Comparison. here's a snip:
"One of the biggest weaknesses of Linux has been its Internet browser selection; Netscape 3.x or 4.x were the only choice users had. Although Netscape 4.x still exists today, there is also a wide selection of other browsers to choose from. In this article, we will briefly compare and review 6 of most popular Linux browsers. Without doubt everyone will find that one of the browsers featured here will be right up their alley."
Amazon.com are now taking pre-orders for Windows XP. The pricing is as follows: Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition - Upgrade $99.99 Win98/NT/2000/Me, Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition - Full $199.99, Microsoft Windows XP Professional - Upgrade $199.99 Win98/NT/2000/Me and Microsoft Windows XP Professional - Full $299.99.
Source - Tweak3D