January 2007 Newsletter

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Sony – Busted
Despite settling numerous lawsuits, Sony’s root kit and MediaMax are still being installed on people’s PCs. Rob analyzes the numbers and provides some advice to the electronic giant.
 

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PC Pitstop 500


The checkered flag has been waved, and the winner of the fastest PC is Gryph. He was awarded an eVGA 8800GTS video card. Congratulations, and stay tuned for more exciting contests and prizes at PC Pitstop.
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Vista Sidebars and Gadgets

With the upcoming Vista launch imminent, Badbinary looks at a cool new feature that will help your productivity.
 

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Forwarding Emails

We all forward emails and Minnie from Austin, Texas shows us the best etiquette in doing so. Thanks Minnie!
 
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$100 goes to the best tips each month.
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Storage and Back Up Survey


Are people backing-up their precious data? Are we defragging regularly? Find out in our latest survey.
 

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Zune Attach Rates

Are people starting to buy Zune players instead of iPods? Just launched in November 2006, we take the industries first look at Microsoft’s iPod killer.
 
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PC Performance Scan

Find out if your PC is running at maximum performance with our free scan.
 

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Spyware Scan

Spyware installs without your knowledge, and reduces system performance and reliability.
 

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Personal Data Profiler
Our profiler helps you learn a lot about the user of a PC. Or learn what others may discover about you!
 

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Driver Scan
Drivers are constantly being updated to improve the functionality and stability of your PC.
 

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Full Tests
Put your PC through our free full tests for the most thorough and complete analysis of the performance, reliability and security of your PC.
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H&R Block Tax Cut

Tax advice, e-filing, and prices starting at $9.95, all from the industry’s best.
 

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Digital Media Report

This report tracks global installation rates across a wide number of music services.
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