If you have 1 hour you can be up and running your very own Dual Boot Windows 7 System. It’s never been easier. Today you can partition your existing drive, install Windows 7, and be up and surfing the net in less than an hour. Heck, I bet you can do it in a half hour. You gotta love it.
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Howdy and Happy Independence Day to everyone in the US. The past week has seen more questions on drives and boot problems so I decided to take a good look at Windows Disk Management. Disk Management has always been a good utility, but starting with Vista and continuing into Windows 7, it has become a powerful and simple way to format and partition drives. You can manage the drive your booting from, or you can format and partition new drives for later installations and use.
Let’s take a look at this weeks question and see where it takes us.
The 2008 version of WinPatrol is now available. BillP studios have added a great new feature, ActiveX Component Management.
WinPatrol will now monitor your system and let you know when new ActiveX components try to make their home on your system. If it’s not something you wanted WinPatrol will kill the new component before it can do any damage.
Make sure to upgrade to WinPatrol Plus 2008 to get all the benefits.
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