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If you already have a license for Windows 7 Professional and you lost your CD or you find it more convenient to install from a USB device, then download the ISO file and get started
CCleaner is a great tool to fix your registry – it works quite well on 64-bit systems and you rarely run into registry repair problems when using this tool
3DMark is the best benchmark tool out there. If you’re into overclocking or simply like fancy CGI and 3D animations, you need to download the new 3D Mark 2013 for Windows 32-bit and 64-bit
Wondering how well Windows 8 supports Java and how well it runs on the x64 (64-bit) edition?
If you want to enjoy games like Minecraft you need Java. In some cases on Windows 8 x64 you have to download Java 64-bit. Here’s where you can get it and what version you need.
If you want to record MP3′s on Windows 7 you’ll have to install the free Lame MP3 encoder. This can be complicated on Windows 7 x64. Here are few instructions how to install Lame on x64 anyway.
Mozilla is going crazy these days and patch security vulnerabilities en masse! The latest update 3.6.3 even removes support for Java 64-bit! Is downgrading to Firefox 3.5.9 a solution?
Recently, Firefox 3.6 Beta 5 has been released. Great work Mozilla, but what I’m really looking forward to is to use my 64-bit firefox in Windows 7. There is a Firefox x64 for Windows 7? Yep, there is one!
If you are downloading stuff from rapidshare from time to time, you might be aware of a tool called JDownloader. JDownloader simplies downloading files with many parts. The concept is pretty straight-forward, you copy the URL’s into JDownloader and it will automatically download your files.
Microsoft announced that they will cooperate with Tasktop Technologies (the developers of Eclipse) to update existing Eclipse desktop and interface projects. They are also working on Windows Azure tools for Eclipse. Are you trying to run Eclipse on Windows 7 x64? By now, you probably noticed that it’s not working properly. Here are some instructions what you can do about it.
Do you own any linksys devices? It’s hard to find some *working* drivers for linksys, but I did! In general it is a good idea to use the Windows Vista driver for your devices, because those should work. If they are not, then you will have to look for alternatives. This post is going to help you to find those alternatives and install them properly.