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  1. What Level Defragger are you?

    So, how is it better?
  2. What Level Defragger are you?

    Is JkDefrag a better defragmenter than Window's built-in one?
  3. Best Paid-For Software

    Is Diskeeper worth it?
  4. Best Paid-For Software

    Someone made this topic some itme ago, but its gone now. So, I thought I'd re-make this thread. For me, its TuneUp Utilities 2008 and MS Office 2007.
  5. TuneUp Utilities 2008

    I recently got this. This and MS Office 2007 are the only shareware I have but they are both worth it.
  6. DVD Ripper

    Same with me. I use DVD Shrink primarily, and if that doesn't work, DVD Shrink. So far, no problems.
  7. Firefox Extensions

    Generated: Mon Dec 31 2007 15:12:38 GMT+0000 (GMT Standard Time) User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv: Gecko/20071127 Firefox/ Build ID: 2007112718 Enabled Extensions: [9] - Adblock Filterset.G Updater - Adblock Plus - CuteMenus - Crystal SVG 1.9.1 - DictionarySearch 2.0.2 - Download Manager Tweak 0.7.2 - IE Tab - Java Console 6.0.01 - MR Tech Local Install - Tab Mix Plus 0.3.6 Installed Themes: [2] - Firefox (default) - Winestripe 1.2.2 Installed Plugins: (15) - 2007 Microsoft Office system - BitTorrent - DivX Web Player - IE Tab Plug-in - Java Platform SE 6 U1 - Microsoft? DRM - Microsoft? Windows Media Player Firefox Plugin - Mozilla Default Plug-in - QuickTime Plug-in 7.3.1 - RealPlayer Version Plugin - RealPlayer G2 LiveConnect-Enabled Plug-In (32-bit) - Shockwave Flash - Shockwave for Director - Windows Genuine Advantage - Windows Media Player Plug-in Dynamic Link Library
  8. Looking For Free (as in Free to own and Open-Source) Software

    A few. I had to make my laptop boot from the cd drive in order to access it, which has now made my cd drive a ct a bit odd on occasions, which isn't great. The try-out version (as in before you install), couldn't display the internet. I was willign to wokr around all of this, but when it came to installing, I couldn't find an option to install on to my read-made partition for it, and when I went to manual, it kep giving me an error message for when I tried to select a drive or something. Overall, I didn't have a lot of trust in it, unfortunately. Still, if I was to buy a new laptop, I would go for it pre-installed, or insdtall it myself if I wasn't worried about possibly overwriting Windows.
  9. Looking For Free (as in Free to own and Open-Source) Software

    I know that, I meant just using WLM. I'd rather use an open-source alternative if its as good as the propierty software, but in this case, with Unlocker, I can't. For me, it is a big difference. However, you are right, Ubuntu in itself isn't truly FLOSS. Only Gobuntu is, which really isn't functional. I tried Ubuntu, hit upon some snags, so back Vista. I'm just gonna use Vista, but try and use as much open-source software as I can. However, of course, if there is better freeware (I don't want to use pay for software apart from Windows itself), I will generally use it.
  10. Best Paid For Software

    Maybe. As I said, I'll try it. If I can get it work though, and I feel I can survive with just it, then I will probably uninstall Windows. Probably.
  11. Best Paid For Software

    To each there own. Still gonna wait and see.
  12. Best Paid For Software

    I've tried it around other peoples, but not on my laptop, no. I will wait and see what happens. If it works, it will further my beliefs. if it doesn't, then yes, I will change. But from what most people say, it sounds great.
  13. Best Paid For Software

    Good point, though personally I think Ubuntu is better made, and am going to be using it as soon as my CD arrives. I have already made a partition for it, just gotta wait and see. Then I think it'll bea case of trying to sue Ubuntu as much as possible, and using Windows only when needed. Also, even though its pay for, I would never buy it, this came free with the laptop, if it didn't, I would only use Linux.
  14. Best Paid For Software

    I have personally found freeware, or FLOSS software for nearly all my old paid for stuff. The only thing that I still have on here is MS Office 2007 Enterprise. I know OpenOffice exists, and I like it, but it really doesn't match it for me, though eventually, it will.