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Allright, maby its like winzip? lmao, i dont know if its stealing, but it my trial version still works, and for how much I use it, (all the time) i'am keeping it...

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Allright, maby its like winzip? lmao, i dont know if its stealing, but it my trial version still works, and for how much I use it, (all the time) i'am keeping it...

Winzip used to have a counter on it where it would tell you how many days you have been using the "trial", I think I got it up to like 700 something days once.

Yet another reason poeple should upgrade to WindowsXP....zip is built-in, always used to forget to install Winzip in Win2K.

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Why do you have both AIM 5.9 and AIM 6.0 on your desktop?

**HINT**

If you put the screen resolution to its max, the screen will look and feel bigger! After about 2 days, you'll get used to it. Then when you go on someone else's computer, it will look all bulgy.

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Well, I like my resolution O.o lol

5.9 and 6.0 are there cause I alternate between the 2. :P

Cause like, 6.0 is awesome but I don't like their picture sending thing compared to direct links in 5.9... so when I know I'm gonna be sending a lot of pictures I go on 5.9. :D

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Then something's messing with your Clipboard or a program is intercepting the Print Screen button.

1. Go to the Start menu and click "Run"

2. Type in the following and then press enter: clipbrd

This will run the ClipBook Viewer so that you can look at your clipboard.

Now, press Prnt Scrn (or Print Screen, or Prt Scr). Does you screen appear in the ClipBook Viewer?

If it doesn't, then something's catching your Print Screen button.

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newwallpaper_tmb.PNG

Really.

In case you don't know, you can make a web page your wallpaper. But it wasn't just copy and paste to get Google on there. Here's what I did*:

1. Save the image google logo to a place like "C:/Docs & Settings/Owner/App Data/Microsoft" (that's where I saved it)

2. Copy the source code of google.com

3. Enter as many

tags as needed.

4. Change a couple of codes to stop the computer from searching the C: drive and use logo.gif in the location chosen in step 1

5. Take it for a test drive- enter some text and press enter (or click on one of the links)

*PM me for the actual html code

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