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Fri
26
Aug
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Systweak BoostXP2 Review

Synopsis: Is your system running a little sluggish? Want to squeeze a little more juice out of it -- all the while customize and clean it at the same time? In that case, try BoostXP2! BoostXP2 is a comprehensive and easy-to-use Windows utility suite ... that lets you fine-tune Windows and Internet Explorer and makes your computer run faster. Whether you want to tweak your Windows Registry, clean up your hard drive, erase tracks, or increase your multimedia and game performance, BoostXP2's integrated suite of programs can get your system running at peak performance levels. BoostXP2 gives you ... (view more)

Thu
25
Aug
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Avantrix Backup Plus DVD [and CD] Edition Review

Synopsis: What would you do if your computer crashed and you suddenly lost all of your personal music files, movie files, picture files, email data, or documents? Don't take that chance -- ensure that your most critical files are backed up with ... Avantrix Backup Plus: DVD (and CD) Edition, today! With Avantrix Backup Plus, you can backup to CD and DVD media without the need for pre formatting or packet writing software. Avantrix Backup Plus supports CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD-RAM and Dual Layer DVD media. Avantrix Backup Plus DVD [and CD] Edition: Screenshots Click to view: ... (view more)

Thu
25
Aug
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Audio CD won't display Track Title?

Infopackets Reader Jim B. writes: " Dear Dennis, I have Windows XP and Nero Express CD burning program. I have burned many audio CDs using .WAV, and .MP3 source sound files. The one thing that can't understand, however, is why the track titles never ... get burned onto my audio CD. They always show up as 'Track 1' and 'Track 2', instead of the actual song title. Can you recommend a good burning program that will burn titles also? " My response: Just to recap: the type of CD you are referring to is a standard audio CD -- the kind that you can play in virtually any CD player. In ... (view more)

Thu
18
Aug
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Rip Internet Radio (Audio Streaming)?

Infopackets Reader 'theMick37' writes: " Dear Dennis, There is so much great info on your web site! Thanks for that. I was wondering if there is any programs (freeware preferred) that can record Internet radio [audio]? I have WinAmp and there are ... some great radio stations. I'd like to record the audio to my hard drive so I can listen to that same music later or in WinAmp later on. Thanks for any information you can provide. " My response: According to zdNet.com, "recording Internet radio still remains in legal limbo, and there's some precedent for it being legal, since you can ... (view more)

Tue
16
Aug
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Antechinus Audio Editor Review

Synopsis: Looking for a light-weight, feature-packed, and easy-to-understand audio editor? Look no further -- Antechnius Audio Editor is the perfect solution for all your sound recording, editing, and audio processing! With Antechnius' simple to use ... point-and-click editing technology, you can: cut, combine, copy, paste, record, mix, insert, plus do amazing things to your sound bites with 29 amazing sound effects! And best of all: you don't have to be a rocket scientist to use this audio editor because everything is explained in simple to understand English! Antechinus Audio Editor: ... (view more)

Thu
11
Aug
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Privacy Guardian Review

Synopsis: Are you a paranoid PC user? Got stuff on your computer that you don't want others to see -- like web sites you've recently visited, media files you've recently opened, or documents recently edited? In that case, you need Privacy Guardian! ... Believe it or not, it's pretty easy for *anyone* to find out what you've been up to (for example: Click Start -& Documents to see recently opened documents, or CTRL + H to see recently visited web sites)! With Privacy Guardian, you'll never have to worry about 'prying eyes' looking over your sensitive data again! Installs in minutes and super- ... (view more)

Thu
04
Aug
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Rip MP3 CD?

Infopackets Reader William G. writes: " Dear Dennis, I've been enjoying your recent discussions on Audio CDs and MP3s in the newsletter. Quick question: is there any way I can 'rip' an MP3 CD? I have many different programs but I am unable to find a ... way to recover or 'rip' MP3s back into my computer. Can you suggest anything that I can do? " My response: Just for clarification, the term 'rip' -- although loosely coined -- means to extract data from a CD or DVD that would otherwise be uncopyable without using a specialized ripping software. For example: you cannot insert an audio CD ... (view more)

Tue
02
Aug
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Meta Commander File Manager Pro Review

Synopsis: Have you ever wondered why the 'Open' and 'Save As' windows *always* seem to open in the wrong folder whenever you're working on something (such as a document)? The next thing you have to do is figure out where you last opened your file, ... so that you can attain it once more. And what a pain in the butt that is! If you hate having to navigate through all those folders again and again, then you'll absolutely love 'Meta Commander File Manager Pro'! With its straightforward single-click technology, Meta Commander File Manager Pro allows you to access any file or folder on your computer, ... (view more)

Fri
29
Jul
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Avantrix Audio CD Maker Review

Synopsis: Need an easy way to create music compilations using your favorite MP3s and existing Audio CDs? Introducting Avantrix Audio CD Maker -- an intuitive and simple-to-use application that allows you to create standard Audio CDs from existing ... MP3 files, as well as MP3 style CDs that are playable in MP3 players and most DVD players. The new version 6.0 of Avantrix Audio CD Maker also includes built-in track printing and CD audio ripping features so you can create your favorite CD compilations in no time flat! Avantrix Audio CD Maker: Screenshots Click to view: Page 1 | Page 2 | Page 3. ... (view more)

Thu
28
Jul
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Split large files for backup onto CD?

Infopackets Reader Lai C. writes: " Dear Dennis, I have recently organized all of my critical files into 1 single folder. The rationale for organizing in this manner is so that it is easy for me to locate my files for the purpose of backing them up ... onto CD recordable. My Critical File Folder contains over 5 gigabytes (GB) worth of data -- with some files being quite large in size. Ideally, I would like to store all the files 'perfectly' onto 8 CDs in order to save time and media [hint: 8 CDs x 700 megabytes each = 5.6 gigabytes, which is enough to store the backup folder]. The way things ... (view more)

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