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“So I just got Windows 7. Now what?”
Being a tech-savvy user of Windows for quite some time, I have seen my share of useful applications that has made my overall computing experience easier and more productive. Granted there are an extensive assortment of useless applications hiding in every corner of the web, I shall spare you the time of trial-and-error and wasting your time installing and uninstalling garbage applications. So if you’re someone who just got Windows 7 (most of these applications are still applicable to Vista and XP users so keep reading) or have a near-empty installation of Windows wondering how this new operating system can make your life better, then look no further. You my friend have just found a guide that will turn Windows into a whole new experience.
All-In-One Video/Audio Code Package
Honestly, how many of you have seen this annoying error message below? The creators of CCCP have packaged all of the essential codecs that you need to play all of those video clips you have in your collection. Yup, thats including the video collection you have hidden within folders of folders so that your girlfriend won’t find them. After this bad-boy is installed, you won’t be seeing messages like the one to the left any more.
If thats not exciting enough, theres more… It also comes with an excellent Windows Media Player replacement called Media Player Classic Home Cinema which uses minimal system resources and packs in a bunch of features that WMP does not have.
One handy feature that some may find useful is the ability to decrease rate, essential for those action-packed moments in the movie that you want to see in slow-motion.
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“I want to play high quality digital music on my home theater system using my netbook.”
Do you own a laptop/netbook that you use next to your home theater system? Almost all netbooks and very few laptops have digital out. Lets face it, analog out simply doesn’t cut it. At loud volumes the novice user can tell the difference between analog and digital because there’s no additional noise created from the PC to receiver connection. If you’re a gamer you’ve probably already found a way around this by putting music on a USB drive and playing it through your PS3 or Xbox. Unfortunately this simply doesn’t match the libraries of music and audio player software thats loaded on your computer. Most people just settle with analog and use their headphone out to connect their computer to the receiver. This is definitely the quickest fix but you deserve better. read more
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