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Nelson340

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  1. Start Is Back - 2.1 release

    Looks like it worked.
  2. Start Is Back - 2.1 release

    It says all I can do is remove its entry from the Programs and Features list. I found a StartIsBack .dll file in my AppData, is it possible that if I delete that somehow I can remove StartIsBack?
  3. Start Is Back - 2.1 release

    I have a 64-bit version of Windows 8 Pro, and am currently trying out multiple start menu restorers before buying one. However, I can't uninstall StartIsBack, no matter what I try. What's a workaround?
  4. Sevenize.com

    How will IE9 be handled?
  5. 2011-02-10 - Sevenize will require SP1

    WLE comes out every year or two, I'm wary of making any changes to it for fear of them becoming obsolete. What issues are you thinking of specifically? Two things I've noticed are in Windows Live Mail: 1. The pixel art setup icon when it starts 2. It uses an animation from Windows 98 when downloading email.
  6. 2011-02-10 - Sevenize will require SP1

    Also, will Windows Live Essentials be fixed? I noticed a couple 98/2000-esque pixel art icons occasionally.
  7. Ok, lets migrate to Windows 7

    Some time within the next two weeks. ...And now it's been two weeks. Will it come out today?
  8. Sevenize.com

    Alright, I found two errors: 1. The Desktop and Taskbar/Start Menu control panel icons depict the Vista taskbar. 2. The Properties window for a hard drive has a pixel art traffic light icon in it, seen here:
  9. Sevenize.com

    You think there would be a way to force installation programs to use the higher quality icon used by Programs and Features instead of that low-quality pixel art icon from Windows 2000?
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