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Ffin

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  1. nuhi is back, post your suggestions here

    The new product sounds very interesting and I have no objection to paying for a good product.
  2. nuhi is back, post your suggestions here

    Why not?Sent from my perfectly normal PC i386 using Opera 12.15 build 1748 (and bragging a bit about it ). jaclaz There's no need to be. Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk
  3. nuhi is back, post your suggestions here

    Don't be! Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk
  4. Maxed out start menu "All Programs" entries

    How about creating a folder for each type of program/app under all programs, such as Games, Multimedia, Network and place each app in the relevant folder?
  5. Install Disks question.

    Look on Technet for the relevant iso name, and then paste it into Google. That worked for me last time I needed XP and Vista.
  6. Installing Vista x64 Ultimate on FAT32

    Converting the partition after installation might be possible, but I've never tried, and I don't know if the Vista/7/8 bootloader is compatible with FAT32. Also, I assume you mean Powerquest PartitionMagic? If so, I remember that it didn't like partitions created by Vista, try something like Minitool Partition Wizard instead. Edited to add: According to this thread, running Vista from a FAT32 partition is possible but far from simple.
  7. Native 64-Bit software List

    There is a x64 build of VLC, which has it's own decoders, it might be worth trying that. Some other native, or partly native applications that I am aware of are ACDSee, Directory Opus, WinRAR, Defraggler, QSoft RAMDisk, VirtualBox and MiniTool Partition Wizard.
  8. nuhi is back, post your suggestions here

    Oh wow, Christmas came early this year
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