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WindowBlinds

Some people express themselves through their clothes, others through their desktop. WindowBlinds offers themes for XP and Vista, with customizations galore.

May. 8, 2008

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WindowBlinds 3.1A

For those who just want to change the look of their Windows desktop, WindowBlinds 3.1A is the easiest and least expensive way to do it. If you want to create whole new themes, however, you'll need Microangelo 5.5.

Feb. 7, 2002

3.5 stars Editors' rating Feb. 7, 2002

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CNET Live - Episode 18 - Show Notes

David Sifry from Technorati joins this week's CNET Live.

By Aug. 9, 2007

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Mock OS X: Five ways to make your PC more like a Mac

Hey there, Mac fanboys. Stuck at work, hating your shabby old PC? Stick it to the man with our five favourite ways to make your PC more like a Mac!

By Nov. 26, 2007

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CNET Live - Episode 10 - Show Notes

Kent German and Donald Bell join the show to help cut through the iPhone hype.

By Jun. 14, 2007

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DIY: Turn your Windows PC into a Mac

Ever found yourself lusting over the inspirational look of the Mac operating system? Here are some applications you can download for free to give your PC an Apple-inspired makeover.

By Dec. 7, 2005

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What is this Vista I see before me?

What is it about Vista that bores a geek who went bonkers for Windows 95 and 2000?

By Feb. 1, 2007

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Fine-tune your Vista PC's performance

Iolo Technologies' System Mechanic and Stardock's TweakVista make it easy to get a snapshot of your Vista setup and customize your PC's configuration.

By May. 26, 2009

Review

Microsoft Plus for Windows XP

Why pay for a collection of second-rate audio add-ons and desktop decorations when you can find better junk for free on the Web? Skip Plus, unless you're looking for a silly holiday gift for a tech newbie.

Oct. 24, 2001

2 stars Editors' rating Oct. 24, 2001
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Windows Vista: One year on

Craig Simms wades through the mess that is still Windows Vista.

By Jan. 29, 2008