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If you are a person who can take complicated software with ease, then Total Commander Ultima Prime is a tool for you. Total Commander Ultima Prime or TC UP is a file manager with features similar to that of a Boeing 747 cockpit. But do not let the complication deter you from using it. It can also be simple enough like a remote controlled toy aircraft controls, which just needs some training. TC UP is a enhanced version of the popular Windows commander Total Commander. Total Commander itself is a powerful tool with like Two file windows side by side Multiple language and Unicode support Enhanced search function Compare files (now with editor) / synchronize directories Quick View panel with bitmap display ZIP, ARJ, LZH, RAR, UC2, TAR, GZ, …

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Windows Hibernate is one of the truly useful feature that helps us get back to work after powering on a computer, as fast as possible. But one of the downside of hibernate is that it can take up some huge amount of space on your hard disk. By default this is 75% of the RAM that you have installed in your computer. So if you have 3Gb of RAM then you could be having a hiberfil.sys file that is around 2.2 Gb. The computer uses the hiberfil.sys file to store a copy of the system memory on the hard disk when the hybrid sleep setting is turned on.

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Hiren’s BootCD, one of the most useful tools used by many computer technicians and system administrators has released its latest version, 15.2. This is a much awaited release of HBCD as the last release was almost a year back in 10 December 2011. A number of new features have been added and many updated. You can view the complete list here . Please make sure that you download Hiren’s BootCD from links that point to www.hirensbootcd.org domain only. I have seen many sites offering license keys for it. HBCD is a free software and does not require a license key.

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I know it might come as a surprise to many of you, but Internet Explorer 10 is AWESOME. It is the fastest and the most standards compliant version of the most hated browser in the world. I always think if Microsoft had done this about 3 years ago it would have been the most popular browser in the world. Now getting to the point, if you are a web developer or designer  like me and are using Windows 8 and find that your latest work is being rendered properly in your version of Internet Explorer but not on your client’s ridiculously old IE7, and are sitting helpless, thinking of rolling back to Windows XP just for this reason, then worry not, this tutorial is for …

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These are the time in the PC era that many people are taking the radical and controversial switch to the much debated Windows 8. As with any OS update or installation there are many things that could go wrong and leave you stranded, customizing the new OS while you actual work gets piled up. Wouldn’t you love to have your essential work done in your previous OS environment while you continue to customize the new OS?  For Microsoft Windows disk2vhd is an application that will create a virtual machine clone of your existing OS. One of the best things about Disk2vhd is that you can run the VM created by Disk2vhd on a system that you have cloned it from. Creating a VM of your …

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Wouldn’t it be nice if you could get the new and better Windows 8 Pro for $14.99 even though you have bought your PC before 2 June 2012. Well it is possible! I just got my windows 8 serial number. By the way I got it for $12.96 which was specific to my country.   To get the offer you will need to follow these steps. Get a computer which had windows 7 and an internet connection. (NOTE: I am not sure if the windows 7 in the computer I used was bought/activate after 2 June 2012 or an OEM version) Open Internet explorer. This is an important step because for program participation validation purposes, the site collects some information about a user’s machine at …

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