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Enabling God mode in Windows Vista, 7 or 8

How to get God Mode in Windows   Right click on your desktop, select new and then Folder Name the folder as GodMode.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C} As soon as you press on enter the folder icon will become identical to the control panel icon. Double click and open it Wha-la!  – That’s it, now you have access to

 
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CSS3 Maker to the rescue

CSS3 Maker CSS3 provides a lot of great features ranging from gradient support to rounded corners. Although many of the features are fairly straightforward there are some that are pretty involved such as gradients, animations, and really any styles that require custom vendor extensions to use across browsers. Sure, you can type everything by hand,

 
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Photoshop text effect tutorials from 39articles

source: http://www.39articles.net

 
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PDAdb.net | The World’s Largest Smartphone, Tablet, & Mobile Device Database

About PDAdb.net PDAdb.net is the world’s largest smartphone, PDA, tablet and mobile device database on the web. Get Firmware upgrades, hotfixes, user manuals and any other documentation for your mobile device.   • Repository User manuals | ROM Update | Service Manual | Technical datasheets   • PDAcomparer compare specs side-by-side. (up to 40) an advanced tool which allows you to quickly compare several specs, with minimal number

 
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Google Chrome 2nd place award for most used Web browser in the world!

According to data crunched by Statcounter, Chrome is on the up and up. In the three short years since Google’s Chrome Web browser exploded on the scene, it’s jumped from virtual unknown browser to second. It’s now dethroned Mozilla’s Firefox for second most popular Web browser used. Once again I hate to say it,  but  ‘I told you

 
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It’s Magic, iPod Magic that is ~

Managing all the video and audio library that you have compiled over time can be tricky when it comes to moving it to your iPod or iPhone.   iTunes just won’t cut it, even as a media player it’s over-bloated, with constant updates and iTunes store marketing. and it’s pretty much worthless for managing your music collection, as it will