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cyrus5   Posted 20th Jun 2006 1:54pm
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I use firefox, I have opera on here, which is very good, but all my favorites, bookmarks and feeds are in the former, and I havent been bothered enough to move them accross.

It would be interesting to see where IE7 will sit when it is released.

Although IE6 is not very good, you can guard css code so you can apply fixes to make sites work, I keep having a bad feeling that, yes, IE7 will be able to do css properly, but will also pick up the little css fixes that only need to be used on ie6. :S thus breaking pages once more in IE....
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Ghostkid   Posted 22nd Jun 2006 2:22pm
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Quoting sobe
Firstly, my theme is called Sentinel Beta 1. There is another Sentinel one, but IMO this one looks better.

I got it from http://www.deviantart.com

Sobe, i downloaded the skin and i putted al the maps and files in the directory windows/resources/themes

and if i want to change it.. i get this as result:



how do i install them ?
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cyrus5   Posted 22nd Jun 2006 3:31pm
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Windows by default has some kind of protection with the themes. what you need to do is replace the uxtheme.dll file in windows\system32 with one that allows unprotected themes. You should find plenty of things in google, I believe there was a patch program that would do it automatically for you.

http://www.neowin.net/forum/index.php?showtopic=140707

this should help you along your way. if you need to find out what version of windows, right click my computer and click properties, it will tell you there.

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Mostertman    Posted 22nd Jun 2006 3:55pm
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Quoting DVL_IAC
Open start menu, go to run then type msconfig, then go to the startup tab and uncheck everything you don't want booting at startup. (warning, if you don't know what something is it's probably better just to leave it checked. you don't want to turn off something that your computer needs to boot at startup. ) then click apply then ok and next time you start up you'll get a message saying your in selective startup mode, just check the box that says don't show this message again or something like that and you should be good to go.


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Assman15    Posted 22nd Jun 2006 5:45pm
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Quoting Mostertman
Is there any easy way to figure out what program does what ?


Yes. Simply remember what you install. By default only Windows-based applications and processes run at startup. When you install new software look for new entries in MSConfig.
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