Top 10 PC Pitstop Tips & Articles of 2008


  • The Most Popular User Submitted Computer Tips
    (as determined by newsletter CTR)
  • The Most Commented on Tech Talk Articles

  • Rank Computer Tips Most Comments
    #1 7000 Free Downloads Microsoft: We’re Sorry, but…
    #2 Disable Adobeupdater Windows XP SP3 Issues and Fixes Continued
    #3 XP Tweaks Windows XP SP3 has problems
    #4 Noisy Fans Vista Does Not Suck
    #5 Spot Fake Emails Firefox 3, A Must or a Bust?
    #6 Fix IE Cache Death to the Desktop
    #7 Before You Connect to the Internet Presidential Election Poll
    #8 Multiple Browsers Windows 98 Turns 70 In Dog Years
    #9 Improve YouTube Quality IE 8 Rains on Firefox Parade, Chrome Spikes the Punch
    #10 Everything About Your Hard Drive Windows XP SP3 Cheat Sheet

    Look for much more in 2009.

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    7 thoughts on “Top 10 PC Pitstop Tips & Articles of 2008”

    1. “Windows Marketplace has transitioned from an ecommerce site to a reference site. You will find links to sites such as Microsoft Store, Windows Vista® Compatibility Center, and other destinations with cool and compatible software, hardware and devices that support Microsoft® platforms.”

      Given this change, the free downloads are no longer accessible.
      There are still some free downloads available through the Digital Locker.

    2. It looks like prior comments did not buy, but I did and in a year was not able to get past the buy now screen. Wasted money and a lot of time thinking that maybe I might get the action that I paid for.

    3. > 7000 Free Downloads All progams i see cost money????

      What that statement (“free download”) means is that it doesn’t cost you any money to download and try the program. However, using the program beyond the trial period *does* costs money. It’s called “shareware”.

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