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Apr 7, 2008
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Download Windows Vista PRODUCT (RED) Sidebar Gadgets

Windows Vista Ultimate PRODUCT (RED) edition system comes with two practically useless Windows Sidebar Gadgets, namely, Clock and RED URL. Both of the gadgets is probably more aiming towards branding and allows users proudly proclaim that they have contributed and joined the (RED) campaign cause, which hopes to eliminate AIDS in Africa.
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Apr 6, 2008
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Windows Vista (PRODUCT) RED Leaves DreamScene Video Free Download

Leaves DreamScene video content is a red-themed PRODUCT (RED) goodies that includes in Windows Vista Ultimate (PRODUCT) RED system, where Dell and Microsoft donates $50 – $80 to The Global Fund to fight for cause of AIDS in Africa for each product sold. Since it’s (RED), the DreamScene video must also be in red flavor to complement other exclusive customizations that also (RED).
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Apr 6, 2008
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Download Windows Vista Ultimate (PRODUCT) RED Custom Wallpapers, Gadgets, Screensaver and DreamScene Set

Microsoft and Dell have teamed up to manufacture and sell (PRODUCT) RED PC with Windows Vista Ultimate signature product running at the power of (RED), where every single PRODUCT (RED) product sold will have part of the proceed donates to The Global Fund to fight and eliminate AIDS in Africa. Best thing is Windows Vista Ultimate (PRODUCT) RED that comes with several (RED)-themed customizations, including six new desktop wallpapers, a new screen saver, two new Windows Sidebar gadgets, and a new Windows DreamScene.
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Apr 6, 2008
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64-bit (x64) MUI Language Packs for Windows Vista SP1 Unofficial Download Links

The Multilingual User Interface (MUI) language packs for Windows Vista SP1 hasn’t been released officially via Windows Update for public download yet, as the language packs for RTM version cannot be installed anymore. But Microsoft has made available the MUI language packs to MSDN and TechNet subscribers in DVD disc image in ISO format.
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Apr 5, 2008
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Compiled List of Windows Server 2008 and Vista SP1 MSDN/TechNet DVD ISO Images Released by Microsoft

Windows Vista Service Pack 1 (Windows Vista SP1) and Windows Server 2008 have been officially released, and Microsoft has published the complete set of DVDs for the operating systems in ISO image format to MSDN and TechNet subscribers for online download. As a reference, here’s the official filename for the DVD ISO image files for both Windows Vista SP1 and Windows Server 2008 that has been released. Both operating system has the same build version number of 6001.18000.080118-1840, and there may be more language versions available, but only English and Russian versions are listed.
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Apr 2, 2008
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How to Enable and Show Quick Launch Folder/Bar in Windows XP

Quick Launch bar or folder that sits on the Windows Taskbar area, offers users a way to easily and fast access frequently and commonly used application software. Programs appear as an icon shortcut in Quick Launch bar, and with just a single click on the shortcut’s icon, users can run the program instantly, saving considerable time by eliminating the need to navigate and locate the program in Start Menu. And since, Quick Launch bar is located on taskbar, so no other open windows may block or obscure the shortcuts in it, unlike desktop shortcuts.
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Apr 2, 2008
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Windows Vista SP1 Language Packs (MUI) 32-bit (x86) Unofficial Downloads

Windows Vista Ultimate and Enterprise editions’ license EULA allows installation of MUI (Multilingual User Interface) language packs to translate and change UI display language to another language for menus and dialogs. With MUI, users can switch display languages without reinstalling Windows Vista. However, with the release of Service Pack 1, the MUIs meant for Windows Vista RTM can no longer be installed with the following error message.
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Apr 2, 2008
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How to Install MUI Language Files in Windows Vista

Multilingual user interface (MUI) language packs in Windows Vista enables users to change the language Windows uses to display text in wizards, dialog boxes, menus, and other items in the user interface. Every Windows Vista system actually run on a display language that installed while setup Windows Vista. To change or switch to other different display languages, additional MUI language packs have to be installed.
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