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Wendigo

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  1. I could reply to that and say "you don't have a clue what you're talking about" but that wouldn't be right. Yes, it requires Microsoft.NET Framework 2.0, but a majority of GOOD programs these days do. So in the long run, it's not a bad investment. Paint.NET is free, too. It is also quite functional. Though just looking at PhotoFiltre, it also looks pretty good. Anyway. You're better off getting either of them. They are both good IMO. Don't use GIMP because it's the second slowest Photo-editing program on the planet. First is Adobe Photoshop CS3.
  2. Brutal, very smart. However, vLite 1.1 already has these files integrated
  3. There probably isn't. But why would you use mspaint when you can use Paint.NET?
  4. For anyone wondering how to install "non-registry-writing" programs (well, all programs write to the registry, but only directory registration), it is much easier than you think. All you need is WinRAR, 7-Zip some batch scripting knowledge and some patience. Let's say I wanted to unattended install Windows Vista Solitaire for Windows XP. These are the steps I would take. I'd extract the .exe that it came in by using 7-Zip (it's an SFX, but it also opens the game after it installs. Not got for an unattended setup). Then I'd copy the Solitaire.exe and 'Paste Shortcut' in that same folder. Right
  5. Sorry to reply to an old post, but go into "Run" and type in "control userpasswords2" and select "Users must enter a password to use this computer".
  6. When I was at college, I used to always crack the administrator's password all the time so I got banned. They gave me a standalone LAPTOP which was restricted and had the BIOS locked so I couldn't boot any OS but Windows XP. I couldn't take the battery out of the motherboard... BECAUSE THERE WAS NONE..... Anyway, the point is that you can only have an uncrackable password if you're using a laptop with a BIOS Password, so it seems.
  7. LOL @ Snake's post If you want to find something in the registry: Pro Tip: Ctrl + F
  8. If you're referring to Live "BartPE" CD, the answer is unfortunately no
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