12
Aug
2009



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Windows in a box

Windows operating systems are stuffed with a lot of interesting free utilities which help us with our daily work and tasks.  However, these applications are not regrouped in one place but scattered among different sections and folders in the operating system. Wouldn’t be nice to regroup all Windows applications, settings and functions under the same window and use them right away without browsing the control panel, start menu etc?

Windows in a Box is an extraordinary freeware utility which aims to keep all those nice Windows applications, utilities, settings etc in one place. Reading from the official website: “Ever get tired of searching for a setting inside the control panel?Inside Windows Xp are hundreds of settings that require endless clicking through the Operating System that can get really frustrating.Windows in a box was designed to eliminate all that. It sits on your desktop, easy to navigate,and puts an end to all the frustration of endless searching for settings.”

Windows in a Box’s main features are:

  • Spyware and malware free.
  • Nothing to install. It just runs from the desktop. So you can even store in your USB dongle.
  • Instant access to all Windows features.
  • Regurarlty updated.
  • It only works in Windows XP (but stay tuned as the ahtor of this program promises an update soon!)

If you want to know more or if you want to download it, click here.




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One Comment to “How to keep all Windows application in one place”

  1. tblount Says:

    That is a cool little program…. here is a similar “feature” you can actvate in Windows 7

    1.Right click the desktop and click New > Shortcut.

    2.For the location put “explorer.exe shell:::{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C}”

    ..and click on the Next button. Proceed to name your shortcut and click Finish.

    3.Double click your newly created shortcut and be amazed.

    (will submit articles and tips for food)


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