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Spider Player - Free music only media playerSpider Player -Free music only media player

Despite the fact there are an inordinate number of media players available,it is difficult to find one that is quite as well rounded as Windows Media Player;the application included as standard with Windows. Many other media players are either overloaded with features you will never use or stripped down to the point where [...]

Media Player Classic Home Cinema

One of the most common problems I experience when playing movies and videos on my home PC is poor lip syncing caused by the sound and video not marrying up perfectly. Rather than performing any degree of troubleshooting I always fall back to the trusty player ‘Media Player Classic Home Theatre’ which despite a complete [...]

Windows Gallery

After talking about Vista so much just recently I got thinking about new gadgets that I could download and integrate into the Windows sidebar when I came across the Windows Live Gallery website (http://gallery.live.com). This particular website which has been set up by Microsoft contains literally hundreds of small pieces of software that can be [...]

Windows Vista Part II

Last week I talked to you about Microsoft’s new Operating System ‘Windows Vista’ and discussed the functionality updates that have been introduced and how they could possibly benefit you. Those that missed my original article can check out www.computerarticles.co.uk to download a copy.

As half the measure [...]

Internet Explorer 7

This week I’ll be publishing a letter from one of my loyal readers regarding the new beta version of Internet Explorer that has just been published on the Microsoft website:

At last the beta version of Internet Explorer 7 is available for download,at http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/ie7/default.mspx -This [...]

CCleaner

Ian MacMillan is one of those guys that I always like hearing from as after 228 issues of Click it is becoming difficult at times to think up new and original subjects to write about. Fortunately Ian always has a handy suggestion up his sleeve:

Hi Chris.

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Winamp add-ins

A couple of weeks ago I suggested that you download the fantastic Winamp 5 (www.winamp.com) as a possible alternative to Windows Media Player which is a program,although perfectly capable and indeed free,could do with some enhancing. For those of your with your heads thoroughly in the sand I [...]

WinAmp

As those who know me will testify,I’m always the fan of the underdog -If there are two companies developing products then you’ll always see me routing for the smaller of the two for several reasons. I believe that as long as you have two serious competitors then a [...]

Internet Radio

Whilst I was at Cardiff University last year,one of the only things that kept me sane whilst I sat in the computer room finishing of assignments was the good quality Welsh radio stations such as Galaxy and Red Dragon which I’d listen to constantly to keep me amused as [...]

Windows Media Player

Having been using Windows XP for as long as I can remember,when I installed Windows 98 on an old machine the other day I noticed the complete lack of multimedia support provided by the software supplied with the Operating System – Windows Media Player.

Luckily,it [...]