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  MajorGeeks Now Has YouTube Channel 
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john albrich Feb 20, 2012, 04:05pm EST Report Abuse
I thought this was worth pointing out...

The download website has a YouTube Channel. Over the years, has become my favorite software repository mostly because IMO they do an outstanding job of vetting and testing the programs, data, etc. that they make available via their website, and give you advance warning if something is adware, nagware, etc. These videos (36 so far) provide a very good "value-add" complementing the information available on their website, especially to the neophyte computer user but may be of use to the experienced user as well.

Apparently the intent is to "highlight" one of the many programs (usually freeware/donateware) or datasets (e.g. drivers, codecs, AV updates, etc) available for download on their website and create a short ~5 minute video about the program or how to install or use the program, datasets, updates, etc. is there with tested downloads and advice to help you get the most from your computer. On YouTube we want to show you some of these programs so you can see something other than a screenshot.

For example,
Using Toolwiz Time Freeze
Toolwiz Time Freeze...protects your system from any unwanted changes and malicious activity in low disk level. With a simple click, it puts your actual system under virtual protection on the fly and creates a virtual environment as a copy of the real system, on which you can evaluate applications, watch movies, and perform online activities.
Updating Realtek High Definition Audio Drivers
This video is designed to show you how simple it is to update your Realtek High Definition Audio drivers so that your sound card is up to date for the best performance.
CCleaner Tutorial
Tutorial on how to use CCleaner. CCleaner is a freeware system optimization, privacy and cleaning tool. It removes unused files from your system - allowing Windows to run faster and freeing up valuable hard disk space.

and so on.

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Dr. Peaceful Feb 20, 2012, 04:36pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: MajorGeeks Now Has YouTube Channel
MajorGeeks now hires John as their new PR. LOL ;)



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