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Thumbs up Windows PSR.exe ...everyone's new best friend

Hi all, so I have found out about this F-A-N-T-A-S-T-I-C (yes all caps to emphasize it's fantacticness) called "PSR.exe" found in Vista and Windows 7

PSR.exe stands for "Problem Screen Recorder" and it does more than just that.

To begin:
Start > PSR.exe > Enter ... the show begins

I'm a PC, so I love this feature.
Videos are great, but they seem to always be inconvenient to make and edit, and frequently the video seems to contain many long waiting parts.

with PSR you can start it up, go through activities, and then stop it, and it saves your file as a MHTML file abd really low file size.

There is also more great things about this....
It records your activities and types them up for you
It highlights the area of focus automatically
It can be played as a slideshow
It saves as a zip file
You can still edit the shots and add comments

Now not only is this great for someone to record problems and show you, but the reverseis true...you can record "How To's" much easier and quicker and post guides.

Combine it with the Free Sparus EveryWan Personal edition WinMo Controller/viewer, and you can show someone how to cook, install, etc.etc.etc...

Take a look at this quick example
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wow, thats nifty.
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