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Windows Secrets have offer its paid membership the opportunity to give their friends the paid version of the newsletter free for the next 3 months .. no strings. I'm sure they'd like you to consider enrolling in the paid version after that, but you don't need to. Here's where you sign up HERE . As I've mentioned before, it's an excellent newsletter and even the free version is informative.

Just thought i'd pass this on for anyone who's interested,

i'm gonna take a look on sunday...

How your free gift works:

1. Enter your e-mail by Dec. 31, 2008, and you'll receive the paid version of the Windows Secrets Newsletter completely free for a full three months.

2. This offer is only for new subscribers who've never signed up before.

3. After your complimentary three months, you can continue at no charge with the free version of the newsletter.

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