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Monitor and Discuss the Latest from Microsoft Download

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Do you like Microsoft Software?  Would you like to be immediately notified when Microsoft posts new content to Microsoft Download?  Then you’re in luck!!!  A few days ago I launched a new site –

Essentially, is nothing more than a convenient way for me (and you) to monitor and search for the latest releases to hit the Microsoft Download website.  There are links provided for each download location, along with the ability to create an account and comment on the releases.  Comments are also open, so jump on over to, create an account and enjoy (I know I will).

And if all you want is notification of when new files hit the Microsoft Download site, feel free to subscribe to the RSS Feed or Email Service.



Do you like RSS feeds?  I like love them!  One of my favorite over the years has been a handy little RSS feed from which listed the last 20 files to hit the Microsoft Download Site.  Unfortunately, about two months ago the operator started to have stability issues with the code/site.  Not only that, but it also appears the feed is only seldom updated.  So last weekend I decided to build an alternative and TADAA {cheering} was created.

Anyway, hopefully, a few of you enjoy the website.  If you find it useful, don’t forget to spread the word!

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4 Responses to Monitor and Discuss the Latest from Microsoft Download

  1. pc4life July 16, 2008 at 12:46 pm #

    Great article groovy dude. I just started reading your blog last week. I’m glad I started! I just subscribed to your micropost feed and so far it’s great! very cool.

    keep it up!

  2. shockersh July 17, 2008 at 11:23 am #

    This is awesome. Very cool website feed! Thank you!

  3. MrGroove July 17, 2008 at 11:14 pm #

    Thank you for the comments. I’m glad to see you find the new site useful! Let me know if you have any further suggestions!

  4. tomb July 19, 2008 at 10:41 pm #

    Thanks for the site. I also used to watch thundermain but it’s become very unstable. hit google looking for an alternative and found this!


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