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Our links page is undergoing an long overdue makeover. Register links are not meant to be comprehensive -- There are hundreds of superb "amateur" or semi-pro IT sites out there that knock the socks off the supposedly professional competition. But we don't have the time, the space or the energy to list them all. We've decided to ditch the vendor links, as we figure you can go find the manufacturers by yourself. Out go some dead links, and out go some sites we don't like anymore. In come some new software sites, including the estimable WinDrivers and ActiveWin. On the gamers side we welcome Barry's World and Blues News. Also trawl through AGN Hardware, a useful mix of hardware news, views and reviews and games too. If you like computer games you'll love these sites. And we include news aggregators NewsNow, Newslinx and Geekboys for the first time. In coming weeks we'll be adding links to useful Net and channel sites. You can check out all the above mentioned by clicking here. ®

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