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We've just been (successfully, apparently) blagged by a company which reckons that their freeware will allow 'a much broader range of people (designers and flash developers) to enter your compo.'

These cheeky monkeys add: 'And we will also get some nice traffic in the process too.' We're sure you will.

The compo mentioned is our reader challenge to create a vulture-themed Reg screensaver which we can offer as a free download to our beloved fans.

So, if you feel like stretching someones bandwidth, try out flashwiz.co.uk. We haven't tried the software out ourselves and readers do so entirely at their own risk.

Other software development companies looking for free advertising are directed to our Register Tariff 2001.

The Register Screensaver Challenge ends at 5.00pm GMT on Friday 2nd March. ®

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