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Snow Standalone Gadgets Pack For Windows

The Snow Standalone Gadgets Pack is a collection of 15 shiny white desktop gadgets for Windows XP, Vista and 7. This new gadget pack is a modification of the previous gadget pack from the same designer. The Snow Standalone Gadgets Pack consist of the same gadgets as on the previous but has been redone entirely in white.

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The gadget collection contains a wireless connection indicator, IP address, the current date and battery life, RSS feed reader, links to your libraries, weather, Sticky Notes and so on.

The Snow Standalone gadgets blends beautifully on Windows 7 and Vista, but they also integrate perfectly on your XP machine.

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