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    Hello Rich,
    Welcome aboard.:)
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    Rich, welcome to the forum from across the pond. There are a lot of really good folks here.
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    Welcome to Seven Forums Rich01, in addition to the free programs mentioned by garysgold, there is a list of Free Native 64-bit programs

    See if you like anything there.
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    Welcome Rich enjoy your stay here.
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    Hello Rich01, welcome to Seven Forums!
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    A very warm welcome to all our new members enjoy being a part of this great family plus you can learn and help along the way to make Windows 7 the only place you need to be for all things Windows 7.
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    As I have mentioned before in my initial post here, I am glad to be here as this is a really useful place to be for info and help with any problems.
    Glad you are here.

    One thing, (just a minor annoyance ), is there anyway to lose the Union flag on my profile and just have the St. Andrews saltire flying freely?
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    Windows 7 Ult x64 - SP1/ Windows 8 Pro x64

    You can go to your User CP, top tool bar on any page.

    Top left side click Edit Your Details.

    Scroll down to Country Flag, in the drop box choose the first one, which is a blank space. This will take the flag out. You can leave the state/region Flag as is, then it will remain.
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