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How to minimize all running windows using
27 Nov 2006
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Tired of software programs taking up all your taskbar space? With this small tool, you can minimize ANYTHING to the system tray. Best of all, it's FREE! You have to view it full screen.
10 Dec 2006
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A very simple way to minimize all you want to the system try
7 Dec 2006
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If you've ever wondered what 'Minimalism' is all about then this short comedy video will help you understand the complex nature of creating a minimalist artwork.
10 Apr 2007
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Single press of a key minimizes all windows on your screen to the task bar so you can get right to your desktop fast!
31 Oct 2007
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A lot of times when you have several different windows open you may want to access the desktop. Instead of minimizing them individually I show a trick to minimize them all at the same time. Also, some programs will not let you minimize them and that can be quite annoying to access the desktop when they are running. This trick also works with those programs. Please rate and comment this video. If you like this video then subscribe! Chances are I'll make more videos in the future you will also like. ~wartex8
17 Apr 2008
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AAGL Study Finds Women in the Dark about Minimally Invasive Treatments for Pelvic Health Disorders Women expect doctors to educate, but awareness gaps are significant. A new awareness study found that virtually all women expect their OB/GYN to inform them about minimally invasive treatments for common pelvic health disorders (PHDs), yet comparatively few are aware of the newer treatments designed to cause less pain and provide shorter recoveries. Russell Research conducted the study for AAGL, the preeminent organization of gynecologic endoscopic surgeons. "I expect my OB/GYN to tell me about the least invasive treatments, even if he or she doesn't offer them and would need to refer me to someone else," was the near-universal assumption (98%). Women expect their gynecologist to offer them treatment options with the least amount of pain (98%) and to consider how treatment will affect their lifestyle — factors such as recovery time, lost wages and additional child care costs (94%). To view Multimedia News Release, go to *******www.prnewswire****/mnr/aagl/33994/
14 Aug 2008
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Minimally invasive surgery from The Bonati Institute. We offer information about minimally invasive surgery and lower back surgery, including spinal fusion. Visit *******www.bonati**** or call today for information about Minimally invasive surgery
8 Nov 2008
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Minimally invasive spine surgery from The Bonati Institute. We offer information about minimally invasive spine surgery and lower back surgery, including spinal fusion. Visit *******www.bonati**** or call today for information about Minimally invasive spine surgery
10 Nov 2008
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*******www.drsteinbrech****/ Dr. Douglas Steinbrech discusses the importance of minimally invasive techniques when undergoing surgery. Dr. Steinbrech employs minimally invasive techniques whenever possible, creating incisions as small as possible, ultimately reducing scarring and accelerating recovery times.
13 Feb 2009
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Freezing kidney tumors, using a safe minimally invasive interventional radiology treatment that kills the cancer 100 percent effectively without surgery, should be the first treatment option for all individuals with tumors that are 4 centimeters or smaller, and this treatment is a viable option for people with larger tumors. Interventional cryoablation is as effective as laparoscopic surgery, the current gold standard treatment. Eliminating cancer at such an early stage is significant news for kidney cancer patients. Interventional cryoablation is a minimally invasive outpatient procedure. Patients leave the hospital with only a bandaid and return to normal activity almost immediately vs. the current common treatment of laparoscopic surgery with several days in the hospital and two to four weeks of recovery. ABOUT INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY Interventional radiologists are board-certified physicians who specialize in minimally invasive, targeted treatments that offer less risk, less pain and less recovery time compared to surgery. News about the success of interventional cryoablation was released at the Society of Interventional Radiology’s Annual Scientific Meeting in San Diego. To find an interventional radiologist near you visit: www.SIRweb**** To reach the Society of Interventional Radiology: 703-691-1805 To reach SIR’s Communications Department: 703-460-5572 Produced for SIR
11 Mar 2009
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A minimally invasive interventional radiology treatment -- focal cryoablation that freezes prostate tumors -- proves as effective as surgery but without the side effects of sexual and urinary dysfunction. The so-called “male lumpectomy” can be considered a first-line treatment for patients of all risk levels. Instead of removing the entire prostate or using radiation on the entire prostate, interventional radiologists can find out where the cancer is and just destroy the cancer. Interventional radiologists, using imaging for guidance, insert a probe through the skin that circulates extremely cold gas to freeze and destroy the cancerous tissue. Treating only the tumor instead of the whole prostate gland is a major and profound departure from the current thinking about prostate cancer. Additionally, the use of a 3-D mapping biopsy provides superior information on the extent and grade of prostate cancer as opposed to the current standard TRUS biopsy. ABOUT INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY Interventional radiologists are board-certified physicians who specialize in minimally invasive, targeted treatments that offer less risk, less pain and less recovery time compared to surgery. News about the success of interventional cryoablation was released at the Society of Interventional Radiology’s Annual Scientific Meeting in San Diego. To find an interventional radiologist near you visit: www.SIRweb**** To reach the Society of Interventional Radiology: 703-691-1805 To reach SIR’s Communications Department: 703-460-5572 Produced for SIR
11 Mar 2009
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