We are pleased to announce the winners of The Best Windows Website Contest 2009.
WINNER : sevenforums.com
Runner Up 1 : windows7center.com
Runner Up 2 : 7tutorials.com
Runner Up 3 : 4sysops.com
Runner Up 4 : maximumpcguides.com
CONGRATULATIONS to all the winners!
There were around 65 Windows websites that participated. Of these, the Judges selected and put 10 up for a Public Poll. All the 10 websites were again judged, this time taking into consideration the community voice too, as 1 of the 6 specified parameters. In each Judges case, the website ranked 1st was given 5 points, 2nd was given 4 points, and so on. All the points were added together to arrive at the final scores. The individual scores of each Judge along with the total scores were shared with all the Judges.
The Winner of The Windows Club’s Best Windows Website Contest 2009, will get a Free Windows 7 Home Premium Upgrade (when available), Windows Vista Ultimate DVD box, Microsoft Office 2007 DVD box, and licenses of ESET Smart Security Suite 4, TuneUp Utilities 2009, SnagIt 9, Acronis True Image Home 2009, Diskeeper 2009, Glary Utilities Pro, Malwarebytes’ Anti-Malware Full, Extensions For Windows, PerfectSpeed & WinPatrol Plus. A “I’m A PC” tee has also been included.
The 1st & 2nd runners-up, will each get, will get copies of Windows 7 Home Premium and license of TuneUp Utilities, Acronis True Image Home 2009, Diskeeper, Malwarebytes’ Anti-Malware, PerfectSpeed & WinPatrol Plus.
The 3rd & 4th runners-up will get a free license of Webroot Security Essentials.
All the participants were given the paid version of a-squared Anti-Malware 4.5 absolutely FREE!
The 2 copies of Windows 7 Home Premium for the 2nd and 3rd positions come to you courtesy WithinWindows.com. The Windows 7, Windows Vista & Office DVD boxes, however comes to you courtesy TheWindowsClub.com. The “I’m A PC” tee comes to you courtesy WindowsTalk.org.
We hope you all have enjoyed participating in this contest as much as we have enjoyed judging it.
Panel Of Judges:
- Ed Bott, MVP, EdBott.com
- Paul Schottland, Product Unit Manager for Microsoft
- Steve Sinchak, MVP, Tweaks.com
- Lowell Heddings, HowToGeek.com
- Rafael Rivera, WithinWindows.com
- Howard Lo, Microsoft’s Regional Team Manager (APAC)
- Emil Protalinski, Ars Technica – One Microsoft Way
- Corrine Chorney, MVP, Security Garden and The Windows Club Moderator
- James Fisher, MVP, Windows Talk and The Windows Club Moderator
- Anand Khanse, MVP, The Windows Club Administrator.