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    Default Get Feed notifications on Windows desktop

    Is there any way that I can get updates of my selected sites on desktop and also to get notified whenever there is an update.
    So today I am sharing with you a desktop application which will enable you to get notified whenever your selected website is updated. FeedDemon 3.0 For Windows is the best RSS Reader so far. And inspite of all of the features that it offers it comes to you completely free.

    Features:

    - Google Reader sync – Use FeedDemon at home, at your office, or anywhere you go and keep your feeds, tags and shared items synched between locations.
    - Redesigned UI including new "Subscriptions Home" page with popular videos and articles extracted from your feeds
    - Tagging and tag cloud on Subscriptions Home page.
    - Easy item sharing – let others enjoy your favorite articles with just a click.
    - Enhanced Twitter feed reading with automatic hyperlinks and short URL expansion view.
    - How to setup Feed Demon to get your favorite sites update notifications on your desktop -

    First Download and Install FeedDemon.

    Enable Google reader Synchronization if you want to get notification of your google feeds too.

    Add feed url of the sites for which you want to get notified, if you don't know the feed url of a website than just enter the site name and feed demon will take care of the rest.

    Create a folder for the feed to categorize them and click Next > Finish.

    Once you have completed these steps feeds will start downloading, add as many feeds you want and get notified right on your desktop.

    You can view feeds in 3 different ways either by

    Feed
    Date
    Titile

    Also you have the option to adjust whether you want to see full feed, excerpt or only titles.

    Feed Demon also provide you a Browser to see the feeds within it. To view a particular feed in new window (Browser) click on the link after the Title.

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    Any chance of a screen shot please riteshtechie?

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    thank you riteshtechie

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    Notification in action


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    Thanks, for this. I have installed and subscribed to a few sites, I dont mind having a few back ground programs running now I have 64 bit operating system with 7GB of ram

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    Argh! Feed Demon I hate it! Windows Live Mail is the best RSS feed reader for Windows!

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    ^ I too agree but I am just highlighting some alternatives

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