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Are there automated software that helps you check for domain combination and availability?

Running Windows 7

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Whilst I do not know any native programs that run on Windows 7 for this, you are much better off using a web site that is totally independent to the operating system such as the "Domain Suggestions" section of Domain Tools.

For example, if I type in test:

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+1 Good answer, mostly because I think the SO is looking for names available and the suggestions shows available combinations. Nice. I was going to suggest that WHOIS whois.org has been providing this service over http since at least 1993. – DaveParillo Oct 24 '09 at 20:24

http://domai.nr/

http://www.domaintools.com/

http://www.domainsbot.com/

and to keep your name consistent amongst social networks

http://namechk.com/

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