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Microsoft backtracks, extends XP availability to 2011

Microsoft backtracks, extends XP availability to 2011

windows-xpJust hours after a noted research analyst criticized Microsoft's plans to limit sales of Windows XP PCs, the company said it would extend the aged operating system's lifespan in the post-Windows... (Continue reading)

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Vista Service Pack 2 Now Ready for Download

Vista Service Pack 2 Now Ready for Download

band-aid-quickfixWindows Vista Service Pack 2 is now available for download. The Vista SP2 update includes new support for recording Blu-ray discs straight from the Vista OS, updated support for Bluetooth v2.1,... (Continue reading)

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US Army Upgrading PCs to Vista

US Army Upgrading PCs to Vista

us-armyUS Army is migrating all of its Windows-based computers to Microsoft's Vista operating system to bolster Internet security and standardize its information systems. The systems change, which includes swapping Office 2003... (Continue reading)

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Microsoft may soon drop Vista

Windows VistaMicrosoft may stop selling its Windows Vista operating system as soon as an upgraded version is available, a company manager said. Microsoft customers complained that the Vista... (Continue reading)

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Microsoft Windows 7 hits Public Beta

Microsoft Windows 7 hits Public Beta

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has announced a free public beta of the new OS, at the 2009 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Microsoft says Windows 7 only requires 1 GB memory. Its notable that Vista has the same memory... (Continue reading)

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Samsung Digital Picture Frames shipped with Virus

Samsung Digital Picture Frames shipped with Virus

Samsung says its XP version of Frame Manager 1.08 software contains the virus W32.Sality.AE. The virus reaches the computer when the Frame Manager is installed on a PC. The virus doesn’t affect Vista PCs. Samsung encourages users to download and... (Continue reading)

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How to find the best tire fit for your car. How to Grocery Shop in Lean Times. How to Get Any Job with Any Major. How to reveal blocked caller ID info. How to Build Your Dream Home. How-To: Installing a Flag Pole. How to Take... (Continue reading)

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Adobe Unveils PhotoShop CS4

Adobe Unveils PhotoShop CS4

Adobe today announced Adobe PhotoshopCS4 and Photoshop CS4 Extended, the highly anticipated, new editions of the professional industry standard software for digital imaging. Photoshop CS4 will be available as stand-alone applications or key components of the Adobe Creative Suite... (Continue reading)

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Mac’s Market Share Continues to Grow

Mac's Market Share Continues to Grow

Mac’s user base is growing in a rapid phase,thanks to iPod’s popularity. More and more personal users and small business community are moving to Apple’s Mac computers from Windows PC. Analysts believe Mac’s growing popularity is¬†partly due to a ‚Äúhalo... (Continue reading)

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Microsot Resosponds to Mac ad, enlists Seinfeld

Microsot Resosponds to Mac ad, enlists Seinfeld

The “Get a Mac” campaign may one of the reasons behind Apple’s rising market share in computer industry. Now Microsoft is fighting back with its own ad campaign. Seinfeld will be one of the key celebrity pitchmen in the $300... (Continue reading)

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Microsoft PhotoSynth Goes Public

Microsoft PhotoSynth Goes Public

PhotoSynth a web service by Microsoft which has been available as a technology preview until now opens for everyone now. The technology takes a grouping of photographs and stitches them into a virtual 3D environment. Each user is given a... (Continue reading)

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Record Setting in Downgrading.

Performance and metrics researcher Devil Mountain Software reports that its survey of over 3,000 Vista PCs revealed nearly 35 percent to be running XP. That means one in three PCs with Vista is downgraded to XP. PC makers have been... (Continue reading)

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Taiwan wants XP forever

Taiwanese Consumer Foundation filed a complaint against Microsoft claiming the company is effectively using its monopoly to force sales of Vista. According to the foundation 59 percent of consumers buying new PCs, with Vista on, would later put XP on... (Continue reading)

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Midori Web based OS by MicroSoft

MicroSoft researchers are working on a new operating system code named Midori. Midori is said to be a web based operating system. With more and more web based applications taking the place of individual applications, client operating systems like Windows... (Continue reading)

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Toshiba’s New Cell powered Laptops.

Toshiba's New Cell powered Laptops.

Toshiba unveiled its first Quad Core HD processor notebook. The new mobile PC features a Cell-based chip said to be able to offer a “revolutionary high-definition, multimedia user experience”. The Qosmio G55-Q802 series laptop is equipped with a Quad Core... (Continue reading)

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Pay Dell to Downgrade to XP

June 30 was the last day you could get Windows XP. Because of compatibility issues, uncertainty about Vista stability/ease of use, and hardware requirements there are many people who don’t want to go for Vista. If you are ready to... (Continue reading)

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Vista SP1 update pulled by Microsoft

Vista SP1 update pulled by Microsoft

After receiving reports of an error, Microsoft temporarily suspend automatic distribution of Vista SP1 update to avoid further customer impact. There were numerous complaints from customers who already installed the update before the withdrawal of the update. In some cases... (Continue reading)

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