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Windows 7 Features Revealed

Wednesday, May 28, 2008

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Windows 7 Features Revealed

We finally get a first look at the upcoming Microsoft Windows 7 as it gets unveiled at the All Things Digital Conference yesterday. But still, little is known about the highly-anticipated OS that is to be the successor of Windows Vista come 2010. From the video above, we can see that there are lots of emphasis [...]

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DExposE2: Exposé for Windows

Monday, May 12, 2008

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DExposE2: Exposé for Windows

For those familiar with Mac, we all know how useful Exposé can be. With the click of a button, it elegantly displays all your open windows in one screen, making it really easy to find a particular window that you are looking for. Long have Windows users yearned for something like this. There have been several [...]

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Adobe’s newest kid on the block – Photoshop Express

Monday, May 5, 2008

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Adobe’s newest kid on the block – Photoshop Express

Has anyone tried their hands yet on Adobe’s new web image-editing tool, Photoshop Express? I took a test drive and found it stylish, intuitive, social, and equipped with the very necessary image-editing functions. Completely appealing. Just like Adobe’s Photoshop Lightroom, it neatly organizes and tells you in a glance how many photos you have in your library [...]

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Google Takes a Splash into the Deep Blue

Sunday, May 4, 2008

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Google Takes a Splash into the Deep Blue

Dive operators, dive guides and seasoned divers may soon have a new “toy” to play with – contributing details of diving hot spots around the world right down to the water conditions and maybe, just maybe to the species of corals and the residents living there. Rumor has it that Google is brewing an exciting 3D [...]

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Microsoft Releases Windows XP SP3

Wednesday, April 30, 2008

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Microsoft Releases Windows XP SP3

Microsoft finally releases its highly anticipated Service Pack 3 (SP3) for Windows XP today. But not without some hiccups. SP3 was found to be incompatible for users running Microsoft Dynamics RMS, hence, an official release on Microsoft Download Center and Windows Update is not available at this time. But, you can still grab the service pack from [...]

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Parallels 3.0 To Support 3D Gaming

Sunday, June 3, 2007

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There are two reasons why Mac users still uses Boot Camp to play their games instead of using Parallels Desktop for Mac. One, the performance is much better. Two, Parallels simply can’t do OpenGL and DirectX 3D gaming. But with the upcoming Parallels 3.0, the latter is no longer true! You can finally do 3D [...]

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Official Windows Vista Wallpapers

Wednesday, November 29, 2006

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Take a peek at the Windows Vista wallpapers you can expect when you get your very own copy next year. Maybe even download them for use on your Windows XP(ired) now. Lots of greens and flowers, and 92 of them in total. But, the largest resolution seems to be only 1280 x 960. Come on, give [...]

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Move IE7’s Menubar Back To The Top

Thursday, November 16, 2006

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Using IE7? Hate that Menubar that is sticking out below your location bar and you can’t seem to move it? Well…switch to Firefox! Ha…or simply apply this IE7 registry hack: If IE is opened, close it before doing anything Start your registry editor (Start -> Run, type regedit in the run field and press OK) Browse to HKEY_CURRENT_USER \ Software [...]

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Vista’s Gone Gold

Thursday, November 9, 2006

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Microsoft has just confirmed today that Vista’s official release date of November 30, 2006 for businesses and January 30, 2007 for consumers will be available on time. Vista, is “rock solid and ready to ship,” according to co-president of Microsoft’s platforms and services division. “In my opinion, it is the most secure system that is available [...]

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Microsoft Lifts Vista’s Licensing Restriction

Friday, November 3, 2006

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Ahhh…how nice of them. As most of you might know, the previous terms was that each copy of Vista will only be allowed to be activated twice. This makes it impossible to change your computer twice without rendering your copy of Vista useless. Today, to the delight of everyone, Microsoft has decided to lift the restriction. [...]

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