Category Archives: Microsoft

Microsoft’s list of “changes” in Windows 7 RC1

Ok as I said I would do I am reposting the basic features already acknoledged by Microsoft to have been changed and posted by Gizmodo this list actually combines the main lists from Microsoft and some small things that Gizmodo noticed changed. I … Continue reading

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Windows 7 RC1 Gets surprise new features!

Well the day is hear, ok it’s not RTM but Microsoft’s RC1 of Windows 7 has released and oh boy theirs some goodies inside. Personally I wasn’t expecting anything new for the Release Candidate of Windows 7 but apparently Microsoft … Continue reading

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Windows 7 logon UI customization… officially!

As you probably know, Windows 7 build 7057, a build recently leaked to the public, sports a new (yet ugly) login UI background. Delivering on the “more customizable” promise, Windows 7 now supports the ability to load images into the … Continue reading

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Wow a useful error message in a version of windows? What next a useful BSOD?

You know theirs been a lot of things in the past that didn’t make sense like errors on windows are so damn cryptic and well useless. I mean come on I’m a computer technician that deals with this stuff on … Continue reading

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Microsoft getting a good bit more selective when it comes to next gen Windows Mobile hardware.

It looks like Microsoft is going to stop “throwing the kitchen sinks at the problem”, which would make sense with Apple’s success with their 1 model, and now the Palm Pre’s massive excitement it caused. It would appear that beyond … Continue reading

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