Monthly Archives: October 2009

Microsoft Updates Baseline Security Analyzer (MBSA) for Windows 7

  Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer (MBSA)  2.1.1 (for IT Professionals) is an easy-to-use tool that helps small and medium businesses determine their security state in accordance with Microsoft security recommendations and offers specific remediation guidance. Improve your security management process by … Continue reading

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Microsoft’s Razor Gaming Hardware (Finally) Releases Windows 7 Drivers for Reclusa Keyboard & Habu Mouse

  Microsoft Razer has (finally) released their "Reclusa Keyboard" & "Habu Mouse" gaming hardware drivers for Windows 7.   "Reclusa" Gaming Keyboard Driver v1.03 for Windows 7 "Habu" Laser Gaming Mouse Driver v2.20 for Windows 7 Click Here for All Free … Continue reading

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Microsoft Releases “Final” Windows 7’s “LifeCam & LifeChat” Hardware Drivers for Webcams & Headsets

  Microsoft has removed the beta status of their LifeCam (webcam) & LifeChat (headset) hardware drivers for Windows 7.   LifeCam 3.0 32-bit and 64-bit for Windows 7 (Support: Readme File) LifeChat 1.4 (32-bit and 64-bit) for Windows 7  Click Here … Continue reading

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Microsoft’s CodePlex Releases “GmailNotifier” for Windows 7

  GmailNotifier is a small CodePlex application, with full Windows 7 integration, that notifies you when receiving emails from your Google Gmail account. –> Download GmailNotifier Click Here for All Free Windows 7 Software & Resources

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Microsoft MVP Releases “Windows Access Panel” for Windows 7

  Fellow Windows Desktop Experience MVP, Anand Khanse, has released his Windows Access Panel for Windows 7. (Recommended: TechNet) Windows Access Panel minimizes the trouble in accessing the buried settings & "hidden" system utilities within Windows 7’s Control Panel. –> … Continue reading

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Problems with Windows 7? “The behavior may be by design”

  While researching a future blog article on Windows 7 Troubleshooting, I found these Microsoft KB Articles with the solution "This behavior is by design" amusing. (^_^)   WINDOWS 7: A FAT formatted removable media that is encrypted by BitLocker Drive Encryption on Windows … Continue reading

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Microsoft Releases First Windows 7 Language Interface Pack: Hindi

  Microsoft has released their first Windows 7 Language Interface Pack (LIP) for Hindi. (Thanks Rob) –> Download Hindi Windows 7 LIP Click Here for All Free Windows 7 Software & Resources

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