Monthly Archives: September 2011

How to install Windows 8 VHD, VMWare & Mac’s Boot Camp

Quick links to help install Windows 8 virtually anywhere: Guide to Installing and Booting Windows 8 Developer Preview off a VHD (Virtual Hard Disk) How to Install Windows 8 on VMWare Workstation 8 Windows 8 on a Mac Using Boot … Continue reading

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Adobe’s Plans for Supporting Windows 8 & Metro

Reposting from Adobe Blogger, Danny Winokur “We expect Windows desktop to be extremely popular for years to come (including Windows 8 desktop) and that it will support Flash just fine, including rich web based games and premium videos that require … Continue reading

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Microsoft Releases First Batch of Documentation for Windows 8 Developer Preview

Windows Developer Preview Guide – See what’s new in Windows 8. This downloadable guide shows you new features for developers, consumers and businesses. (PDF & XPS Format) Windows Azure Toolkit for Windows 8 – Maximize the potential of your Windows … Continue reading

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Windows 8 Preview Available Now!

Later tonight, You can now download the first Windows 8 Preview via the new Windows Dev Center. Download –> Windows Developer Preview with developer tools English, 64-bit (x64)Download –> Windows Developer Preview English, 64-bit (x64)Download –> Windows Developer Preview English, … Continue reading

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Seven Days in Utopia: Movie’s Ending Only on the Internet

Not sure if I’d be pleased to watch an entire movie and NOT see the ending — only to be told to check the Internet to “see what happens”. Movie Pooper: Seven Days in Utopia (2011) Seven Days in Utopia: … Continue reading

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NASA Releases 3D App: “Eyes on the Solar System”

I’ve been a big fan of Microsoft’s WorldWide Telescope project – and now NASA has joined the fun with their 3D application. NASA’s “Eyes on the Solar System” is a 3-D environment full of real NASA mission data. Explore the … Continue reading

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