Monthly Archives: December 2005

FREE Treemap Visualization of Hard Drive’s Contents

Even though "they" didn’t write this program; Microsoft’s Powertoys’ blog graciously mention this cool utility for showing the "treemap" of a hard drive’s contents. SequoiaView — "Ever wondered why your hard disk is full? Or what directory is taking up most … Continue reading

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No More Christmas for Office XP Users?

Outlook 2003’s many features should have already enticed you to upgrade; but I know that many of you are still using Outlook XP (aka 2002) and I don’t want you to miss any upcoming holidays!  (^_^) Holiday Update for Office … Continue reading

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FREE Microsoft MP3 & Media Player Software

In hopes that many MP3 Players were given as Holiday gifts – here’s a list of useful links:   HOW TO . . .  Rip or “Quickly Rip” CDs to your computer Create Playlists Organize your digital music collection (library) … Continue reading

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Free Microsoft TechNet Subscription

One of my favorite Microsoft magazines is available for free:  "TechNet Magazine provides the in-depth, hands-on information that IT professionals can use in their daily work. We’ll bring you information on Windows administration, successful software deployment, pain-free migration, fortifying your … Continue reading

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Nick Burns — Your Company’s Computer Guy!

A Collection of Four Saturday Night Live Skits about your company’s "Computer Guy" featuring these Guest Stars: Jennifer Anniston Jackie Chan Calista Flockhart Jamie Foxx

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My New Years Resolutions for All Microsoft Bloggers

I’ve enjoyed reading the many internal Microsoft blogs this past year, and look forward to an exciting 2006 – with a few improvements. More quality, less quantity. Write more original articles about your insights and personal experiences. Stop reposting Microsoft’s … Continue reading

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New microsoft.com Advanced Search

Microsoft  has updated their search engine on Microsoft.com You can now specify specific types of information: Accessibility Knowledge Base (for support) Learning (for training) MSDN (for developers) PressPass (for journalists) Small Business TechNet (for IT professionals) WHDC (for hardware developers) … Continue reading

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