Monthly Archives: May 2006

Three New Windows Vista Reviews Worth Reviewing

There’s a great deal of information to digest regarding Microsoft’s upcoming Windows Vista. While I’m attempting to “read it all” – I’d recommend beginning here:    FOR TECHIES:  Daniel Schuhmann from Toms Hardware has a detailed review of their “First … Continue reading

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Lara Croft: Tomb Raider – LEGEND (Free Demo)

There were many incredible games demonstrated at this years E3 Convention in Los Angeles – but the majority of these games were only available for gaming consoles like Microsoft’s Xbox 360 and Sony’s PS3.   Thankfully, Eidos Interactive has released … Continue reading

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iBloks: 3D Next Generation of Video, Photo & Music Sharing

Microsoft has a history of experimenting with methods of sharing photos like their World-Wide Media eXchange (WWMX) – and now based upon Microsoft’s new WinFX Technology, check-out this latest beta release of the “3D” next generation of multimedia sharing called iBloks: Mix. Share. … Continue reading

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Windows Live Local Mapping Add-in for Microsoft Outlook

BETA Windows Live Local Add-in for Microsoft Outlook  enables you to add maps and directions to your Outlook meeting requests, calculate the travel distance between your start location and your appointment location, adjust your meeting departure time based on the estimated … Continue reading

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Microsoft Releases Real-Time Traffic on Local Live

Microsoft Releases Real-Time Traffic & Incidents Information for Local Live Mapping Service provided by Traffic.com  Incidents (Serious, Moderate or Minor) Traffic Speed Information Road Construction     QUICK “HOW TO”  To view current traffic conditions:  Navigate the map to the desired location. In … Continue reading

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Microsoft Office 2007 Beta 2 Available to Everyone

NEW! Microsoft Office 2007 Beta 2 Preview is now freely available to everyone to evaluate!  à Download Here ß à Order (small fee to ship up to 5 disks) ß à Enter the Office 2007 Learning Portal ß   Watch These … Continue reading

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TCP/IP Fundamentals for Microsoft Windows

  TCP/IP Fundamentals for Microsoft Windows – This book is a structured, introductory approach to the basic concepts and principles of the Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) protocol suite, how the most important protocols function, and their basic configuration in … Continue reading

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Time to Update Microsoft’s MapPoint and Streets & Trips Construction Data

Even though Microsoft continues to provide updates to previous versions of MapPoint — I recommend that you upgrade to MapPoint 2006.   Download the appropriate construction information update to keep the road construction projects information of your maps current in MapPoint … Continue reading

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Microsoft Releases Windows Media Player 11 Beta

BETA! Windows Media Player 11 for Windows XP offers you unmatched choice and flexibility for your digital media. Easily manage your libraries of digital music, photos, and videos on your computer, and then sync with a variety of portable devices … Continue reading

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Parent’s Guide to Xbox Live Online Gaming

  There’s no questions playing games on a standard PC is a blast – but with the exception of the upcoming Windows Vista; there are very little parental controls to protect our children. It’s simply too easy to install inappropriately … Continue reading

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