Monthly Archives: June 2006

Microsoft Purchases iView Digital Asset Management Company

Open letter from Yan Calotychos, founder of iView Multimedia Today marks an exciting new chapter for iView and its relationship with our customers. We’re announcing that iView has been acquired and is now part of the Microsoft Corporation. With Microsoft’s … Continue reading

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New Free Windows XP Network Diagnostic Tool

Microsoft’s new Network Diagnostics for Windows XP tool (xpnetdiag) analyzes information about your network connectivity to help troubleshoot some of the most common connection problems encountered in a home networking environment. (Support Document: KB914440) The Network Diagnostics for Windows XP tool analyzes the … Continue reading

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Free Xbox Prima Guides – “Blink” & They’re Gone!

Prima Guides: "Lost in a particularly difficult level? Can’t figure out how to beat that one boss? Wish you knew how to unlock that last character? Prima has you covered with guides for all your favorite Xbox titles. The world’s … Continue reading

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Windows 98 End of Support – What to do?

I’ve received many questions regarding my article “Windows 98 End of Support: YOU’VE BEEN WARNED!”  that obviously needs elaboration. RECAP:  Support for Microsoft Windows 98 and Windows Millennium Edition Support ends on July 11, 2006. This also includes security updates. Microsoft … Continue reading

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Free Microsoft SQL Help Desk Sample Application

FREE! SQL Server 2005 Express Edition Help Desk Sample Application — The Help Desk Sample Application is a rich client and web application that provides incident tracking and resolution administration.   Introduction: "Help Desk provides the complete source code for a … Continue reading

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New Microsoft Expression Web Designer Free Online Training

NEW! Microsoft Expression Web Designer Online Training: Standards-Based Web Sites (0:07:57) Modern CSS Page Layout (0:18:42) Rich Data Integration (0:05:37) ASP.NET 2.0 for Designers (0:03:47) Reporting and Deployment (0:04:50)   Click here: Additional Resources for Microsoft’s Expression Web Designer

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Windows Mouse Drivers for Users with Hand Tremors

MouseCage is software designed to help people with hand tremors control their computer mouse. –> Download the MouseCage 7 Day Trial <–   Who is it suitable for? Mouse-Cage was developed for people with Essential Tremor (ET), Parkinson’s Disease, Multiple … Continue reading

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New Microsoft Office Add-in for Licensed Publishing

New! Office Add-in: Creative Commons Add-in for Microsoft Office enables you to embed a Creative Commons license into a document created by: Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. With a Creative Commons license, authors can express their intentions regarding how their works may be used by others. … Continue reading

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Microsoft Wants You to Build Robots

PITTSBURGH — Today at RoboBusiness Conference and Exposition 2006, Microsoft Corp. showcased the community technology preview (CTP) of a new Windows-based environment for academic, hobbyist and commercial developers to easily create robotic applications for a wide variety of computing platforms. … Continue reading

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Microsoft’s New Windows Live Messenger

Windows Live Messenger — I’ve been using the next-generation MSN Messenger for quite some time, and I’m so happy that everyone can now download the program! PC-to-PC Calling  — Speak your mind: Have a high-quality voice conversation using PC-to-PC Calling. Free.(Both parties will need … Continue reading

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