Monthly Archives: January 2007

How to Upgrade Windows XP to Windows Vista

  You’ve determined that your computer’s hardware & software is ready for Windows Vista, and now you’re going to upgrade your existing Windows XP software. While I still prefer everyone install Windows Vista on a "clean" hard drive — here … Continue reading

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Call of Duty 2 Game Now Available for PocketPCs

  Call of Duty 2 PocketPC Version "transports gamers to the front lines of World War II for pocket PCs and handheld devices is optimized for Intel Corporation’s newest processor family for portable devices (codenamed Monahans) based on third-generation Intel … Continue reading

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Apple Fixes QuickTime Security Vulnerability – But NOT for Windows!

  The Month of Apple Bugs website’s first vulnerability posting was "Apple Quicktime rtsp URL Handler Stack-based Buffer Overflow" — an attacker could overflow a stack-based buffer, using either HTML, Javascript or a QTL file as attack vector, leading to … Continue reading

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RealPlayer 1.1 for Mobile Devices Supports RealVideo 9

  Mobile RealPlayer 1.1 Features:   Playback of RealAudio, RealVideo and 3GPP compliant content via streaming or download Seamless integration with the RealPlayer for PC to drag and drop MP3 and RealAudio files to devices Access to news, sports, movies, … Continue reading

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Microsoft Enhances Internet Explorer’s RSS with Pop-up Notification

Feeds Plus Add-on: While Outlook 2007 has RSS Feed Notification built-in, Microsoft’s RSS Team has released an unofficial add-on that notifies you if you have new RSS feeds to read.   –> Download RSS Feeds Plus <–

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Microsoft Makes Learning Office 2007 as Easy as Office 2003

I wish I had this when I began using Office 2007 a year ago! Learning "where" Microsoft placed familiar features drove me cRazY — but now it’s so easy with these new online resources. "These visual, interactive reference guides helps … Continue reading

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Microsoft’s Rick Brewster Releases Paint.NET 3.0

  Rick Brewster’s Blog: It’s done! Thanks to everyone who’s given feedback and submitted bugs and suggestions, they have really helped improved the quality and stability of the program. Paint.NET is image and photo manipulation software designed to be used on … Continue reading

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