Monthly Archives: March 2007

Microsoft’s “Asirra” Asks: Do You Know a Cat When You See One?

  When creating a new account on a website, or posting a comment online — you’re sometimes requested to type a "password" that is written against a grid in a font that is extremely difficult to read.   The purpose … Continue reading

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Missing Windows Vista HyperTerminal Program “Found”

  While Microsoft has stated that "HyperTerminal is no longer part of Windows. However, you can use Telnet. " – you can still download the original HyperTerminal Private Edition from Hilgraeve software! –> Download HyperTerminal Private Edition <–   Click … Continue reading

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Yahoo Updates Their “Widgets”

Microsoft’s New Windows Vista has Sidebar Gadgets  — and Apple Mac users have their Dashboard Widgets. But since Windows XP users will not be getting Gadgets from Microsoft, the only solution is (still) Yahoo’s Widgets. (Which I’ve recommended when it was written by … Continue reading

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Microsoft Releases Free “Bullet Witch” Xbox Prima Game Strategy Guide

 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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“TrueCrypt” Updated Disk Encryption Now Supports Windows Vista

  TrueCrypt 4.3 free open-source disk encryption software has been updated with new features and Windows Vista 32 & 64 bit compatibility.  New features:   Full compatibility with 32-bit and 64-bit Windows Vista: Support for User Account Control (UAC). All … Continue reading

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Free Adobe PDF Preview Handler for Windows Vista and Microsoft Outlook 2007

  After Microsoft’s Time Heuer helped release the Foxit PDF Preview Handler — Microsoft’s Ryan Gregg wrote his Adobe PDF Preview Handler that lets you preview PDF attachments in Outlook 2007 or from the explorer in Windows Vista. –> Download … Continue reading

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Microsoft Announces “The Panel” to Help WPF & XAML Developers

  The Panel – "With the advent of the Windows Vista Presentation Foundation and the new Extensible Application Markup Language (XAML) stunning 3D visualizations of your applications and animations will be easy to implement. The new Windows Live™ services and Vista … Continue reading

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