Monthly Archives: April 2008

Microsoft Releases Speech Recognition Macros for Windows Vista

  The Windows Speech Recognition Macros tool (Technical Preview) extends the usefulness of the speech recognition capabilities in Windows Vista. Users can create powerful macros that are triggered by spoken commands which can perform a series of tasks from as … Continue reading

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Microsoft Launches Service for Creating Free Online Training Courses

  The Learning Content Development System, or LCDS, is a forms-based tool that anyone can use to create e-learning content. By using the LCDS, you can:   Develop and deliver content quickly, while it is timely and relevant.  Distribute your … Continue reading

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Apple Updates Macintosh “Boot Camp” for Windows XP SP 3 and Windows Vista 32 & 64

  Apple has released an updated version of their "Boot Camp" program, allowing Macintosh computer to run Microsoft Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 64. This update is "highly recommended for all Boot Camp users."     Boot Camp Update 2.1 for Windows … Continue reading

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Microsoft Updates FolderShare Client for Windows

  FolderShare allows you to share files and access your computer(s) remotely. This updated Windows Version: 14.0.1331.0415 helps improve security and reliability. (Thanks FolderShare Team) –> Download FolderShare for Windows IMPORTANT NOTE: To bring as many people as possible up … Continue reading

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Microsoft Releases Live Mesh – Your new digital life, (shared) in detail

  Microsoft’s Live Mesh (Tech Preview) – Your new digital life, (shared) in detail. All your devices working together No more e-mailing attachments to yourself. Instead, synchronize the information you need across all your devices. The most up-to-date versions will be at … Continue reading

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WTF? Sun Java Update Installs “Puzzle Pirates” Game as Default!

  I’m already upset that Apple attempts to install their Safari browser because of a QuickTime or iTunes upgrade.   And I’m not pleased that Adobe always wants to install the Google Toolbar or Google Desktop when installing or upgrading … Continue reading

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Microsoft Releases Office Visio 2007 Professional SQL Server Add-In

  Office Visio 2007 Professional SQL Server Add-In is a tool for IT administrators who require constant interactions with the users for the installations of the SQL server in any IT infrastructure. (Support: Users Guide) –> Download Office Visio 2007 … Continue reading

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