Monthly Archives: May 2008

Dan Cunningham Updates Workstation Migration Assistant 1.0 to RC3

  Dan Cunningham has posted the third release canditate of his Workstation Migration Assistant 1.0 program. BLAKE: Workstation Migration Assistant is a visual wrapper for the User State Migration Tool, designed to simplify the capture / restore process for your … Continue reading

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Microsoft Releases, Removes, Then Releases “The Five Misunderstood Features in Windows Vista”

  On May 13th Microsoft released "The Five Misunderstood Features in Windows Vista" — then removed it less than a week later. So now Microsoft has (re)released "The Five Misunderstood Features in Windows Vista"   Not sure what has been … Continue reading

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Microsoft Releases “MSN Direct” News Service for Windows Mobile Devices

  The MSN Direct for Windows Mobile Technology Preview displays updated, customizable, information in a nice, clean UI.   Top Stories Weather Stocks World News Sports Entertainment Click Here for All Free Windows Mobile Software

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Microsoft Upgrades MSN Toolbar with Silverlight

  Microsoft continues to update their MSN Toolbar — this time it’s "really pretty" (^_^) Put information at your fingertips: See headlines and features from eight popular MSN channels. Simply click on channel buttons to preview, then choose any link … Continue reading

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10 Things To Do When Windows XP Won’t Boot

  Nice, quick article from TechRepublic suggesting: "10 things you can do when Windows XP won’t booot". Use a Windows startup disk Use Last Known Good Configuration Use System Restore Use Recovery Console Fix a corrupt Boot.ini Fix a corrupt … Continue reading

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Microsoft Removes: The Five Misunderstood Features in Windows Vista

  It was less than a week ago that Microsoft released "The Five Misunderstood Features in Windows Vista" document — but now it appears to have been removed from the Microsoft Download site. Huh – what’s going on?

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My Advice? Still Don’t Upgrade to Windows Vista, Get a New Computer! – Part II

  Keith Combs politely replied to my email to say he wasn’t happy for putting words in his mouth, and taking him out of context.   Keith does not have a monopoly on being passionate about Windows Vista — I steadily … Continue reading

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