Monthly Archives: June 2008

Microsoft Updates Roadmap for Windows XP, Windows Vista & Windows 7

  Microsoft’s Senior Vice President, Bill Veghte has published "An Update on the Windows Roadmap" for the more than 1 billion Windows users. QUICK RECAP: The Future of Windows XP:   End of RETAIL Sales = June 30, 2008 End … Continue reading

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Microsoft Releases 6 Free Works Style Templates for Download

  Microsoft has released 6 free style templates for their "other" word processing program; Works. Available in both DOC and WPS formats (except the "Floral Stripe" Template).   "Chocolate Blue Tendrils" Style – DOC Templates or WPS Templates Includes: Calendar Card Checklist Fax … Continue reading

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Mozilla Releases Firefox 3 Web Browser

  Mozilla has released the third version of their popular Web Browser "Firefox" NEW FEATURES: One-Click Bookmarking: Bookmark, search and organize Web sites quickly and easily. Improved Performance: View Web pages faster, using less of your computer’s memory. Smart Location … Continue reading

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Windows Vista: Answers to Frequently Asked Questions – Part II

  When Windows Vista was released, I was always asked a common set of questions from end-users. So I compiled the "Tips, Answers & Solutions for First Time Users" As a Microsoft MVP, I’ve spent the past year giving a new … Continue reading

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Microsoft Updates Pro Photo Tools for 64-Bit

  Microsoft Pro Photo Tools provides a set of tools photographers can use to perform various tasks with their images—including RAW captures. With Pro Photo Tools, you can quickly geotag your digital photos and determine location name automatically. You can … Continue reading

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Microsoft Releases Final Version of Windows SteadyState 2.5

  "Whether you manage computers in a school computer lab or an Internet café, a library, or even in your home, Windows SteadyState (formerly known as Shared Computer Toolkit) helps make it easy for you to keep your computers running … Continue reading

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Dan Cunningham Releases Final Workstation Migration Assistant

  Dan Cunningham has posted his completed (is software ever really finished?) 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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