Monthly Archives: February 2009

Microsoft Releases “Canvas” Navigation for OneNote 2007

  Canvas for OneNote 2007 allows you to navigate and edit notebooks in a new way by providing a high-level canvas-view of all your content. The prototype lets you zoom and pan around; view and organize content in new ways; … Continue reading

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Cisco Releases Free WiFi Speed Test for Blackberry & iPhone Mobile Devices

  Cisco has released "Global Internet Speed Test" (GIST), which helps you quickly understand the “gist” of what your network speed can deliver at any given time.  Users can submit their test location enabling the global user community to learn … Continue reading

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AuthenTec Releases Windows 7 Fingerprint Hardware Drivers

  AuthenTec is providing participants in the Windows 7 beta program software that supports the use of AuthenTec fingerprint sensors in Windows 7-based PCs.  AuthenTec fingerprint sensors have enhanced security and convenience features such as password replacement, fast user switching, … Continue reading

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Microsoft Releases Updates for Windows 7 Addressing Common Application Compatibility Issues

  Microsoft has released software updates to address common application compatibility issues in Windows 7 Beta. This update will NOT appear through Windows Automatic Updates (Support: KB967062)   UPDATE: This update did appear on automatic updates the following day! Huh? … Continue reading

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Microsoft Releases Updated “Remote Server Administration Tools” for Windows Vista 64 SP1

  Microsoft has updated their Remote Server Administration Tools for Windows Vista 64 SP1 which enables IT administrators to remotely manage roles and features in Windows Server 2008 (Support: KB94131) –> Download Remote Server Administration Tools for Windows Vista 64 … Continue reading

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Microsoft Hands Monopoly Baton to Google (^_^)

  As a Microsoft MVP, I’m continually asked (teased?) about Microsoft’s software "monopoly" — I explain that while I believe they’ve leveraged their large user base to “bully” some vendors . . . Microsoft has ALWAYS been about creating an … Continue reading

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Microsoft Blogger Recommends 70 Free Dual Monitor Wallpapers

  Microsoft has long believed that "two monitors are better than one." – and MSDN Blogger, Steve Clayton, agrees and is recommending 70 beautiful wallpapers from Smashing Magazine that "panoramically" stretch across both monitor screens. –> Download Dual Monitor Wallpapers Click … Continue reading

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