Monthly Archives: May 2009

Increase Your Windows 7’s Portable’s Battery Life with “Power Management Reports”

  Windows 7’s Power Management Reports determines why your laptop’s battery life is not as good as the manufacturer’s specification!   The Power Management Reports command performs a 60 second analysis of your computer’s energy consumption and provides you with … Continue reading

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Download Coldplay’s “LeftRightLeftRightLeft” CD for Free

  Coldplay is giving away a live-version of their "LeftRightLeftRightLeft" CD for Free! "LeftRightLeftRightLeft" Song List Glass Of Water 42 Clocks Strawberry Swing The Hardest Part / Postcards From Far Away Viva La Vida Death Will Never Conquer Fix You … Continue reading

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Microsoft’s CodePlex Releases “MP4 Explorer” – Video Metadata Viewer for Windows 7

  MP4 Explorer extracts all the information, metadata and data from MP4 / MPEG-4 iso video files. –> Download "MP4 Explorer" Click Here for All Windows 7 Software & Resources

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Microsoft Releases Free Windows 7 Online Training Clinics for Consumers & Professionals

  Clinic 10125 – What’s New in Windows 7 for Consumers: This one-hour clinic provides you with an overview of key enhancements in Windows 7 that help you work more efficiently and easily with your computers. It describes the new features … Continue reading

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Microsoft TechNet Blogger Recommends “Portable Windows Movie Maker” for Windows 7

  When Windows Vista was released, Microsoft removed a few features (i.e. capture external video, advanced editing features) —  these features are also sadly missing from Windows 7.   To restore these missing Windows 7 features, French Microsoft TechNet Blogger, … Continue reading

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How to Manage Windows 7 Shims in an Enterprise

  Managing Shims in an Enterprise provides reusable guidance for reducing the cost of deployment for Windows 7 by accelerating the mitigation of blocking application compatibility issues—including understanding how shims work, when to consider applying shims, and how to manage the … Continue reading

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Microsoft Begins Taking Sign-ups for Office 2010 Technical Preview Waiting List

  Microsoft’s Office 2010 Technical Preview is a limited, invitation only program which will provide you with the opportunity to experience early, pre-release versions of Office 2010 which will include the following applications:  Word 2010, Excel 2010, Outlook 2010, PowerPoint … Continue reading

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Microsoft Will Release Windows 7 for 2009 Holiday Season

  Today, Microsoft announced they anticipate that Windows 7 will be available to customers in time for the holiday shopping season.   Thankfully, I now don’t have to keep this a secret — and you can stop asking me "When?" (^_^)

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Microsoft Blogger Recommends “MultiMap” Mapping Add-in for Outlook 2007

  Microsoft MSDN Blogger, Steve Clayton, is recommending MultiMap Add-in for Outlook 2007 which allows fast and simple insertion of maps to Outlook meetings, contacts and emails. MultiMap Features:   Meeting Requests Maps – Add maps to your meeting requests … Continue reading

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Microsoft MVP Releases Updated “visViewer” – Free Visio Document Viewer Wrapper

  Fellow Microsoft MVP, David Parker, recently updated his visViewer shareware program that allows non-Visio users to view Visio documents. BACKGROUND: Microsoft’s free Visio 2007 Viewer provides the ability for Visio documents to be viewed by non-Visio users.  Microsoft’s Visio viewer … Continue reading

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