Monthly Archives: December 2009

Free eBook: 50 Windows 7 Tips, Tricks & Tweaks

  Joining Microsoft’s lists of 30 and 77 Windows 7 Tips — Vasu Jain has collected 50 tips, tricks & tweaks in his free eBook Windows 7: Tips & Tricks  (Thanks Steve) Download –> Windows 7: Tips & Tricks (PDF … Continue reading

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Two (More) Free Utilities for Microsoft’s Windows 7!

  Microsoft Blogger, Kurt Shintaku, found two free Windows 7 tools worth a (re)mention:  Power Plan Assistant & WhoCrashed. Power Plan Assistant is a smart power plan management application, designed specifically for Windows 7. Easily manage & switch between all of … Continue reading

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Microsoft Releases “Indic Language Input Tool” Supporting 6 Indian Languages

  Microsoft Indic Language Input Tool helps you enter Indian language text easily into any application in Microsoft Windows or on any page on the Web. The primary input mechanism is transliteration. Additionally, it provides a visual keyboard to assist … Continue reading

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Two More Microsoft Windows Server Teams Join Twitter

  Two more Microsoft Windows Server Teams join Twitter: @EBSblog – Windows Essential Business Server Team @SBSblog – Small Business Server Support & Product Group Click Here for the Complete "Un-Official" List of Microsoft Twitter Feeds

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Microsoft Releases Free Search Server 2008 Express Version 2.0

  Search Server 2008 Express – Bring enterprise search to your organization quickly and easily for FREE with Microsoft’s Search Server 2008 Express. Product Highlights:   Reduce your risk in choosing a search solution by starting with a free, full … Continue reading

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Microsoft Releases MFCopy for Copying Windows 7 Multimedia Files

  MFCopy is a command line tool showcasing the Windows 7 Media Foundation source reader and sink writer APIs.  This tool copies multimedia files from one multimedia container to another.  Copying can involve simply remultiplexing the streams, transcoding to convert … Continue reading

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Microsoft Releases Bing App for iPhone

  Microsoft has released their official Bing App for iPhone and iPod touch; available from the iTunes App Store, or m.bing.com.  (Thanks Kristin) Download –> Bing App for iPhone Click Here for All Free Bing Sofware & Resources

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