Monthly Archives: January 2010

Free “PowerPoint Twitter Tools” for Microsoft Office 2003 & 2007

  MSDN Blogger, Dan Fay, recommends this free PowerPoint Twitter Tools for Microsoft Office 2003 & 2007. PowerPoint Twitter Tools makes PowerPoint Presentations a more interactive, Web 2.0 experience. The PowerPoint Twitter Tools allow presenters to see and react to … Continue reading

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Microsoft TechNet Blogger Updates “Service Manager” Visio Shapes & Templates

  Microsoft TechNet Blogger, Bill Anderson, has updated their Operations Manager Team’s free Service Manager Visio Shapes & Templates. Download —> Service Manager Visio Shapes & Templates   NOTE FROM BILL:  If you do decide to modify text labels for … Continue reading

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Microsoft Releases “Silverlight 4 Facebook Client” for Windows & Mac OS X

  Microsoft’s Silverlight 4 Facebook Client application brings together the many compelling platform capabilities of Silverlight 4 into a rich out-of-browser application in the familiar context of Facebook.  "Enjoy the photos, feeds, events, friends’ walls, and inbox mail from your Facebook … Continue reading

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Microsoft Updates “Windows NT Backup Restore Utility” for Windows 7

  Windows NT Backup Restore Utility for Windows 7 restores backups made on Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 to computers that are running Windows 7. Download –> Windows NT Backup Restore Utility for Windows 7 (or Windows 7 64-Bit) Click Here … Continue reading

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Opinion & Review: Apple’s iPad

  I’ve been asked a zillion times today to comment on Apple’s new iPad — so it appears I must: As a Microsoft MVP I have an obvious bias — Apple does not work with outside vendors, they don’t have … Continue reading

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Microsoft Releases “Automated Troubleshooting Services” for Windows XP & Windows Vista

  Automated Troubleshooting Services:  Automatically detect and fix common maintenance problems such as broken desktop shortcuts, unused icons, disk volume errors, and incorrect system time display.  (Thanks Chris) How it works . . . Microsoft Automated Troubleshooting Services scans your … Continue reading

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Microsoft Releases “Tagr” Game for Microsoft Office’s ClickArt & Images

  Tagr GAME OBJECTIVE:  Think-up words describing Microsoft Office’s 150,000+ ClickArt / Images you see.  Think-up as many as you can, and type them into your word list. 3 MINUTES:  You have 3 minutes to scroll through as many (or few) … Continue reading

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