Monthly Archives: September 2010

7+ Keyboard Shortcuts for Internet Explorer 9 Beta

  Microsoft MSDN Blogger, Gus Chahine, has published his top 7 keyboard shortcuts for Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 9 Beta. Alt – Shows the menu bar. After making a selection, the menu bar goes away.   Alt+M – Go to your homepage … Continue reading

Posted in Links to Know Where | 2 Comments

Microsoft Releases Final Windows Phone 7 Developer Tools

  Microsoft has announced the final release of the Windows Phone 7 Developer Tools.  (Thanks Laura) Download –> Final Windows Phone 7 Developer Tools Click Here for All Free Windows Phone 7 Software & Resources

Posted in Links to Know Where | Leave a comment

Xing Releases Microsoft Outlook 2010 Social Connector

  XING Connector – Manage your network with ease in Microsoft Outlook!  Now you can benefit from all of the advantages offered by your favorite business network directly from Microsoft Outlook. Easily keep contact details of your business partners and … Continue reading

Posted in Links to Know Where | Leave a comment

Adobe Releases “Square” – Flash Player for Internet Explorer 9

  Adobe Labs has released a test preview of their Square – Flash Player for Internet Explorer 9 The key new capabilities in the Flash Player "Square" preview are:   64-bit support — Native support for 64-bit operating systems and 64-bit web … Continue reading

Posted in Links to Know Where | Leave a comment

Microsoft Releases Direct Download Links for “Internet Explorer 9 Beta” Software & Resources

  Soon after Microsoft launched Internet Explorer 9 today, they’ve now released direct links for downloading Internet Explorer 9 Betas. Internet Explorer 9 delivers web sites and applications that look and perform like native PC applications through the power of … Continue reading

Posted in Links to Know Where | 1 Comment

Microsoft Launches Internet Explorer 9 Beta (Sorry NO Windows XP!)

  Internet Explorer 9 Beta launched today accompanied by over 70 top websites and global brands to show off the capabilities of the new browser, which delivers a fast, clean, trusted and interoperable online experience. Download –> Internet Explorer 9 Beta

Posted in Important Updates! | Leave a comment

Microsoft Updates “User Profile Hive Cleanup” Service for Windows XP

  In my world, I still support Windows XP . . . and I still need the User Profile Hive Cleanup to resolve slow user log offs.  So this is still a nice upgrade *sigh* User Profile Hive Cleanup service helps … Continue reading

Posted in Important Updates! | 1 Comment

OneNote Notebook Cleaner & Privatizer PowerToy Updated for OneNote 2010

  Microsoft MSDN Blogger, John Guin, has posted Gary Neitzke’s updated OneNote Notebook Cleaner & Privatizer PowerToy prepares a "shared" notebook for distribution. Download –> OneNote-2010 Notebook Cleaner & Privatizer PowerToy Click Here for All Free Microsoft Office 2010 Software & … Continue reading

Posted in Links to Know Where | Leave a comment

Microsoft Releases “Sysinternals Suite” – All of Mark Russinovich’s Tools in One Download!

  Sysinternals Suite – Microsoft’s Sysinternals Troubleshooting Utilities have been rolled up into a single Suite of tools.  This file contains the individual troubleshooting tools and help files.  It does not contain non-troubleshooting tools like the BSOD Screen Saver or NotMyFault. The … Continue reading

Posted in Links to Know Where | Leave a comment

Microsoft Releases Windows 7 SteadyState Resources

  Windows SteadyState will no longer be available after December 31, 2010 — but who cares, it never supported Windows 7; however, many of SteadyState’s features can be replicated by using native Windows 7 features and free tools from Microsoft.    … Continue reading

Posted in Links to Know Where | 1 Comment