Category Archives: Know Where Know-How

DEFINE: Art Versus Science

ART = Art is the field of “creation” and “searching” SCIENCE = Science is the field of “recreation” and “researching” The whole point of recreating a scientific experiment is to always get the same result. If you receive a different … Continue reading

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Microsoft’s New Website "Your Browser Matters" Test’s Your Browser’s Security

Your Browser Matters: Microsoft’s new website was created to show you how your browser helps keep you secure online. Key Security Features: Dangerous Downloads Does the browser help protect you from websites that are known to distribute socially engineered malware? … Continue reading

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How to Enable Safe Mode Boot in Windows 8 Preview (Since F8 Doesn’t Work)

UPDATE: Simply Press <Shift> + <F8> Microsoft TechNet blogger, Juan Antonio Diaz, has documented the procedure for enabling Safe Mode in Windows 8 Developer Preview (since pressing the <F8> Key does not work!) STEP #1) From the Windows 8 home … Continue reading

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Windows 8 Preview Available Now!

Later tonight, You can now download the first Windows 8 Preview via the new Windows Dev Center. Download –> Windows Developer Preview with developer tools English, 64-bit (x64)Download –> Windows Developer Preview English, 64-bit (x64)Download –> Windows Developer Preview English, … Continue reading

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NASA Releases 3D App: “Eyes on the Solar System”

I’ve been a big fan of Microsoft’s WorldWide Telescope project – and now NASA has joined the fun with their 3D application. NASA’s “Eyes on the Solar System” is a 3-D environment full of real NASA mission data. Explore the … Continue reading

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Microsoft CodePlex Releases First Kinect for Windows Projects

It was only a few days ago Microsoft released their Kinect for Windows SDK beta — yet CodePlex already has released a few proof of concepts available for download! Coding4Fun Kinect Toolkit contains both a WinForm and WPF version due to … Continue reading

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Test Drive Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 9 Mobile Browser Features

Micorosft has begun showing-off their upcoming Internet Explorer 9 Mobile browser features. HTML5 Demos – Deliver interoperability through web standards including HTML5 and ES5. Audio Player Geolocation Border Radius DOM Local Storage Scalable Vector Graphics CSS3 Media Queries DOMContentLoaded Performance … Continue reading

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