Microsoft will be releasing the Windows 8 Beta today. Download links for the will be available in the Windows 8 Download Center
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Microsoft took a public relations battering this week when they announced that one of the most useful features in the OS, Drive Extender, a technology that allows you to add [...]
Time really does seem to fly, Windows 95 seems to be a bleak memory now when you think back to it, but what about Windows 1.0. Yes number 1, the [...]
Apple seem to have gone fairly quiet on the Mac front over the last couple of months and have mainly just been focusing on iOS. We barely got a mention [...]
There’s been huge amounts of speculation about exactly when Microsoft would officially unveil Windows Phone 7 but now we finally have the date. At a pre-announced event in New York [...]
Android is without doubt becoming one of the most popular operating systems and is taking the world by storm. Of course there seems to be countless flavors of the OS [...]
The Cisco Cius, unlike other tablets, like Apple’s iPad which is intended for the home / personal consumer market, the Cius is designed for business users. Specific pricing was not announced, but expectations are that the company will offer it at retail for less than $1,000.
You know what it’s like when you’re sitting on really great news for several months but you can’t tell anyone? Well after a long period of frustration I can now [...]
There are several million users of Tiger. However, Tiger is being overlooked for updates. For example, in February, the Mozilla development team said it would not provide support for Tiger in the next major update of Firefox.
Managed code is a program set created by Microsoft that will identify and use program code under the control of Common Language Runtime virtual machine. The development of program code then will operate only under the “management” of a CLR. The Midori Project and The Singularity Operating System use managed code.
There’s an interesting titbit come out of Google with Will Drewry, one of their software security engineers, saying that in addition to the consumer edition of Chrome OS appearing later [...]
Red Star is the Linux like Operating system with a Windows7 GUI. It also has an OpenOffice like office suite, and a FireFox like browser named My Country. Other features include an e-mail client called Pigeon. Also developed by North Korea software engineers are a firewall called Pyongyang Fortress and an antivirus program called Woodpecker. These are just the kind of programs every dictatorship needs.
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