The Microsoft [MSFT] Kinect has certainly been good for hacking and making it do things that Microsoft didn’t originally plan for it to do.
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Internet Explorer 9 is a complete departure from earlier versions of the Microsoft Internet Explorer web browser. It embraces the latest web technologies and treats web sites more like applications.
Looks like another employee has accidentally leaked company secrets. Well, not secrets about his own company. It seems one Derek Goode, in possession of slides on Windows 8, posted them online in a public place. Probably by accident, but you never know.
It seems that Microsoft has finally redeemed themselves in the Windows 7 operating system, selling 150 million licenses of the new operating system so far. After Windows XP, Vista was released, to the dismay of many customers and users.
Chances are that you have already got in touch with the leaked version of Windows 7 SP1. For those out there who haven’t yet done that, here’s something that could prove helpful.
Looking for a look at Windows Mobile 7 but listeners want to splash on a new or register a lengthy new contract? Wallet fear even in the hands of a compelling mobile phone shop seller
It seemed only hours ago Microsoft stood by their decision not to change the UAC control panel behavior in Windows insisting it was “by design”. Oh wait, it was only hours ago. Nevertheless, three hours and numerous comments later, Microsoft reversed their decision for the better of all Windows 7 users.
It is blasphemy, we know. But Citrix has your Windows 7-thin client running iPad emulator. It will probably be placed on the market if that iPad on March 26 (or thereabouts) is released. As a Mac in business, writes, iPad as a thin client?
How many of you know, I had a chance to play with a Microsoft Surface, while I attended Gnomedex last August. I was so impressed, I decided I had to learn more.
Windows 7 is the next version of Microsoft Windows that will replace Windows Vista. Microsoft announces that the development of Windows 7 in three years.