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Windows 8.1 with Bing Revealed Commented on: 27 weeks ago (March 7, 2014)

Any chance this will trickle down to be the OEM version people building cheap machines will purchase at MicroCenter and the like? That price is low enough to kill a lot of Windows piracy and...

Zero Data: The Hardest Part is Saying Goodbye Commented on: 1 year ago (January 13, 2013)

I've had GREAT success destroying data on CDs and DVD rapidly by microwaving them for just a few seconds. Quick, and quite a nice little light show. DO NOT GO MORE THAN 10 SECONDS!

For hard...

Windows 7: Elegant, yes. But too many tiny inconsistencies Commented on: 5 years ago (May 9, 2009) Silly Paul... they're not bugs. They're intentional spelling decisions designed to keep you on your toes. :-P
How to set up a new PC in one easy session Commented on: 5 years ago (September 23, 2008) Did anyone mention Belarc Advisor (www.belarc.com). This nifty little program does a nice software inventory and can pull the registration...
Taming Microsoft Word 2007’s File Associations and Document Windows, Part One Commented on: 6 years ago (August 31, 2008) Some features just make no sense either.
Dell Studio Hybrid Desktops Commented on: 6 years ago (July 30, 2008) Is this the Dell version of the Mac Mini?
Windows Updates Downloader Commented on: 6 years ago (July 22, 2008) I think I remember Steve Gibson talking on the Security Now Podcast about a similar solutions that did not involve slipstreaming: Offline Update by Heise Security:...
iTunes is not reliable Commented on: 6 years ago (July 18, 2008) I was wondering if you checked your Outlook PST file with SCANPST.EXE to make sure there was not anything a little bit corrupted in it that might me causing iTunes to crash. I've found that my other...
Microsoft Will Not Extend XP Lifecycle Again: Here's What's Really Happening Commented on: 6 years ago (June 5, 2008) What I do not understand is why, if MS is so convinced people do not want Windows XP, do they not just continue to sell it and see what happens? They could simply raise the price $10 every month...
As expected, OLPC embraces Windows Commented on: 6 years ago (May 15, 2008) OLPC = One License Per Child Perhaps it should be renamed the OWLPC One Windows License Per Child.
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