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Nipping silliness in the bud: Windows 7 SKUs and pricing Commented on: 5 years ago (January 28, 2009) mikeaspatrick: Ultimate contains all the features from the home and business editions, for those who want the business features as well as the extra media features and whatnot. it's more than just...
Microsoft's Woes Can't Be Blamed on Vista Commented on: 5 years ago (January 28, 2009) Wae: I have to ask, have you heard of a little gem called Portal? or, speaking more recently, Left 4 Dead? Team Fortress 2? All of these were/are huge hits from Valve, and with good reason.
Office 14 alpha screenshots Commented on: 5 years ago (January 15, 2009) I don't understand what they've done with the main menu button. Sinofsky specifically stated they placed the office button in the top left corner to take advantage of the screen corner, the most...
Google releases preview of Chrome 2.0 Commented on: 5 years ago (January 9, 2009) It is strange seeing a 2.0 prerelease only four months after the original beta was released. i have no malice for chrome, but some of these features really should've been in 1.0 to begin with, and...
Windows 7 is good, maybe even great. But it's not magic Commented on: 5 years ago (January 6, 2009) I'll have to try this on my Q1 sometime. Vista ran relatively well on it, all things considered; though it did not have aero enabled. I actually preferred using Vista on it rather than XP, amazingly...
Problem with Zune was Toshiba’s fault, not Microsoft’s Commented on: 5 years ago (January 5, 2009) This is really sort of a strange issue. First off, i would like to make note that this isn't even Toshiba's fault, technically; Freescale wrote the buggy driver that caused this issue, IIRC. This is...
Windows 7 Aero Snap keyboard shortcuts Commented on: 5 years ago (November 6, 2008) it doesn't work that way; it only snaps when you actually touch the edge of the screen with your mouse while dragging a window, and it lets you know by displaying a glass pane where it'll 'snap' to,...
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