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Worst blog post ever? Or worst blog ever? Commented on: 5 years ago (July 9, 2009) Obviously this is a lame attempt to generate interest in a supposed Google OS. Until there is an official statement from Google you have to take this and any other such postings with a grain of salt..
Introducing the Google Chrome OS Commented on: 5 years ago (July 8, 2009) I know I wouldn't feel comfortable having my data sitting on google's servers, what about privacy & security issues for starters.
Windows 7 build 7264: Evidence of the E editions Commented on: 5 years ago (July 3, 2009) Waethorn O\T Thanks for the heads up re requiring a vista disk + sp1 per your instructions. You are correct the sysprep image has changed in SP1. I will certainly find this info useful for my work...
Possible evidence of 3-PC Windows 7 Home Premium Family Pack licensing Commented on: 5 years ago (July 2, 2009) As Paul said this is big and hopefully it comes to fruition as a 3-PC Family Pack License with the right pricing would have wide spread support.
Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 SP2 now available in all languages Commented on: 5 years ago (July 1, 2009) @daveinla Microsoft have gone about this half-arsed, instead of making it more widely available all they have done is cause confusion with the mixed messages they are sending out.
Firefox 3.5 Commented on: 5 years ago (June 30, 2009) @mikegalos You have made some interesting points regarding the amount of money Mozilla gets from Google. As for 'donate to us' sheeesh!!!! Internet Explorer has improved markedely since the release...
Classic Start Menu for Windows 7 ... for a price Commented on: 5 years ago (June 29, 2009) For goodness sake haven't we moved on from classic menu's several years ago. Of course you can configure this to the way you want but paying money for it is ludicrous.
Windows 7 question of the day: Do you get 32-bit or 64-bit discs? And the answer is.... (UPDATED) Commented on: 5 years ago (June 26, 2009) @subzero I agree that x64 is better than x32 right now and is only going to get better. What about for those in other countries that cannot get these cheaper upgrade prices such as Australia. This...
Clean install with Windows 7 Upgrade media? What about x64 upgrades? Commented on: 5 years ago (June 25, 2009) Giving legitimate users the option of performing a clean install using the Windows upgrade media should be a given seeing how much money we spend purchasing Microsoft software. Paul did a very good...
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