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Making Windows 7 Home Premium more Professional, or perhaps even the Ultimate Windows version Commented on: 5 years ago (August 27, 2009) When I think of encryption, PGP usually comes to mind. http://www.pgp.com The free version does just email, the full and priced desktop...
Windows 7 RTM on MSDN, TechNet Commented on: 5 years ago (August 6, 2009) Downloading yesterday was s . l . o . w But overnight it must have picked right up and the ISO completed. I'm downloading another ISO right now and it is coming in fast. You guys might want to know...
Microsoft kills Windows 7 E Editions Commented on: 5 years ago (August 1, 2009) @rogerandersonuk :o) 'Get a clue.
Microsoft announces RTM for Windows 7 and Server 2008 R2 Commented on: 5 years ago (July 22, 2009) Yay, Congrats to the Microsoft people and to PC users and to book writers who write about Windows lol
Microsoft shutting down MSN Soapbox Commented on: 5 years ago (July 22, 2009) I find with Microsoft makes "answers" that they usually are over-marketed. For instance. Take Bing's News. There's News search, but when one just wants todays headlines, one has to click on the MSN...
Microsoft dangles a few more Windows 7 release details over our heads Commented on: 5 years ago (July 22, 2009) @Paul Way back, no not regular time, way back in Internet time, well it was a while in real time too, I wasn't an official beta tester but I was quite involved in running the Betas and release...
Gorgeous Firefox 3.7 for Windows mockups Commented on: 5 years ago (July 21, 2009) What more security holes !? First 3.5, which was so riddled with holes they had to come out with a point one release 3.5.1 and now 3.7. Internet Explorer is the only browser that runs in Protected...
I Amsterdam Commented on: 5 years ago (July 18, 2009) "Are we entering a post-Microsoft world?" Nope. Hm .. now you don't have to fly to Amsterdam - but you will probably feel obliged to invite Bink to dinner. Oh the old ways where friends would...
Firefox 3.5.1 Commented on: 5 years ago (July 17, 2009) I don't use it. Has too 'lite' a feel for me.
Microsoft adding Windows 7 support to Windows Home Server Commented on: 5 years ago (July 17, 2009) I guess one could build one's own 'home server', eh? A few scripts etc. etc. 'Would make for an interesting project.
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