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Microsoft Debuts New Personalization Gallery for Windows Commented on: 4 years ago (November 4, 2012) Re: WLMM2011 for Win7, why not let people choose? Essentials 2012 is nice and all, but the updated Movie Maker is incompatible with a lot of lower end hardware (DirectX 10 vs DirectX 9). WMM 2011... Software Store Introduces New Windows 7 for over 50 Percent off, Launches Resource Center for Windows 7, and Announces Release-Day Delivery Commented on: 8 years ago (June 26, 2009) SO I'm assuming there'd be no problem if you currently have Vista Ultimate?
Don't forget: Today's the day for Morro Commented on: 8 years ago (June 23, 2009) Yup, I live in Canada and had no problems downloading MSE with my Connect ID.
As promised, Windows Vista (and Server 2008) SP2 ships in May Commented on: 8 years ago (May 26, 2009) Can anyone get the 64-bit edition? The link above keeps bumping me back to the 32-bit edition.
Sorry, Virginia, but there is no IE performance 'fix' Commented on: 8 years ago (March 29, 2009) "Zap your PRAM" LOL! Man, I haven't heard that one in years!
Norton Takes on Vista's User Account Control Commented on: 8 years ago (October 10, 2008) Really, just how useful is this product? I've been wary of Symantec stuff for a couple of years now, if only because they need to offer standalone uninstallers because their built-in ones can't do...
Getting it wrong about Windows Vista x64 Commented on: 8 years ago (October 9, 2008) No offence intended Paul, but wasn't your Windows Secrets book co-written with the guy that heads that Windows Secrets website? Or was that only the first edition?
Vista tip of the week: Change file type associations on the fly Commented on: 9 years ago (July 7, 2008) Is that per user, or would the assoc command set it for all users?
Whatever happened to Microsoft's DRM plan? Commented on: 9 years ago (June 25, 2008) Bitlocker's never really caught my interest. I've had great luck with TrueCrypt. It's free and works with lower ends of Vista, XP, MacOS X, etc, and the latest version lets you encrypt the entire...
Mozilla Firefox 3 blows its world record goal out of the water with 8.3 million downloads in 24 hours Commented on: 9 years ago (June 18, 2008) Guess they're having Microsoft's cake AND eating it too! (Kudos to MS for sending them one though)

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