You may have read earlier that Microsoft has decided to discontinue downloads of the very useful Windows SteadyState after this year. While one can always achieve a Steady State in Windows 7 using Group Policy, native Windows 7 features, and […]
Microsoft has now released Version 1.0 beta of the P2V (Physical to Virtual) Migration Tool at its Microsoft Connect portal. To download the tool and release notes from the site, you require a WindowsLive ID.
Microsoft officially announced that the Office for Mac 2011 is Released To Manufacturers. This means that the product reached to its final stage and now is being sent to production after the product went through as many as 6 beta […]
Windows SteadyState is a useful tool for shared-computer access; however, it supports 32-bit versions of Windows XP and Windows Vista only. It does not support Windows 7. It helps defend shared computers from unauthorized changes and restricts users from changing […]
Windows SteadyState is a free tool from Microsoft that helps make shared computers easier to set up and manage. Windows SteadyState 2.5 is available on Windows XP and Windows Vista. Whether you manage computers in a school computer lab or […]
HTC Home, brings a nice Clock, Weather and News Feed Gadget Pack to Windows, to look like the design on the HTC Phone. With the Flip style clock, 5 day weather forecast and News Feed users can now enjoy a […]
Microsoft workers are already betting that Windows Phone 7 will beat the competition! At Microsoft’s Redmond campus on Friday, they celebrated the release to manufacturing of Windows Phone 7, by parading with fake hearses of iPhone and BlackBerry.
Even for the most skilled IT shops with resources to work through compatibility challenges, there can often be a few users that effectively block roll-outs to entire sites or larger numbers of users. Providing the option for users to retain […]
We are inching closer and closer to the Windows Phone 7 launch and by this time all of us know that Microsoft is planning to launch the Windows Phone 7 next month, possibly on Oct 11th, in the Europe and […]
The Junk E-mail Reporting Tool lets you directly report junk e-mail to Microsoft and its affiliates for analysis to help us improve the effectiveness of our junk e-mail filtering technologies. Junk E-mail Reporting Add-in for Outlook It submits e-mail to […]
Way back in Sept 2007, Microsoft had launched a unique service in India, where users could get unique customized Live Hotmail id’s. There were around 250 very cool domains under five groupings ! You could get individualized cool Windows Live […]
Google Earth is an interactive, virtual globe that enables you to find and explore just about any location on our planet and beyond. Google has updated its very popular imagery and terrain exploration software. The new Google Earth for Windows desktop […]
Missing the Blue Screen on Windows? Don’t worry – there’s hope still! With the advent of Windows Blue Screen of Death (BSODs) or Stop Errors have become rarer – and a great way to remind yourself of what a blue screen looks […]
There may be good news for Bloggers, website owners, publishers and advertisers alike. Looks like Google appears to be getting ready to introduce more large-sized Ad Formats, in its Google AdSense program. This sure to give more options to the […]
Do you want to recover deleted files, folders, and data which you may have deleted even from the Recycle Bin? Then what you need is a good data recovery software. We have taken a look at some freeware that can […]
Does your Touch Screen not work correctly after you resume a Windows 7 based computer from sleep? Lets say you have a Windows 7-based computer that is connected to one or more touch screens – and you put the computer […]