Windows 7

Why Windows 7 Based Tablets are Always Treated Harshly at First

March 17, 2012
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Oftentimes, when people see a new Windows 7 tablet, the initial reaction to the product is almost always negative, regardless of the impressive overall points of the product. Why do we seem to look down too much on Windows 7 when it starts appearing on tablets? Why such discrimination? Aside from the natural abhorrence of […]

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How to Clean Your Printer Heads

October 25, 2010
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The print head for an inkjet printer is where the ink is sucked out of the cartridge and sprayed onto your paper through very small nozzles. When your print jobs start looking fuzzy, blurred, or streaked, those nozzles on your print head are either clogged or partially clogged. This happens because, over time, ink mixes […]

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Steve Ballmer Compliments Apple On The iPhone !!!

March 9, 2010
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This is almost breaking news, because when Apple announced the iPhone, Steve Ballmer laughed at it. Now, a different choice of words are coming out of Steve Ballmer’s mouth, about the iPhone, when he said at a speech at the University of Washington: “Apple’s done a very nice job that allows people to monetize and […]

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Charlie Miller: Snow Leopard Easier To Hack Than Windows 7

March 3, 2010
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Apple fanbois, you better buckle up, cause when the anti-Apple crew gets a hold of this little titbit from Charlie Miller, they might mock your choice of being a Mac user just a little bit. Italian IT Security site, oneITsecurity, published an interview with Charlie Miller, two-year contest champion at Pwn2Own where the deal is […]

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Windows 7 Resulted In More Satisfied Users Than Snow Leopard

February 5, 2010
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Both Microsoft and Apple released their newest operating systems in 2009 and according to a British opinion survey by YouGov, Microsoft’s operating system was the software users were most satisfied with. YouGov followed the “satisfaction rating” for Windows 7 and Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard for the past 6 months. A group of users […]

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Friday Flick Find: Windows 7 Launch Party & Parody

November 6, 2009
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Last week in Friday Flick Find we looked at DIY Virtual Reality goggles and the week before then we saw a “I’m a PC and I’m a Mac”-ad from Apple where they bash on Microsoft for their broken promises in their Windows releases. This week, we’re back at another Windows 7 video. According to PC […]

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Craving For A Huge Windows 7 Whopper? Visit Japan!

October 23, 2009
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Microsoft did not exactly throw any big parties to celebrate the release of Windows 7, but they have however come up with a few things such as opening a Coffee shop in Paris and a a Microsoft Store in Scottsdale, Arizona. Unlike the Microsoft Store, the coffee shop is only intended to be open for […]

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Friday Flick Find: Microsoft App Lab & Apple On Windows 7’s Broken Promises

October 23, 2009
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I think it’s safe to say that we’re in a “Microsoft week” this week, with the release of Windows 7 and the Windows 7 Whopper, Bing getting Twitter and Facebook search indexing access and probably a whole lot more that I didn’t pay attention to since I’m more to the other side of the force […]

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Dual Screen Netbook From Kohjinsha

October 7, 2009
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Japanese PC maker, Kohjinsha (I wonder what that means?) is currently showing off their new dual screen netbook at the CEATEK conference in Japan. The new thing about this netbook is its dual screen layout. The netbook comes with two 10.1″ monitors, where one of them slides behind the other, when it’s not in use. […]

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