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Entries for the ‘Microsoft’ Category

Why Can’t We Do Whatever We Want?

Go here and read this article: It’s a Free Country… Go ahead, I’ll wait…. OK. I don’t even know where to start. First off I would guess by the naiveness of the article, that the reporter is under 25. People are no longer opening harmful emails? I have piles of data that suggests otherwise. Let […]

Windows 7 Release Candidate – Available Free for 1 Year

As you all know, Microsoft has been ever so kind as to allow us to “use” their new Operating System free for one year. They have now successfully turned a bug into a feature: ____________________________________ Watch the calendar. The RC will expire on June 1, 2010. Starting on March 1, 2010, your PC will begin […]

Linux Haters Are So Funny

Today, via Digg, I stumbled across this Linux bashing post. I got quite a kick out of the plain stupidity being presented and decided to investigate a little further. That’s when I found this masterpiece by the same author on the same site. Again, I almost spit out my Diet Mountain Dew in response to […]

Microsoft Tries to be Funny

Apparently Microsoft has seen the huge success of Apple’s TV advertisements that pick fun at the dorky looking Windows guy and wanted to claim a piece of the humor pie for themselves: The Lone Server So far, they have a long way to go to match Apple…

Pro Linux Puppy

I guess this little guy doesn’t like Windows… I’d love to give credit to the original owner but I can’t seem to find them…

Lonely Microsoft KB Article

Why would you ever waste the time writing an article no one will ever read: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314458 Technorati Tags: linux, microsoft, kb article

What to do when your computer randomly plays “Fur Elise”

You can’t make this stuff up: http://support.microsoft.com//default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;261186

DotNetNuke vs Sharepoint

Through Shaun Walker’s eyes (the creator of DNN) An interesting read, even if it may be biased 😉 Technorati Tags: DNN, DotNetNuke, Sharepoint

Microsoft Reveals Windows Vista SP1 Will Install XP

It’s really too bad that this article isn’t true! I think Microsoft took a step backwards with Vista in terms of usability for the average user and lack of software support for existing 3rd party apps. I’m not going to say ME version 2, but close! Technorati Tags: Microsoft, Vista, XP

Virtualization, not the friend it used to be?

Jon Galloway rips on using virtualized machines as a way to get work done. His point is that we take fast PC’s and make slow machines of yesterday out of them by creating virtualized OS’s inside of/on top of them. In some ways I agree, but in other areas I think he is off base […]