Measuring the Success of Vista's First 100 DaysCommented on: 9 years ago
(May 10, 2007)
I only meant XP would be supported until 2009 - but thanks for the exhaustive Vista support nFO.
Oh, Lotsa, so bitter - your cheap comment towards Canada truly reflects your typical arrogant...
Windows Live Hotmail LaunchesCommented on: 9 years ago
(May 7, 2007)
I enjoy his reviews - and the exhaustive ones usually reveal features I didn't even know existed.
Unfortunately, it is hard to find the time to read most of them...
WinInfo Short Takes: Week of May 7Commented on: 9 years ago
(May 4, 2007)
I wonder if they will re-brand Wahoo or MSN?
Its wierd because nobody in Canada or Europe uses Wahoo - I wonder how they ever managed to get so much marketshare in the US?
Anyway, it seems like a...
Microsoft: Why the Silence about IE 8.0?Commented on: 9 years ago
(May 3, 2007)
Why would they worry - they are too lazy to port their crapplications over to Vista and/or IE7.
MS just has to worry about making IE8 backwards-compatible (like they always have to do) for the...
Microsoft Touts Zune SuccessesCommented on: 9 years ago
(April 26, 2007)
But when are they going to announce the 2.0 feature-set?
I like the Zune but the GigaBeat S still has it beat.
Longhorn Server Beta 3 ShipsCommented on: 9 years ago
(April 26, 2007)
Wow, it is still feature-rich w/o the Virtualization...
Now, where to find the time to test this sucker!
Microsoft Ships New Home Server BetaCommented on: 9 years ago
(April 19, 2007)
Sweet - finally a home for all my junk...
If I don't start backing up and storing my digital mammories on & offsite and something bad happens, I will end up in divorce court!
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