Posted on 08 July 2009
On Tuesday evening Google has announced the forthcoming release of the Google Chrome operating System. It is a new open-source operating system which is primarily designed for netbooks but it is also for desktop computers. Yet this is the most direct attack made by Google on Microsoft.
Posted on 06 July 2009
The full version of Bing that is currently being used by the US citizens will arrive in the next few weeks in Australia, Canada, China, Japan, and the UK (which will likely see changes first).
Posted on 04 July 2009
Imagine this: It is late at night, you are sitting at your PC enjoying a game or doing work on a project and all of a sudden Windows freezes completely. All the work is lost, and you are seeing a blue screen which is full of gibberish gazing back at your face. Windows is no longer there; it is dead, until you reboot it.
Posted on 03 July 2009
Microsoft’s ‘Bing’ search engine has been continuously gaining market share against Google which is the worldwide industry leader. Despite of all the facts, the recent death of pop superstar Michael Jackson has made some Bing users realize that they have made a mistake of leaving Google.
Posted on 27 June 2009
Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Beta 1 and .NET Framework 4.0 is now available to Microsoft MSDN subscribers. Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 is an outstanding and most awaited product that will give a big bang to the Microsoft platform developers.
Posted on 16 June 2009
In this article we have given you the list of 50 Firefox add-ons by which your Firefox browser experience will become better.
Posted on 15 June 2009
Linux is still having place in netbook market as Dell officials told that about 33% of the Inspiron Mini 9 computers which company sells run Ubuntu Linux instead of Windows XP.
Posted on 05 June 2009
Bing, Microsoft’s new search decision engine has overtaken the Yahoo search as being number two search service in the U.S. and worldwide Stat Counter stated that. It is now sharing market share from Google.
Posted on 31 May 2009
We got the Microsoft Surface Computer via post in our office. There was a box rather than a crate. It was very heavy and expensive (around $15,000). we thought it was a good idea to share our first encounter with our readers
Posted on 23 April 2009
“The Buddy List” consists of best available network admin/IT-related tools. I’ve used most of them in my day to day work and would highly recommend them for any network administrator.