Microsoft Windows 7

by Rafael Hernandez on July 30, 2010 · 1 comment

Microsoft Windows 7 flag

Microsoft’s Windows 7 has had a grand time pulling in all manner of people looking to upgrade their operating system or already preloaded on new PCs and all of that market growth may just lead to an eco-friendlier planet, or at least a bit of savings on the old energy bill. It would seem the […]

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by Pedro Hernandez on July 12, 2010 · 0 comments

Windows 7 SP1 Beta Download picture

Tablets aren’t the only stars of WDC 2010. Today, Microsoft released the first public beta of Windows 7 SP1 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 (it’s a consolidated release). Although Microsoft warns that only IT pros need apply, it’s not preventing anyone with the “right qualifications” to grab the update after a brief registration process […]

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by Pedro Hernandez on July 12, 2010 · 0 comments

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The iPad’s stranglehold on the tablet market may be nearing its end.  Several new reports hint that Apple’s rivals are gearing up for a fight, and judging by the exhaustive list of combatants, things could get really interesting really fast. First comes news that Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is promising a deluge of Windows 7 […]

Read more Windows 7 tablets ahoy: Dell, Toshiba, Asus on deck

by Rafael Hernandez on February 11, 2010 · 0 comments

Being a popular new operating system means that there are those that would circumvent protections in the OS so as to make it seem legitimate. There are those that willingly take that risk in order to save themselves some cash, then there are those that are suckered into a new system preloaded with a counterfeit […]

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by Rafael Hernandez on December 4, 2009 · 0 comments

Intel’s Chipset Device Software configures your Windows operating system to properly handle the company’s system chipset features. Version of their software adds support for the company’s 5 Series of chipsets and enables Microsoft Windows 7 support. The software supports the following chipsets: Intel 3 Series Chipsets Intel 4 Series Chipset Intel 5 Series Chipset […]

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by Rafael Hernandez on November 19, 2009 · 1 comment

Its been a long time coming. As of October 22nd you could pick up your very own copy of the polished good stuff. Microsoft’s Windows 7 has promised to make your computing usage a kinder, gentler experience and it has the shiny icons to prove it. But with the “dark cloud” Vista hung over the […]

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by Rafael Hernandez on October 18, 2009 · 0 comments

Microsoft’s upcoming Windows 7 operating system is the most polished OS to come from the company, of course it’s going to have to be compared to Apple’s highly polished Snow Leopard operating system which means plenty of fodder for both sides to sling at each other. CNET has tested out both operating systems on a […]

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by Rafael Hernandez on July 22, 2009 · 0 comments

Well you can’t blame the team behind Windows 7 for their exuberance, their supposed sign-off process/backstage look is a nice touch and heart warming….well as heart warming as an operating system can get of course but their efforts over…

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by Rafael Hernandez on July 22, 2009 · 0 comments

Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system has hit its second to last major milestone today as the company has hit RTM status which means it’s off to some DVD pressing plant where millions of discs will be burned and packaged for…

Read more Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2 Released to Manufacturing

by Rafael Hernandez on July 16, 2009 · 0 comments

Microsoft’s Windows 7 users in Europe may have to jump through a few more hoops than normal when it comes time to install their operating system. "E editions" of the OS won’t include a web browser at all so it’s…

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by Rafael Hernandez on July 15, 2009 · 0 comments

You can’t fault AMD’s Richard Huddy for being a little enthusiastic about Microsoft’s upcoming DirectX 11 and the features it brings along for graphics cards. The graphics API’s "Local Data Share" capability is, in his words, the killer feature which…

Read more DirectX 11 Compute Shader Leads to Speed Up, Sharing is a "Killer Feature"