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Apr 01 2009

Microsoft announces single-version Windows 7

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Microsoft today announced that the forthcoming version of its operating system, Microsoft Windows 7, would come in just one single version, despite rumors that there would be five versions of the software. The operating system will simply be called "Windows 7." The company found that offering multiple versions of Windows Vista confused customers, and generated …

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Mar 17 2009

Update: Dragon NaturallySpeaking 10.1 64-bit

As a registered user of Nuances Dragon NaturallySpeaking, I’m just as frustrated at the handling of Dragon NaturallySpeaking 9 AND 10 as everyone else is, but Nuance is close to releasing the 64-bit version of v10. If you search the support forums over at Nuance, you’ll find articles from 2006 requesting 64-bit versions of Dragon …

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Mar 15 2009

Annoying: Auto-Update Checking Services

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One of the most irritating things that I run into on a regular basis is auto update programs or services. Companies like Google install services or applications to run in the background to check for updates for program that they provide. I view this as a major problem, and it’s a problem that’s stemmed from …

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Feb 12 2009

How to: Install Dragon NaturallySpeaking 9 on Windows 7 64-bit

Nuance has officially announced that they will now support Dragon NaturallySpeaking 10 on on a 64-bit operating system, but I have successfully installed Dragon NaturallySpeaking 9 on Windows this to 64-bit and Windows 7 64-bit.   Installation process for this versus Windows 7 for Dragon NaturallySpeaking 9 is virtually identical. There’s nothing dangerous about this …

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Feb 11 2009

The Reasons to Hate Your ISP

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In the early days of the Internet, you had no choice on your type of connection. The only connection to the outside world was through dial up communications. Once the genie was let out of the bottle, the general population found out they could do research, download songs, get the news, download recipes, weather and …

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Feb 02 2009

Google’s Chrome just doesn’t shine [yet]

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Watching technology and working on the stock market is kind of the same. You look at the information, use your knowledge, make a decision and see if that decision turns out to be the right one; unless your an inside trader [that's illegal]. As the traffic picks up on our site, and we have more …

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Jan 28 2009

CREATIVE: An Insult to Customer Service

Once in a while you run across exceptional service and support from various software or hardware providers and for a moment your faith in corporate tech support is exonerated, but this is not one of those tails. This is a story of complete and utter failure; an example of the inability to read, absence of …

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Jan 13 2009

There was LAUNCHY before Windows 7

With the release of Windows 7 beta, one of the cool things is the changes in the start menu, specifically the RUN box. In Windows 7 if you start typing the name of the program in the run box, the programs, control panel, and files of Windows are searched and displayed in the START MENU- …

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Dec 30 2008

It’s Internet Explorer, but not…

 While it’s no secret that I have a great distain for Internet Explorer, it doesn’t mean that I can remove it from my everyday life. The boneheads from work that says that I have to use Internet Explorer to do my job, and knowing that it’s the most insecure browser, and the slowest, doesn’t make …

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Dec 23 2008

Corporate Tech Support Sucks

As a person that has more than half a brain [that's working], this makes me dangerous and intimidating to most corporate ‘tech support’ nut heads out there. The corporate tech support nowadays is the equivalent to the introduction of a voice mail box or an automated response to ‘if your skin is blue press #2 …

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