Tag: Microsoft Office

Mar 18 2013

Nuance Announces the Release of Dragon NaturallySpeaking 12.5

Nuance announced the release of Dragon 12.5 today [shipping March 22nd]  with greater enhance support for Microsoft products, such as, Windows 8, Microsoft Office 2013, Internet Explorer 10 and Outlook.com. As with each release of Dragon NaturallySpeaking Nuance is indicating that it’s faster and more accurate; ever improving. Dragon 12.5 premium allow you to control …

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Nov 28 2012

Word/Phrase corrections with AutoHotKey, Thunderbird 17 and Dragon NaturallySpeaking 12

I found a fascinating trick today.  I’ve been using Dragon NaturallySpeaking for many years and I’ve also been using AutoHotKey for years.  Both of these applications have massive pluses for use, but today I found something extraordinary. Let me start off by stating that using Dragon NaturallySpeaking is a massive benefit to being productive. it …

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Aug 29 2012

Mozilla Thunderbird 15 released with Instant chat for Facebook, Google and Twitter

Mozilla Thunderbird continues to be one of my favorite applications as an email client. And although Mozilla has said that they’re not going to put as much effort into the development of Thunderbird, they have said that they are going to continue to provide Thunderbird with regular updates; they just want the community to become …

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Oct 15 2010

No Class: Microsoft Directly Attacks OpenOffice with Biased Public Video

The last time I watched a video so attacking of something else, it had to do with politics; but Microsoft must really want to be in politics because what they unleashed on the public, to scare them from OpenOffice, was some impressive stuff. I’m not going to try to argue that Microsoft Office is better …

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Aug 18 2010

Is Google Android The Next Dominating Operating System?

If you’re keeping track of the technology trends in the market you’ll notice that Google’s Android is really making a name for itself and establishing itself as the dominant operating system.  The development and saturation of the operating system have been impressive to say the least. It’s a weird feeling to be in a situation …

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Jul 19 2010

AutoHotKey: Change Status on Microsoft Communicator

I really enjoy Working with AutoHotKey; It’s an awesome tool. The beauty of the application/scripting language is to find things that are repetitive and then if it’s something that can be scripted- do it. So if you’ve got to use Microsoft Communicator at work to set your status in and out of the office every …

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Feb 21 2010

Windows Live Writer 2010 – Just Minor Updates

With Windows Live Writer 2010 looking like it’s going to be a few more months away from release, it’s looking unimpressive right now. Windows Live Writer is the best blogging tool out there, but it’s development is so slow; it’s depressing. It’s no wonder Internet Explorer is taking such a beating. If you were paying …

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Feb 01 2010

Microsoft Outlook Steals Performance

I’m not going to argue the point that Microsoft Outlook is a very popular email client, and it’s the most used, and desired, function of Microsoft Office, but I think at what cost are we using it? Microsoft Office/Outlook 2007 is not my email client of choice, but I’ve to use it at work. Every …

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Oct 23 2009

Question to Microsoft: Why must you have so many versions?

One of the biggest questions I’ve had for a while now is, why does Microsoft have so many darn versions of their Operating System? From a tech support standpoint, it’s a nightmare. Just from my experience, when I’ve asked people which Operating System their using [knowing they’re using Windows] I’ve had people tell me Microsoft …

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Aug 27 2009

Points fo interest for August 27th

Here’s some stuff I’ve been looking at… Just one more day to be a home owner again. I’ve say in the couch, bed & my desk… everything else is my wife’s projects. Ah pretty colors. [#] Reading: New FCC chief draws a line in the sand on net neutrality | Tech Policy & Law News …

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