Tag: release candidate

Review: Windows 8 Voice Recognition Interface Continues To Disappoint

When Windows 7 was release it has voice recognition in it. My initial thoughts on the voice recognition was that it was good, but the user interface was for crap. Now, when I did that review, it was on a beta version of Windows 7; it was a release candidate— I recall thinking, this is …

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How to: Import MOV Files In To Windows Live Movie Maker [easy]

I’m finally getting back around to a problem that I was having with Windows Live Movie Maker not being able to work with QuickTime movie files [MOV]. Windows Live Movie Maker is still in the beta phase and hasn’t been officially released to the public, a release candidate is expected to be released soon. A …

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Producers need money: Windows 7 takes the stage early

With Microsoft you can’t figure out from day to day what they’re doing, but looks like they have decided to ramp up the release date of Windows 7. It’s no great secret they are racing the clock, literally watching the seconds crash away as they loose money on Microsoft Vista. With the layoffs at Microsoft, …

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Windows 7 RC: Coming to a PC near you.

Microsoft has released it’s release candidate. This is basically it folks. If you want to see what the next version is going to look like; this is it. Next to nothing will change from now to production time. The long and short of it is this… download it, burn it to a DVD, install it, …

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Microsoft moves from Windows 7 beta to RC

Microsoft is offering several options for those who want to move from the beta version of Windows 7 to the release candidate when it comes out sometime in the following weeks. Unfortunately, none of them are as easy as a direct upgrade path from the beta build to the RC but rather require a fair …

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Public Poll: Vista has the Lowest Rating

It’s no wonder why Microsoft is preparing so fast to get Windows 7 released; it’s got the lowest Operating System rating of any other competitor. Microsoft made the mistake to push Vista out the door too soon has given them such a black eye and while Microsoft reports sales of Vista are up, many customers …

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