Tag Archive: Windows XP

Apr 15 2011

Microsoft gives Vista users the FINGER with no Internet Explorer 10


With Microsoft not delivering on a mobile platform that works, and with their declining desktop operating system market dropping, Microsoft has decided to make an attempt to speed the process of their demise… by giving the finger to their customer base… that’s right— Microsoft has decided that Internet Explorer 10 is too good for Vista …

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Nov 03 2010

Microsoft Windows 7 Turns ONE


The Redmond giant is enjoying some very nice news. They’re still enjoying the growth of Windows 7 and estimates are that within the next 2+ years, the market will be flooded with Windows 7; wiping out Windows XP— finally. According to Microsoft they’ve sold 240 million copies of Windows 7 [from October 22nd 2009], but …

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Sep 15 2010

Found Bug: Dragon NaturallySpeaking v10 Pasting New Words [HTML]


I believe I found a new bug in Dragon NaturallySpeaking; it’s not new- I’ve really known about it since version 8, but I never thought about it until today… When it happened again. In Dragon NaturallySpeaking, you can crash it by simply entering a new word in the system by copy/cut and paste words from …

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Aug 11 2010

LEHSYS Download Watch – 08/11/2010

These are some items that I notice, like to keep an eye on and also to notate any new programs/software that could be useful. I offer this as some links you should be curious about and if they can help you. There’s utilities for mounting folders and directories, and handling multi-page tiff files. There’s browser …

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Jul 17 2010

Topics of the Week for July 16th


This week in technology has been pretty interesting Google continues its world domination of the smartphone with the android platform. it continues to flex its muscles in its appeal to the public, placing tons of pressure on the iPhone and Microsoft keep generating strong competition. Apple concedes that ‘we’re not perfect.’… Try to shut down …

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