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Good news for Windows Home Server users waiting for the arrival of Power Pack 3. The Windows Home Server team as promised, has launched Power Pack 3. PP3 , mainly focuses on improving Windows 7 and Windows Media Center experience, by enabling backup and restore support for Windows 7 based computers, integrating Windows 7 libraries and other exciting stuff.
HTC and Microsoft won’t be happy upon hearing this news, neither will be HTC HD2 owners. From what we gather, HTC HD2 has some camera issues. To worsen the situation, confusion has been created as to whether it is a hardware related or software related bug. No one else, but HTC is to be blamed for this confusing situation. The latest response from HTC suggests that the camera issue is software related.
With the all the fun and excitement surrounding Microsoft’s PDC event and then Google Chrome OS, we didn’t get the time to share this important news with you. Not any more. Guess what, the free photo and image editing application called Paint.NET just got updated. Paint.NET 3.5.1 has been released and is now available for download. The first update for Paint.NET 3.5 brings small bug fixes and more Windows 7 stuff.
The most notable feature Paint.NET brings, is the addition of a taskbar progress reporting option that will show progress for long running operations thus improving user experience.
If you thought for a moment that the leakage problem was solved at Microsoft, then think again. Yes another leakage has taken place. This time around, the Office 2010 Starter edition has leaked out. kAtz93, a Winmatrix forum user has shared the Office Starter 2010 download link as well as the screenshots.
It has been just a few days, less than a week since Microsoft announced the availability of Microsoft Office 2010 Beta for the general audience. By now, many users would have already downloaded the latest sensation from Microsoft Office family of products. One thing which every single user has to go through is, activating the Office 2010 Beta edition. So I thought, it would be useful to list out the steps that you need to activate your product.
Seesmic has been really active these days. First they announced Seesmic for Windows at Microsoft’s PDC event. Now they have decided to put their foot into the mobile arena. Seesmic have launched Twitter client for Android phone. This is a move that various Android users will highly appreciate. The app is simply amazing with a lot of cool features. (Complete set of features discussed below)
Microsoft has announced that it will be making Power Pack 3 for Windows Home Server available for download this Tuesday, i.e. on 24th November. Power Pack 3 (PP3) will be available via Windows Update. Users wishing to get the latest Power Pack, are required to have Power Pack 2 (PP2) running on their Windows Home Server OS. The release will be available in Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, and Spanish languages.
Power Pack 3, mainly focuses on improving Windows 7 and Windows Media Center experience, by enabling backup and restore support for Windows 7 based computers, integrating Windows 7 libraries and other exciting stuff.
A few hours back, we informed you about the arrival of Office Mobile 2010 Beta for Windows Mobile 6.5 devices. We are back with more stuff on the just released Office Mobile 2010 Beta. Well the initial impressions and feedbacks are in. We will be sharing with you the initial feedback from those who have experimented with the Office Mobile 2010 Beta.
Most of us use Microsoft Office to fulfill our academic and business needs. Normally we do all of our work sitting at home, university or at office. But times have changed and there are times when you need to access certain documents and other related items while on the move. Enter Office Mobile 2010.
Previously there was news that Office Mobile 2010 will be coming for Windows Mobile 6.5 devices. Guess what it has arrived. The release of Microsoft Office Mobile 2010 Beta has just been announced at the ever exciting PDC (Professional Developer Conference).
Day 2 of Microsoft’s Professional Developer Conference (PDC) is going on in full flow. Just finished watching an exciting presentation from Scott Gutherie. Guess what was the talk about. It was all Silverlight 4. And boy was it full of new and exciting features. Just to give you a hint, Silverlight 4 will bring multi-touch and gestures support, will play YouTube videos and more. To put icing on the cake, Silverlight 4 Beta has just gone live and is now available for download (Download link provided below)