by Chin Wong - 2006-12-31
ONE of the first things you'll notice about the new Windows Vista operating system from Microsoft is the serious amount of eye candy that comes at you.Windows and menus have a glassy, translucent look...
by Marylin Stompler - 2007-01-19
I just came back from my annual trip to CES to find the best iPod accessories and the latest technology for my company. This year, the 2007 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) celebrated his...
by Collis - 2007-02-01
Windows Vista, the next generation of the windows operating system is going to be released in January 2007, according to Microsoft. This is a very powerful and dynamic program with specific system...
by Danijel Zivkovic - 2007-02-10
You want to use the new Windows Vista operating system with all its 3D effects, animations and transparencies on your desktop PC? The aesthetically pleasing user interface called Windows Aero can be ...
by Rayman L - 2007-02-13
Choosing which version of Windows XP to buy was a pretty easy decision for most people. If you needed basic features you bought the Home version. If you were a business person or wanted dual processor...
by OrdinarySoft - 2007-02-15
OrdinarySoft announced the release of a new program: Vista Start Menu, a replacement for the Windows Start Menu. This application supports all modern versions of Windows. In spite of its name, the ...
by Aaron Smith - 2007-02-24
The new generation of Microsoft Windows known as Vista was released earlier this year. Most new computers bought since the end of January will come preloaded with Windows Vista, but there are many peo...
by Subhash - 2007-03-02
Windows Vista is the latest release of Microsoft Windows, a line of graphical operating systems used on personal computers, including home and business desktops. Prior to its announcement on July 22, ...
by Ian Robert Anderson - 2007-03-05
NOTE: Not being a Microsoft employee / affiliated with / contracted by Microsoft - I can only speculate (and have no proof) about the origin of the new color schemes.The software giant has packaged th...
by Dhruba M - 2007-03-14
One of the significant features Microsoft introduced in Vista is new power saving mode. Windows XP has two power saving mode, Standby and Hibernate. Windows Vista replaced them by Sleep mode. Hiberna...