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[22 Jun 2009 | No Comment | ]

The expected date for Windows 7 RTM release was 19th June. But yesterday winfuture has reported that the Windows 7 RTM date has been shifted to 29th June. It is due to due to some errors the RTM build was not compiled, up to now there has been no information about the errors.
It has been …

Microsoft, News »

[19 Jun 2009 | No Comment | ]

The Microsoft’s free antivirus software, code named “Morro” has been officially named as “Microsoft Security Essentials”. Its beta version will be available to download from 23rd June for the first 75000 users. It will be available in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7. If you have a licensed …

Microsoft, News »

[17 Jun 2009 | 2 Comments | ]

Do you know Microsoft is all set to release a new antivirus as a substitute to its discontinued security suite Live One Care and this new antivirus name is Morro.
This new antivirus Morro is being tested by Microsoft employees, so the User Interface is subject to change in upcoming build. Neowin has posted three screenshots …

News, Windows 7 »

[16 Jun 2009 | One Comment | ]

After the leak of Windows 7 Build 7229 and Build 7231, Windows 7 Build 7232 has been leaked and is available for download on various file sharing sites and torrents sites. This build is comes with a new desktop wallpaper. The Build number of this build is 6.1.7232.0.winmain.090613-0700 which indicates that the build was compiled …

Microsoft, News »

[15 Jun 2009 | No Comment | ]

There are two major changes done by Microsoft in the Bing search engine: Smart Motion Preview and Safe Search. It will help institutions to filter out porn.

First, potentially explicit images and video content will now be coming from a separate single domain, explicit.bing.net. This is invisible to the end customer, but allows for filtering of …

News »

[13 Jun 2009 | One Comment | ]

Google launched a new global project, inviting people around the world to build the Google Chrome icon in a creative way, with whatever materials, as big, small, or crazy as you want. Chrome team already started making Google chrome icon objects for balloons, spoons and cakes.

Create your special Google Chrome video by July 22 and …

News, Ubuntu (Linux) »

[13 Jun 2009 | No Comment | ]

An Intel open-source developer has announced that Linux will be the first operating system to officially support USB 3.
Sharp states that she is “working with Keve Gabbert (the OSV person in my group at Intel) to make sure that Linux distributions like Ubuntu and Red Hat” pick up the driver, meaning that Linux users will …

News, Windows 7 »

[12 Jun 2009 | No Comment | ]

TechNet blog offers you a free copy of Windows 7 Ultimate and a beautiful Windows 7 T-Shirt for free. Are you looking for grab this offer?
All you need to do is to fill out a small survey form (like below snapshot). This offer will be closed early on next week, so hurry up and fill …

News, Windows 7 »

[12 Jun 2009 | No Comment | ]

Microsoft’s decision to remove Internet Explorer from Windows 7 in Europe means users will no longer be able to upgrade in place.
Until now, Windows Vista users have been able to upgrade to Windows 7 and retain their existing applications and data.
However, Microsoft says that anyone installing the new “E” versions of Windows 7 will have …

News, Ubuntu (Linux) »

[12 Jun 2009 | No Comment | ]

Fedora 11, previously codenamed Leonidas, has hit final release. The final release of Fedora 11 brings with it a host of incremental improvements intended to build on the already solid Fedora 10.

Chief among these is the move to the Ext4 file system, which Fedora claims should improve performance and responsiveness across the board.

Indeed, performance has …