Category Archives: Windows

Windows Holographic

Windows Holographic enables a world of mixed reality – where devices work together – regardless of whether they are developed for virtual reality, augmented reality, or anything in-between. Windows Holographic will help expand the Windows ecosystem far beyond the PC. … Continue reading

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Microsoft Surface Book

Some clever design ideas here… but it’s still Windows.

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Windows 10 launched yesterday

With that knowledge, where were you in 1995?

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Deskloop

A Windows Rube Goldberg machine right on the desktop.

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Windows 10 preview

Lifehacker looks at the new preview version of Windows, Windows 10. Why they skipped v9 is anyone’s guess so far. If you’re a Windows fan, it should be of interest. As for me, I’m waiting for MacOS XII, where they … Continue reading

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GODMODE for Windows 7 and 8

For some reason, copying & pasting from the YouTube details does not work for all systems. Either it flat-out fails or Windows creates an extra “-” (hyphen) symbol in the code between the 4 & 3 in the last bit … Continue reading

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The Matrix runs on Windows XP

Now that support for XP is gone, here’s a look back in a science fictional way.

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Windows 8 training camp

The marketing geniuses at Microsoft seemed to have missed the point or the boat with these Windows branded ads. While they are pretty good in and of themselves, they do not sell any product. They’re head scratchin’ WTF ads. Piano … Continue reading

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What do people think of Windows 8?

Chris Pirillo, founder of LockerGnome, hits the streets to find out how real people experience Windows 8. Watch how people react when asked to complete simple tasks on the new Windows 8 operating system.

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Windows 8 Metro on an iPhone

Probably for the geekier smart phone user, this app requires you to jailbreak your iPhone.

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Windows 8 boot time

Emily demos the amazingly fast bootup time for Windows 8. Obviously this is before the IT guy gets his mitts on configuring it with anti-virus, networking, and all the other common user restrictions.

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Where Ctl+Alt+Del came from

From the guys who invented it for the OS that made it popular.

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Super Bowl parody

Great fan-made parody of the Google spot that ran during the last Super Bowl. It’s more related to computers than the Internet.

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Windows 7 parody

Picking up the ball where MS dropped it, we find out who else was behind its creation.

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Startup – shutdown

Not nearly as simplistic as the Mac’s startup chime, each generation of Windows’ operating system had its own unique startup and shutdown sound. They’re all in one video shown below with the exception of Windows 7. You could have some … Continue reading

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Site Specific

There was some recent hubbub about a security issue with WordPress wherein some hacker could hijack the Admin’s login and change it somehow. WP issued a security update and we incorporated it here sometime about Wednesday. We are all safe. … Continue reading

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