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    Hyper-V server 2008

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    Do you want a free hypervisor – Now you can download Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008.   Licensing Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008   Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008 is a stand-alone product that will be available via the Microsoft Download Center free of charge. Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008 does not require CALs for the product itself. CALs will be required for all Windows Server virtualized operating systems which are hosted on Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008. Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008 will

    Managing Windows windows

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    User Interface: Managing Windows windows   We’ve booted the machine, displayed stuff on the screen, launched programs, so next up we’re going to look at a pretty complex topic that sort of gets to the core role of the graphical user interface—managing windows. Dave Matthews is program manager on the core user experience team who will provide some of the data and insights that are going into engineering Windows 7. --Steven   The namesake of the Windows product line is the simple “window” –

    Edit PDF files in OpenOffice

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    download and install the Release Candidate for Openoffice 3   then download and install the plugin   that’s it now start OpenOffice Draw and edit or create PDF’s,   cool !   cheers anyweb

    google chrome is available

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    By anyweb,
    if you havn't tried it yet, then get downloading   Google chrome really is cool, with plenty of new features to keep you using it   the recently accessed websites graphical thumbnails alone is really cool   cheers anyweb

    IE 8 beta 2 is out

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    By anyweb,
    The IE team at Microsoft has released the 2nd beta Internet Explorer 8. Contrary to the first beta, which was aimed at developers, this one one is aimed at normal people like you and me. The list of new features and changes is decent, all focused around three themes (marketing alert): "We focused our work around three themes: everyday browsing (the things that real people do all the time), safety (the term most people use for what we've called 'trustworthy' in previous posts), and the platform (

    Is Midori Really the Next Windows?

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    By anyweb,
    The Windows 7 craze is barely over, and yet the internet is already buzzing with the next big thing from Microsoft: a project called Midori. The SD Times claims to have seen internal Microsoft documents detailing what Midori actually is, and they say it's the clean-break from Windows many of us have been waiting for. The SD Times article is heavy on the details, and quite technical, but luckily Ars Technica provides a more accessible summary of what Microsoft has in store for Midori.   via osn

    The engineering of Microsoft Windows 7

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    By anyweb,
    Welcome to Engineering Windows 7   Welcome to our first post on a new blog from Microsoft—the Engineering Windows 7 blog, or E7 for short. E7 is hosted by the two senior engineering managers for the Windows 7 product, Jon DeVaan and Steven Sinofsky. Jon and Steven, along with members of the engineering team will post, comment, and participate in this blog.   Beginning with this post together we are going to start looking forward towards the “Windows 7” project. We know there are tons of ques

    the mojave experiment

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    what do people think of Windows Vista ? well..... how about what do people think of Windows when it's The Mojave Experiment

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