Friday 20 November 2009

microsoft office 2010 Beta for windows svn 7

Maybe some of you have gotten it from the torrents already, but the less adventurous of you will be interested to know that Microsoft has made the Office 2010 beta available for public download.
You can get it here, from Microsoft’s Office 2010 Web site. It is compatible with Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows svn 7, and comes in 32-bit and 64-bit flavors, a first for the world’s most popular productivity suite.

We’re excited to announce the public beta of the 2010 versions of Office, SharePoint Server, Visio, Project and Office Web Apps for business customers. Office Mobile 2010 has also reached the beta milestone. Starting today people can download the beta products by visiting are hoping to have millions of people download and test the products, as we depend on that feedback to shape the final product. To get the broadest range of feedback we are making this beta available in seven languages — English, Spanish, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Russian, French and German — more than any other Office beta program in the past.
Microsoft Office 2010 features, among other things, an enhanced Ribbon interface and tighter integration with Windows svn 7.

Friday 13 November 2009

adobe acrobat 9.2 for widows svn 7

adobe acrobat 9.2 for windows svn 7   software is the global standard for electronic document sharing. It is the only PDF file viewer that can open and interact with all PDF documents. Use Adobe Reader to view, search, digitally sign, verify, print, and collaborate on Adobe PDF files.

Interested in an OEM relationship with Adobe and adobe acrobat 9.2 for windows svn 7  ?

adobe acrobat 9.2 for windows svn 7   is available as an OEM through our rich partner network.

Deploy, maintain, and support Adobe Reader across your organization. Corporations, government agencies, and educational institutions can distribute adobe acrobat 9.2 for windows svn 7  internally on an intranet site or a local network.
Interested in developing a plug-in for adobe acrobat 9.2 for windows svn 7   ?
Freely distributed adobe acrobat 9.2 for windows svn 7   is widely available; more than 500 million copies have been distributed worldwide since 1993. To build a Reader plug-in, you must first apply for an Integration Key License Agreement
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adobe reader 9.2 for windows svn 7

windows svn 7 frist exploit

as all windows before , destruction occur

windows svn 7 frist exploit has been spotted just a day after the operating system was declared risk free in Microsoft's monthly security bulletin.
The windows svn 7 bug was discovered by Laurent Gaffie and details were posted on the Full Disclosure mailing list.
The Vole is investigating the reported flaw which basically crashes a  windows svn 7  system when exploited.
It is caused by a flaw in the Server Message Block (SMB) protocol that forms the backbone of Windows file sharing. When triggered, the flaw results in an infinite loop that renders the computer useless, or at least more useless than it was before when Windows was still running.
The vulnerability hits  windows svn 7  and Windows Server 2008 R2. There are a couple different proof-of-concept exploits circulating but nothing so far that indicates the flaw is being attacked.
Crashing the system is not really much good for hackers and the flaw does not provide any unauthorized remote access that could lead to compromising information or performing other malicious activities.
A work-around to fix the problem involves blocking TCP ports 135 through 139 along with port 445, which stops SMB traffic from entering the network.
All fairly minor and unlikely, still it does rain on the Vole's parade a little. On Tuesday it was proudly saying there were no security bugs in  windows svn 7  and now it has to admit that there is one, even if it is no big deal.

Monday 9 November 2009

windows svn best internet browser google chrome

Google Chrome Is The Fastest Browser For Windows svn 7

Lifehacker have just ‘confirmed’ what I believed to be true, that Google Chrome is the fastest browser available for Windows svn 7.  Of course for every test there will be someone who’s says that the methodology was biased or incorrect, but I think Lifehacker made a good attempt at producing fair test results by testing  how long it takes for browsers to start up and load pages, and how much memory is eaten up, from a user’s perspective.  The tests were performed on a Lenovo ThinkPad T61p, with 2GB of RAM and a 2.0 GHz Centrino Duo processor running Windows 7 Home Premium.

The overall results were as follows:
Scores (out of 28 possible)
  • Google Chrome 23
  • Firefox 3.6 beta 1: 21
  • Google Chrome 2 (stable): 19
  • Firefox 3.5.4: 17
  • Safari 4.03: 17
  • Opera 10.01: 16
  • Internet Explorer 8.0.7600: 13
to see the full browser test results, click here.

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Saturday 7 November 2009

windows 7 svn taskbar

The Windows svn 7 Taskbar has been one of the most prominent new features in Windows svn 7 ever since it was first introduced by Microsoft. The new taskbar changes the way users interact with the taskbar by adding several new features that make it more comfortable to work with the operating system. Many users – even those that have not used Windows 7 yet – know that the new taskbar offers thumbnail previews for selected applications, jumplists and abilities to pin applications to the taskbar. What many do not know is that the taskbar icons are also displaying progress meters where applicably. Copying or moving files in Windows Explorer will for instance display the progress of that operation in the Windows svn 7 taskbar.
Taskbar Meters is a third party program for Windows svn 7 that can add up to three new icons to the Windows svn 7 taskbar displaying the computer system’s computer memory, hard disk and cpu utilization. The program makes use of the aforementioned feature to display meters in the taskbar icons in the operating system.
taskbar meters
The portable software program comes with three executables after download and extraction. Each executable will place one new icon in the Windows svn 7 taskbar that is displaying the utilization level of that component.
It is possible to customize the update frequency and color scheme used by any of the three meters individually. A right-click will open the jumplist containing links to the Windows svn 7 Resource Monitor and Task Manager.
Each individual icon is using roughly 10 Megabytes of computer memory while running raising the computer memory usage by 30 Megabytes if all three icons are displaying values in the taskbar. Users who are interested in the program can download it from the developer’s website. The software program is only compatible with Windows svn 7 (and probably Windows Server 2008 R2 as well).

Friday 6 November 2009

windows svn news

windows svn 7 news , sales extremely strong

According to research firm NPD Group, retail sales of boxed copies of Windows 7 are 234% higher than Vista's were at launch, absolutely crushing the older operating system’s launch sales figures (which, admittedly, the older operating system pretty much deserves).

But it wasn't just software numbers that were strong. Windows svn 7 launched on October 22, and unit sales of Windows PCs between October 18 and 24 were up 49% over the same period a year ago, and 95% over the preceding week. And yeah, that may say something about the fairly crappy nature of Vista, but it says far more about how great Windows 7 is, and how smart Microsoft's marketing was in the months leading up to launch day.

Clearly, Microsoft's strategy of offering free, pre-release versions of Windows svn 7 (that actually work until next spring) paid off, giving consumers plenty of time to learn that what Redmond was claiming about the new OS wasn't just hype. I’ve personally had that build running on my kids’ 6-year-old computer for months with no issues whatsoever.

But the Microsoft advertising strategy worked as well, concentrating on the features and strengths of the OS rather than whining about Apple. And compared to the insipid and pompously hip Apple “I’m a Mac” ads, their ad strategy has been a real relief (the recent Apple ads that attempt to blunt the positive responses to Windows svn 7 are particularly pathetic and irritating: weak an unimaginative, they ought to have their tag lines changed from “I’m a Mac” to “I’m a douche”).

And let me mention one thing before you claim I’m simply a Microsoft Kool-Aid drinker: For years I was a huge Apple evangelist; I've run every Apple OS since 6, still have multiple Macs running at our store, and switch back and forth regularly. So I’m extremely familiar with both operating systems.

But I made the switch to Windows svn 7 on my home office desktop in early October (yes, I was geeky enough to be selected to host a launch party - please don't tell the jocks or they'll kick my ass), and not only has it been a pleasure both functionally and aesthetically, it's robust as hell: not one single crash or issue of any kind since I installed it.

Finally, Microsoft has released an operating system that deserves to be called great. And people have apparently noticed.

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