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Nokia's biggest Windows Phone yet, at six inches, offers some benefits for those not put off by a meatier form factor.
Programme aims to get more people online using refurbished kit and low cost broadband.
Redmond has fundamentally redesigned Windows Server 2012 so customers can experience the benefits of "true virtualization" and better manage the influx of data, devices and apps in the corporate arena.
Half of enterprises are Windows 7. Do we really expect those companies to move to Windows 8 even if there are benefits? And can slow movers go from XP to Windows 8?
For the second time in two years, Microsoft has significantly cut the benefits it offers to TechNet subscribers. Will the newly reduced allotments of Windows and Office product keys really reduce piracy or just annoy Microsoft's customers?
Windows 7 Enterprise is the most advanced Windows operating system for business PCs, designed to meet the evolving needs of the users...
While Microsoft is working to make Windows 8 look like its mobile platform, Apple is already reaping the benefits of having a mature and widely-adopted mobile platform.
KACE is updating its K2000 systems management box to include a module that allows you to migrate to Windows 7. Although there are plenty of products that promise similar benefits, KACE seems to be cornering the market for appliance-based products that are very easy to use — see our full review from August 2009.
Is it worth upgrading your Vista gaming rig to Windows 7? Will you see any performance benefits? Let's find out!
Back in January, Celio Corp showed off their up and coming REDFLY PC software that would let you use your existing PC to connect to your Windows Mobile device and access it just like you would from the REDFLY Mobile Companion. I was at CTIA last week and Celio announced that the REDFLY Mobile Viewer software is now available to download for free public beta testing. I plan to take it for a spin on my MSI Wind and will post a video of it in action here soon. Prior to attending CTIA and seeing the software in action first hand and talking with the folks at Celio I have to say I wasn't quite sure why someone would want or need this on a laptop or PC, but I had a moment there were I "got" it and think there are some benefits to the software for Windows Mobile owners.
For a few months now I've been hearing stories from people who claim to be getting a much better Windows experience by ditching Windows Vista and adopting Windows Server 2008 as a desktop operating system. But are there any benefits to throwing your copy of Vista into the bin and running Windows Server 2008?
While my focus in the Mobile software Monday articles is on software for your mobile phones I wanted to branch out just a bit to include a service that I use in conjuction with software on my devices that I find absolutely essential to my usage of mobile devices. Jason Dunn runs the Thoughts Media sites and preached to me for a couple of years about the benefits of a hosted Exchange solution. I finally decided to give it a try just over a year ago and now I can never go back to syncing my PIM data via cables again. I subscribe to 4Smartphone (part of Jason's recommendation) with their Mobile level plan subscription (US$12.95/month) and sync my Windows Mobile, S60, Windows, and Mac devices to the service, with hopes to soon sync my iPhone when the 2.0 update is released.
People are very anxious to know whether Windows Vista SP1 brings with it any noticeable performance gains when carrying out day to day tasks. My preliminary results seem to indicate that SP1 offers measurable benefits when carrying out a variety of tasks.
Things move slowly in the enterprise market, so Windows Vista is currently a rare sight on the corporate desktop. But will Vista's undoubted benefits eventually unblock the upgrade path?
news analysis Consumers may be slowly warming to the benefits of Windows Media Center Edition (MCE) PCs, but most businesses are still unaware that this steadily growing market promises new potential revenue streams with a relatively small investment.That was the message from presenters at Microsoft's recent ReMix07 conference in Melbourne, which focused on how the company's various media handling technologies can streamline content management or generate new income streams.
InovaWave is offering an interesting, very focused product family, called DXtreme, aimed at optimizing the performance of that optimization of virtual machine performance on Microsoft's 32-bit and 64-bit Windows and VMware's ESX Server. The key benefits of this product family are that they can optimize and accelerate I/O.
If you've followed any of what I've written over the past couple of years regarding the benefits of virtualizing Windows desktop PCs, you know that I'm a really big fan of the idea. The basic premise is this: Everyone knows that it's not a question of if they'll be moving to a new PC.
One of the benefits of doing a long term test with something like a Windows Mobile-based Motorola Q smartphone is that you really get to experience all of its high and low points. Here on ZDNet's Dan and David Show (a weekly podcast), Dan has occasionally asked me why on earth I continue to use the Q given how much I complain about it.
The next version of Windows will create a cascade of benefits for European economies, according to a Microsoft-sponsored study.
Next version of Windows will create a cascade of benefits for local European economies, says Microsoft-sponsored study.
Analysis: The next version of Windows will create a cascade of benefits for local European economies, according to a Microsoft-sponsored study
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