WorldClock is an attractive and easy to use desktop time utility that includes timezone, timesync, calendar, wallpaper and alarm features....
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The capital of Piedmont has been lured to open source with the prospect of doing away with licences and delaying the refresh cycle.
Christmas is over and done with, but many of us are left with the bill. What apps are on the market to help you ration your expenses?
If the word on the street is that Microsoft is currently aiming for a Windows 9 release date of April 2015, this gives the company a little over a year to fix Windows. So what does Microsoft need to do to fix Windows?
The broader availability of Microsoft's latest operating sytem has done little to prop up the ailing PC market in Western Europe.
There’s one big move Microsoft could still make to salvage Windows 8. Whether it will have the courage to do it remains a question mark.
- Save window sizes and positions - Assign keyboard shortcuts - Application specific window states - Global window states - Save...
This week's Great Debate topic is: "Can Windows 8 be saved?" Here's a news flash for you and the debaters — Windows 8 doesn't need saving.
Windows 8 was a bold bet by Microsoft to link PC, tablet and phone interfaces. Is it too soon to say the bet flopped?
Now it is possible to restore inaccessible NTFS or FAT partitions of MS Windows easily with the help of Kernel for Windows Data Recovery....
Will $1,500 hybrid notebooks save Windows 8? Of course not. Even $600 hybrid notebooks might not.
Windows 8, like Vista before it, is on its way to the trash heap of PC history unless Microsoft makes some big changes as soon as possible.
China matters more than ever to Nokia and Microsoft, who are joined at the hip over their shared, mutual mobile venture. Here's why.
How Microsoft used to do business during the last isn't going to carry it far into this decade. Here are some simple steps that the Redmond giant can take to stay relevant in a post-PC world.
HP is in trouble, and the company can't rely on Windows 8 -- whether installed on desktop, notebook, tablets, ultrabooks, or convertibles -- to help dig itself out of the deep hole the company is in.
A Raspberry Pi enthusiast has managed to get Windows 7 on the cheap Linux computer using Citrix XenDesktop, a sign that the device could bring savings to businesses, according to the foundation behind the device.A video posted to YouTube shows a recently shipped Raspberry Pi running a Windows 7 virtual desktop, using Citrix XenDesktop 5.
The real world runs on real computers doing real work and those computers run Windows. Microsoft needs to remember that as they introduce Windows 8 to the real world.
Microsoft has been busy innovating and has finally found a way to leapfrog over Apple's Mac OS X when it comes to mobile usability.
Just today I had the pleasure of helping another user recover their data when the Microsoft tools failed. The recommended method to recover Windows is to boot to the recovery tools partition, by pressing F8 and select "Repair my computer" option.
If it wasn't for Linux, a Windows Update crash would have forced me to format my drive and reinstall everything.On Friday I got home from work, powered up my HP Pavilion DV6 6055ea laptop and watched as it promptly shut down to churn through Windows Update.
Nokia's decision to bet its business on Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 is quickly becoming an either-or scenario. Either Windows Phone 7 brings Nokia back to dominance or the company's decline will accelerate.
I've heard recurring rumors that Microsoft might develop its own optional "shell" for slate makers that would make Windows 7 touch-centric than touch-additive. But maybe Microsoft is simply going to encourage its OEM partners to use the Windows Media Center interface, or at least elements of it, to create more touch-friendly Windows slate interfaces.
A couple of YouTube advertisements for Windows Phone 7 devices have appeared that show how focused we have become on our phone displays. WP7 comes along to present info in a quick and glanceable way so we can get on with our lives.