Trial+windows

Showing results 1 to 20 of 55

NCheck Bio Attendance

NCheck Bio Attendance, the automatic ready-to-use time tracking system with biometric fingerprint and face identification. The system...

April 3, 2015 By Neurotechnology

Protector Plus 2014 (32-bit)

Protector Plus 2014 (32-Bit) for Windows Desktop supports Windows XP, Vista, 2000, Me and 98 platforms. This product provides 100%...

April 1, 2014 By Proland Software

Can Soluto really make PCs less frustrating?

A tiny software startup in Israel is trying to make your PC less frustrating. The idea behind Soluto is to use the experience of millions of PC users to approximate the knowledge that a Windows expert gathers by trial and error. Can it work?

May 24, 2010 by

Buck Euchre

Buck Euchre is a North American Euchre variation in which everyone plays for themselves. As in games of the Rams group, there is a...

August 13, 2013 By Card Games Galore

Zune 4.0 desktop and older Zune firmware updates now available

The Zune 4.0 desktop software was officially announced and is now available to download and I already have it up and running on my MSI Wind in preparation for the arrival today of my new 32GB Zune HD. I will have a first impressions article up early tomorrow morning after I have had some time to use the device. The new Zune software has features such as Quickplay, Smart DJ, mini mode, and Mixview. So far it works just fine on my MSI Wind and it looks quite slick with fluid animations and more. If you are not already a subscriber you can get a free 14-day trial of the new software too. It works on Windows 7, Vista, and XP, but there is not Mac support.

September 14, 2009 by

Massive roll-out: NSW Education picks Win7

When more than 200,000 student laptops for the Federal Government's Digital Education Revolution go out to NSW schools, they will be running Windows 7 instead of Windows XP as first announced, following a successful trial in three schools.

August 2, 2009 by

Allowing users to 'vote' for browsers could be Microsoft's worst nightmare

There have been a couple of leaks of late in the ongoing Microsoft antitrust trial in the European Union that could spell bad news for the Softies if they're true. On June 8 Bloomberg reported that the EC has distributed a survey to a number of PC makers, asking them about a possible "ballot screen" that it might require Microsoft to include with Windows.

June 8, 2009 by

Use those old Palm OS apps on your Symbian device with StyleTap

My mobile device history dates back to 1997 with my US Robotics Pilot 1000 and I still have a few Palm OS applications that I enjoy using. If you have Palm OS applications that you still need to run and now have moved onto S60, UIQ, or Windows Mobile you can use StyleTap and still use most Palm applications. The Symbian (S60 and UIQ) version has been in closed beta for some time and according to the Symbian Guru the S60 version was just made available for trial and purchase (US$49.95).

January 16, 2009 by

XP on XO goes to Peru

Peru will be starting a 9-month trial of OLPC's XO laptops running a "tweaked" version of Windows XP and Microsoft's low-cost version of Office, Microsoft Office 2003 Standard and Learning Essentials 1.0.

September 16, 2008 by

Fixing Windows Vista, Part 4: Get smart about services

In the three previous installments of this series, I discussed ways to improve the performance of Windows Vista by changing some settings (especially those installed by an OEM PC maker). Today's installment is a little different. Mostly, it's about not wasting your time following bad advice. The single most common bogus tip I read at Windows-focused websites is the one that advises Vista users to disable "unnecessary" services. What's an unnecessary service? They can't tell you, so they recommend that you waste yor time with tedious trial-and-error techniques. Bad advice. I'll save you time (and headaches) by identifying four specific circumstances under which you might want to disable services to improve system performance. Read on for the full details.

May 18, 2008 by

My 10 favorite Windows programs of all time

In this article and accompanying gallery, I list 10 Windows programs I use every day. Every one adds a feature that makes Windows easier to use or can help make you more productive. Most are free; for those that aren’t a trial version is available. All of the programs in this list run on XP and Vista. I've been using every program on this list for long enough to recommend it without reservation.

March 2, 2008 by

The best of ZDNet, delivered

You have been successfully signed up. To sign up for more newsletters or to manage your account, visit the Newsletter Subscription Center.
Subscription failed.

Top Stories