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Microsoft reminded its 100 million Windows XP users on Monday to upgrade their PCs to Windows 7 and Office 2010, as XP begins its two-year countdown to the end of support.
Once at the helm of one of the largest most successful corporations the world has ever seen, Bill Gates’ successor as Chief Software Architect Ray Ozzie believes it’s time to start writing obituaries for the traditional personal computer, and perhaps for Microsoft as well.
Redmond, Washington-based computing giant Microsoft has confirmed that they will be doing away with their iconic, more than two decade old multicolor flag-style logo and replacing it with a simplified, one-color image that will launch alongside its upcoming Windows 8 operating system software.
This full color computer book has easy-to-follow instructions on the entire process of creating a photo book from developing the concept and text, laying out illustratons to finding the resources
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Corporations can now forecast the costs and times of Windows 7 migration paths and identify the location of applications that may may hinder a Windows 7 upgrade. Ottawa,
The Hp Compaq TC1100 is a tablet PC manufactured by Hewlett-Packard (HP) and the successor to the TC1000. This unit was discontinued at the end of 2005, and replaced by the TX1100US and TX1200US. The display of the TC1100 is a 10.4-inch LCD touchscreen. It has a detachable keyboard which can also be used like a lap top or it can be folded over and rested against the back of the tablet. It came with three different CPUs, a 1GHz, 1.1 Ghz, and a 1.2 Ghz. The 1.2 Ghz model had 2 MB L2...