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UAC Fix in Windows 7 Creates Security Hole, Blogger Says
PC World – USA
Microsoft made the change to UAC, a feature that was introduced with Windows Vista, to make it more user-friendly in Windows 7. But the change has allowed
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Windows 7 less annoying, but also less secure?
CNET News – San Francisco,CA,USA
With Windows Vista, the operating system popped up a warning any time a major change was being made to the system, whether by the OS or by a third-party
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Windows 7 Testers Uncover UAC Security Issue
ChannelWeb – Manhasset,NY,USA
and said it stemmed from Microsoft’s efforts to make UAC in Windows 7 less annoying than it was when it was introduced with Windows Vista.
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Keep a Spare PC at the Ready for Emergencies
Washington Post – United States
I’ve seen that on old, malware-infested XP boxes, but a quad-core Vista machine just 10 days out of the box? Something was definitely amiss.
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Microsoft’s Netbook Woes Also Mean Linux Yays … Right?
InformationWeek – Manhasset,NY,USA
Maybe not the whole meal, but what I do see happening is the emergence of a computing market that couldn’t have existed before, one where Windows is
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Is it lights out for desktop Linux?
Yahoo! Tech – Sunnyvale,CA,USA
Windows 7 is looking good, runs well on netbooks (unlike Vista), and will be pushed far harder for that platform than XP has ever been.
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Microsoft: Next step for Windows 7 is a release candidate
Computerworld – Framingham,MA,USA
It delivered two betas and two release candidates for Windows Vista, for example, during that OS’s trouble-plagued development.
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Crysis Warhead Patch Adds 64-Bit Support – USA
Added 64-bit executables for Windows XP x64 and Windows Vista 64-bit version. In Windows XP x64 a new shortcut will be placed under the Crysis Warhead
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Mobile is the New Desktop
Linux Magazine (registration) – San Francisco,CA,USA
MS knows this and, on the one hand, has cut way back on the amount it charges OEMs for the netbook-version of Windows, while, on the other, going so far as
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Home Electronics: Seven things you should know about Windows 7
The Gazette (Montreal) – Quebec,Canada
based software company, looking to win over skeptics disappointed with the much-hyped but often maligned Windows Vista. Available sometime in 2010,
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Google Blogs Alert for: windows vista

Windows Vista SP2 RC may be in the hands of testers as we speak
Vista Village? The dreaded Vista Flats?) for some time to come, and they’ll need provisions — like blankets, candles, water, and service packs. According to Tech Arp, Windows Vista SP2 RC is meeting testers sometime this week as an
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Windows Vista Taskbar Resize
Windows 7 changes the appearance of the taskbar quite drastically. One of the new visual changes to taskbar items is the height of each item. While it is.
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Spypal Email Spy 2009 by Thinkertec – Free Vista Files
SpyPal Email Spy software secretly monitors and records all emails opened in popular email clients, such as Microsoft Outlook 2000/XP/2003/2007, Microsoft Outlook Express 5/6, Windows Vista WinMail and IncrediMail.
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Expiration dates for Vista SP1 and XP SP3 blocks announced
Effective April 28th, 2009, Windows Vista SP1 will no longer be blocked by the tool and will be delivered via Windows Update. The same goes for Windows XP SP3, but the block will be lifted on May 19th, 2009. These dates correspond with / Main –

So how many versions of Windows XP and Vista were there again
Some people hope that with Windows 7, Microsoft Corp. will cut down on the somewhat-bewildering proliferation of versions that appeared with both XP and Vista.
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