Many users experience strange results when they upgrade the operating system of an existing PC. There are ways of moving easily from Windows 7 to Windows 8 and there are ways to avoid the accidental problems that might arise in the transfer.
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In the beginning there were many gods and kings. Computers were electrical switches and conductors. There were many languages used to operate them for they were uncommon at the root. What didn’t exist was a common language and a method of storage for all that was entered and learned. Then came two ideas: Microsoft and Apple. They designed software that dealt with disc operating systems for storage and each created a background language that would give other languages a home.
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Love Brave as much as we do? Disney just released Brave for the major platforms, Xbox 360, PlayStation3, Wii, Nintendo DS, and Windows PC/MAC In Brave: The Video Game,” players can change their fate, as they play as Merida, the main character in Brave (voiced by the film’s lead actress Kelly Macdonald), a Will O’ [...]
Microsoft’s Windows 8 offers a major feature that has eluded previous versions of Windows. It adopts APPS. Gone is the traditional Start tab. The screen has scrolling apps that Microsoft feels is the way to approach computing in all forms. Following iPad and Android, into Tablets with the Microsoft Surface, the engineers that brought Windows [...]
The Zune HD is the latest portable media player from Microsoft. It will come in a 16GB and 32GB configuration. The first thing one notices about the Zune HD, is the gorgeous 3.3″ OLED screen. It’s absolutely breathtaking. Videos and images pop in stunning fashion. Apart from the awesome OLED screen, the Zune HD has [...]
While students are scurrying back to school and the autumn equinox approaches, Microsoft is offering some unique opportunities. We reported that Windows System 7 is expected in October 2009. Now the Zune HD is coming to stores in September offering an attractive alternative to Apple’s digital media player as we approach the holiday season. Zune [...]
Microsoft announced Project Natal yesterday at E3, and it has shocked the gaming world. The core base of Xbox 360 owners are young males who typically play FPS and action games. With Project Natal, Microsoft is looking to expand the reach of the 360 ownership beyond the typical young male crowd. Project Natal is a [...]
J&R supplied equipment for Microsoft’s “popup” gallery for Internet Week, here in New York. JRblog will be tweeting and blogging from the gallery at 414 W14th St. noon to 7pm throughout the week. Tuesday evening, June 2nd, the gallery will be open an opening reception, 7pm – 10pm – all are invited. The following schedule [...]