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Ubuntu 11.10 vs Windows 7 – Who Wins?

Operating System (OS) plays a very important role in a desktop or laptop or your mobile phone. It is system software that prepares the ground for playing different applications by effectively translating user commands to be processed on the hardware. It unleashes the hardware’s capability to perform multiple tasks enthusing users all the time. The system will be live as […]

     
 
 

Download Angry Birds Rio Game for Windows for Free

Second Angry Birds post for the day and it’s a complete co-incidence! This is a quick update to let you guys know that you can now download Angry Birds Rio game for Windows at absolutely no cost, courtesy, the Intel AppUp center. Register with Intel AppUpSM Center by September 29, get a FREE copy of the Angry Birds Rio app—then […]

     
 
 

Four Amazing Freeware Tools for Windows

Freeware are basically software applications which are used to enhance your work on your computer, saving you a lot of time and energy. With the advent of computer age and networking, works in digital media can be modified, copied and distributed instantaneously. Freeware creators usually retain the copyrights or the license of the work in contrast to Open source software. […]

     
 
 

Mac OS X Lion Theme for Windows 7

Apple released the final version of the hugely awaited Mac OS X Lion 10.7 yesterday and it comes with more than 250 new features including considerable changes to the look and feel of the operating system. If you are a Windows 7 user, who loves to play around with Windows 7 themes in order to experience the different user interfaces, […]

     
 
 

Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse Review: Not What you Want but What you Need

Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse Review: Not What you Want but What you Need

Microsoft has often come out with some of the coolest PC accessories, specially in the wireless section. Microsoft Arc Touch is a premium PC accessory with an unique design and aimed at users who travel often. Arc Touch Mouse succeeds it’s predecessor, the Arc Mouse and is Microsoft’s answer to Apple’s hugely popular Magic Mouse. Final Take This mouse isn’t […]

     
 
 

Slow PC? Find out the Reason and Speed it up With AbpMon

Slow PC? Find out the Reason and Speed it up With AbpMon

There is nothing more painful than a PC running slow. It is not always easy to pin point the process which is hogging the system memory and slowing down the PC. Yes, the default Windows Task manager provides you some information about memory usage and list of processes running, but it isn’t capable enough to easily fix the issue. This […]

     
 
 

A Look at Windows OS Over the Years – Windows 1.0 to Windows 7

A Look at Windows OS Over the Years – Windows 1.0 to Windows 7

This can be nostalgic to many geeks who have been using Microsoft’s Windows operating system for a long time now. Andrew Tait must be appreciated for taking pain to install every version of Windows OS from 1.0 to 7 inside a VMWare instance, and thereby giving us an overview of how Windows has changed over the years. And all that […]

     
 
 

[Direct Download] Windows 7 SP1 RTM

The long awaited RTM version of Windows 7 Service Pack 1 has been released to general public by Microsoft and is available for download now. This comes days after it was made available to the tech community at MSDN and TechNet. Even the Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 RTM has been released. The RTM of Windows 7 SP1 [KB976932] is […]

     
 
 

Download Internet Explorer 9 Release Candidate (RC)

After a long wait, Microsoft has finally released the Internet Explorer 9 Release candidate which includes some important new features and changes as compared to IE9 beta release. 32bit and 64 bit versions for both Windows 7 and Windows Vista has been made available. As we mentioned before Windows XP users won’t be able to use IE9. Tracking protection is […]

     
 
 

How Windows Works?

Before any Microsoft fanboy flame me for putting up this funny chart, let me confess that the chart holds good for Mac OSX and Linux as well. But the last part of the chart is more closer to Windows than the other two operating systems. Isn’t it? [via]GraphJam