Most folks that are a computer enthusiast, a professional, and someone concerned about the privacy-security issues with Microsoft’s latest Trojan-Horse Operating System freely given with all kinds of back doors I have shared in great detail before to include an easy fix to shut the otherwise, nimble and efficient operating system. 1,286 more words
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On an internal mailing list about home maintenance and ownership, somebody asked:
I have a handful of items that I need to get rid of and probably should not toss into the regular garbage.
A little follow-up to my July 2009 post on Google’s Chrome OS. Ed Bott is now reporting the first usage numbers that include Google’s attempt to convince people to give up their personal computers and switch to terminals where everything they do goes through the Silicon Valley Ad Agency’s servers. 84 more words
Microsoft restores transfer rights for retail Office 2013 copies – ZDNET – Ed Bott
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As part of its shift to a subscription model, Microsoft introduced a controversial “no transfer” restriction with Office 2013.
If you’re installing a critical security update on your computer, caused by the software vendor’s sloppy code quality, you probably wouldn’t dream that your software vendor is trying to make some money out of the inconvenience. 439 more words
By Ian Bush
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Finally putting a price tag on the device, Microsoft has announced that its “Surface” tablet will go on sale next month. 165 more words