Thursday, September 30, 2010

Check Out WinQuire Daily Tidbits for September 30, 2010

Over at my other blog, WinQuire, I’ve started a daily news posting called Daily Tidbits, where I, throughout the day, post news and information for that day regarding Microsoft and its close competitors.

Monday, September 20, 2010

WinQuire: A New WordPress Project of Mine

If you follow me on Twitter, you may already know that I’ve started a new WordPress blog called WinQuire. Yes, the name is a portmanteau of Windows and Inquire and is designed for those who are inquiring about Windows, or even Microsoft products in general. The site will offer more in-depth reviews, commentaries and other write-ups on Microsoft products, services, and technologies.

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Weekly Wrap-Up: September 12-18, 2010

This week’s wrap-up is the first that I’ve done since August. I’ve been busy, but I’ll try to be a little more consistent with getting these out.

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Xbox 360 and Kinect Bundle Pricing Details

Yesterday, Microsoft announced its pricing for the Xbox 360 and the Kinect Bundle. The package includes the new slim 360 with a 250GB hard drive, a Kinect device, and “Kinect Adventures” one of the first Kinect games available, the cost will be $400.

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Internet Explorer 9: Available September 15 at 2:00PM EST?

Have you visited the Beauty of the Web recently? If so, you may have noticed the option to download a reminder for Outlook (or whatever similar app you choose to use).

Saturday, September 4, 2010

Microsoft Office 2010 Professional Academic: A Great Offer for Students

Microsoft offers a great solution for college students who need Office 2010 but are on a limited budget. For a mere $79.95, college students can purchase Office 2010 Professional Academic Edition.

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Windows 7 Up-Close: Windows 7 “God Mode”

I figure it’s probably time to write a little about this feature. It’s nothing too fancy or major, but it is a feature that is found everywhere on the Internet, and now, you can find it here as well. Really, Windows 7 “God Mode” is nothing else but a “folder” with almost all of the essential shortcuts to tweaking Windows 7 settings.

Sunday, July 25, 2010

Weekly Wrap-Up: July 18-24, 2010

Follow along as I briefly discuss important news in the Microsoft world in this Weekly Wrap-Up for the week of July 18-24, 2010.

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

A Look at Microsoft Security Essentials vNext Beta and the Changes That Accompany It

For those who know me, and probably for those who don’t, know I’m a big fan of Microsoft Security Essentials. I’ve highly recommended it to friends and family due to that MSE seems to be the simplest and most efficient Anti-Virus software around.

Microsoft Security Essentials vNext Beta Screenshot Gallery

To accompany my brief look at the Microsoft Security Essnetials vNext beta, I’ve provided several screenshots that you can use to take a first glance at the upcoming MSE vNext.