Insidehw has reviewed and compiled a list of free Windows applications for use in our everyday lives. Some of the recommended freewares (e.g. Firefox, Thunderbird, Winamp) are no strangers to us so folks, read on to find out more!
With Windows 7 scheduled to arrive on 22 October, Microsoft has prepared a TV advertisement with Kylie, a little girl who has been featured in previous Microsoft commercial. This time round, Kylie says she saw “happy” words on her dad’s PC and that more “happy” is coming. Check out the video.
LG Korea has announced three new Windows Mobile smartphones today, which include the GW550 that is preinstalled with Windows Mobile 6.5 OS and QWERTY keyboard. The GW550 is scheduled to launch in in Asia, Africa and the Middle East later this year.
Worried that your Transcend USB flash drives won’t work with the upcoming Windows 7? Well, the manufacturer has just got their JetFlash USB drives to be certified to work with the new operating system. Read more about the news release.
In 2008, Microsoft canceled Windows Movie Maker. In anticipation of Windows 7’s release arrives Windows Live Movie Maker (henceforth referred to as “WLMM”), the official replacement to Windows Movie Maker, available for free download as a Windows Live software. Without further ado, let’s check this neat software out now.
Today, MSI announced their new 16-inch Bravo EX628 entertainment notebook PC for users who want superb experience in gaming and watching their movies, and also 41 notebook models that are Microsoft Windows 7 certified. Read on to find out more about the announcements.
Korean mobile software manufacturer DIOTEK has launched their DioPen Cursive handwriting recognition software designed for Windows Mobile touchscreen devices. The software has multi-language support and can recognize print handwriting as well as a mixed use of cursive and print handwritings.
Windows 7 will be hitting retail shelves on the 22nd October this year but won’t it be nice to see how the packaging is gonna look like. Windows Team have an update on that in their recent blog post.
Increased costs in Windows 7 as compared to Windows XP may force netbook vendors to consider keeping their Intel Atom N270 and N280-based netbooks to use Windows XP and will not offer upgrades to Windows 7. Here’s more in the full article
It is not official but according to Computerworld, Microsoft could drop the price of Windows 7 to around $100 when it announces retail prices later this month, based on calculations for an earlier Vista cost-cutting move.
Start saving up if you are going to upgrade your OS to Windows 7 as the release date has been mentioned – 22nd Oct 2009
After months of waiting and all the hype around Windows 7 operating system, we get to see a shed of light that Windows 7 might be coming as early as October, if not at least the holiday season this year. Getting excited are you?
Seems like it is a lil earlier than usual, Windows 7 Release Candidate 1 (RC1) is now available for download on Microsoft’s site. Here are a few things you might want to take note.
Microsoft has announced the availability of Windows 7 Release Candidate (RC). The public availability will be available from the Microsoft Download Center at http://microsoft.com/downloads on May 5th.
We have all heard or read about the imminent death of Microsoft’s Windows XP. The official Life-Cycle Policy really means XP was supposed to be dead and buried back on 31 Jan 2009. This may really really be the end of XP with Windows 7 on the way. Especially so since there has been a lot of positive feedback and comments for
ASUS has gently glided into action with their latest offering of Windows Mobile 6.1 device, P565. Literally power packed with a speedy 800 MHz processor and sporting a high-resolution 2.8-inch touchscreen, the PDA phone claims superb multimedia performance. So glide in with us to tap into the unlimited power of the P565.
We are curious how benchmarks and games will run under Windows 7 pre-beta version using the Core i7 processor. We ran the Core i7 965 processor with ASUS Rampage II Extreme board at 4GHz and one HDD loaded with Vista 32-bit SP1 and the other with Windows 7 32-bit while everything else are identical. Forceware 180.44 WHQL drivers although works on Windows