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October 22, 2014

The End of Windows Control Panel

Filed under: News — admin @ 3:09 pm

The original Windows featured an icon-based Control Panel.

Windows XP offered two views of the Control Panel: Icons and text/link. That trend continued through Windows 7, with the emphasis on the text-based Control Panel.

Windows 8 kept the original Control Panel (dual mode) but added a PC Settings screen.

Windows 9 will never exist.

Windows 10 is trying to bring the text-based Control Panel and PC Settings screen together. Will the old icon-based Control Panel final rest in peace?

NeoWin

If It’s Tuesday, Microsoft Must Have a Patch

Filed under: Main — Tags: , , — admin @ 12:01 am

Do you regularly update Windows? You should! And it seems like every Tuesday something new requires that you restart your computer.
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October 20, 2014

What’s with Windows 7 patch KB 2952664?

Filed under: News — admin @ 12:48 pm

They try and try and the patch keeps failing! InfoWorld‘s Woody Leonhard takes a look at what the patch does and whether or not it’s really necessary.

InfoWorld

Half-Life Retrospective

Filed under: News — admin @ 9:09 am

Truly, it was and remains a great, groundbreaking video game.

YouTube

The Mobile Chrome Browser’s Tabs

Filed under: Main — Tags: — admin @ 12:01 am

google-chrome-logo Ever wonder what that tiny little square is with the numbers in it? That’s the Chrome web browser’s tabs feature, although on a mobile device it’s not as obvious to use as it is on a computer.
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October 17, 2014

Easy Access to Weird Characters in Word

Filed under: Main — Tags: — admin @ 12:01 am

Typing on a computer involves more than just the text you’ll find on the keyboard. Occasionally you need some special symbols. Word’s Symbol command can help, but you probably don’t know the secret to finding even more symbols than what’s displayed in the Symbol dialog box.
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October 16, 2014

Sneak Peek at the New iMac

Filed under: News — admin @ 2:11 pm

What’s a 5K screen? Apparently it’s very beautiful. I can’t tell by reading the article because my computer doesn’t have a 5K screen. Therefore I must trudge over to the Apple Store to have a looksee.

Engadget

The Google Nexus Player

Filed under: News — admin @ 7:58 am

Hot on the heels of Amazon Fire TV is the Google Player, a gizmo that brings Chrome and Android to an Internet-ready TV near you.

Dear to my heart: The remote control with it’s voice search button.

Yes, I will buy it.

Engadget

October 15, 2014

Presenting Android Lollipop

Filed under: News — admin @ 12:54 pm

And the unveiling of the new statue in Google’s Android garden:

Droid Life

Google Glass Withdrawal

Filed under: News — admin @ 7:31 am

I’m not certain whether this story is bogus or not (I don’t know the British papers), but apparently a man wore his Google Glass gizmo nearly 24 hours every day. He is now suffering from withdrawal symptoms when he doesn’t wear the device. He even dreams about it.

Is this for real?

The Guardian

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