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Windows 7 to use DirectX 10.1
Our colleagues here managed to get a nice photo of a Windows 7 presentation where the big giant talked about GPU usage in Windows 7. One of the most interesting things was the official confirmation that Windows 7 will use DirectX 10.1 API, something that works well in ATI's advantage. It doesn’t look that DirectX 11 will be ready to launch together with Windows 7 and it will probably come later even though there might be some DirectX 11 hardware to launch in 2009. (...) read more>>
Beta for Vista SP2 in pipeline
While Microsoft continues to focus on the future, news is starting to trickle out on the pending preview that will be released to a select group of Technology Adoption Program members of Service Pack 2 for Windows Vista. (...) read more>>
Windows 7 name, brand is official
Mike Nash, corporate VP for Windows product management, announced that the official name of the new Windows is Windows 7 . They've decided to go for the beta name and move away from the Vista brand. Mister Nash was excited to show this new product “to the world for the first time" and added how the OS is all about simplicity and since it’s the 7th Windows OS so far, it’s named Windows 7. (...) read more>>
XP the choice over Vista
A community-based testing network, Devil Mountain Software, Inc. claims that its statistics indicate that more than one of every three new PCs sold is being downgraded from the Vista OS to the Windows XP OS. (...) read more>>
DirectX 11 belongs to Windows 7
As Windows 7, codenamed Vienna is an improved version of Vista, DirectX 11 will work on both systems. It looks that DirectX 11 will launch before Windows 7 and we have high hopes of seeing DirectX 11 by the end of 2009. (...) read more>>
Microsoft will continue XP updates
Although most sales of Windows XP will cease at the end of this month, except for the low-cost subnotebook market space, Microsoft says that they are committed to continue support for Windows XP with ongoing security patches and other critical updates.
A recent letter that Microsoft VP Bill Veghte sent out to customers indicates that they will continue to provide security patches and other critical updates until April of 2014. (...) read more>>
Microsoft Just Can't Kill XP
Despite its desire to sell Vista everywhere, Microsoft keeps finding profitable opportunities for XP's aging code base. (...) read more>>
PlayStation 3 to ship region free!
Well we'll be damned. Looks like after all the biz with the PlayStation 3 being delayed, Blu-ray possibly experiencing issues with managed copy, and a load of uncertainty about whether it'll even perform as well as Sony expects (and everyone hopes), Sony's announced PS3 consoles will launch region-free for
games. (...) read more>>
Vista delayed (for consumers) until early 2007
Microsoft's troubled transition from XP to Vista has become something of a comedy of errors, with leaks, confusing hardware requirements, disappearing features, and habitual delays having plagued the next-gen OS since it was just a wee Longhorn. (...) read more>>
First generation HD optical disc players won't allow copying
More bad news for consumers: PC World is reporting that the first generation of high definition optical disc players will not allow content to be copied or streamed to other discs or devices (...) read more>>
Will your PC run Vista? Don't ask Microsoft.
Microsoft is including a rating system, known as the Windows Performance Rating, in Windows Vista, which will enable PC buyers to see how well a particular model can handle the new operating system. The tool ranks your computer on an overall scale of 1-5, and ranks specific components as well. The tool is likely to benefit PC retailers, who will be able to use a relatively low score as a rationale for selling upgrades, but it could also leave some consumers bewildered by what may seem like mediocre scores for relatively high-end systems. (...) read more>>
Critical vulnerabilities in Flash Player
Critical vulnerabilities have been identified in Flash Player that could allow an attacker who successfully exploits these vulnerabilities to take control of the affected system. A malicious SWF must be loaded in Flash Player by the user for an attacker to exploit these vulnerabilities. Users are recommended to update to the most current version of Flash Player available for their platform.
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