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Jul
30
2005

Hotmail will offer 2GB

Microsoft wants to provide the users of its free e-mail service with the same features offered by Outlook and Outlook Express. Aside from changing the interface, Hotmail will also offer options like previewing e-mails, antiphishing features and the possibility to block and unblock certain senders. Together with the new interface, Hotmail will also increase the storage space to 2 GB. This announcement marks ending of the battle for storing space. After the 2GB amount became [...]

Jul
29
2005

Microsoft Windows Genuine Advantage Validation Cracked

Microsoft added a new check for windows which downloading microsoft updates or softwares. Now we can download microsoft updates only using genuine windows. Before downloading they will check our windows and we have to register our copy. This is to find pirated copies of Windows XP and force them to buy the original copy.But the Microsoft pirate check is cracked in less than 24 hour by a line of Javascript code!. The trick only apply [...]

Jul
25
2005

Windows Vista

The next version of Windows finally has an official name: Windows Vista.The advertising tagline for Vista is “Clear, Confident, Connected: Bringing clarity to your world,” The first beta, or test release, of Vista is slated for release by Aug. 3. That release will be targeted at developers and IT professionals.Microsoft has promised that Vista will be widely available on computers for the 2006 holiday buying season. A beta, or test, version is planned for release [...]

Jul
17
2005

Fedora Core 4 Released

Fedora Core 4 (Stentz) is the latest release, from the project sponsored by Red Hat Inc. Every new version of Fedora Core comes with interesting new features and many bug fixes. “Fedora Core 4 continues our tradition of syncing to the latest and greatest open source releases, including GNOME® 2.10, KDE 3.4.0, Firefox™ 1.0.4, OpenOffice.org 1.9.104, and a 2.6.11-based kernel,” Red Hat desktop team lead Havoc Pennington said. Iam waiting for getting FC4. If you [...]

May
21
2005

Netscape 8.0 Released

Netscape has released the final version of its web browser – Netscape 8.0, which toggles between Internet Explorer and Firefox rendering engines to ensure compatibility and security requirements. The browser is based upon Firefox 1.0.3 and includes advanced features along with several custom enhancements such as integrated RSS feeds and Netscape portal content. It also integrates enhanced privacy features and an option to install from several toolbars. While, the IE’s engine is included to provide [...]

Mar
25
2005

Pentium 4 Reaches the Speed Limit

Pentium 4 Reaches the Speed Limit Processor at 3.8GHz may mark the end of Intel’s speed race. As expected, Intel has introduced a 3.8GHz Pentium 4 processor in what could represent the end of an era for the chip maker. The Pentium 4 570 processor at 3.8GHz will have the fastest clock speed of any processor available from Intel for an indefinite period. Intel has decided to cancel a planned 4GHz Pentium 4 processor and [...]

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