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Become An Online Image Detective With TinEye

Perhaps someone posted a picture of you online and you want to figure out where it came from and where it’s been shared?  Or maybe you found a picture you really like but want to find a larger copy?  Or…  Perhaps your a photographer and want to ensure no one is stealing your photos…  In […]

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Microsoft Math Solves Complex Math Easily

If you’re a student making your way through math class, it can be helpful to have a tutor.  Then again, there are several reasons why a tutor won’t work out; money, time, personality, smell, etc.   Good news!  Microsoft has created a stand-alone program which can act as your virtual tutor and help with not only […]

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New Changes In Microsoft Word 2010

Microsoft Word is the backbone of the Microsoft Office suite.  After years of progress, Microsoft has decided that “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it” and is making tiny adjustments to Word 2010.  Following the new ribbon menu that we saw from Word 2007, there wasn’t a lot left to be desired. However, Microsoft still […]

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MSN Web Messenger Retired – Introducing Live People [groovyReview]

In a previous article, MrGroove wrote about the IM Client MSN Web Messenger as an excellent web-based alternative to the Microsoft Live Messenger Client.  Microsoft recently discontinued the MSN Web Messenger service. However, they rolled its functionality into the Windows Live family of products, calling the new product: Windows Live People.   The design is […]

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Microsoft Security Essentials - Free Anti-Virus

Microsoft Security Essentials Beta Review

Way way back in November 2008, I talked about the Microsoft Announcement that they would be giving away a free anti-virus client code-named Morrow. Well, it’s almost a year later, and Microsoft has been busy.  On ~June 23rd, 2009 Microsoft announced the product name would be – Microsoft Security Essentials and released the product in […]

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