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Firefox 4 Beta Is Now Available For Android Phones

Dolphin has long been the most popular browser for users on Android, but this week Firefox has jumped in to create some fierce competition.  Firefox is one of the most popular internet browsers for Mac and PC, but only time will tell how many users will convert to their mobile adaptation.  Currently in Beta, the […]

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Uninstall IE9 - Go back to IE8

How-To Uninstall Internet Explorer 9 Beta

Earlier we talked about some of the highlights in the new Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) beta, and many gave it a try.  But, IE9 is still in beta so if you need a stable web browser then IE9 is still not an option.  Normally uninstalling a program on your computer is simple, however in the […]

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Firefox 4.0 Beta Released

Attention all beta testers! Firefox 4.0 Beta is now available for public download! At first glance, Firefox 4 brings us a new UI and some nice features. However, unlike other recent beta releases, this beta appears to be full of issues which might justify waiting for the next beta or the full release. Let’s take […]

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Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 BETA Available for Download

Busy busy week for Microsoft!  Earlier I mentioned Microsoft ending support for Windows XP SP2 and ending support for Windows Server 2000.  Even more interesting is that Microsoft has finally released Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1 BETA.  I mentioned the requirements for getting the beta in a blurb about Windows 7 earlier. However, […]

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Windows 7 SP1 Beta Available For Download

Together with the release of Service Pack 1 Beta for Windows Server 2008, Microsoft has released Service Pack 1 Beta for Windows 7. Microsoft is saying the download is not for the “home user” being that all the new features are for “Corporate Customers.”  However, I think based on the quality of Microsoft’s other recent […]

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Microsoft Releases a TON of Beta 2010 Software

October and November have been big months for Microsoft updates.  Microsoft has released for public use and testing the beta versions of many of their corporate line-up products.   The in-beta applications are free to use, and I find it an excellent alternative to using limited evaluation copies, not to mention it’s a great opportunity to […]

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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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GrandCentral Upgrade to Google Voice FINIALLY!

There’s been an ongoing Forum thread on my GrandCentral migration to Google Voice and this morning when I got to work I logged into GrandCentral and was pleasantly surprised that my account was now ready for migration to Google Voice!     Of course I quickly clicked the UPGRADE button and was redirected over to […]

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