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“Your Hard Disk Is Full, Visit A Computer Shop Soon”

“Your Hard Disk Is Full, Visit A Computer Shop Soon”

22 August, 2008, 3 comments

Oh, it has been months since the last time I visited a computer shop to buy something. I am pretty sure that my computer system, my devices and gadgets are now behind the new releases. The pace of technology indeed…

VertrigoServ Causes “Blue Screen Of Death” On Windows Vista

VertrigoServ Causes “Blue Screen Of Death” On Windows Vista

4 August, 2008, 10 comments

My patience has finally run out with the most hailed, highly professional freeware web server environment package I’ve been using for ages. In lieu with my one year length work at home as webmaster (one many hats I wear), I’ve…

Update Your Video and Audio Codecs For Media Players On Windows Vista

Update Your Video and Audio Codecs For Media Players On Windows Vista

25 July, 2008, 7 comments

Without third party codec support, Windows Media Player 11 (and even Windows Media Center) that comes in the default installation of Windows Vista operating system is truly lame. And even though it deserves merits for its sleek design, it still…

What 3 GB RAM On Vista Feels Like

What 3 GB RAM On Vista Feels Like

8 July, 2008, 13 comments

Not much, really. On my previous post I’ve told you that I am planning to boost my Windows Vista Home Premium 32-bit system from 2 GB to 3 GB – and so I did it yesterday without second thought just…

The Cost-Effective Way To Increase PC and Laptop Performance

The Cost-Effective Way To Increase PC and Laptop Performance

26 June, 2008, 1 comment

My Neo laptop had breathe for almost a year now and yet, after several component upgrades, my Vista still feels slow especially when I am running productivity software. Is it my system or Window Vista that is keeping me from…

Windows Vista Users: Are You Ready For Service Pack 1?

Windows Vista Users: Are You Ready For Service Pack 1?

20 February, 2008, 4 comments

Last February 4, I was glad when I heard Microsoft announcing the finalization of Windows Vista Service Pack 1 in their website. They released the documentation of the service pack in Microsoft Download Center describing the service pack’s overview, notable…

Windows Live Messenger: The Good, The Bad and The Expectations

Windows Live Messenger: The Good, The Bad and The Expectations

2 February, 2008, No comments

It’s already been six months of nice Windows Vista experience but it felt like I haven’t played enough with the value added things Microsoft launched alongside Windows Vista. I’ve started to explore recently about Windows Live services and software, and…

Media Player Classic: Still The Best Media Player – Even In Vista

Media Player Classic: Still The Best Media Player – Even In Vista

17 January, 2008, 8 comments

Even before when I was still using Windows XP, I loved collecting downloaded video files from torrent sites. Video files such as Hollywood movies, Japanese anime and TV show series. I’ve come across different media players and sought for one…

Why I Am Not Using Yahoo Messenger for Vista (Yet)

Why I Am Not Using Yahoo Messenger for Vista (Yet)

11 January, 2008, 3 comments

Last December 5, 2007, online crowds who own Windows Vista was delighted when Yahoo’s Senior Product Manager, Josh Jacobson, announced the preview version (pre-beta) release of their long-awaited Yahoo! Messenger for Vista through its official blog. As we all know,…

Surprise! I Love Windows Vista.

Surprise! I Love Windows Vista.

5 January, 2008, 18 comments

I’ve heard from lots of people their disappointment and perused so many blogs expressing hatred on Windows Vista. It seems that this is a natural habit of many people towards any Microsoft products. Well, to tell you, I’m a Vista…