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Best Technology Blog Posts of the Week (December 4, 2010)

Posted by Angel Luis On December - 4 - 2010

Because the internet is more than just Windows Guides, we have prepared a selection of the best technology posts of this week.

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Best Technology Blog Posts of the Week (November 27th 2010)

Posted by Angel Luis On November - 27 - 2010

Because the internet is more than just Windows Guides, we have prepared a selection of the best technology posts of this week.

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Best Technology Blog Posts of the Week (November 20th 2010)

Posted by Angel Luis On November - 20 - 2010

Because the internet is more than just Windows Guides, we have prepared a selection of the best technology posts of this week.

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Check out the Official Windows Facebook Page

Posted by Rich On November - 16 - 2010

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Did you know that Windows has an official Facebook fanpage? Are you a fan yet?

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Best Technology Blog Posts of the Week (November 13, 2010)

Posted by Angel Luis On November - 13 - 2010

Because the internet is more than just Windows Guides, we have prepared a selection of the best technology posts of this week.

Do you have an iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch? Have you ever have an application that is not responding to your commands? Check this article by Alex on HowToGeek.

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Microsoft Security Essentials Now Available on Windows Update

Posted by Taylor Ling On October - 28 - 2010

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I must admit that I am a big fan of Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE). Since Microsoft has the most popular consumer operating system in the world, why don’t they take up the responsibility in releasing a security program for their users for free? Of course, I am aware that Microsoft has previously released a few – less noticeable security programs, like Windows Defender (pre-installed in Windows Vista/7 and will be disabled if the user installs MSE) and Windows Live OneCare (which was a paid subscription and discontinued), but most Windows users still prefer to use some free security software offered by third parties (and most of them are ad-supported), due to various reasons. Don’t be surprised that some of new PC users aren’t aware of the importance of a security product for Windows, and some don’t have security software installed (and they aren’t aware that they are exposed to the various threats during browsing), so it is pretty important (and I think it’s quite fundamental) for Microsoft to have a competitive in-house security program for all Windows users, for free of course, and the answer is Microsoft Security Essentials. Read the rest of this entry »


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