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  • Blog Post: FTW IE6, IE7, IE8, Chrome and Firefox running together on Windows 7 in Windows XP Mode

    When you buy Windows 7 (pro or ultimate) you get Windows XP "virtualized" for free. What this means that if you are web developer you can finally have IE6, IE7, IE8 all running alongside each other as hardware supported virtual applications. Take a trip to the Virtual PC site to read the hardware...
  • Blog Post: Click Suite, Auckland Museum + the ‘Hybridiser’

    Click Suite has a long history of awesome interactive new media projects. Their front end weapon of choice has almost exclusively been Flash. Zef Fugaz has always been one for pushing the user experience to the edge and delivered a great session at the Microsoft Expression for Art’s Sake event on User...
  • Blog Post: Windows 7 Media Center - Sky Digital + Freeview HD Setup.

    I have been getting a lot of questions recently about my home media center setup since I told people that I have moved to the Windows 7 Release Candidate. I thought the best way to address things is with a blog post. You may or may not be aware that Windows 7 opens the door for watching Freeview...
  • Blog Post: Sneak Peak of the Windows 7 MSDN Flash Newsletter.

    If you’ve been missing these updates previously subscribe to MSDN Flash... If you have disconnected yourself over the holiday period you may not have caught up with the news that we have released the first beta of Windows 7. I recommend that you join the Windows 7 Beta Customer Preview Program...
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