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  • Aaron Stebner's WebLog

    One root cause identified for protected content playback errors in Update Rollup 2 for Media Center 2005

    As I have previously described here and here , some folks have run into problems playing protected content after installing Update Rollup 2 for Media Center 2005 . Our team has identified one potential root cause for this problem and I wanted to outline...
  • Outside The Cube

    Nope - not StartSomethingPoliticallyCorrect ;-) Check out - cool new PC designs - you can vote on which one you think is the sweetest design (requires Passport login).
  • Steve Rowe's Blog

    Blog Meltdown?

    I've noticed a trend recently. Or, at least I think I have. I have certainly noticed a few datapoints that look like a trend. Blog software is failing to scale. For all the penetration of blogs and the millions of people hosting them, they are starting...
  • NathanA's Mostly Web Services Blog

    New WSE 3 articles

    Here's some of the latest about WSE 3 in the news: Microsoft hails security focus in Web services package MSDN TV on WSE 3.0
  • UACBlog

    Gaming with Least-Privileged User Accounts

    This article describes how games developers can author Microsoft Windows games that work well with least-privileged user accounts (also known as limited-user accounts).
  • VolkerW's WebLog

    Sony Handycam

    Some time ago I bought a Sony Handycam DCR-HC40 . I've always used it with my 32-bit laptop and desktop to transfer video files or even record into a file. Today for the first time I tried to connect it to the Ferrari 4000 running XP Professional x64...
  • notes and rants

    Everything and Nothing

    I have no more excuses on why I haven't posted - nor do I have any promises of returning to consistent schedule that this post once had.  This post is merely a tickle to the two or three people who still have a subscription to my RSS feed.   I have...
  • IEBlog

    IE Security Update Impact to Security and Compatibility

    We’ve heard some concerns about the potential impact of recent IE updates, and I want to give you background on these updates so you can understand the impact. It is a top goal of ours to keep users safe and web pages working as the author intended...
  • Somasegar's blog

    The journey

    Without going into any details, I can tell you that this whole week has been quite an interesting, learning and humbling experience for me. Thankfully, it has nothing to do with Visual Studio 2005 or .NET Framework 2.0, but nonetheless work related. ...
  • East Region Microsoft CRM Blog

    Making Demos of Microsoft CRM Run Faster!!!!

    New Version just released. for the latest. This version is being removed... :-) As you all probably know... I ain't the brighest bulb in the pack, but there are a bunch of folks who...
  • David Kline

    Targeting Windows CE processors for native Visual Studio 2005 projects

    While I do not often delve into native programming on this weblog, I was asked about this topic recently and thought I would share what I learned. That question was: "How do I target a specific processor type when building a native Windows CE 5.0 application...
  • Outside The Cube

    Antispyware: Windows Defender...

    Jason Garms comments on the newly renaming of Windows Antispyware to Windows Defender... Microsoft is proud to announce that the final name for Microsoft's Windows AntiSpyware technology...
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