Monthly Archives: May 2010
Microsoft Money is headed off into the sunset, but our friends in Redmond have one final version to offer those who are still using their personal finance product.
The aptly-named “sunset edition” of Microsoft Money was released in May and although it has fewer features (all of the online capabilities are missing) this new version of Money doesn’t require activation, meaning that Continue reading
Just when I thought I’d seen pretty much everything weird and PC related – Microsoft manages to whack me upside the head.
A few short months ago, back during all the Windows 7 launch parties, I thought that the Windows 7 Whopper would probably be the last food item ever associated with an operating system. Well I was wrong Continue reading
Twitter users were finding their follower counts rolled back to zero Monday as the site worked to fix a bug. A Twitter spokesperson said “We’ve identified and resolved a bug that permitted a user to ‘force’ other users to follow them,” on its status blog. “We’re now working to rollback all abuse Continue reading
Most of you know that I love a freebie and today I’ve got five of them for you. They’re all Windows utilities that solve specific problems and/or make life using Windows a little easier. Best of all, not one of them will cost Continue reading