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July 31, 2011  9:34 PM

WordPress Enables 20 Million Bloggers to Pin Sites in IE9



Posted by: Tony Bradley
blogs, IE9, Jump Lists, Microsoft, pinning, Wordpress

I have been a fan of Jump Lists since I started using Windows 7, and I have been a fan of pinning sites to the Task Bar as if they are desktop apps since I started using IE9. I can pin any site to the Task Bar, but only the sites that are designed to take advantage of the features really get any...

May 31, 2011  5:38 PM

Add IE9 Site Pinning to Your Site in 15 Minutes



Posted by: Tony Bradley
buildmypinnedsite.com, IE9, Internet Explorer 9, Jump Lists, Microsoft, pinned site, Windows 7

Pinned sites are one of the cool features of IE9 on Windows 7. A pinned site--if done right, and developed to take advantage of being pinned--treats the site as if it were an application, and makes it easier to navigate to key elements of the site. Microsoft reports that sites that take...


December 30, 2009  12:24 AM

Windows 7: More Than Just a Coat of Lipstick on Vista



Posted by: Tony Bradley
aero snap, Jump Lists, system resources, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP

Microsoft critics are fond of saying that Windows 7 is just Windows Vista with a makeover, or that Windows 7 is nothing more than Windows Vista Service Pack 3, or that it is the operating system Microsoft should have developed instead of Windows Vista. I never really had any issues with Windows...


August 31, 2009  11:16 PM

Windows 7 Application Compatibility



Posted by: Tony Bradley
ACT, Application Compatibility Toolkit, DirectAccess, Jump Lists, Windows 7

Windows 7 is almost here. Enterprise customers will be able to get it soon and there are less than 2 months until it hits General Availability and lands on store shelves and pre-installed on PC's and laptops. New features...


August 27, 2009  8:59 AM

Jumping For Jump Lists



Posted by: Tony Bradley
Jump Lists, recent items, Windows 7

Ever since I started using Windows 7 in the pre-public Beta days one of my favorite features has been Jump Lists. It may not have the gee-whiz factor of AeroShake, but it is much more practical and enables me to work more efficently and save time. With Windows Vista, I relied on the Recent Items...


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