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January 17, 2013  8:21 AM

The best of both worlds: Running Windows 8 and Mac OS X together



Posted by: Tony Bradley
aero snap, Apple, Mac OS X, MacBook, Windows 8

I really (really) loved my Dell XPS M1330 laptop. It served me well for years, with only minor issues that Dell support showed up at my house to fix. It was a great laptop. As it began to show its age in terms of the underlying hardware and processing power, I could have just gone back to the well...

May 10, 2011  8:16 AM

Microsoft Buys Skype for $8.5 Billion



Posted by: Tony Bradley
Android, Mac OS X, Microsoft, Skype

Microsoft is buying Skype. For the past week there have been rumors that a Skype purchase was imminent, but all of the speculation revolved around Facebook and Google as the new custodian of the VoIP calling and online communications icon. Microsoft swooped out of nowhere to announce that it has...


November 30, 2009  11:17 PM

Windows 7 Increases PC Demand



Posted by: Tony Bradley
Mac OS X, operating system, PC sales, Windows 7, Windows XP

According to Acer, the #2 PC maker behind HP, Windows 7 is driving demand for new PC's this holiday season. That is good news for retailers, for PC makers, and for Microsoft. Initial


November 28, 2009  11:16 PM

Windows 7 Overtakes Mac OS X



Posted by: Tony Bradley
Apple, Mac OS X, market share, Microsoft, operating system, Windows 7

Windows 7 has been officially available for just over a month, but in that short time it has captured as much of the operating system market as all versions of Apple's Mac OS X...

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October 16, 2009  8:53 AM

Stating the Obvious- Windows 7 Should Be Secure



Posted by: Tony Bradley
Apple, Linux, Mac OS X, security, Windows 7

I stumbled across an article recently titled 10 Reasons Why Reliable Windows 7 Security is Critical to Users. I use and write about Windows 7 and I tend to...


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