Firefox clocks 2 million

Mozilla recently posted that just 24 hours after Mozilla Firefox 2.0 to the public on 24th October, 2 million people downloaded it – that is 30 downloads a second. To compare this figure with Microsoft’s IE7 release of only half a million downloads in the first 24 hours, it becomes clear there is a active … Read more

Security company claims Vista’s PatchGuard cracked

Controversy has emerged over PatchGuard, the kernel protection service scheduled to be included in the 64-bit version of Windows Vista. Microsoft’s PatchGuard technology, scheduled for inclusion in the 64-bit version of Windows Vista, has caused a furor from certain antivirus vendors, who charged that Microsoft was gaining an “unfair advantage” by not allowing them unfettered … Read more

Windows Desktop Search 3.0 Released

Windows Desktop Search 3.0 is the technology which enables instant search on your computer. It helps you to find, preview, and use your documents, e-mail, music, photos, and other items. The search engine in Windows Desktop Search 3.0 is a Windows service that is also used by applications such as Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 and … Read more

Pre RTM Build of Vista Leaked on Torrents.

A Pre RTM Build of Vista was found in Torrents. This Vista build 5840 includes a surprising number of brand-new and final icons, and a new set of final wallpapers, including a default wallpaper that’s a variation of the Aurora “swoosh” that Microsoft has been using as a Vista identifier since it announced the branding … Read more

Mozilla Firefox 2.0 Final Released

The Mozilla Corporation have today uploaded the follow-up to their hugely popular web browser, Firefox. Despite not being featured on the Firefox homepage the files have all been uploaded to the Mozilla FTP site. The Windows installer weighs in at 5568KB, and was uploaded at 0819GMT today. As well as this both Mac and Linux … Read more