Vista’s Security Fails

Do you believe what Microsoft says about Vista being the most secure version of Windows yet? Do you trust in Microsoft’s OneCare anti-virus software to protect you? If your answer is yes, then you are in trouble. Microsoft yesterday acknowledged on their Technet Blog that poor test results of its OneCare anti-virus software in last … Read more

Microsoft Allows Cracking Vista

Microsoft, which has created enough hurdles to get rid of piracy by making customers activate each and every product they purchase. If that is not enough they expect all the users to go through the scrutiny of genuineness validation. No comes the surprise. The same company also has created loopholes in Windows Vista for all … Read more

Winhelp for Vista released

As I have pointed out in this article (How to read *.hlp files on Vista) Windows Help program WinHlp32.exe was not included in Vista. Now Microsoft has released WinHlp32.exe for Windows Vista. Microsoft’s excuse for not including windows help program, was that program has not had a major update for many releases and no longer … Read more

Zenfolio – Great Image Hosting Site

I have just signed up for the “unlimited” Zenfolio account ($35 after referral code) after using the (no credit card) trial version for a 14 days. I started getting interested in it after really using it to browse other peoples galleries. As my harddisk was getting filled with photographs I desperately needed a site to … Read more

VMware turns Portable

VMware has introduced a public beta test of ACE 2 Enterprise Edition, adding on many new features (including the ability to distribute virtual machines on any portable USB drive) over the previous release which allowed users to construct specific virtual machines and then distribute them. VMware Pocket ACE allows users to store any number of … Read more