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Technology Review: Will Windows Upgrade Hand Power to Big Media? [1%] by PloneRSS, 2006-12-19 17:00
Microsoft's new authentication solution, called Protected Media Path (PMP), is being developed in partnership with the entertainment companies. The technology ...
Don’t get on the wrong side of Vista. [1%] by PloneRSS, 2006-12-18 12:00
"Windows Vista will have a reduced functionality mode but one that is enhanced," says the company’s description of its new licensing technology, according to ...
Slashdot | FSF Launches "BadVista" Campaign [1%] by PloneRSS, 2006-12-17 12:00
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Vista: Why Bother? [1%] by PloneRSS, 2006-12-15 16:00
After all, according to a study by Softchoice, 94 percent of PCs do not meet the system requirements for Vista Premium.
Windows Vista: Fact or fiction? [1%] by PloneRSS, 2006-12-15 15:12
The answer is simple: "Don't upgrade".
25 Shortcomings Of Vista - Windows, Operating System, CRN Test Center - CRN [1%] by PloneRSS, 2006-12-15 11:00
there seems to be no must-have reasons behind Vista
Running Vista today is a headache [1%] by PloneRSS, 2006-12-15 11:00
Crashing Explorer every time you access your printer is just what you and your friendly Sysadmin need during your super-busy day.
Microsoft's Vista isn't compatible with SQL Server - Dec. 15, 2006 [1%] by PloneRSS, 2006-12-15 11:00
So what can companies that adopt Vista do now? Not a whole lot.
Kaspersky predicts Vista security holes: ZDNet Australia: News: Security [1%] by PloneRSS, 2006-12-12 17:00
Antivirus experts from Kaspersky Labs have predicted that 90 percent of current malware will run on Microsoft's latest operating system, Windows Vista.
Vista upgrade to boost PC component costs by 20%, says iSuppli [1%] by PloneRSS, 2006-12-12 17:00
For an average PC running Vista, the cost will jump to slightly more than US$600, a 20% increase.
InfoWorld | Rather Rough Rollout for Redmond | [1%] by PloneRSS, 2006-12-12 17:00
Not only are Vista and associated new business products bound to raise hackles on DRM and other fronts, it would appear Microsoft was not really all that well ...
Vista bound to have holes? [1%] by PloneRSS, 2006-12-12 17:00
Outside researchers commend the retooled approach - yet they also say the changes won't make online life much safer than it is now.
Playing it safe with Windows Vista | CNET News.com [1%] by PloneRSS, 2006-12-11 11:00
"I don't want to be excluded from sites because I don't use Microsoft's preferred program, and more importantly, I don't want private information like that to ...
Is MS Office becoming a zero-day liability all year long? [1%] by PloneRSS, 2006-12-11 11:00
While Vista may mitigate some of these attacks that try to take over the computer because of UAC, it doesn't protect the user's data from theft, deletion, or ...
How Vista Lets Microsoft Lock Users In - News by InformationWeek [1%] by PloneRSS, 2006-12-07 12:00
Technology called "Information Rights Management," combined with copyright law and Windows Vista, give Microsoft the tools to hold users' data hostage in ...
» Microsoft Vista and security | Paul Murphy | ZDNet.com [1%] by PloneRSS, 2006-11-28 15:54
And if that sounds like a win for everybody except the customer; well, that's Windows, right?
Vista's EULA Product Activation Worries [1%] by PloneRSS, 2006-11-28 15:54
Moreover, it allows Microsoft, through fine print in a generally unread and non negotiable agreement, to create an opportunity for economic extortion.
Virtualization not 'mature' for consumers - Software - News - ZDNet Asia [1%] by PloneRSS, 2006-11-28 15:54
Consumers cannot run home versions of Windows Vista as virtual machines because virtualization is not mature enough for broad adoption, says Microsoft.
CE Pro § Another MCE CableCard Shortcoming: No Streaming to Other PCs [1%] by PloneRSS, 2006-11-28 15:54
You can't stream CableCard content across the network to another computer.
Microsoft Vista graphic drivers fail to arrive [1%] by PloneRSS, 2006-11-28 15:54
Both RTM buggy as heck
Vista: Costs limit Education Dept deployment: ZDNet Australia: News: Software [1%] by PloneRSS, 2006-11-28 15:54
After more than eight months of beta testing Microsoft Windows Vista, licensing and implementation costs have stymied mass adoption at the NSW Department of ...
IBM will not use Windows Vista - but will move to Linux desktops - Neoseeker News Article [1%] by PloneRSS, 2006-11-28 15:54
Andreas Pleschek also told that IBM has cancelled their contract with Microsoft as of October this year. That means that IBM will not use Windows Vista for ...
Opinion: Why Windows Vista will suck [1%] by PloneRSS, 2006-11-28 15:54
When I first saw ExtremeTech's Why Windows Vista Won't Suck, I thought: "Aha, sarcasm." Nope. I was wrong. They really were saying that Vista is pretty ...
Why Vista will mean the end of the Microsoft monolith | Business | The Observer [1%] by PloneRSS, 2006-11-28 15:54
For the Vista story has turned out to be an interminable corporate nightmare. The system is two years behind schedule, and in its released version will be only ...
PC World - Pirated Vista May be Useless [1%] by PloneRSS, 2006-11-28 15:54
Microsoft says supposedly pirated copies of its new Vista computer operating system "will be of limited value" to those who use them.
Wendy's Blog: Legal Tags: Forbidding Vistas: Windows licensing disserves the user [1%] by PloneRSS, 2006-11-28 15:54
Reading the Windows Vista license is a bit like preparing for breakfast with Lewis Carroll's Red Queen: You should be ready to believe at least six impossible ...
Microsoft seals its Windows and opens the door to Linux | Business | The Observer [1%] by PloneRSS, 2006-11-28 15:54
Because companies don't squeal, we may expect the occasion to pass off reasonably peacefully. The screaming proper will only start on 30 January next year, ...
Vista's EULA Product Activation Worries [1%] by PloneRSS, 2006-11-28 15:54
Mark Rasch looks at the license agreement for Windows Vista and how its product activation component, which can disable operation of the computer, may be like ...
Vista unable to stream, convert CableCARD media - Engadget [1%] by PloneRSS, 2006-11-28 15:54
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Microsoft PowerShell isn't Vista-ready, either [1%] by PloneRSS, 2007-03-20 02:00
Another failure of Vista