Windows Weekly 147
Recorded: March 10, 2010
Published: March 12, 2010
- Hands on with Windows Phone 7
- I'm at the Microsoft campus this week. This is what I saw today...
- Windows 7 SP1 still on track for Q4 2010
- Not sure why this is a story, but others seem to be getting this wrong
- Microsoft's silly cross platform gaming move
- One game, one platform, across Xbox, Windows, Windows Phone
- Microsoft cancels Windows Essential Business Server
- Is SBS Next?
- This is really a pro-cloud move when you think about it
- Office 2010 Tech Guarantee goes live
- And yes, you can get it with the Ultimate Steal offer
- Microsoft fixes browser ballot
- And no, that doesn't mean Sleepnir is out
- OnLive gaming service goes live this June
- $14.95 a month (The first 25,000 qualified people to register on the OnLive Game Service will have their first 3 months’ service fee waived.)
Windows 7 Feature of the Week: Aero Peek
Windows 7 Tip of the Week: F11
- The F11 key has long been a secret "full screen" shortcut for IE. But it works for Windows Explorer as well.
- Thanks to Hernan Heyman for the tip.
Tip of the Week
- Add a Bookmarks button to Chrome
- The tip involves going into Chrome's Properties and adding "--bookmark-menu" (no quotes) to the end of the Target.
- Thanks to Sterling for the tip.
Software Pick of the Week
- 7 Taskbar Thumbnail Customizer
- Thanks to Daniel Smith for the tip
- ZoneAlarm DataLock - A $20 bitlocker alternative
- Thanks to Mark Murphy
- Rapportive - an Extension for Chrome and Firefox that replaces Ads in Gmail with Social Networking information
- Thanks to Joe
- Link URL and optional brief description
- ad times: 0:51-0:58 and 50:00-53:36
|Blink by Malcolm Gladwell (UNABRIDGED)|
Narrated by Malcolm Gladwell
- G2M #6
- ad times: 0:34-0:49 and 12:18-13:49
- Edited by: Tony
- Notes: no tease recorded.
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