Happy Birthday Windows Media Center

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Windows Media Center Program Manager Charlie Owen highlights that this year Windows Media Center celebrates its 5th anniversary on September With Windows Media Center's upcoming birthday, Ed Bott decided to take the opportunity to celebrate the event by writing about… Read more

Happy Birthday Windows Media Center

By Brandon LeBlanc

Windows Media Center Program Manager Charlie Owen highlights that this year Windows Media Center celebrates its 5th anniversary on September With Windows Media Center's upcoming birthday, Ed Bott decided to take the opportunity to celebrate the event by writing about… Read more

Final Microsoft Office Outlook Connector Now Available

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Today, the Microsoft Office Outlook Team has made the new version of the Microsoft Outlook Connector Beta available for That means no more "beta". UPDATE: You can download the final released version of the Outlook Connector here or through Windows… Read more

Final Microsoft Office Outlook Connector Now Available

By Brandon LeBlanc

Today, the Microsoft Office Outlook Team has made the new version of the Microsoft Outlook Connector Beta available for That means no more "beta". UPDATE: You can download the final released version of the Outlook Connector here or through Windows… Read more

How I produce my videos with Windows Vista

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As you probably already noticed, I've been doing quite a bit of posts that include video demos of devices and software in my A few folks have asked me how I produce these videos and I'd like to outline the… Read more

How I produce my videos with Windows Vista

By Brandon LeBlanc

As you probably already noticed, I've been doing quite a bit of posts that include video demos of devices and software in my A few folks have asked me how I produce these videos and I'd like to outline the… Read more

Building your family tree with Family.Show

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A few weeks ago Tim Sneath, who is a Group Manager and Evangelist at Microsoft, posted about which caught my I decided to give it a is a genealogy application built on the Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) by a company called… Read more