2 Free video editing software I use daily

Here are the two free video editing software I use daily. These tools are easy and have the feature I need. As they serve my need, I don’t need to buy any expensive video editing software. Although I can always use more features of paid program, I have not intention for upgrading these software anytime…

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Windows 10 unveiled to undo the damages done by Windows 8

Windows 8 was a bigger disaster than the notorious Windows Vista. To undo the damages done by the OS, Microsoft has decided to skip Windows 9. On Tuesday, September 30, Microsoft unveiled Windows 10 – a marriage of Windows 8 and Windows 7. Although it is more of Windows 8 than the earlier version, the…

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Microsoft selling Dell Venue 8 Pro tablet for $99 on Dec 9

In it’s online store and retail locations Microsoft is selling Venue 8 Pro tablet from Dell with Windows 8.1 operating system for for $99. The price is a $200 discount from the device’s regular price. There are a few catch The promotion price is only available for the customers in the United States, Canada and…

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MS Office arrives in iOS devices – too late, too little

Microsoft took a long time to port the productivity suite, Microsoft Office to iOS devices. Microsoft ignored when the people most craved for the software and now when they have found alternatives (and get used to them), not many are excited by the Microsoft announcement. While watching the promo video (attached at the end of…

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PC sales didn’t pick up after Windows 8 launch

When Windows 8 was launched on October 26, 2012 many expected a surge in the sales of PC. But, according to the new data from research firm NPD, PC sales has decreased by 21 percent since the launch of Windows 8. Desktop computer sales has decreased by 9 percent while laptop sales decreased by 24…

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Windows Live Messenger being replaced by Skype

In a latest report, Microsoft planning to retire its messaging service, Windows Live Messenger client, and focus in Skype. Skype has announced that the Windows Live Messenger is now integrated with Skype so that the users of the popular service can use Skype as their native client. In the announcement, Messanger has only a few…

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Microsoft released Windows 8 smartphone

October 29 is not an ideal day for new product launches, but two of the biggest tech companies, Microsoft and Google have released their new smartphones on the day. Because of hurricane Sandy, Google canceled the formal press meet and informally launched its new tablet and new smartphone. Microsoft however went ahead with it’s pre-planned…

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Windows 8 wasn’t loud enough, poll

In a poll conducted in the US, more than half of the adults polled hadn’t heard of Windows 8, in spite of the release of the ‘radical redesign’ of the most popular operating system. In addition to Windows 8, Microsoft had also released a tablet-friendly, Windows RT and a Surface tablet running the new operating…

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Windows 8 released, upgrade costs $40

Windows 8, a significantly new operating system (OS) compared to it’s predecessors Windows 7 or Windows XP and is launched on October 26, 2012. Windows 8 is designed with touch input as one of the integral input system and works well with a computer equipped with a touch screen. The user interface of the new…

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Microsoft Funeral Ceremony for Windows Phone Rivals

Microsoft tried to show it’s confidence on its upcoming Windows Phone 7 operating system by hosting a mock funeral ceremony of it’s rival phones including Apple’s iPhone and RIM’s Blackberry. In the ceremony, hearses for the iPhone and the BlackBerry were carried along with Microsoft employees dressed up in Windows Phone 7 garb. The Microsoft…

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