Question by James: Will a 32bit version of microsoft office 2010 professional work with my windows 7 64bit?
Answer by brisray
Yes, it will run fine. The main reason to get the 64bit version of MS Office if you use Excel workbooks over 2Gb in size, but you’ll lose the Equation Editor in word, which is 32bit only. more on things like that at http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee681792.aspx
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Like Moore’s law, there should also be a law that determines the rate at which display screens at trade shows grow. For it’s last year at the Consumer Electronics Show, Microsoft flaunted a video wall at its booth that stretched a respectable 70 feet (21 meters) long. If you’ve ever wondered what it takes to power such a system, you’re in luck
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Behind the Microsoft CES 2012 video wall
A rare glimpse into Microsoft’s infamous and confidential global employee intranet portal “msweb” reveals a recent Metro-inspired facelift, thanks to the proud work of a design company responsible for the redesign project. Design studio “If/Then” who posted the mockups to their portfolio reveals they were tasked to create a fresh new look for the internal website presumably sometime between 2010 and 2011 according to the placeholder content showcased. The designers described the Metro visual style as a strong influence in their work.
Microsoft’s msweb intranet gets Metro-inspired
At the BUILD 2011 conference , Microsoft has been unusually reluctant to confirm details of the revenue share in the application store in Windows 8 known as the Windows Store. Thankfully their developer documentation is far more helpful to confirm the industry-standard 70/30 split
During the first four months of the release of Microsoft Windows 7 , over 90 million copies were sold; you can well imagine the sales figure till current date ! It was October 22, 2009 â€“ the date of the availability of this Microsoft Windows version for …
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Question by Edward McMullen: I no longer want explorer 8 windows explorer 7 work better with my programs ?
How do I release Explorer 8 to go back to windows XP explorer 7?
Answer by zonerdck
you go to add/remove windows componets in the control panel
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Microsoft took the liberty at MIX11 conference today to honor the work of Windows Phone 7 application developers today with an “app wall”, or to be more precise three walls, to showcase the number of applications in the Marketplace. Undeniably inspired by Apple’s App Wall from WWDC 2009 , Microsoft covered three walls of a cubicle (although it might be hiding a surprise for tomorrow) next to the Windows Phone booth in the “Commons” exhibition hall with a print of thousands of icons from apps on the Marketplace. Obviously a static image is not nearly as cool as an interactive visualization that animates when someone actually purchases an application, developers were visibly just as much excited spotting their own application
MIX11: Windows Phone 7 app wall
[See post to watch Flash video] Like a good artistic visualization, you can never get bored of looking at how the Kinect works behind-the-scenes. Of course pretty colors and dancing skeletons is useful, but the science behind just how the Kinect on XBOX 360 can recognize human poses in real-time from a depth-image from a single angle is fascinating too
Microsoft Research reveals guts of Kinect technology
I would be lying if I said I didn’t think some people would get the wrong idea about ChevronWP7 , which is why we went into great lengths to emphasis it is just an unlocking tool and even outlined our position on application piracy . What I didn’t think is that people would actually accuse us of advocating piracy itself. One post in particular, “My Thoughts On ‘ChevronWP7′” by Michael B
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My thoughts on “My thoughts on ChevronWP7″
Microsoft has not divulged the release dates of Windows 7 SP1 or IE9, but both are expected to appear in the first half of 2011. That six-month window covers Microsoft’s current plans for Windows 7 SP1, while many experts believe the …
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