Microsoft – Feed The Geeks – Technology News and Reviews – Part 2


Saturday, September 15th, 2007

Microsoft is at it again. It seems they started updating various files in Windows Vista and Windows XP even when the user chose to disable automatic updates for their operating systems. Scott Dunn, an editor at the “Windows Secrets” newsletter, was among the first to point out the changes. He claimed that 9 files in […]

Tuesday, August 28th, 2007

It is starting to look like the new Service Pack (SP) 1 for Windows Vista is even closer then we through. A new version of the service pack has turned up in the wild. The new version has been released to private beta testers, and it looks like one of the testers didn’t feel the […]

Sunday, August 26th, 2007

Well it was only a matter of time before Microsoft paid the price for the useless anti-piracy tool; know as Windows Genuine Advantage, or WGA. The WGA system has been a disaster waiting to happen from day one. Well it looks like that day has come. BoingBoing have reported cases of the WGA system not […]

Tuesday, July 31st, 2007

Well I think it is well over due, but it looks like Microsoft are preparing for a big patch of Vista very soon. Just because you can’t get the new updates through the Windows Live Update feature, it doesn’t mean it can’t be found else where. Reportedly, the the new release of the Vista Compatibility […]

Monday, June 4th, 2007

Microsoft’s video sharing site is back up. Just over a month after opening Soapbox up to the public, Microsoft returned the site to private beta status in March. In that time Microsoft have added new features that allows copyright holder to find and remove unauthorized content. This comes at a time when it’s biggest rival, […]


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