When using a computer running Apple’s Bonjour service, a default gateway of 0.0.0.0 may be created on your computer.
If you’re getting blue screens after installing iTunes 8, Ed describes the problem and notes that Apple has provided an ‘Update’ that fixes it. Continue reading “Apple rolls back problem driver in new iTunes 8 update | Ed Bott’s Microsoft Report | ZDNet.com”
If you have any Apple software installed, their updater may have prompted you to install Safari. Now, Safari has a security hole that can be triggered by visiting the wrong web page, and Apple has no plans to fix it. Continue reading “Microsoft Security Advisory: Blended threat from combined attack using Apple’s Safari on the Windows platform”
Want your iPhone to look like your Vista desktop? If so, check out this iPhone theme that will have your friends pretty confused! Continue reading “Install Vista On Your iPhone – Get Connected With Aubrey”
Some interesting info on how you can use the Compatibility Administrator to help legacy apps run properly.
This chat is about Windows Vista personalization. How can you personalize Windows Vista Desktop, Startmenu, Taskbar, Sidebar, etc.
This update addresses issues and improves compatibility with Microsoft Windows XP and Microsoft Windows Vista running on a Mac computer using Boot Camp. It is highly recommended for all Boot Camp users. Continue reading “Boot Camp Update 2.1 for Windows Vista 64”
This update addresses issues and improves compatibility with Microsoft Windows XP and Microsoft Windows Vista running on a Mac computer using Boot Camp. It is highly recommended for all Boot Camp users. Continue reading “Boot Camp Update 2.1 for Windows Vista 32”
Apple makes a token jesture to make it's pushing of Safari to Windows machines more palatable.
Forrester Research issued a report saying don't wait for Windows 7, plan your rollout of Vista now.
Apple makes a token jesture to make it’s pushing of Safari to Windows machines more palatable. Continue reading “TechBlog: Apple changes the way it pushes Safari at Windows users”
Ed offers some advice on how Microsoft should change it's Windows licensing, and they all sound great to me!
Thinking of going 64-bit? Here's a good read. I'm running 64-bit with 8GB RAM so I can support multiple VMs at the same time.