Internet Explorer Beta 1 is now available for download. For the first time ever, Microsoft’s IE passes the Acid Test, a test designed to check web standards compliance in browsers.
I noticed several days ago when I had downloaded a file that it didn’t show up on my desktop where I had saved it. I thought I maybe inadvertently saved it somewhere else, so I proceeded to download again, selected the Desktop as the save to location, and clicked Save. […]
They are doing some cool stuff over at local.live.com. These changes seem to have went live in the last day or so. They have simplified the interface and added some new functionality. How about the ability to have a traffic-based route? Like take me the way the traffic isn’t? It […]
The Windows Live team announced some changes to the SkyDrive beta today. Among the changes are an increase of space for users from 500 MB to 1 GB. Also, being that you can have a public folder that is read and write for other users, they have incorporated an RSS […]
I first introduced this issue in a previous post. It turns out that this problem occurs if a network hardware device, such as a router, does not support TCP Window Scaling. TCP Window Scaling is a new Windows Vista feature. The TCP window scale option is an option to increase […]