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Aug 7, 2011

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Google Chrome 13.0.782.107 Stable

Google Chrome is a browser that combines a minimal design with sophisticated technology to make the web faster, safer, and easier. It has one box for everything: Type in the address bar and get suggestions for both search and web pages. Will give you thumbnails of your top sites; Access your favorite pages instantly with lightning speed from any new tab. Google Chrome is an open source web browser developed by Google. Its software architecture was engineered from scratch (using components from other open source software including WebKit and Mozilla Firefox) to cater for the changing needs of users and acknowledging that today most web sites aren’t web pages but web applications. Design goals include stability, speed, security and a clean, simple and efficient user interface.

Windows 8 Will Not Include Dolby DVD Playback Technologies

The next major iteration of Windows will not include Dolby DVD playback technologies as Windows 7 does today. 

Dolby Laboratories confirmed this detail officially, although Microsoft hasn’t provided any information on the matter. 

It’s unclear how exactly a Dolby-less Windows 8 will impact customers, or if users will be affected in any way. 

The Redmond company did promise that Windows 8 will continue to support software and hardware designed to play nice with Windows 7, but the software giant said nothing about media content. 

“We work with operating system providers, ISVs and OEMs to support DVD on the PC. In recent years, our mix of PC licensing revenue has increasingly shifted towards the operating system as our technologies are included in 4 editions of Windows 7,” Dolby revealed. (via The Tech Trade)
  
“However, we have recently learned that our technologies are not currently included in the Windows 8 operating system under development.”

It’s critical to note that even if Microsoft has dropped support for Dolby technologies from the next version of Windows, there are solutions designed to circumvent the software giant. 

With the vast majority of Windows 8 copies shipping on new OEM machines, Dolby can simply work with Microsoft partners in order to provide their DVD playback technologies to users.

In fact, this seems to be the plan, according to Dolby:

“If our technologies are not included in the commercial version of Windows 8, we expect to support DVD playback functionality by increasingly licensing our technologies directly to OEMs and ISVs, and we will seek to extend our technologies to further support online content playback.

“It's important to note that DVD playback remains a fundamental component to most PC shipments worldwide. While we work with the industry to support DVD playback in its PC shipments, it is equally important that we continue to extend our formats to channels of delivery beyond DVD. 

“This will help ensure the relevance of our technologies to the PC long term. By doing this, we believe we can help consumers receive a high-quality consistent playback experience on their PC regardless of which platform they consume their content from.”

WSCC - Sysinternals Control Center 2.0.2.1

View, execute and organize the utilities from the Windows Sysinternals Suite

WSCC is a free software that helps you to view, execute and organize the tools from the Windows Sysinternals Suite. 

WSCC is only an interface, you need to download and install Windows Sysinternals Suite separately. Alternatively, WSCC can work with the Sysinternals Live service provided by Microsoft.

WSCC uses the included WSCC Console to execute command line applications.
WSCC is portable, installation is not required. Extract the content of the downloaded zip archive to any directory on your computer.

Here are some key features of "WSCC - Sysinternals Control Center":
 · Simple and intuitive user interface

Update Manager:
 · The included Update Manager can check for newer versions of the utilities already installed and can download and install the missing items.

Console:
 · The Console is used to execute command line applications.

Requirements:
 · Windows Sysinternals Suite

Download here

QuickWayToFolders 1.2.6

A tool which provides quick folder content access

QuickWayToFolders is an easy-to-use application created to offer you a quick folder content access.

The four display possibilites are
· Desktop : Act like your desktop, with possibility of navigate through subfolders
· Small Browser : Act like windows explorer
· Menu : Display folder content in menu
· Multiple Folders Menu : Display multiple folders content in a single menu
Each entry is added to the taskbar notification area (near to windows clock).

What's New in This Release:
 · Solved : 1.2.5 use Vista and Seven api and so was no more compatible with XP

Download here

Free Microsoft e-Books on Windows Server, SQL Server, VS 2010 and WP7 Go Mobile

Microsoft has been offering a diversified collection of free e-books to customers interested in getting insight into a range of its technologies for over half a year now, and the company is upping the ante, by providing new flavors of the resources tailored to mobile devices. 

For the most part of 2011, the 9 free Microsoft Press books have been available for download either as PDF documents, XPS files or both. 

This changed recently, with the software giant also starting to provide some of the e-books in formats designed for modern form factors, such as e-readers. 

“We have 9 free e-books available in PDF format. The bonus news is that the Microsoft Press team have now made them available free in two additional formats, DRM-free EPUB and MOBI,” revealed Microsoft’s Ray Fleming. 

“This means you can read them more easily on a wide range of ereaders, notably Kindles and iPads - as well as the Nook, Sony Reader and Kobo eReader. Of course these files can also be read with ereading apps for the various devices on netbooks, laptops, and desktop PCs,” he added.

“The key difference between these formats and the previously-offered PDF and XPS files is that the text is “reflowable,” meaning that it recomposes depending on the width of the screen (or as you resize a Window).”

Microsoft Press did not make a fuss about the update it introduced to the set of free e-books, but Fleming made sure to provide a complete list of the new downloads, which I included at the bottom of this article. 

Not all of the 9 free Microsoft Press books are also available in EPUB and MOBI file formats. The remaining titles continue to be available for download however, as PDF files, and in some cases as XPS.

Users with Kindle devices should download the free Microsoft Press e-books in MOBI format, while EPUB is better suited to other form factors. 

Here is the list of free Microsoft Press e-books (MOBI and EPUB):
  • "Programming Windows Phone 7" (Charles Petzold) - download here as EPUB and here as MOBI.   
  • "Moving to Microsoft Visual Studio 2010" (Patrice Pelland, Pascal ParĂ©, and Ken Haines) - download here as EPUB and here as MOBI.  
  • "Introducing Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2" (Ross Mistry and Stacia Misner) - download here as EPUB and here as MOBI
  • "Introducing Windows Server 2008 R2" (Charlie Russel, Craig Zacker and the Windows Server Team at Microsoft) - download here as EPUB and here as MOBI.
  • "Own Your Future, Update Your Skills with Resources and Career Ideas from Microsoft" (Katherine Murray) - download here as EPUB and here as MOBI.

20th Birthday Of World Wide Web And Future

6 August marks the birth of World Wide Web exactly twenty years ago, when it became publicly accessible. The founder Tim Berners-Lee started the project for public-access by posting a short summary of the project on the alt.hypertext newsgroup giving birth to a new technology which changed the world.
The Very First Web-browser Running On NeXTStep OS
We are currently in Web 2.0 era and the future of web has to offer lots more, if your question is "What the future of web holds?" the answers is "Web 3.0". The new "Web 3.0" will be "Semantic Web" utilizing more metadata designed to be read by machines rather than humans. An intro video to the new futuristic semantic "Web 3.0" is available after the jump.


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