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Windows 7 customers are advised to disable the Windows Aero interface to mitigate against an attack. Some image-viewing applications may be affected, the company says.
VMware has a press release on their website that announces the release and availability of version 3.0 of Fusion, which brings 64-bit support along with other enhancements to the software.
Patch Tuesday includes a patch for a hole in Windows Help and Support Center disclosed by a Google researcher and targeted in attacks.
WebM video, hardware-accelerated video, and a user interface overhaul start arriving in a test version of what will become Firefox 4.
Better performance is high on the list of improvements planned for Firefox 4. If all goes well, the new browser should emerge by November.
Google's browser revamp can pinpoint your location, fits better with Windows 7, shows 3D Web graphics, and includes Adobe's Flash software. And at last, it will come out of beta for Linux and Mac.
Snow Leopard's launch has been plagued by software incompatibility, sluggish performance and a lack of killer features. We're beginning to wonder: is Snow Leopard the new Vista?
Parallels has released version 5.0 of their "Desktop" virtualization package for Mac. Lets hope this solution's graphics enhancements fare better than those in VMWare's latest version of Fusion.
The release of Microsoft's new operating system spawns a new breed of cheap laptops galore at retailers.
Windows 7's versions are more streamlined than they were for Vista, but if there's still any confusion between Starter, Home Premium, Professional, and Ultimate, this chart should put those problems to rest.