After more than one month of speculation about the future of Microsoft’s music player brand Zune, these are going to come to an end. There will be no new players or hardware developments for Zune anymore.
Since yesterday, you can buy it in Germany and several other European countries: the iPad. Apple succeeds in making true what other manufacturers can only dream of: People flood stores and order a device for several hundred Euros—without knowing what the device can do.
Windows 7 is generally available since yesterday. Never have the expectations for a new operating system been as high as this time, as we as end users have never been integrated into finding ideas for a new Windows, like we have this time. On top of that, Windows Vista has moved to the storage siding and is called a big flop by some people. Surely expectations climb up then – can Windows 7 embrace them?
A lot of connection problems of all kinds will raise if you are using a firewall that does not allow Windows Live Messenger to connect to the MSN servers. Here are some key tips on which communication needs to be allowed and white-listed so that Messenger can sign in properly.
The following ports are [...]
This evening, C.N., a friend, told me about a problem with USB devices on Windows XP (SP3). Whenever she wanted to connect a device with one of the USB ports, she could not use it—whether it was her mouse, her webcam or her digital camera. She couldn’t even access her external hard drive, [...]
You have a webcam, connect it to your computer, but Messenger doesn’t recognize it? There are several tips you might try out.
Restart Messenger. The camera might appear now.
Doesn’t work? Restart Windows, having the webcam plugged in (if external).
Is the cable connected correctly?
Look in “My Computer” (Windows XP) or “Computer” [...]