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On Friday, Nvidia pulled the 162.15 driver from its nZone portal after a number of complaints from end users.
UPDATED: Microsoft has released a critical update for Windows machines running processors from Intel's Core 2 and Xeon 3000/5000 families. Intel's Nick Knupffer dropped into bit-tech's forums to offer more insight.
Confusing, but the Vista-only Shadowrun has been cracked to run on XP.
The final version of Windows Vista Service Pack 1 may not be delivered by Microsoft until early on in 2008.
We take Company of Heroes out for a spin and compare the DirectX 9 and DirectX 10 versions to see what advantages DX10 offers.
Things have been quiet on Microsoft’s anti-trust case for a while now, but that looks like it is about to change after Google filed a complaint with the Department of Justice.
A lot has changed over 26 years - so why hasn't the way our computers boot? Brett Thomas takes a look at motherboards, Microsoft and transportation in the future as he questions the continued presence of the BIOS.
After months of speculation, the complete saga of Lego Star Wars is announced, with details of the additional content.
Halo 2 Vista, which PC owners have been waiting for for over two and a half years now, has been delayed again due to nudity accidentally appearing.
Market research firm In-Stat has stated that the launch of Microsoft’s Windows Vista operating system has had no impact on PC sales.
After a multi-patch collaborative effort between Microsoft and Apple, iTunes and the iPod finally work properly on Vista. It's only been 3.5 months, after all.
Crave Entertainment has announced the development of a game based on the Napoleon Dynamite movie.
The PC version of Halo 2 has been delayed because of installation issues.
The people have voted: over 11,000 votes to re-introduce Windows XP into its range of home PCs and notebooks and Dell has responded in increasing their range with XP Inside.
3, 2, 1 Mozilla Thunderbird 2 is go, supporting Vista and great new features like Message Tagging, improved Search and Advanced Folder Views.
Recently leaked figures show that in the first two weeks of sales Microsoft sold only 244 copies of Vista in the whole of China
Catching up with some of the virtualisation technologies on the market, Apple's swing-both-ways utility gets an update.
CrossFire works in OpenGL, Dark Messiah gets performance boost, but plenty still left to fix.
Microsoft has released the sales figures for Vista's maiden voyage. The results? "A lot."
Incompatibilities, bizarre interface changes - as well as fantastic new functionality, graphics and great potential for the future. Vista is a mixed bag, and Wil Harris lends some interesting thoughts on his last month with the new OS.
The Xbox 360 arcade classic makes its first official appearance on the PC. It's still just as awesome, and just as trippy. What are you waiting for?
But there's still no support for iPod owners using Windows Vista. But OSX works fine, which is obviously helpful.
The Vista brute force activation hack that turned up last week may turn out to be a hoax after the creator claimed that the hack was nothing more than a scam. However, there's a twist...
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