Guggenheim boasts of digital artwork restorations
Conserving Computer-Based Art showcases successes.
Conserving Computer-Based Art showcases successes.
21 percent full-year growth.
We curiously inspect and inevitably take apart ASUS' concept Eee Keyboard PC.
We detail the facts, correct the fiction, and understand what 4K Advanced Format really means for you when it comes to buying a hard disk today. We show you how to make the disks compatible with Windows XP, test whether the new disks are faster and tell you what the benefits really are.
Eidos has revealed the system requirements for Just Cause 2, which won't support Windows XP.
The secretive National Security Agency has described its part in helping Microsoft improve security in its latest version of Windows - which should worry conspiracy theorists.
Win7 is finally, officially here - and its pre-order run has been one of the most successful in Amazon's history, outselling the last Harry Potter.
Microsoft reveals reveals that its Windows Genuine Advantage system will be replaced with Windows Activation Technologies in Windows 7 and Vista.
Windows XP Mode in Windows 7 requires hardware virtualisation, which isn't supported by some Core 2 Duo and Quad CPUs.
Microsoft reveals that it plans to disable AutoRun on writeable media, though CDs and DVDs will be unaffected.
Microsoft Office 14 is due to ship in both 32-bit and 64-bit editions, according to a code snipped discovered in the 32-bit beta release by tester Ed Bott.
UPDATE: Acer has announced an updated version of its hugely popular Aspire One, complete with a bigger 10-inch screen and a few more new additions.
Microsoft has released the list of what patches to expect this Tuesday, and there's just a single entry - an unknown flaw marked as 'Critical'.
Microsoft has released its monthly Patch Tuesday updates, and there are six fixes for security holes rated as 'Critical' covering Windows, Internet Explorer, and Office.
Another security flaw has been discovered in Windows Vista, this time allowing for a buffer overflow in the networking subsystem to overwrite kernel memory.
Attendees of the Microsoft Professional Developer's Conference were treated to a preview of the new user interface functionality destined for Windows 7.
Microsoft's Mike Nash has announced that Windows 7 will be known as Windows 7, which sparks a return to the good old days.
MSI releases Wind and we take a sniff to see if this sub-notebook can possibly stand up to Asus' EeePC line? With svelte pearly curves and a decent sized keyboard, MSI may have just parted it's cheeks and unleashed the first real Eee-Killer...
Microsoft has decided to continue supporting Windows XP until 2014, and will actively encourage business users to 'downgrade' from Vista.
Windows XP Service Pack 3 disables on install an ActiveX control needed to connect to a Windows Home Server box via Remote Desktop Protocol, thanks to an 'upgraded' security model.
Microsoft is moving to stop the growth of the Linux OS in the ULPC market with cut-price XP Home offered to manufacturers of devices like the Eee PC.
Microsoft quietly re-introduced the long-awaited Service Pack 3 for Windows XP yesterday after a compatibility bug resulted in its rapid removal in April.
The communist island of Cuba has entered the 21st century by lifting a ban on the sale of personal computers - although Internet connectivity is still a privilege reserved for the ruling class.
Microsoft has missed its 29th April deadline for offering Windows XP Service Pack 3 without an MSDN subscription due to a conflict with their Retail Management System software.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has said that the software giant may re-evaluate its plans to stop shipping Windows XP on 30th June if demand from customers is there.
Microsoft has announced the release of Windows XP Service Pack 3. The release schedule follows the rumours circulating last week.
Microsoft has released a security advisory alerting customers to the possibility for a privilege escalation attack against all current Windows releases - including Vista.
A report on the web suggests that Microsoft is preparing to release Windows XP Service Pack 3 to the public at the end of this month.
Microsoft is due to announce some time this week the extended availability of their Windows XP operating system, and it's all thanks to devices like the Asus Eee PC.
With the demand for low-cost, fully web capable machines set to soar massively this year, could Windows XP be given another reprieve?
InfoWorld has launched a petition in an attempt to convince Microsoft not to cease selling copies of Windows XP in June 2008. A laudable goal, or should the old OS be put out to pasture?
We're heading for service pack city as Vista, XP and Office 2007 all get a tune up and a bit of spit 'n' polish.
Users still clutching to their copy of Windows XP will be happy to find out that SP3 appears to bring a performance increase.
The stealth update to Windows Update last month managed to break something - the ability to update Windows after using XP's recover feature.
After finally giving into the growing pressure from computer manufacturers and customers, Microsoft has decided to keep Windows XP available until June of next year.
Microsoft is offering a downgrade to Windows XP for customers that purchased an OEM computer with Vista Ultimate or Business preinstalled.
After an online petition signed by over 16,000 people demanded that BBC's iPlayer software was open to more systems than just Windows XP and Internet Explorer, it seems something will finally be done!
AMD and Nvidia both released new drivers for BioShock last night. They are said to fix compatibility issues between previous drivers and the game, and are therefore a recommended update.
Windows Vista has been labelled a resource hog by many and some think this is completely justified because Vista doesn't change the way we interact with our computers. Brett Thomas thinks that it's unjustified and looks back to when PCs weren't as powerful as they are today.