Monday, 6 June 2011

Facebook : How to Edit Comments on Facebook

Whenever you need to edit a comment, press the X sign at the top right corner of every comment.
The comment will be editable then. Make the changes, and press Enter again to post it.
Pretty simple, eh? I found this while trying to delete a comment which had a typo in it, but was surprised to see that we can edit comments now.

Facebook : How to Remove Post and Untag” Photo Tags on Facebook

Now you can “Remove post and untag…” yourself from a photo on Facebook. When you get tagged in a photo, you can remove yourself from it without having to open the photo itself.
Just go to your profile, on the wall post where it shows the post in which you’re tagged,
click on the X (right corner) of a photo tag post on your wall and there you will the option to “Remove Post and Untag…”
Pretty simple, eh? I recently discovered this to quickly remove my tag from unwanted photos that friends (or applications) tag in.

Download Windows 8 (Build 7850) Full ISO

Windows 8 (build 7850) M1 goes by the name 6.1.7850.0.winmain_win8m1.100922-1508_x86fre_client-enterprise_en-us.iso on torrent websites and is available for download for everyone!
Once we finish installing Windows 8 M1, we’ll get our hands dirty with all the new features in Windows 8. Tons of information coming up, soon!
We won’t be posting the links to download Windows 8 build 7850 32-Bit, but it is available at various torrent sites.

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Building "Windows 8" - Video #1

Windows 8 analysis: One thing right and two things wrong

By Jason Hiner | June 6, 2011, 2:00am PDT
Microsoft has given us its first public demo of Windows 8. It looks flashy, but Microsoft is still trying to marry tablets with desktops. This time, it could ruin the standard version of Windows in the process.
Microsoft has given us a first taste of Windows 8. Unfortunately, while it has some attractive visual elements, Microsoft’s approach shows that the company hasn’t learned much from its product failures over the past decade.
My first impression is that there are two big problems with what Microsoft is doing in Windows 8, but there’s also one change where the old software behemoth is on the right track. Take a look at Microsoft’s first five-minute demo video of Windows 8 and then read my analysis below.

Microsoft Wins Over Developers

Software programmers are gearing up to build applications for the newest version of Windows Phone 7; consumer demand has been tepid

Microsoft (MSFT) has delivered 1.5 million downloads of a tool kit to make applications for Windows Phone 7, a sign the operating system may be winning over developers even as it gains traction slowly with consumers.
About 36,000 developers have registered with the company, Microsoft said in a blog posting Mar. 31. A total of 11,500 apps are available and customers on average download 12 a month.

Ballmer Says :Office 365 Launches in June,

By Jon Brodkin : NetworkWorld Jun 5, 2011 10:24 pm
Microsoft spokespeople have been coy about when the Office 365 cloud service will launch, saying only that it will come out later in 2011. But CEO Steve Ballmer has revealed that it will launch in June.
Speaking in Delhi, India, to an industry group last week, Ballmer said, "We're pushing hard in the productivity space. We'll launch our Office 365 cloud service, which gives you Lync and Exchange and SharePoint and Office and more as a subscribable service that comes from the cloud. That launches in the month of June."

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