“Windows 7” has made the leap from the codename to official name of the next version of Windows, making it the first version of Windows since NT 4.0 to use the version number in its branding. If the stuff in Paul Thurrott’s FAQ pans out (which I suspect it will; Microsoft won’t [can’t] let the […]
Lots of tangents on tonight’s Serious Business; just the way I like it. We talked more Apple Store, bashed Windows a little bit, and got into a decent baseball discussion with lots of little tangents to connect it all together, including my odd Saturday night! In case you missed it, here’s the show: Serious Business […]
Don’t forget about Serious Business tomorrow night at 8:30. We’ll be talking Apple Store, why Windows’ days in my household are numbered, and whatever tangents we find ourselves on along the way. It’s 8:30 tomorrow night, and it’s Serious Business.
I’m writing this post in Safari 3.0 Beta for Windows XP. Yes, I kid you not — Apple has released Safari, its flagship Mac OS X browser, for Windows. It certainly doesn’t look much like a Windows app, as Apple seems to have created its own portable UI framework that it’s applying to its software […]
The BBC reports that Internet security firm Sophos is recommending users to switch to Macs to avoid malware installed over the Internet. Does this make some sense? Absolutely — there’s very little malware currently available for Mac OS X. However, security through obscurity is only a temporary condition, and that any mass exodus to Macintosh, […]
Apple product naming in the last several years has been fantastic. Their latest utility, Boot Camp, enables Windows XP to be installed on an Intel Mac alongside OS X with full driver support, and uses a boot menu. It’s available for a free download and will be an integral part of Mac OS X 10.5 […]