If you’re a Windows 8 user and you’re pretty curious about its features, then you must have encountered this problem. I just solved this a while ago after lots and lots of binging, googling, and duckduckgoing. Haha! Finally, I found a working solution. There are a vast number of solutions if you search it online, but not all of it works.
I’ve read an interesting article about Kinect and how will it soon change the way we live our lives. It will make a big splash in our day to day living. Sooner than we think, other big companies will create applications that will interact with Kinect or something useful that can utilize Kinect’s super powers.
The latest version of the world known Internet Browser that sucks after Firefox and Chrome dominated the world wide web has attempted to take back its place in the browser war. I recently downloaded IE9 beta 64-bit for Windows 7 and I can say that it has a potential to be loved by web enthusiasts, again.
What’s new with Internet Explorer 9? You can read more about it here.
IE9 beta is only available for Windows 7 and Windows Vista 32-bit and 64-bit editions. And I don’t think that they will release it in other older versions of Windows.
It’s now faster, better, lighter and smarter! Try it now and brag to be one of the first to experience the beauty of the web!
You can also read more about IE9 at Long Zheng’s blog.