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The Death of Windows Server 2003

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On July 14, 2015 Microsoft will discontinue Windows Server 2003. What this means is that if your computer is running on this particular server, you will have to move on to Windows Server 2012. Microsoft urges users to make the move because of the security risks it poses to computers and the reliability of Windows Server 2012. The sooner, the better, Microsoft suggests, when it comes to making the move on to Windows Server 2012. This is because security updates, standards and safeguards to protect your system will be absent. This will leave your computer exposed, putting content and information...

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Microsoft’s Oculus Rift Presents a Virtual World

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The Oculus Rift headset is set to be released in 2016 and has already caught the attention of gamers and computers users, because of its promised virtual reality. The Oculus Rift headset is a gaming accessory that should allow gamers to hear and view the game being played. There are high expectations for this device as Microsoft partnered with Facebook for its implementation. With both Windows 10 and Xbox One’s support of the device, Microsoft has high hopes for the device for the future of gaming technology. Microsoft’s high hopes may not match the public’s expectations. Although Oculus Rift is...

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Microsoft Windows 10 is Free !!

Posted by Alexandra Plummer on

If you haven’t already seen the tiny Windows logo on your taskbar, Windows 10 is slated to be released July 29, 2015 and it’s free. For its first year, Microsoft is offering this new operating system for Windows 7 and 8 users who have the proper license. Clicking on the Windows logo will instruct you on how you can reserve your free upgrade to be downloaded automatically on the release date. It’s that easy.   Promises of new features and a smoother use of the system already have techies intrigued.   What you can look forward to are the improvements to...

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