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10 Set/10

Internet Explorer 9 – What you Need To Know

Internet Explorer 9 – What you Need To Know

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The beta release of Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 9 is just around the corner. The first version of the browser with the new interface included will be available publicly on September 15. Users who have tested some of the preview builds that were offered without interface may have already noticed that Microsoft may be finally able to close the gap that currently exists between Internet Explorer and Chrome, Opera and Firefox. Users...

24 Gen/10

This Program Might Not Have Installed Correctly [Windows 7]

This Program Might Not Have Installed Correctly [Windows 7]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); A new feature in the Windows 7 operating system is the Program Compatibility Assistant which has been designed to detect compatibility issues in older programs. The service displays a compatibility warning window if compatibility issues have been detected during installation or program starts. The computer user usually does have a choice to continue but programs are sometimes blocked from running as well. Most Windows 7 users...

28 Ago/09

Apple’s Official List of Snow Leopard-Incompatible Software [Upgrades]

Apple’s Official List of Snow Leopard-Incompatible Software [Upgrades]

Snow Leopard upgraders should be getting their discs in the mail today, but if you’re still concerned about whether or not your VIPs (Very Important Programs) will run on Snow Leopard, Apple’s got an official page dedicated to incompatible software in 10.6. What’s the deal, exactly? When you install Snow Leopard or migrate to Snow Leopard, known-incompatible software is moved to a folder named Incompatible Software on your hard drive. Snow Leopard also prevents known-incompatible...


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29 Apr/09

Say "Hi" to Lifehacker’s New Interns [Announcements]

Say "Hi" to Lifehacker’s New Interns [Announcements]

Let’s hear a big welcome to the newest members of Team Lifehacker: Erin Schwendemann and Rosa Golijan. Photo by Steve Webel. Erin and Rosa join us from New Jersey and Florida, respectively, but they’ll now be joining us at virtual Lifehacker HQ daily to help us out behind the scenes fetching virtual coffee, moderating comments, spotting good leads, and helping out with our gigantic flood of email. Say “hi” to our newest additions (and your new comment czars) in...