Let’s Hear It

022

Let’s Hear It: Is Microsoft Really Helping Windows XP Users That Want To Upgrade?

So this got me thinking. Slightly over a month remains before Windows XP is officially retired. April 8 is the day when Microsoft stops providing…

021

Let’s Hear It: Do You Want Windows To Run Android Apps Natively?

So this happened. New management took over at Microsoft, and one of the first arguments that sprung up is whether to allow the company’s modern…

014

Let’s Hear It: What Was Your First Smartphone?

Big things have small beginnings. And you would have to think really hard to name a bigger thing in computing technology than smartphones. These handy…

014

Let’s Hear It: Have Tablets Finally Become Replacement Devices?

There is talk in the town, talk of whether to classify tablets as PCs, talk of affording them the same column as computers, of speaking…

024

Let’s Hear It: Do You Want The Start Menu Back In Windows 8.1 Update 1?

So here’s the deal. The various reliable and not-so-reliable sources have hinted that Windows 8.1 Update 1 is about to bring back one of the…

014

Let’s Hear It: How Many People Do You Know That Are Still Running Windows XP?

Today is January 14, 2014 in most parts of this rock we call Earth. And that means that only 83 days are left before Windows…

014

Let’s Hear It: Are Gates And Ballmer Scaring Away Microsoft CEO Hopefuls?

The pioneer is the fellow with the arrow in his back. Regardless of this fact, it seems that a lot of fans, shareholders, investors, critics,…

021

Let’s Hear It: How Much Should Bill Gates Be Involved With The New CEO?

The big news, ladies and gentle people is that Alan Mulally is out of the race for the post of Microsoft CEO. Yes, his exit,…

0303

Let’s Hear It: What Is Your Favorite Version Of Windows?

There are some that think of technology as a necessary entity, while others are passionate about computing and relish every moment. And consequently the latter…