Huge list of free Microsoft software is now available. There is something for everyone, developer tools, screen savers, themes, games, tools for debugging and even Office Account 2007!
Next week I plan to take the dive and install Vista on my work laptop. Few reasons for it
1) I finish my current project Tuesday so I have a little bit of extra time next week while I shuffle to a new project.
2) My current work requires me to use .Net 1.1 and thus VS 2003 while going forward I see no more VS 2003 in my life ;)
And then I saw this post today about how SP2 for SQL Server 2005 should be out Monday which means proper Vista support (from what memory serves SP 1 doesn't have it). Must be sign to do it :)
Last week I posted about the floating panels option, well there is another option for panels, that being: hiddenPanel
This setting causes the application not to show at all. Interesting ideas around this...
If you one of the South Africans out there who classifies themselves as presently disadvantaged while discussing the current employement policies from govt while drinking coffee at a shop in Nelson Mandela Square at 4pm on a Wednesday afternoon, then you also likely will complain about the road name changes. Well it appears if all is not lost for you, Live Local hasn't updated it's references to street names ;)
So if you are bored and have 5min to spare you can run through the which office application are you quiz. I ended up being Excel...go figure?!