Some days ago, it was discoverer that playing mp3 on Vista with browsing at the same time will slow down your network.
The news was reported by newspaper and Microsoft was forced to respond to the issue.
Take a look at the answers here, but the “interesting” one is:
“Please note that some of what we are seeing is expected behavior, and some of it is not. In certain circumstances Windows Vista will trade off network performance in order to improve multimedia playback. This is by design.”
Design ??? Does XP act in the same way ???
Please…. who in this world could design a modern OS that will slow deliberately the network interface?
I found a video in a blog that explains how to hide files into an image.
Very nice trick.
Today Adobe release the H264 support for its Flash Player.
This codec is the one used for High Definition support and is also used by AppleTV, opening it a new world of possibility.
The new BETA release of Adobe Player, versione 9, can be downloaded from Adobe Labs.
Su questo sito trovare una serie di guide per convertire i vostri video da un formato ad un altro.
Skype posted on its own blog an explanation for the service down: Windows Update.
They stated that reboot caused by WindowsUpdate caused a flood of login requests, which, combined with the low resources of peer-to-peer network, started a chain reaction to the Skype Servers.
The PC Magazine Editor was a big proponent of Vista in the past months.
But nine months after launch, he’s so frustrated: there’s a long list of what doesn’t work and what need to fix that makes impossible to him still support Vista OS.
Read the full article at PC Magazine.
Not having most of these tools is like having half a Mac.