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Microsoft Office, love it or hate it, chances are you use it. It's been three years since the launch of Office 2007, so we're due for an upgrade this year. Office 2010 comes with a list of new features and changes, so here are our 10 favorite that you can look forward to in Office 2010.
Even before the start of Mobile World Congress 2010, news of Microsoft's update to its Windows Mobile platform has already been all over the web. Moving onto its next iteration and labelled as Windows Phone 7 Series, here's what you'll need to know about Microsoft's new mobile operating system.
You probably have had the chance to try out Windows 7 by now, but if you're not sure how to go about using the new features of the OS, fret not! Here at www.hardwarezone.com, we've got the videos to guide you along your new journey into the Windows 7 experience.
Now that Windows 7 is officially out, we couldn't resist taking a look at how Microsoft's latest OS compares with Apple's recently updated OS with the Snow Leopard release. Check out our fire-side chat with the executives in charge of the OSes for the new direction and features, as well as hands-on demo highlights of each OS in this video feature.
Sporting fewer stream processors and lower clock speeds than the Radeon HD 5870, the Radeon HD 5850 has thus far been largely overlooked. Today, we are checking out the little brother of the Cypress range to see what kind of performance it brings to the table.
Adobe's MAX 2009 conference saw several key announcements made to address growing market needs amongst the numerous developer sessions covering Adobe's range of designer software, programming and more. We bring you the highlights of the event to bring you up to speed.
We popped by Apple's local briefing event on the next version of its Mac OS, Snow Leopard, to see if there were any big frozen felines worth looking at. Cats aside, we'll get you acquainted quickly on what to expect from this affordable upgrade to the new Mac OS.
With growing complexity of the web and its rich media content, Internet browsers are ever-changing to keep up with both technical and personal needs. We check out the latest builds of IE, Firefox, Opera, Safari and Chrome to see how they are shaping up in compatibility, features and performance.
Five months after the release of Windows 7 Beta, Microsoft is making Windows 7 Release Candidate available for public download on May 5th. We take a look at what's changed since the Beta.
We take a look at the extensions feature of Mozilla's Firefox browser, which gives users the ability to install plug-ins (also known as add-ons), allowing one to transform and customize their surfing experience by several notches. Check out what the team from Hardware Zone had to recommend.