There are many first look videos of Windows Phone 7 series right now but nothing as detailed as Microsoft’s 22 minutes hands on demo by their Corporate Vice President of Windows Phone Program Management Joe Belfiore giving full demo of everything including:
* The new user experience
* Integration with social networks like Facebook
* Internet Explorer
* Photos, videos, and music
* E-mail and texting
* GPS and maps
* Search integration
* Hardware standards
Windows Phone 7 series has been announced by Microsoft and one of the question now, which carriers and hardware partnerships (OEMs/Hardware companies that will produce the phones based on the OS) will be offering Microsoft Windows Phone 7 series later this year when available.
Here are the carriers/cell phone service providers as of today which will be offering Windows Phone 7 series.
- Deutsche Telekom AG
- Telecom Italia
- T-Mobile USA
- Verizon Wireless
Hardware partners/OEMs which are going to offer Windows Phone 7 series.
- Sony Ericsson
Icons: Skelanimals 2
By: Mindy Weaver
Author’s Note: More cute and creepy animals based on Mitchell Bernal’s Skelanimals series. Perfect Halloween pets!
This collection contains 11 individual icons with large resources for Vista & Leopard & Windows 7 (ed’s note).
A very annoying problem in Windows is disappearance and missing of Folder Options under Tools menu in Explorer. My Digital Life has given a solution for this problem which is as under:
Are your Folder Options not visible under Tool menu in Windows Explorer? It is quite common to see this problem and if you are one of the unfortunate one, don’t panic! You can restore it back by following a few simple steps.
There are 2 solutions provided as below, you can choose either one of them to get this problem resolved:
Solution 1: Edit registry
1. Go to Run, type regedit then press enter.
2. Navigate to [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer].
3. At right panel, look for a value called NoFolderOptions. Right click on it then choose Delete.
4. Navigate to [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer].
5. Repeat step 3 to delete NoFolderOptions entry.
Solution 2: Change setting in Group Policy
1. Go to Run, type gpedit.msc then press enter.
2. Navigate to User Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> Windows Components -> Windows Explorer.
3. At the right panel, look for “Removes the Folder Options menu item from the Tools menu”, right click on it then choose Properties.
4. Change the setting from Enabled to Not Configured or Disabled.
Hope this simple workaround will help you save some time for other value added tasks.
Do Not Disturb is a software for Windows Mobile devices running Windows Mobile version 5, 6 or 6.1 which can filter off annoying calls to your device at times when you do not want to get disturbed i.e. in a meeting or while sleeping.
Get it from the link below to filter off those annoying calls in your Windows Mobile device.
Do Not Disturb is a downloadable Windows Mobile® application. It can automatically silence your phone before the first ring depending on the caller. Rejected callers will reach your voicemail, and you will still see their missed calls. It’s perfect when you’re working, relaxing, sleeping or out on a date.
Download Do Not Disturb to avoid unwanted calls, yet remain accessible to the people you care about.
* Lots of options to fine tune exactly who can reach you. Accept or reject calls based on contact, phone number or categories.
* Simple, touch-friendly user interface to organize and activate “profiles” that reflect your mood.
* Rejected callers go directly to your voicemail within a split second after your phone rings.
* All calls still show up in your Call History.
* Fast, small and optimized for Windows Mobile using native C++ code. Does its job and gets out of your way quickly.
Microsoft has officially released beta 2 of Internet Explorer 8 and is available in the following languages,
- Simplified Chinese
Following Operating Systems are supported:
- Windows XP
- Windows Vista
- Windows Vista x64
- Windows Server 2003
- Windows Server 2003 x64
One of the most talked about new features is InPrivate Browsing, which enables you to browse the web without saving your history with Internet Explorer 8’s InPrivate Browsing. Now you can shop for that special gift with confidence knowing your family won’t accidentally find out or use a shared computer without leaving a trace.
Will you be using InPrivate Browsing mode? I think I will pass. I don’t need to use the said mode on any browser on my Home PC or on my laptop but yes on a Public Computer say in an Internet Cafe the said mode will be handy. Other than that, the way it is being marketed sounds funny.