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StartIsBack+ 1.7.5

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StartIsBack+ returns Windows 8.1 a fully featured start menu and start button, behaving exactly like the ones in Windows 7. Radically improves desktop usability and makes new Start screen clutter-free

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Next week may begin a test of non-English Internet addresses, enabling local users to create Web pages and domains. If successful, non-English top-level domains, such as ".com" or ".net", could be used by the finish...

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The duo that call themselves Mondo Armando and Müstaschio have kicked off their first month of MySpace vulnerabilities, with what they acknowledge as a slow start. The first problem, credited to mybeNi websecurity, involves URL...

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The DISH Network is rumored to be soon announcing an IPTV service. DISH already has the IPTV section of its website ready but empty. SatelliteGuys.us is reporting the DISH IPTV service will offer SD...

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Popular Xbox titles to sell for $9.99; Microsoft confirms 16 participating games in program's "first wave." Greatest Hits, Player's Choice, Platinum Hits... Whatever the program is called, each current-generation system has a...

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Microsoft launched its Xbox 360 in Japan recently, merely weeks after the United States launch of the product. According to a survey conducted by Enterbrain, a company that publishes Japanese gaming magazine "Famitsu," less...

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IRam Speeds Windows XP Start Up

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Taiwanese hardware maker Giga-byte Technology has stumbled upon a faster way to boot up PCs based on Microsoft's Windows XP operating system. Giga-byte's IRam is a PC add-in card with four DDR DRAM (double data...

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America Online on Monday announced plans to launch a Web-based radio service with XM Satellite Radio in a move that may help XM win customers from AOL's 24 million subscribers, driving XM shares higher. The...

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MSN has reached a deal with New York City to provide live, online coverage of its New Year's Eve festivities. Through MSN Video, people around the world can watch the famous Waterford crystal ball drop...

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