My company bought a Microsoft Surface RT 32GB with Touch Cover, for testing purposes, and I’m gona write here about my experiences with it.
First I gotta tell you this is the Best PC Ever, and I definitely gonna buy one, either RT or Pro I haven’t decided yet.
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This is my first post from USA, so welcome to USA 😀
today I tried to run a .asp (Active Server Page) project in “Windows Server 2003 x64” (IIS 6.0) and it keep giving me 404 “Page not found” error. Seems like it does not accept .asp file.
I’ve checked everything, ASP was installed and it was set to be allowed under “Web Service Extentions”, but the problem was solved by running this command:
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Microsoft has just release the “Microsoft Security Essentials 2” and I just loved it, not only because of some new features like:
Network inspection system
Windows Firewall integration
Enhanced protection for web-based threats
New protection engine
But also the are some secret changes:
1) You can now install the MSE on Server platforms. I’ve just tested it on Windows Server 2008 x86 & x64 and also the new Windows Server 2008 R2 x64.
Before this I had to install the great Microsoft Forefront Client Security, by just a little [hacky] command file; but this was not the problem, the problem was I had to configure WSUS to download the definition updates for both MSE and Forefront and file size was about 150MB average.
2) WSUS download the MSE 2.0 Definition updates cumulatively, means less download size if you want to download the definition daily or more.
According to liveside.net Microsoft unleashed the “Full-Seasion SSL” for hotmail, you must visit https://www.hotmail.com to start using this feature.
You might ask why I’m so excited about it, because using this feature the Goverments (like ours) cannot access your email while you’re using it and so the horror days for “The Grean Party” is over and now they can send and recieve emails and no one could read it, Thanks MS; and hey Google it’s your turn!
Last night Microsoft has just decided to shutdown the Windows Live Spaces and kicked our asses and gave us some generous choices to either delete or download or move our space to WordPress; And I just feel like being rapped (Not that I’ve ever been :D), I’ve been using Windows Live Spaces since 2007 (it was a beta product at that time) and I’ve seen it being updated lots of times and the last update which was about spam comments was great.
Anyway the WordPress is good (much much better), with lots of new features and I like it and I know I’m gonna be a WordPress blogger from now on. The only thing I miss here is “The Integration” with Windows Live which I like the most in the Windows Live Services.
P.S: To Sina Hakami, it is now have the “Like It” feature.