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Microsoft recently released a sneak peek at their new street view navigation system called Street Slide. After I watched the Video (Which tells you everything you need to know about so I’ll save my breath explaining it and just let you watch the video) I thought to myself, [...]
Here’s a cool little guide I found that takes the long way around installing washers on the Xbox 360 Heatsinks to fix the RROD. I’ve done the repair 3 times my self for me and friends, so I can vouch that it works. I only had one time it didn’t work, and that Xbox was totally wasted. The guide has a little humor in it so it’s actually a good read even if you’ve never repaired one.
Microsoft offers support for five years and extended support for another five years for their Windows platforms. It will soon be time for Windows 2K and Windows XP SP2, in fact, It’s July 13.
In Windows 7 there is a feature called Wiggle. I haven’t heard much about it, an I found it on my own by accident one day when I was moving some windows around in a hurry. I’m not sure what Microsoft calls it, but I call it Windows Wiggle. I wouldn’t be surprised if that’s what it’s called either, as the only thing you have to do to activate this feature, is Wiggle a window around, and it’s neighbors scatter. Kinda like when when you put a rubber snake in the dryer and your mom scatters laundry everywhere when she finds it…
This Screencast I made shows how easy it is….