This post will go over a controversial YouTube video with a fine tooth comb. The reason why I find this so controversial is that the video is presented in such a way that it makes it seems like one operating system is a lot better then the other. My mother always told me to take everything with a grain of salt and this video is no exception. 😉
Archives for August 2009
Say it ain’t so! After years of bashing PC’s and saying that Mac OSX is so secure, it is looking like Apple is wanting to include an Antivirus software included in their new release. Like my previous post indicated it seems like Apple has been seriously Xeroxing Microsoft’s playbook! Microsoft just released that they were going to be giving away free antivirus and now Apple seems like they have decided that they need it now too.
Up until now Microsoft refused to release the plugin to make Server backup aware of exchange 2007. For all of you waiting the release is now here! It is being distributed using Exchange 2007 SP2
This post poses the question: Should Internet Explorer use Google’s Malware list as well? We already know Microsoft’s Malware list is better then Google’s. There are however some items that are on the Google list that the Microsoft filter does not pick up.
"Where’s the beef?" That’s the idiom that jumps to mind as I work my way through Galen Gruman’s "The 7 best features in Mac OS X Snow Leopard." I knew the features list would be lean — Apple has deliberately undersold Snow Leopard by pitching it as a relatively minor release — but please! Gruman’s article reads like a laundry list of borrowed features and derivative works. It’s as if someone at Apple grabbed a copy of the Windows 7 beta and simply Xeroxed the release notes.