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RE[2]: Dirty? (posted 2009-11-11 19:27:53)
Score: 2
Attached to: Google Creates New Open Source Programming Language
RE: "I'm a PC" (posted 2009-10-23 02:11:03)
Score: 7
1 response(s), 2 in thread
Attached to: Windows 7 Ad Campaign Kicks Off, Focuses on Features
Archos 9 Tablet (posted 2009-10-19 19:32:43)
Score: 2
1 response(s), 1 in thread
Attached to: Touchscreen Tech, Windows 7, Tablet PCs
RE[5]: Missing the boat (posted 2007-08-10 23:16:41)
Score: 8
Attached to: Torvalds on Linux, Microsoft, Software's Future
RE[3]: Amusing (posted 2007-08-03 06:06:32)
Score: 5
1 response(s), 8 in thread
Attached to: Mass. Gives Open XML the Official Green Light
RE: what? (posted 2007-02-26 00:27:26)
Score: 1
2 response(s), 2 in thread
Attached to: Microsoft's List Of 800 Vista-Compatible Apps Excludes IBM, Adobe
RE[2]: Huge improvement; not earth-shattering (posted 2007-02-25 01:46:07)
Score: 2
2 response(s), 4 in thread
Attached to: Windows Vista: 19 Months of Usage and Counting
RE[4]: 2-month relese period (posted 2007-02-08 00:40:40)
Score: 1
1 response(s), 1 in thread
Attached to: Microsoft's Fathi: So Far, So Good for Vista Security
RE[2]: 2-month relese period (posted 2007-02-08 00:12:59)
Score: 4
1 response(s), 3 in thread
Attached to: Microsoft's Fathi: So Far, So Good for Vista Security
RE: About Longhorn Server (posted 2007-01-31 00:47:36)
Score: 1
Attached to: Summary: Windows Vista News, Cont'd
RE: POWERS@$t (posted 2007-01-25 22:30:06)
Score: 1
Attached to: Command Line Makes a Comeback
RE[6]: Market? (posted 2007-01-09 02:13:56)
Score: 2
Attached to: Gates Wants a Server in Every Home
RE: People in IT behave like children (posted 2006-11-10 06:04:51)
Score: 4
1 response(s), 1 in thread
Attached to: Allchin Suggests Vista Won't Need Antivirus
RE[3]: I've tried it (posted 2006-10-08 23:16:17)
Score: 2
Attached to: Office 2007 To Go 'Gold' This Month
RE: Hmmm (posted 2006-07-28 19:24:46)
Score: 1
1 response(s), 1 in thread
Attached to: Microsoft: .Net Beat Java, Who's Next?