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Microsoft Office 365 Home Premium Preview

This is the Microsoft Office 365 Home Premium Preview which released recently.

To use this Office Preview, internet connection is required; and you must be signed in with a Windows Live account.

For 64-bit users: 32-bit Office Preview is recommended for most users as there’s a compatibility issues with 64-bit Office Preview and 64-bit OS.

You can install Microsoft Office 365 Home Premium on a maximum of 5 computers and users.

Office 365 Home Premium requires Windows 7 and Windows 8 Release Preview, as it doesn’t support Windows XP or Vista.

Office 365 Home Premium provides native Metro support for Windows 8 Release Preview. For more details, please check this FAQ: http://www.microsoft.com/office/preview/en/faq

To make Office 365 run, you must meet and exceed all of the requirements:

Computer and processor: 1 GHz or greater x86/x64 Processor with SSE2 instruction set

Memory: 1GB RAM for 32-bit and 2GB for 64-bit

Hard disk: 3.5GB free disk space

Operating System: Windows 7 or newer, either 32-bit or 64-bit; Windows 2008 R2 or newer with .NET Framework 3.5 or greater. It isn’t possible to install on a PC running Windows XP or Vista. To use with Windows 8 you must be running the Release Preview version or higher.

Graphics hardware acceleration requires DirectX 10 graphics card and 1024×576 resolution or higher.

Running Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 32-bit with all updates at 1920×1080 resolution.

System specifications: See my channel description.

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(3of3) Triumph of the Nerds: Great Artists Steal. 1996 Documentary

Triumph of the Nerds: Great Artists Steal. (Documentary) (Stereo) (1996)

Triumph of the Nerds: The Rise of Accidental Empires (1996) is a documentary film written and hosted by Robert X. Cringely and produced for British television by Oregon Public Broadcasting. The title refers to the 1984 film, Revenge of the Nerds, and the documentary itself is based on Cringely’s book Accidental Empires. The three-part film first premiered on PBS in June 1996.

The documentary chronicles the rise of the personal computer/home computer beginning in the 1970s with the Altair 8800, Apple I and Apple II and VisiCalc. It continues through the IBM PC and Apple Macintosh revolution through the 1980s and the mid 1990s, ending at the beginning of the Dot-com boom with the release of Windows 95.
It includes interviews with many influential figures in the PC industry, including Apple’s Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, Microsoft’s Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer, and Oracle’s Larry Ellison.

Episode 3of3:
Steve Jobs, having viewed a demonstration of Xerox’s Alto graphical user interface, developed a desktop manager for the Macintosh with an icon-based interface modeled on the Alto. Cringely suggested that Xerox had the potential to be one of the key companies in the up and coming PC industry, had they understood the game-changing value of the graphical user interface.
Apple agreed to license parts of the Mac OS GUI to Microsoft who went on to develop Windows. Upon the release of Windows 2.0, Apple sued Microsoft in 1988 over the “look and feel” of the Mac OS. Apple lost the lawsuit in 1994, leaving Microsoft dominant in the operating system business.

Steve Jobs had recruited Pepsi-Cola executive John Sculley to become CEO of Apple, saying to the latter “do you want to sell sugar water for the rest of your life or do you want to come with me and change the world?”
The Apple Macintosh pioneered many of the features now standard in the PC, particularly ease of use. However, the Macintosh was considerably more expensive, so it was rapidly overtaken by the IBM PC, with some pundits not only saying that IBM had won, but also that Apple could potentially go out of business.
Chris Espinosa described Sculley’s ouster of Jobs saying “The grandiose plans of what Macintosh were going to be was just so far out of whack with the truth of what the product was doing and the truth of what the product was doing was not horrible it was salvageable but the gap between the two was just so unthinkable that somebody had to do something and that somebody was John Sculley”.

More information at Wikipedia:

Watch Part (1of3)
Impressing Their Friends

Watch Part (2of3)
Riding The Bear

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How to use ‘File Sharing’ Application – Transfer Data to Iphone/Ipod Touch

Its ‘File Sharing” application (Previously called Memory Stick), for those users who want to make your Iphone/ipod touch devices as a memory stick or Flash drive to secure there Data. Meaning transferring your data from your computers to your Iphone/Ipod Touch over WiFi. It’s easy to use and works with Windows and Mac. It requires 2.2.1 or Higher Firmwares to Operate.

Download “File Sharing” from here:


Once the files are on your iPhone or iPod Touch, you can view them, making your device a portable file viewer.

File Sharing can view the following file types:

• Microsoft Word (.doc, .docx)
• Microsoft Excel (.xls, .xlsx, .csv)
• Microsoft PowerPoint (.ppt)
• PDF Files (.pdf)
• iWork Pages documents (.pages)
• Safari Web Archives (.webarchive)
• Web Pages (.htm, .html)
• Text Files (.txt, .cpp, .c, .m, .h)
• Graphic Files (.bmp, .gif, .png, .jpg)
• Movie files (.mp4, .mov)

*****Have Fun with it*****

(By the way the theme on Iphone was “RuetProductions”, available in Cydia.)

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