“The Dry Throat Edition” of Dr. Bill.TV Netcast #212 (Audio)

Kindle e-ink vs. backlit, ‘Ice Cream Sandwich’ supports USB and HDMI, TPN shows on Samsung SmartTV, Android #1 in downloads, Mozilla in bed with M$, ‘Slide-to-Unlock’ patent? Heavy Kindles? YouTube’s new 100, GSotW: iWisoft, GoToMeeting.com Code: PODCAST

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Tech Podcast Network Press Release – Samsung Smart TV App

iWisoft Free Video Converter


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“The Arrogant, Bragging Edition” of Dr. Bill.TV Netcast #199

Dr. Bill Netcast – 199 – (07/30/11)

Microsoft buys more SUSE Linux Support! A personal story on headhunters – just kidding, guys! Happy Sys Admin Day! IE users are dumber than other browser users! GSotW: andLinux! GoToAssist: http://bit.ly/jw3Y7y Carbonite: http://bit.ly/carbtpn

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Citrix GoToAssist Offer!

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Enter to Win a Roku 2!

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“The Roku 2 Giveaway Edition” of Dr. Bill.TV Netcast #198

Dr. Bill Netcast – 198 – (07/23/11)

New Roku 2 boxes: we are giving one away! Byte Magazine is back! Star Wars: The Old Republic available for pre-order! GSotW: Gabby! Will Apple buy Hulu? Who else might? What about Google+? GoToAssist: http://bit.ly/jw3Y7y Carbonite: http://bit.ly/carbtpn

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“The I Don’t Want to Know Where Gelatin Comes From Edition” of Dr. Bill.TV Netcast #197

Dr. Bill Netcast – 197 – (07/16/11)

Gelatin could be derived from humans! GWotW: Join.Me, Citrix GoToAssist 30 day FREE Trial: http://bit.ly/jw3Y7y Star Wars: The Complete Saga on Bluray! Will Microsoft converge and kill Windows? GSotW: Goodsync!

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“Dr. Bill’s VERY Bad Tech Day! Edition” of Dr. Bill.TV Netcast #196

Dr. Bill Netcast – 196 – (07/02/11)

Oof, our audio is BAD! Firefox eating RAM? Memory Restart can fix that, so can using Chrome! Microsoft pays school to use Office 365, Amazon offers unlimited Cloud Music Storage, the LAST Space Shuttle. GSotW: HWiNFO, VLC wronged! Dr. Bill’s BAD tech day!

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Microsoft Releases New Version of Windows Thin PC

Windows Thin PCA new version of the Release Candidate is available for Windows Thin PC. Windows Thin PC is designed for Thin Client use in VDI environments. (I cross-posted this on Virtzine as well.)

A new version of the Release Candidate is available for Windows Thin PC. Windows Thin PC is designed for Thin Client use in VDI environments.

Windows Thin PC Release Candidate (RC) download now available

A new version of the Release Candidate is available for Windows Thin PC. Windows Thin PC is designed for Thin Client use in VDI environments.

“The release candidate (RC) of Windows Thin PC is now available at the company’s Connect testing site. The RC build is 7601.17514 (win7sp1_rtm_embedded_pos.110420-1302). Microsoft also revealed on Monday that it plans to RTM Windows Thin PC within this quarter (Q2 CY2011). ‘We have seen tremendous interest in the product with thousands of downloads of the software,’ said Microsoft’s Karri Alexion-Tiernan. ‘So, we would like to take this opportunity to recognize our enthusiastic community of well over 12,000 customers and partners who have signed up for the Technology Preview program.’

Microsoft is not planning to charge customers for Windows Thin PC. Instead, the company will offer it as part of Microsoft’s Software Assurance offerings for customers. Microsoft’s Software Assurance Licensing allows businesses large and small to spread licence costs over multiple years and receive ‘free’ upgrades to newer versions during the licence period.”

Windows 8 Will Have REAL Roaming Profiles… In The Cloud!

I work will profiles all the time due to my work as a Citrix admin, they can be tricky! But, this may be an interesting “take” on roaming profiles if they work out! I am not sure about having my PC user profile stored at Microsoft! Kinda makes me shutter a little!

Windows 8 cloud-powered roaming user profiles revealed

“While it was already known that Windows 8 would feature heavy Windows Live cloud integration, the actual extent of that integration will likely continue to take shape as development progresses on the upcoming OS. One more aspect has now been uncovered, thanks to Windows 8 enthusiasts over at My Digital Life: Windows 8 will support roaming profiles when linked to your Windows Live account. Roaming profiles have been an enterprise feature of Windows since the days of NT.

As you can see, all the personalization bases are covered — from your wallpaper and Aero Glass settings to stored credentials and Explorer and taskbar preferences. Application data can be included as well, which has me particularly excited. It’s cool enough to be able to sync my browser profiles, but it would be better still to have my Microsoft Office, Photoshop, and other applications’ preferences running seamlessly in step across all my Windows systems.”

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