It’s been an extremely busy year for the TuneUp team! The 2010 year was filled with extensive PC performance benchmark tests , myth-busting and many Windows insider events like TechEd. Plus, we launched TuneUp Utilities – Version 2011 (in 10 different languages!), and debuted not only TuneUp Program Deactivator but also many other enhancements to [...]
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Windows guru Mark Russinovich and his trusty companion, Bryce Cogswell, have done it again: They’ve released a new tool called RAMMap 1.0 as part of Windows Sysinternals. In this post, we’ll show you what the new tool is for and how useful it’s been to us.
Here we go again, it’s Day 3 and it looks like a much quieter day. Today I‘m skipping sessions in order to walk around the PDC 2009 Expo Hall a little bit, where Microsoft and its Partners show the latest and greatest in software and hardware technology. So don’t expect a technical deep-dive, but rather [...]
Welcome back! Day 2 of Microsoft’s PDC 2009 has begun! Today the event kicked off with a keynote session by a very special guest, Steven Sinosky, president of the Windows and Windows Live divisions. Steven hit the stage and immediately started sharing details on what the Windows 7 development experience was like and what Microsoft [...]
This is the first post in a series covering Microsoft’s Professional Developers Conference (PDC), taking place November 17–19, 2009 in Los Angeles, California. The TuneUp Blog team traveled all the way from Germany to bring you the latest news from the world’s largest Microsoft event for developers. This week it’s all about Office 2010, Windows [...]
The TuneUp Blog covers tips and tricks for optimizing, streamlining and troubleshooting Windows. Updated on a regular schedule, we point out new optimization techniques and offer exclusive behind-the-scenes information on Windows’ insides. This blog helps you get more productive by getting things done in new and clever ways. We’ll cover everything from Windows XP to 7 to anything else Microsoft puts out.