This week on Pureinfotech: Google+ gets a makeover in an effort to better compete with Facebook Google+ redesign! Here is what’s new: Hangouts, profile, and appearance [Video] – but will it work? –, Google Chrome beta 19 is out and this time around the company is bringing tab syncing with some other nifty options.
This week Microsoft announced that is ending Windows Vista and Office 2007 mainstream support. Check the article to learn what this means to you –Microsoft is ending support for Windows Vista today, still a couple more years for XP.
For Windows 8, this week you learned that you can already find Easter Eggs inside of the operating system – How to enable Aero Lite transparency in Windows 8 [Trick]. To prevent network problems when sharing content visit this article – Ensure home network interoperability with Windows 8 and previous version of Windows [Tips]. If you still haven’t had the chance to test the upcoming version of Microsoft’s operating system because you didn’t know how to create a Windows 8 bootable USB installer, well, now you are out of excuses: Win8USB is a little tool that will make super easy the creation of Windows 8 USB bootable installer — Win8USB: Easily create a Windows 8 USB bootable installer media.
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