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Free Windows 7 FIFA World Cup Theme

Yes it Football time. FIFA World Cup has already started. World Cup started up with few great songs by Knaan, Shakira, Alicia Keys and many more entertained us at the initial stage. But the real entertainment came when the first game started between the Home Team South Africa and Mexico. The First goal in World cup 2010 came from the legs of Tshabalala’s. One of the finest goal ever.

Having a look at the football fans Microsoft has now came up with a new Windows 7 theme specially for Football lovers. Football Fans that are running Windows 7 can grab a 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa theme from the Windows Gallery to help them tailor their desktops to the sporting event of the year. This theme has specially been designed to promote this game.

Argentina vs. Nigeria and Korea vs. Greece. Football fans are, of course, in for quite a treat as the 19th FIFA World Cup unfolds. 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa will conclude on 11 July 2010 with the final match.

The Windows 7 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa theme is available for download here

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June 12, 2010 Posted by | Microsoft, Themes, Windows 7 | Leave a comment

No More OEM for XP SP3

Yes what you heard is correct. Microsoft is now slowly phasing off windows XP out inorder to focus more on Windows 7.After 4months no Pre-installed XP machines will be available in the market. Although Fact is that after the release of Windows 7 the use of Windows XP has dropped dramitacallly but even though you will find some machines still preinstalled with Windows XP and there are very few Machines left in netbooks which can be easily available with at low cost.

This means that windows 7 is only the alternative left with us. Microsoft announced in april that Windows XP OEM’s won’t be available from October onwords. Many manufacturers has already been selling Windows 7 since its release from October 2009. As per the survey in April 2010, most of the netbooks sold were Pre-Installed with WINdows 7.aking this into consideration Microsoft Finally called of OEM’s of Windows XP.

After this huge success of Windows 7, customers are ready to letgo WIndwos XP more easily now compared to some months ago cause the only alternative left for them was Windows Vista. Microsoft had stopped offering XP to OEMs for plain vanilla computers and through retail channels on June 30, 2008. As of January 31, 2009, System Builders were also no longer able to grab XP licenses for installation on their new computers

Also people who are still on Windows XP Service Pack 2 by 13th July 2010 it will reach END OF SUPPORT. For alternative of Windows XP SP2 you can install the latest pack available that’s Windows XP Service Pack 3 via Microsoft Updater. Windows XP Service Pack 3 will continue till April 2014

June 12, 2010 Posted by | Microsoft | Leave a comment