If you have not had yet the experience of working on a PC that moves like a snail, you are a unique, rare human being Windows PCs have had a long tradition of not managing well long and uninterrupted use across different applications, too many applications when installed and removed from a PC and a slew of processes and services running at all times inside your PC RAM memory but which maybe actually completely unneeded by your computer.
The Windows XP user interface has some learning features, whereby it will customize itself to fit your computing style. One of the most obvious examples of this is the frequently used programs section on the bottom left side of the start menu, where shortcuts for the programs you have most recently used are displayed.
Microsoft just released Windows Live messenger 9.0 and almost after a week, the final version of Yahoo! Messenger 9.0 has been released. This version supports Windows XP and Vista and has many new features with an improved user-interface. With this launch, Yahoo! introduced a feature...