Windows Vista Problems? You May Need the Vista 940105 Patch

Windows Vista Problems? You May Need the Vista 940105 Patch

If you have been experiencing Microsoft Vista problems – such as the infamous “nvlddmkm has stopped working” issue – you may need the Vista 940105 patch. While there’s been an outpouring of more than the usual amount of angst regarding Windows Vista problems lately, due to the incompatability of some Vista drivers, this isn’t a Vista vs XP issue, and in fact some problems with Vista are not Vista’s fault. In this particular case, applying the Vista 940105 patch should fix your problems. So instead of jumping on the “Vista sucks” bandwagon, try downloading the Vista 940105 patch.

Windows Vista and iTunes a Bad Combination – Hold Off, Says Apple

Windows Vista and iTunes a Bad Combination – Hold Off, Says Apple

Early adopters who have rushed out to grab their copy of Windows Vista have found that it has broken iTunes. As a result, Apple has suggested that people hold off upgrading to Vista “for a few weeks”, at which time a new version of iTunes is expected to be released. They are also offering an iTunes Repair Tool for Vista, for those who have already made the switch.

Windows Media and Outlook Express Both at High Risk

Windows Media and Outlook Express Both at High Risk

Microsoft has issued alerts and updates this week for both Windows Media Player and Outlook Express, explaining that both are open to serious attack, which could render a user’s computer under the control from someone out on the Internet. The Outlook Express update affects Microsoft Outlook Express 5.5 and 6, and the Windows Media Player issue affects both Windows Media Format Series Runtime, and Windows Media Player 6.4 (and even affects people running later versions of Windows Media Player such as Windows Media Player 11).

Windows Live Spaces Takes On MySpace

Windows Live Spaces Takes On MySpace

Microsoft this week announced the launch of their Windows Live Spaces service. According to Microsoft, the Windows Live Spaces service offers “social networking features designed to help users discover and connect with friends through their trusted contacts and allows customers to personalize their Windows Live Spaces with gadgets.” In other words, a direct run-up against MySpace. But they do have the Windows Live Gadgets – can MySpace gadgets be far behind?