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December 04, 2007

What is a Windows operating system downgrade?

Did you know that Microsoft Windows Vista can be downgraded to XP or even W2K? Depending on the type of license you own you may have the rights to user older versions of the operating systems. What is a downgrade? To Microsoft, “downgrade” explains the licensing rights it grants to older operating systems. Downgrade does…

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November 29, 2007

Google talks with Stealth CEO Ed Boutilier

Recently the folks at Google interviewed Stealths CEO, Ed Boutilier about the benefits of using search on the web portal. Stealths website features Googles latest search technology – coined Custom Search Business Edition (CSBE) 1) Why did you need Google Custom Search Business Edition (CSBE)?We needed a highly effective way of providing detailed search…

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November 28, 2007

Where is Linux headed in 2008? – ask Linus

In an interview at Information Week Linus Torvalds the creator of Linux spills out his current excitement about the future of Linux Torvalds: “So a lot of the effort ends up being hardware-related. Both in terms of peripheral drivers and simply in platform changes. The bulk of the kernel really is about hardware support, and…

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November 26, 2007

Will 2008 be the year of the SSD (Solid State Drive)?

SSD Technology is hot. Not to mean they run hot. Solid state hard drives have been around for years but only used in specialized applications where traditional storage media would not fly. With the diminishing prices of flash memory these hard drives are finding their way into many applications where in the past the cost…

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November 20, 2007

Simply Stealth IT! Advertising Campaign Rolls Out

One of Stealth Computers key market areas has always been the process and discrete control industries. Many of our products have evolved from this market in support of MMI/HMI, SCADA and Operator Interface software such as Wonderware, Iconics, Intellution etc. In support of these applications Stealth has embarked on a new advertising campaign in Control…

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November 16, 2007

Intel’s latest CPU’s keeps Moores Law alive

Just when you thought we were nearing the end of Moores Law Intel kicks it up a notch. The new Penryn series microprocessors are essentially a shrink of the current Core architecture that brought Intel back out of the woods in 2006. These are also the first chips to use Intel’s 45-nanometer manufacturing technology, leading…