FEATURED: Windows 7 Mac ThemeA lot of people requested a Windows 7 Mac Theme, so here it is! This theme will modify your shell and make it look like a Mac, pretty neat, huh?
With some tricks, you can watch Youtube videos via the Windows Media Center, but the Windows Media Center can do much more! You can also play all of your iTunes files in the Windows Media Center.
We have many good Windows 7 themes on our sites, but I recently received a few requests for a Firefox start button for Windows 7, so I decided to make a few new Start buttons for you. Here’s a Firefox, Ubuntu and Apple Start button.
If you can’t wait for your own iPad, then grab this iPad Theme for the iPhone. You will have to install some stuff from Cydia, but it’s definitely worth it.
Ok, so the iPad is something between smartphone and laptop, but is it good enough to play a session of your favorite game? Are there actually any decent games for the iPad and is the resolution and screen size good enough? What about the batteries? Is it handy? Questions over questions. Here are some answers.
Just today, Apple presented it’s newest toy, the Apple iPad. Everyone is excited about this new gadget, but what will it cost? Will it be a tremendous price again? Clearly, Apple’s products are over-priced and no design in the world justifies additional $200-300 ! Supposedly, it is going to cost around $500 with contract in the US and about $900-$999 without contract.
Do you want to rip and convert all of your favorite DVD’s to use them on your iPod? Digiarty Software is currently giving away their WinX DVD to iPod Ripper Special Edition for Windows 7 for free (10 days left). Retail price: $24.95
A Windows 7 Mac Theme! Do you love the interface of a Mac and the usability of Windows 7? Combine both and get the best of both worlds. This incredible Windows 7 Mac Theme makes you believe you are sitting in front of a Mac. The theme completely changes the taskbar, the shell style, buttons, icons and everything else to simulate the GUI of a Mac.
I found a very amusing photo on Crunchgear.com: Ballmer is talking about Windows 7 on the show “TodayShow”. In the background you can see Windows 7 running on a MAC.