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CFConner

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  • Visual Studio 2010 and the .NET Framework 4.0 Week!

    I apologize for posting this in the forum - but the DOWNLOADED file for the training kit is NOT VALID. The training kit from the MS Downloads: 

    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=752cb725-969b-4732-a383-ed5740f02e93 provided by you guys says it is not a valid WIN32 application when I try to run it. Can someone please look into this and fix it? I tried this a month ago and when I got the error I thought that it would get corrected since surely someone at Microsoft would be using it. Smiley   Well a month later, it still isn't fixed. Who do I complain to? Smiley

     

     

    Thanks!

     

    =-Chris

  • Route 64 - Kang Su Gatlin talks about 64-bit

    After reading this thread, one trend I can see where 64bit is necessary for client side workstations in the next few years is voice enabled applications. Sure, right now they are available - but I can see another "revolution" with these applications and having their capabilities work as well as the Microsoft handwriting recognition right out of the box.

    I would love to be able to start up my computer - or leave it on at all times and just walk into my office and say to my machine, "Computer, start word" and begin to efficiently dictate and when I want to add media to my documents, I can describe what to do - for example:

    "computer add picture from folder My Documents Meeting from last tuesday"

    Or "Computer, please add a picture showing a red BMW and fit into frame"

    These kind of productivity enhancements require immense processing and memory - 64bit is going to help quite a bit indeed.

    =-Chris