Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Google drops the Beta Tag from Google Groups

From Today Google drops the beta tag from Google Groups.

With the help of Google Groups users can connect with people, access information, and communicate effectively over email and on the web. You can have discussions and create pages in many languages at free of cost. The new version of Google Groups provides an unparalleled interactive forum for discussion and collaboration.

The new features allow you to easily create, manage, search, and browse groups. Google Groups helps you keep in touch with friends, family, or colleagues, publish information relevant to your group, organize events, or work on projects. Google Groups never displays popups and banner ads. You see only relevant text ads.

You can select pictures, colors and styles to give your group its own distinct look. You can Upload and share your work with others in your group. You can Learn more about the other members in your group.

Windows Live OneCare V1.5 will be available to U.S and 16 other countries on January 30

Windows Live OneCare v1.5 will be available to customers in Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the United States on January 30th.

Existing users will be automatically upgraded to the latest release. The new OneCare Version will also run on Vista. OneCare is priced at 49.95 Dollars, covers up to 3 PCs running Windows XP or Vista for a year and includes free phone based support.

All we know that OneCare is Microsoft's first PC care service product, released in May 2006. OneCare service comes with Antivirus,Antispyware,Anti phishing and Firewall software with Backup,Restore Features and several Tune up tools for Windows Computers. So with Windows Live OneCare, you don't have to worry about nasty interruptions from viruses, spyware, hackers, and other unwanted intruders. It is easy to use and works in the background on your computer.