Articles tagged Microsoft Vista

What's In Google Chrome's User-Agent String
With the advent Google Chrome there has been a lot of media coverage regarding the browser’s uptake and how it will compete with Internet Explorer, Firefox and Safari. This is where the User Agent becomes most valuable. Read more – ‘What's In Google Chrome's User-Agent String’.
Great Adobe AIR Applications to Check Out
Since the Adobe Integrated Runtime (AIR) was released at the end of February, we now have a stable platform on which to build desktop applications with our existing web skills. A number of people have already started and the Adobe AIR Marketplace is filling with AIR applications by the day. So what is the big deal? Read more – ‘Great Adobe AIR Applications to Check Out’.
Apache Installation – Problems with Skype
When trying to install the latest version of Apache on my development machine, I was presented with a nasty error at the end of the installation, that I initially thought related to a previous IIS installation. Read more – ‘Apache Installation – Problems with Skype’.
PHP.ini Permission Problems on Windows Vista
Installing PHP is a relatively simple task one would think. Indeed it is simple, but configuring the php.ini isn't; at least not so on Windows Vista! It is infuriating when such a relatively simple task is made inordinately complicated because of the nuances of Vista permissions. What started out as a 5 minute task took a significant number of hours searching for a suitable answer on Google, and not only by myself. Read more – ‘PHP.ini Permission Problems on Windows Vista’.