Society for Better Books in Cambodia (SBBC) is started to run a campaign to ask for Microsoft to change the default Khmer font on MS Windows which is currently using Khmer UI (by Microsoft) and DaunPenh (by OM Mony) font family. According to the petition, it says that: The fonts are ugly and difficult to… Read More

  Have you received the alert message as above? I got it on my Windows 8.1, there will be soon try on the new update on Windows 10, there should be more awesome for user experiences. If you already try, let’s share your experience on this OS together.… Read More

Last night, I read an article announced that Microsoft has released new .NET Framework 5.0 as an opensource framework to target multiplatform environment. The .NET core publishes on github under MIT license. You can find detail of the release in MSDN blog from here or blog. I just would like to express my excited… Read More

Windows is still on top of all OS in the world. Net Applications claims that in September 2014, Windows was running on 91.98 percent of the computers worldwide, while Linux was only installed on 1.64 percent of them. The rest of 6.38 percent are powered by Mac OS X. — Source: Softpedia… Read More

How do you think if a laptop (Notebook) with 2GB RAM, Intel Celeron N2840 CPU and Intel HD Graphics which is cost only 199$ comparing to a laptop of 100$ of 1GB RAM, Intel Atom Z3735G quad-core processor with 32GB of onboard storage? Now it’s possible with HP Stream line. HP produces both notebook and tablet using… Read More

Windows 8 is rolling out in the world and now new version, Windows 8.1 plans for the release, the public preview of Windows 8.1, which will be available starting June 26th. On 5th May during Microsoft’s keynote at Computex Taipei 2013, the world’s second largest computer show, Corporate Vice President of Microsoft’s OEM division Nick… Read More