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Michel Cochegrus

Member since: Oct 18th, 2007

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Microsoft attacks OpenOffice.org and open source with a damning video (Download Squad)

Oct 17th 2010 7:07PM One thing OpenOffice doesn't have is data filtering. Excel does filtering by keyword contains, colors, and several other. You maybe can do this with regular expressions but a regular users would find it hard to do.

Blackberry users ready to abandon ship for the iPhone, Nexus One (TUAW.com)

Mar 16th 2010 8:29PM I currently own a Blackberry Bold 9000, and I would switch to iPhone if it had tethering enabled. The most anoying thing about blackberrys is the complete memory hog they are and the limit you have in not being able to install and run apps from the memory card.

¡Tunes! Mexico iTunes store now open for shopping (TUAW.com)

Aug 4th 2009 2:45PM About time, even tough I have been using an American account with a Mexican credit card for a looooong time.

Ask TUAW: Finder thumbnails, wifi connection manager, external drive on PS3, Tiger on an old iMac (TUAW.com)

Sep 6th 2008 9:04AM Is there a way so Leopard can recognize Windows DNS names in a browser within a LAN, eg. http://hercules/. This should open the website located at Hercules Win 2003 R2 we have in our LAN, but instead goes to google and searches for hercules.com

Seeing iPhone in non-carrier countries? We want photos! (TUAW.com)

Jan 25th 2008 3:14PM As far as I can tell iPhones have been in Mexico weeks after launch, they retail for $850 aprox, but of course no Data plan is available, they just work as regular cellphones with sms and as iPods.

VMWare releases Fusion 1.1 (Download Squad)

Nov 12th 2007 5:50PM I installed it today. Windows XP did the upgrade fine but my bootcamp installation won't install VMWare tools!!!!

MS Office 2008 for Mac: new screens and first impressions (Download Squad)

Oct 18th 2007 2:05PM It looks great, but a tough question will be:
Will it support current Office 2007 Windows formats (including Outlook 2007 .pst file import)?