If you heart Facebook so much that you wish to always update your status and comment on others whenever you are on a mobile phone, most probably you have an unlimited data plan or you don’t mind paying pay-per-use data plan. If you are the latter, may be you can stop paying for the charges. Facebook has just released a mobile site, 0.facebook.com, that cost nothing for user to access it, and optimized for speed. Though no photo/picture is viewable in that mobile site (data charges is applied if you want to view photo), it is very useful to access all the key features of Facebook, without paying a cent.
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Service Pack 1 is a natural step in the evolution of Windows operating systems, and SP1 for Windows 7 makes no exception to this rule. Just as it was the case with the service packs for Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008, the first SP for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 will upgrade both platforms. However, customers must be aware of the fact that Microsoft has promised to deliver nothing more than a minor upgrade for the latest iteration of its Windows client and server operating systems. Not that Windows 7 RTM needs SP1 to be ready for adoption, with corporations such as Intel already upgrading thousands of seats to Build 7600, and breaking the mold of waiting for the first service pack before they upgrade.
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