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Microsoft


June 29, 2013 - Benefits of Choosing Microsoft Windows 8 part 2


June 22, 2013 - Benefits of Choosing Microsoft Windows 8 part 1


May 12, 2012 - Counterfeit software


July 16, 2011 - Benefits of Cloud Computing pt 2


June 18, 2011 - Benefits of Cloud Computing pt 1


September 25, 2010 - Microsoft Security Intelligence Report pt 2


September 11, 2010 - Microsoft Security Intelligence Report


May 15, 2010 - Enhanced MVP Tech Support


February 27, 2010 - Enriching Technical Communities - Microsoft Summit 2010


January 9, 2010 - How to Use Bing to Save Money and Time pt 2


December 12, 2009 - What is the True Cost of Pirated Software


November 28, 2009 - State of Information Technology


November 21, 2009 - Microsoft's Bing Search Engine


October 3, 2009 - Microsoft Security Essentials - FREE


August 8, 2009 - First Look at Windows 7 pt 4


July 25, 2009 - First Look at Windows 7 pt 3


June 20, 2009 - First Look at Windows 7 pt 2


June 13, 2009 - First Look at Windows 7 part 1


April 25, 2009 - Most Valuable Professional Award


March 21, 2009 - Green Computers save money part 2


February 21, 2009 - Green Computers save money part 1


February 7, 2009 - Microsoft Server 2008 part 2


December 27, 2008 - Windows Server 2008


November 15, 2008 - Microsoft Vista


October 25, 2008 - Mojave Experiment


September 13, 2008 - Imagine Cup


August 29, 2008 - Home Based 100 2


August 16, 2008 - Social Engineering on the Internet


August 2, 2008 - Social Engineering on the Internet


July 12, 2008 - Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference


May 17, 2008 - Professional Phone Systems For Businesses


May 3, 2008 - MVP Program


April 26, 2008 - Security Issues pt 2


April 12, 2008 - Security Issues


March 29, 2008 - Tips for Maximizing Internet Protection


March 8, 2008 - Microsoft Office Live Small Business Service


February 23, 2008 - Social Engineering pt. 2


January 26, 2008 - Cyber Threats for 2008


January 5, 2008 - Microsoft Consumer Products


November 10, 2007 - Windows Home Server


October 27, 2007 - Unified Communications


May 12, 2007 - Microsoft Office Live


April 28, 2007 - Microsoft Vista


March 24, 2007 - Office 2007


February 17, 2007 - Exchange Server 2007


February 10, 2007 - Microsoft Vista


January 27, 2007 - Office 2007


September 30, 2006 - 2007 Office and Windows Vista.


September 9, 2006 - Stuart Scott - Chief Information Officer pt.1


May 13, 2006 - Information Work Vision at Microsoft


March 18, 2006 - Virtual Server


February 18, 2006 - Virtual PC


January 28, 2006 - Protect Yourself and Your Family Online


January 14, 2006 - Microsoft Patch


November 26, 2005 - Microsoft's Small Business Accounting Software


August 6, 2005 - Web Watchers


June 25, 2005 - TechNet


June 11, 2005 - Web Watchers


April 16, 2005 - MSN Desktop Search and Toolbar


March 12, 2005 - MSN Search and Toolbar


February 12, 2005 - Corporate Relief


January 1, 2005 - Windows XP Service Pack 2


November 27, 2004 - Microsoft Works Suite 2005


October 23, 2004 - Windows XP Service Pack 2


January 17, 2004 - Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004: A Century of Flight


May 3, 2003 - MSN 8


March 29, 2003 - Customer Relations Management


January 18, 2003 - MSDN


November 9, 2002 - Windows XP Tablet PC OS


June 22, 2002 - Visual Studio.NET 6.0


March 30, 2002 - Online Entertainment


November 24, 2001 - Microsoft Windows XP


July 28, 2001 - Office XP


March 17, 2001 - Encarta, Encarta French, Encarta Spanish


December 9, 2000 - Works Suite 2000


September 9, 2000 - Microsoft Windows ME


April 29, 2000 - Visio products


January 29, 2000 - Microsoft Office 2000


December 4, 1999 - Windows 2000


October 2, 1999 - FrontPage 2000


April 17, 1999 - Internet Explorer 5.0


April 3, 1999 - Microsoft Office 2000


February 27, 1999 - Visual Studio


November 28, 1998 - Microsoft 2000


November 14, 1998 - NetShow Services


November 7, 1998 - Encarta 99, Encarta Reference Suite


June 20, 1998 - Microsoft Windows 98


February 28, 1998 - "Dead Web"


February 21, 1998 - FrontPage 98


November 29, 1997 - Internet Explorer 4.0


Let's Talk Computers ® ranks as one of the longest-running computer radio talk shows. On the air since 1989, Let's Talk Computers is produced in Nashville, Tennessee. Let's Talk Computers is broadcast via radio to stations across the United States and to colleges and universities everywhere. Any of our current and past interviews can also be heard anytime anywhere via the Internet.

Hosts Alan Ashendorf and Sandra Ashendorf interview representatives from the computer industry about products and industry trends. Our guests have included representatives from ATI, Acronis, Adobe, Alpha Software, AMD, AppDev, Computer Associates, Crucial Technology, Diskeeper Corporation, ESET, IBM, ISDN Net, Lenovo, Logitech, Microsoft, Seagate, Sunbelt Software, Symantec, and a host of other companies and book authors mentioned on our Past Guests page. Our goal is to let you know what is happening in the computer industry.

Let's Talk Computers makes every effort to evaluate the products and services it showcases in real-world situations by applying solutions to real-life problems. Let's Talk Computers uses the expertise and facilities of Total Solutions, Inc. to assist in that regard. This helps to insure that, unlike many other so-called reviewers, we have actually used the products that we talk about.

Listeners of Let's Talk Computers shows for this week and last week are eligible to enter postcard drawings to win valuable prizes. Listen to these shows to see how you can enter to win.

If you would like for your company or product be showcased on our show, please contact our Associate Producer, Stephen Lawton, about many of the opportunities for being a guest on Let's Talk Computers . He can be reached via email, or by paper mail at Let's Talk Computers, 488 Saddle Drive, Nashville, TN 37221.

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