For the first time in a long time, my curiosity for a Windows operating system has finally kicked in. I have never used Vista after that one time when I wanted to check out all the hype (and deleted it right away), nor have I ever used Windows 7 despite their claim that it is not a resource hogger unlike Vista.

Windows 8 though … now this is something else. And I mean something new. Following Apple’s style with theier next operating system, the next version of Windows will look a lot like Windows Phone 7.

CNet divulged a few details that Microsoft unveiled the design for Windows 8 at the All Things Digital conference. The software giant plans to provide a more extensive demonstration at a conference for application developers this coming September.

Something new is always something good and incorporating features in Windows Phone 7 looks to be attractive. After all this time, I finally may decide to try and switch to a new Windows version. I still prefer XP over its other sequels.

Photo from CNN.

Magic Jack is a device that plugs into a USB port on the user’s computer and uses a standard phone jack into which any standard phone can be plugged. This allows the user to make phone calls to any phone in the U.S. and Canada. The cost of the device is minimal and it can save the user thousands when using it.

For some time, it was only compatible with the Windows operating system. But lo and behold! Good news for Mac users. You can get magic jack numbers for your Mac. Check the site and watch the video below as proof that this is true.

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