Microsoft will enable the Adobe Flash Player "to run by default" in Internet Explorer 10.
This month will bring us four "critical" and three "important" bulletins.
Clicking on a Web site could cause your hard drive to be filled with unwanted and harmful data in a short period of time.
Microsoft got hit today with a €561-million fine from the European Commission.
Microsoft this week explained a little more about how the Adobe Flash Player works with Internet Explorer 10 on the Windows 8 operating system.
Microsoft plans to deliver translation capabilities to its Yammer enterprise social networking application by "late spring."
Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 is broadly available today for download.
But, as history shown us, the "Bamital" ring may be down, but it'll probably be back.
February's Microsoft Security Update arrived today with a larger-than-usual 12 bulletins -- five rated "critical" and seven "important."
Microsoft's monthly security update will arrive on Tuesday with 12 bulletins targeting 57 vulnerabilities, according to the Microsoft Security Bulletin Advance Notification.
Microsoft last week released a new tool that will block the automatic installation of Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 7 systems when that browser arrives.
Update 13 for Java 7 and Update 39 for Java 6 was released this afternoon by Oracle.
A new book describes Microsoft's Windows 95 product push that later led to antitrust problems with the U.S. government.
Microsoft released an out-of-band patch for its Web browser earlier this week.
Microsoft on Monday released an out-of-band fix for a zero-day use-after free memory vulnerability in its Internet Explorer Web browser.
The recently discovered IE zero-day vulnerability has been overlooked by this month's Microsoft security update.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced two settlements that it made last week with Google after a year-and-a-half review.
While popular browsers like Firefox and Internet Explorer have done a lot of changing over the past six years, bookmarking features have done little to change their cumbersome nature.
A Microsoft-funded study described "hidden costs" for organizations that use multiple browsers.