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Microsoft: The Strength to Endure

Microsoft has the stuff to come out of this recession on top.

Microsoft on the Brain

We've got opinions, and we're not afraid to use 'em.

Windows 7 Release Candidate Arriving in May?

Microsoft may be trying to send a message that the next release of Windows 7 will happen in May of this year.

Microsoft Promoting Touch in Windows 7

Microsoft has devised a Windows Touch Logo Program for its hardware and software partners that are integrating products with Windows 7.

Windows 7 Exams Development Under Way

Microsoft Learning announced some preliminary information on three new MCST-level exams for the upcoming OS.

Windows Home Server Gets Powered Up With PP2

Microsoft's Windows Home Server got a boost with the release of Power Pack 2 (PP2), which became available to Microsoft Developer Network subscribers.

Gartner Outlines Windows 7 Deployment Strategy

IT departments should depart from the usual SP1 milestone when deciding when to deploy Windows 7, according to a Gartner analysis.

Crash! Boom! Bang! Exploit!

The Windows Debugger plug-in explains all. Plus: IE 8 and Safari get taken down a notch; Conficker might be an April Fool's joke; Paladin rolls to the rescue.

Microsoft Rolling Out Windows Azure Improvements

Microsoft described three Windows Azure improvements designed to assist developers using its cloud-based operating system.

Fool Us Once, Conficker....

Plus, Microsoft in a patching spat; PCI makes new rules; Facebook tricks.

Windows 7 Getting Fine Tuned, Features Added

More user interface tweaks and bug fixes are being carried out by the Windows 7 engineering team in preparation for the release candidate version of the OS.

Windows 7 Is 'Rescuing' Apps, Microsoft Says

Windows 7 will feature superior application compatibility over Windows Vista, according to a Microsoft announcement issued on Monday.

March Security Bulletin Issued Without Excel Fix

Microsoft is rolling out three security fixes today in its March patch release, with one item described as "critical" and two items labeled "important."

Q&A: Microsoft's Nash Explains IE 8's Enterprise Advantages

Mike Nash, Microsoft's corporate vice president for Windows product management, talks about the status of IE 8 RC1.

IE8 Will Be Removable from Windows 7

Microsoft will expand the list of "features" that can be disabled when the Windows 7 Release Candidate becomes available, including the ability to turn off IE 8.

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