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While Microsoft's onetime flagship operating system is seven years old, it remains in wide use and actually got a reprieve from a planned deadline that would have ended paid incident support for the product later this month.
What's more, some of Windows NT Server's contemporaries, Windows NT Workstation, SQL Server 7.0 and Exchange 5.5, all got reprieves of their own.
Microsoft's handling of the support issues around Windows NT and its generation of products show the software giant is gradually learning that it is a legacy product vendor with attendant responsibilities to customers.
Microsoft this week published additional help resources for organizations stuck on Windows Server 2008, which fell out of support on Jan. 14.
Microsoft on Thursday announced a corporatewide carbon reduction effort that aims to make the company "carbon negative" by 2030.
One of the biggest security risks in any organization happens when a user walks away from their PC without logging out. Microsoft has the solution (and it's not a password-protected screensaver).
Microsoft on Wednesday announced the first release of its Chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser at the "stable" commercial-release stage.
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