If patching prowess is determined by how many flaws actually get fixed, then Microsoft is second worst, Sun is the very worst and Mozilla comes in third. The research was done by IBM, which, not coincidentally, came out looking fairly okay in fifth, one ahead of Google.
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Posted by Doug Barney on 08/30/2010 at 1:18 PM
Let's break down when it's ideal to use the NOLOCK hint and when you should never use it.
Microsoft is starting to enable the restriction of Excel 4.0 macros (XLM) by default for users of Excel in subscriptions, starting with Excel build 16.0.14427.20000 and newer releases, according to a Wednesday announcement.
Microsoft on Wednesday listed 25 dead or ineffective administrative template (ADMX) policies for Windows 10 or Windows 11, urging IT pros to stop using them.
Microsoft this week explained what hoops IT pros must jump through if they plan to use Group Policy with administrative template (ADMX) files to set policies for both Windows 10 and Windows 11 clients.
Microsoft announced on Tuesday that Windows 11 SE PCs for the education market are now starting to become available worldwide.
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