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Microsoft is rolling out changes to its search engine aimed at narrowing the gap between it and market leader Google Inc.
Microsoft has released a key "extra" that had been promised for months.
Office 2008 for Mac will be available in the U.S. beginning next Jan. 15.
Windows Home Server (WHS), Microsoft's first-ever server for home use, gets its first update today.
A European think tank is recommending to the European Commission that computers sold abroad come without any operating system pre-loaded.
Microsoft Corp. today officially unveiled PerformancePoint Server 2007, its highly anticipated performance management (PM) software.
Exam retake program provides opportunity for candidates to retake a failed exam; registration is required.
A European court upheld earlier ruling that Microsoft abused its monopoly position on several fronts.
Microsoft this week released a key update to its SOA-based middleware platform—BizTalk.
Microsoft's update system is changing files on both Windows XP and Windows Vista -- even if a user disables automatic updates. Microsoft, however, calls it built-in behavior and no cause for alarm.
As expected, Microsoft's September "Patch Tuesday" update contains fewer security patches than in recent months -- four, to be exact.
Microsoft's first attempt to gain acceptance for its Open XML (OOXML) document format from a critical standards body has failed.
Microsoft published almost no details earlier this week with its announcement that Windows Server 2008's release to manufacturing date had slipped.
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