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Windows Azure Malware Endpoint Protection Program

Azure, Microsoft’s Cloud venture, is being updated with new malware protection programs in its virtual machines. In a recently released report, Microsoft Endpoint Protection (MEP) for Windows Azure Customer Technology,…

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The Zeus Botnet is under Microsoft Attack

Microsoft has been targeting botnets for some time now, and their latest venture is against the Zeus Botnet. If you don’t know what a botnet is, it is a system…

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Hunger Games – Microsoft’s New Ad Connection With HTML5

Hunger Games, the Movie, is slated for release on March 23. In a typical situation advertisers go all out in the first week to make their movie known to the…

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Microsoft Lining Up Windows 8 For October 2012 Release

Microsoft are looking to launch Windows 8 in October of 2012, just in time for the holiday season alongside an army of new tablets according to Bloomberg

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First Windows 8 Codec Pack Released

While it is possible to play a certain number of files right away in the Windows operating systems, others are not supported by the default applications right out of the…

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Problems in Microsoft’s MAPP Program?

Microsoft confirmed that a security code leak in MAPP following the publication of a proof-of-concept code for a serious security hole in all versions of Windows. The proof-of-concept code leak,…

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Ex – Microsoft Employee Wants To Fix Windows 8

An Ex- Microsoft employee isn’t too happy with what Microsoft have done in Windows 8. So much so that he’s started up a website stating what he’d do to fix Windows 8

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Microsoft Reveals Additional Details About Metro IE10

By now you know that Windows 8 will ship with two different versions of the Internet Explorer web browser. First the classic desktop version which is a direct upgrade of…

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Google: We Are Working On A Chrome Metro Version

If you have followed the Windows 8 development up to this point you know that the operating system will ship with two different interfaces. First the regular desktop interface, and…

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Microsoft Not Happy With OnLive Streaming Windows 7

OnLive, a great app that allows you to stream a full Windows 7 desktop to your iPad so that you can use it as well as Microsoft Office applications on your device.However it looks like OnLive may be running into some trouble over licensing agreements with Microsoft.

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Microsoft Comments On Windows 8′s Start Button Issue

If you have been following this blog or any of the other excellent news site that cover Windows 8, or had your first hours of first-hand experience with the Consumer…

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Dell Working On A Windows 8 Tablet For Business

Dell along with the other OEM’s have certainly recognised the potential that Windows 8 holds, and I feel that it will do particularly well on tablets when consumers mess around with the Metro UI.

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Windows 8 Themes Not Compatible With Windows 7 Themes

Microsoft in a new blog post on the Windows Experience Blog clarified the company’s intention to go forward with the way themes have been provided recently. Windows 7 users may…

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Office 15 Screenshots Show Metro-Style Simplification

It will never be possible to simplify productivity software as complex as Microsoft Office down to a Metro UI level, which is why it has been reported that the Office…

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Facebook Messenger For Windows 7 Now Officially Available

Facebook have now officially released their Messenger app for Windows 7. The application was leaked last year and was also available in beta mode for quite a while now and it’s not really clear why Facebook took so long to actually release it officially.

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Trinity – the New Microsoft Database Technology

Question, how do you access data from a large database collection, where there are no easy facts to search from? How many sales were in the 200,000 range or higher…

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Windows Reader, Windows 8′s Built-In PDF Reader

Windows Reader is a new program that Microsoft has developed exclusively for the Windows 8 operating system. The reader is integrated into the Consumer Preview version of the operating system,…

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Some Market Statistics on Microsoft Products

Despite all of the recent attention to Windows 8, there have been other developments in the Microsoft product market. One that has made Microsoft happy is the attention to the…

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