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Office 2007 SP3 to be Released

Microsoft is preparing the release of Service Pack 3 for Office 2007. The release should come sometime before the end of 2011. According to Microsoft in a post on October…

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Fix Random Freezes In High Memory Situations

Windows 7 has been conceived as a fairly stable, well designed operating system so far. Some of the operating system’s users have however experienced random freezes in high memory situations,…

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Official Windows 7 With Integrated Service Pack 1 Downloads

Many Windows 7 News visitors are first movers who have bought the Windows 7 operating system when it first came out. This could have been a purchase of a standalone…

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Microsoft Updates System Fonts To Improve Internet Explorer Font Rendering

Have you updated the core Windows system browser to Internet Explorer 9 yet? Chance is that you noticed blurry fonts in the new version. This can be attributed to a…

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Windows 7 SP1 Installs Causing Some “fatal errors”

The first service pack for Windows 7 has been available for nearly a month at this stage and by and large I think the roll out went without too many…

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Microsoft Releases Fix For IE9 Canon Printing Problems

Users of a Canon printer who recently updated an older version of Internet Explorer to Internet Explorer 9 may have experienced failed print jobs when trying to print web pages…

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Windows 7 SP1 Coming Loaded On PCs in Early April

Windows 7 SP1 hasn’t been out too long, but Lenovo and Hewlett-Packard have already said they are going to start shipping it pre-loaded on their machines. Laptops and desktops from…

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Media Feature Pack for Windows 7 N with Service Pack 1

Windows 7 N and Windows 7 KN are special editions of Windows 7 tailored to comply with regulations in specific regions of the world. Microsoft offers these versions of the…

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What You Need To Know Upgrading To Windows 7 SP1

The very first service pack for Windows 7 will be available to the public starting from February 22nd as confirmed by Microsoft just over a week ago. It’s already been…

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Microsoft Releases Windows 7 SP1 Documentation

The first service pack for the Windows operating system will be released to the public in the coming week. MSDN and Technet subscribers on the other hand are able to…

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Microsoft Confirms Availability Of Windows 7 Service Pack 1

Brandon LeBlanc over at the Windows Team Blog has just confirmed that Microsoft has “handed off the final release (RTM) of Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack…

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Windows 7 SP1 Final Out In The Coming Weeks

While there is no official confirmation yet by Microsoft, Winrumors are reporting that the service pack 1 for Windows 7 will be released on February 16 for MSDN customers and…

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New Windows 7 Vulnerabilities

Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday is coming. This means that Microsoft plans to ship bulletins and fixes for vulnerabilities it has discovered on its operating system or Internet Explorer. Plan on seeing…

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Microsoft Updates Reliability Patch For 64-bit Windows 7 Editions

A reliability update for 32-bit and 64-bit editions of Windows 7 was released by Microsoft in January. It turned out that the 64-bit edition of the patch could cause problems…

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Microsoft Announces Windows 7 SP1 RTM

Yesterday I reported on a story that the recent software update from Microsoft was prepping Windows 7 machines for the update to Windows 7 SP1. Then earlier today Martin covered…

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Windows 7 SP1 Nearing Release

Microsoft haven’t officially given a release date for the first service pack for Windows 7, they’ve just said that it will be in the first half of this year, so…

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Windows 7 SP1 Release Candidate Available

The release candidates of the first service packs for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 leaked to the net earlier this week. This indicated the next major step in…

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Microsoft Releases Fix For Windows 7 Printing Issue

Microsoft today acknowledged and released a hotfix for a problem with the Windows print spooler that would occasionally cause single-processor computers to spike at 100 percent CPU usage. This issue affects 32-bit and 64-bit Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 systems, but not Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008 systems.

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