After Microsoft released a security update on August 8th, people have observed that after applying it, IE may crash when certain Web sites are viewed.
If you did not had the chance to test Microsoft Vista, now you have the chance to win a CD with the software.
This week, Microsoft announced 23 security vulnerabilities, the highest number since its monthly patch program began.
A Microsoft developer who was working on infrastructure technology for the company’s Windows Live initiative has resigned after four months on the job, claiming the multi-billion-dollar effort is suffering from “general paralysis.”
Microsoft decided that Internet Explorer won’t need a + in the end because it’s nothing special about it.
Considering the fact that Windows XP is a mess regarding the security, Microsoft is trying a new tactic.
Microsoft released Windows Live Spaces, the next generation of the world’s most widely used blogging service, MSN Spaces.
Microsoft announced the new set of rules that will be used when a new version of Windows will be in development.
After it unveiled the beta for Macintosh in January, 2006, Adobe has announced today the release of the public beta for Adobe Lightroom software for Windows.
Security experts at Symantec have issued an alert about vulnerability in PowerPoint for which no patch is available.
The two software and communication giants will collaborate in making their instant messaging software compatible with one another.
Microsoft patched up 18 flaws with their latest update released yesterday.
Microsoft is just two days before it will be decided if they will pay heavy fines in Europe.
Microsoft announced the creation of the Open XML Translator project. The project, developed with partners, will create tools to build a technical bridge between the Microsoft Office Open XML Formats and the OpenDocument Format (ODF).
July 11th will be the last day with updates for Windows 98 and Windows ME.
Microsoft, the Redmond giant, has lost the appeal against South Korea’s antitrust regulator.
Public concerns about Microsoft’s Windows Genuine Advantage software forced the “Redmond Giant” to update their software in order to eliminate the accusations of stealing customers’ private data.
CodeWavers is developing a software called CrossOver Mac which will allow Intel Mac OS X users to run Windows applications.
While we are at Microsoft news, I’m here to tell you that Microsoft doesn’t give a cent on Linux.
I think you that those of you who wanted to download Microsoft Vista Beta 2 encountered at least once the “Server Busy” message.
After years of development, the people from Redmond finally released the beta 2 version. Many journalists followed this fourth major release of NT family operating systems. This seems to be the largest project for the people from Microsoft.
Once again Vista will be short of a feature. If they keep it like this, we will end up with a XP with Aero interface. If they don’t drop it too.
Microsoft has announced its intentions of launching the new version of Longhorn, the Windows Server operating system in the second half of 2007.
As a response to Google Scholar, Microsoft launched Windows Live Academic Search, beta version.