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Magazine articles on Microsoft Windows and NT.
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September 17, 2010
IE9 Won't Support Windows XP The newest version of the Internet Explorer browser from Microsoft won't run on Windows XP, still the company's most widely-used operating system. mark for My Articles 922 similar articles
The Motley Fool
September 12, 2010
Wolffgang Gruener
Microsoft Gripes About Firefox 4 Hardware Acceleration Mozilla and Mr. Softy trade barbs over whose browser is better. mark for My Articles 429 similar articles
The Motley Fool
September 10, 2010
Gabriel Perna
End of an Era: Dell Says Sayonara to XP Despite operating system Window XP's dominance, Microsoft has started to set up Windows 7 as the successor. mark for My Articles 668 similar articles
September 2, 2010
Microsoft Issues 'Fix It' for DLL Flaw Following the revelation of a flaw that put hundreds of Windows applications at risk, Microsoft issues an automated "Fix It" tool to address the vulnerability. mark for My Articles 227 similar articles
August 27, 2010
Gartner Warns Windows 7 Costlier Than Thought Microsoft's new operating system may make an appealing case for IT buyers, particularly as more businesses enter a refresh cycle, but Gartner warns of the hidden costs of the transition. mark for My Articles 125 similar articles
August 25, 2010
Windows 95: A Look at Microsoft's OS Overhaul Casting aside the stodgy limitations of Windows 3.1, Microsoft's launch of Windows 95 changed much for its flagship product. mark for My Articles 3 similar articles
August 17, 2010
Microsoft Unveils Small Business Server Software giant has taken the wraps off of Aurora, the code name for the next iteration of its Small Business Server, which includes support for cloud services. mark for My Articles 726 similar articles
August 13, 2010
Microsoft Execs Talk Cloud, Windows 7 Plans Windows 7 has been a huge hit among consumers for Microsoft, but the software giant is also counting on big enterprise sales. mark for My Articles 877 similar articles
August 10, 2010
Microsoft Chasing Another Zero-Day Flaw Just a week after releasing an out-of-bound patch for a zero-day flaw, Microsoft is at it again, chasing down a new vulnerability that allegedly targets all supported versions of Windows. mark for My Articles 437 similar articles
PC Magazine
August 9, 2010
Edward Mendelson
Ten Simple, Helpful Microsoft Outlook 2010 Tips Outlook 2010 is one of the most complex desktop applications ever created -- here are ten detailed tips to master some of its deep functionality. mark for My Articles 176 similar articles
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