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Windows Phone's goal: Be the go-to OS for the budget-conscious

By eliminating licensing fees for the OS on devices with a screen smaller than 9 inches, Microsoft is placing a bet on rapid expansion over revenue.

By Apr. 4, 2014

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Microsoft fixes 20 flaws with 11 patches

The security bulletins, four deemed critical, affect Windows, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Office, and Microsoft Host Integration Server.

By Oct. 14, 2008

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Microsoft issues five critical security patches

As part of Patch Tuesday, the software giant releases security bulletins that address vulnerabilities in Windows, Microsoft Office, and IE.

By Apr. 8, 2008

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Microsoft fixes 26 flaws with 11 patches; six are critical

Updates affect Microsoft Office suite and individual applications as well as Internet Explorer.

By Aug. 12, 2008

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Internet worm exploits Windows vulnerability

Security hole in Windows that Microsoft released patch for last month is being exploited by worm and bots, Microsoft says.

By Nov. 26, 2008

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Microsoft fixes 28 flaws; 6 are critical

Redmond issues eight patches that affect Visual Basic 6, Internet Explorer, Word, Excel, Windows Search, SharePoint, and Windows Media Components.

By Dec. 9, 2008

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Expert: Worm spreading in many ways becoming an epidemic

The worm known as Kido, aka Conficker or Downadup, evolves to spread via removable devices and other means besides just exploiting a Windows vulnerability.

By Jan. 15, 2009

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Microsoft patches 10 flaws with seven bulletins

The most critical patches released cover Bluetooth, Internet Explorer, and DirectX.

By Jun. 10, 2008

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Microsoft fixes 9 flaws with 4 patches; none critical

Bulletins address flaws within Domain Name Service in Windows, Windows Explorer in Windows Vista, Outlook Web Access (OWA), and Microsoft SQL servers

By Jul. 8, 2008

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Microsoft patches potential 'worm hole'

A rare, out-of-cycle, critical patch is available to address a serious flaw that Microsoft thinks could lead to a network worm.

By Oct. 23, 2008