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winnt

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New mobile-focused Windows could last 20-30 years -- Gartner

The tech-research company says Windows 8 marks the beginning of a new era -- i.e., Microsoft's big switch to focus on mobile devices such as tablets.

By June 26, 2012

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How to uninstall Brilliant Digital's software

Company executives say people can uninstall the Brilliant Digital software without interfering with the Kazaa program itself. This is true, but it's not an easy process.

By April 3, 2002

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Utilities Updates: Alarm Clock Pro; Findat; OSA Printer; PowerMail; Thoth; iTunes Tool; nCalc; more

Utilities Updates: Alarm Clock Pro; Findat; OSA Printer; PowerMail; Thoth; iTunes Tool; nCalc; more

By December 17, 2001

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Odds & Ends: Default Folder & CD burning?; DVD tray eject; checking for damaged fonts; more

Odds & Ends: Default Folder & CD burning?; DVD tray eject; checking for damaged fonts; more

By August 14, 2001

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Patchwork security

Although companies routinely release "patches" to plug holes and reassure worried customers, these antidotes are often ignored by system administrators--if they are aware of the problem at all.

By January 24, 2001

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Microsoft Knowledge Base access problem: getting the page to load

Microsoft Knowledge Base access problem: getting the page to load

By February 9, 2000

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Netscape fights browser bug

The company is moving to patch a security hole in Communicator that exposes a variety of information on users' hard drives.

By March 8, 1999

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Microsoft readies NT 4.0 upgrade

The software giant finalizes plans to deliver a sought after service pack upgrade to current versions of the company's Windows NT OS.

October 20, 1998

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Jumping icon "hotfix" publicly posted

Jumping icon "hotfix" publicly posted

By May 20, 1998

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Microsoft posts "Bonk" patch

The giant posts a fix designed for the Windows NT server against the program, which allows users to wage denial-of-service attacks.

January 12, 1998