A second Microsoft flaw is being exploited following December's Patch Tuesday releases.
Microsoft's new OS gives you more options for viewing and manipulating windows and screen elements, and also ribbon-izes Paint and WordPad.
TextEdit's auto-formatting of lists can be a burden. Here is how to turn it off.
Several Windows enthusiast sites are reporting that Microsoft has hit its internal "M3" stage for the OS and that a public test version could come as early as next month.
Photos taken from pre-beta builds of Windows 8 sent to various Microsoft partners show greater use of the ribbon interface, a new welcome screen, and a few other surprises.
The Daily stands by its report that Microsoft has created an iPad version of Office, though the folks in Redmond label the story inaccurate.
On Patch Tuesday, software maker finally fixes critical Excel hole that had been exploited, as well as other exploited vulnerabilities in Windows and Word.
Microsoft closes a second propagation method used by the worm in its latest batch of Patch Tuesday monthly security bulletins. The Windows hole is rated "critical" for XP users.
Software maker issues patches for critical and important holes in Windows, but fails to plug Excel hole that is being exploited.
Although not even in beta, Windows 7 already appears stable and full of consumer-friendly features.
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