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Windows 7: Moving beyond Vista July 6, 2009 Microsoft aims to make a much different first impression with Windows 7 than it did with Vista, its oft-maligned predecessor.
Spyware-killing Vista could take out rivals March 17, 2006 Updated OS has tougher tools than ever to fight sneaky programs. Some analysts think that spells trouble for anti-spyware makers. Images: Vista tackles spyware
Microsoft's big bid for Yahoo September 10, 2008 What Yahoo has, Microsoft wants, but Yahoo continues to play hard to get. The two companies still face a formidable foe in Google--and many questions about what they'll do next. Tune in here for th...
Building Microsoft Office 14 March 20, 2009 In the latest update to Office, the biggest changes surrounded the software's look. The next incarnation, code-named Office 14, will have its desktop versions but will join the world of Web applica...
Vista Views: Shadow of another delay July 13, 2006 Readers respond to Bill Gates' comment regarding a 20 percent chance of another Vista delay. Microsoft: EU decision won't hit Vista launch
Hotmail's new address April 26, 2006 An overhaul of the long-neglected Web e-mail is the cornerstone of Microsoft's plan to win fans to its Windows Live services. How's it going?
The end of the Gates era June 16, 2006 Microsoft and Bill Gates have long been nearly synonymous. That's about to change, as he looks to 2008 as the end of his day-to-day involvement.
Gates' big send-off June 24, 2008 As he steps down from full-time work, Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates reflects on almost three decades at the software company he started.
Ballmer zooms from Zune to Vista October 26, 2006 videos Microsoft's CEO visits News.com to talk about the impending media player and Windows launches, and tech changes overall.
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