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Explaining a Vista ban March 22, 2007 The National Institute of Standards and Technology has put a moratorium on using Windows Vista, but that's business as usual, says agency's CIO.
Opera reveals version 10 vision July 28, 2006 Hot on the heels of version 9's release, the browser company gives a preview of its plans for the next incarnation.
With IE 7, green means go for legit sites November 13, 2006 The Microsoft browser will soon use a green address bar to indicate that you can trust a Web site--but it will leave some smaller businesses out.
IE 7 gives secure Web sites the green light February 2, 2007 Microsoft has flipped the switch on an IE7 feature that displays Web sites with new security certification in a green address bar.Images: In IE7, green means go
Reversal: Next IE divorced from new Windows February 15, 2005 update Version 7.0 of the browser will launch ahead of the next update to Windows, as Microsoft shifts plans. Is Microsoft reacting to Firefox's popularity?
Week in review: Vista furor October 20, 2006 Microsoft's Vista is still months away from formal release, but the next version of Windows is already raising the hackles of many consumers.
Federal agencies ban Windows Vista March 13, 2007 Concerns about compatibility and other issues move DOT and NIST to prohibit upgrades to Vista, Office 2007 and IE 7, for now anyway.
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