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Software shifts for Microsoft

As a new year begins, the titan of Redmond is tinkering away at applications from years gone by.

As a new year begins, the titan of Redmond is tinkering away at applications from years gone by.

Microsoft to issue two security bulletins next Tuesday

One, deemed critical, will address remote code execution in Vista and older versions of Windows. Also, a malware tool gets updated.
January 4, 2008

Developers taking their work home with them

How Microsoft workers enjoy their own technology is often vastly different than how ordinary consumers do.
January 4, 2008

Microsoft adapts Outlook for photographers

A free plug-in lets photographers create sorted lists of necessary gear for photo shoots. Plus, Microsoft makes it easier to find raw image codecs.
January 3, 2008

Is MSN Premium a rip-off?

Enthusiast site notes that nearly everything in Microsoft's $10-per-month MSN Premium is available for free via Windows or Windows Live.
January 3, 2008

Latest service pack for productivity suite renders older file formats--including those for Word, Excel, PowerPoint--inaccessible.
January 3, 2008

review The revamped Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Entourage offer expanded tools for image-conscious users and businesses.
January 2, 2008

Company finally gets Vista out the door. It also spends a bundle on acquisitions and looks ahead to the "computing cloud."
December 19, 2007