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Ballmer: We take requests

Microsoft customers want better support for non-Windows systems, including Linux and Sun boxes. Redmond aims to please.

Microsoft customers want better support for non-Windows systems, including Linux and Sun boxes. CEO Steve Ballmer says Redmond aims to please.

Ballmer grins and bears Linux--a little

Demos management software that supports non-Windows machines. "Much as that hurts my eyes," he says, "I know that's an important capability."
April 20, 2005

In Apple, Microsoft OSes, search is on

Companies' new operating systems--Tiger and Longhorn--bear a resemblance. But just who copied whom?
April 19, 2005

Microsoft shelves plans for management package

Redmond drops plans to combine several of its management software titles into a single package.
April 19, 2005

Buddying up for business IM

Company cozies up to software rivals to provide ways for employees to send IMs from cell phones and handhelds.
April 18, 2005

Test software ready for real-world use

Microsoft says early versions of Visual Studio 2005 and SQL Server 2005 database are solid enough to run business applications.
April 18, 2005

Microsoft plans massive Windows ad campaign

Advertising campaign will last for 15 months as Microsoft gears up for 20th anniversary of Windows.
April 17, 2005