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Vista deadline, EU fine hang over Microsoft

As regulators hit Redmond with whopping bill, panel mulls hints about ever-slippery launch date.

As Microsoft takes in the news of another big fine from the EU,'s Vista panel chews over Bill Gates' hints about the operating system's slippery launch date.

Vista and the shadow of another delay

special feature Readers respond to Bill Gates' comment regarding a 20 percent chance of another Vista delay.
July 13, 2006

Exec: Vista launch unaffected by EU fine

Software maker still committed to existing plan for wide general release by January, says company official.
July 13, 2006

Antitrust angst for Microsoft

special coverage EU slaps Microsoft with $357 million fine in their ongoing antitrust battle.
July 12, 2006

EU: 'No alternative' to Microsoft fine

newsmaker Wielding a $357 million charge, antitrust chief Neelie Kroes expects full compliance. And she's keeping an eye on Vista.
July 12, 2006

Microsoft extends lifeline for older PCs

Software is designed as stopgap measure for firms with lots of older Windows PCs they aren't ready to replace.
July 12, 2006

blog It's up to the beta testers, Microsoft's chairman says. But he's counting on that 80 percent alternative.
July 11, 2006

Microsoft plans 'Live' CRM service

New hosted CRM service set to debut next year will be the company's third service under the Live banner.
July 11, 2006

Say good-bye to Windows 98 support

Microsoft will no longer issue security updates or provide support for Windows 98, Windows ME.
July 11, 2006

Streamlining comes to ERP prices

Microsoft unveils per-user prices for applications, reflecting desire to drop complex pricing for corporate software.
July 11, 2006

Microsoft hands out 'private' folders

Free software lets people store sensitive data on their home or work computers in a password-protected folder.
July 10, 2006