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New milestones for Windows

With Vista now into its second year, CEO Steve Ballmer says Microsoft is "turning the corner" in its enterprise efforts.

With Vista now into its second year, CEO Steve Ballmer says Microsoft is "turning the corner" in its enterprise efforts.

Vista SP1, Windows Server 2008 finalized

Both products have been "released to manufacturing," Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer announces. Server 2008 will formally launch on February 27.
February 4, 2008

Microsoft plans new Windows Live, Live search releases

Details emerge in an employee Webcast on the Yahoo bid--just one of many product tidbits likely to slip out via regulatory filings linked to the offer.
February 4, 2008

Ballmer: More marketing of Windows needed

Microsoft CEO also alludes to work on Windows 7, but remains tight-lipped on what Microsoft has in store there.
February 4, 2008

How popular is Vista?

CNET Blog Network contributor Michael Horowitz has said he thinks XP is the better choice for Windows users. Apparently, a lot of people agree with him.
February 2, 2008

Microsoft doesn't recommend creating Vista 'Lite'

Not surprisingly, company advises against using vLite, or other tools that make changes to which components of the OS are installed.
January 30, 2008

Making sense of Vista's first year

News.com's Ina Fried looks at several factors to try to gauge Vista's impact. One of the most striking? How few Vista-specific programs there are.
January 30, 2008

Looking back at Vista since Microsoft first released the consumer version of the latest Windows operating system.
January 30, 2008

Windows watch starts to point to 7

Speculation is mounting over what will be in the next version of Windows and when the update will take place.
January 22, 2008