- News tagged "microsoft"
Friday, 12 Oct 2012
Two weeks to the October 26 launch of Windows 8, and we finally have pricing and packaging confirmation from Microsoft. The Windows 8 Pro upgrade DVD costs US$69.99, and an online upgrade costs US$39.99.
In a blog post today, Microsoft announced that the company’s latest version of the Office productivity software suite has reached the Release to Manufacturing stage, and is slated for release in the first quarter of 2013.
Thursday, 11 Oct 2012
The Microsoft Cloud Security Readiness Tool helps organizations better understand and improve their current IT state, identify relevant industry regulations, and evaluate whether cloud adoption will meet their business needs.
If you're running the RTM version of Windows 8, remember to check the Windows Store for updates to the built-in apps. The Redmond giant will continue to issue updates all the way to the OS' October 26 public launch.
Wednesday, 10 Oct 2012
A study conducted by security software company Sophos has shown that Microsoft's search engine Bing is more likely to show results related to spam or malware infected websites than any other search engine.
Thursday, 4 Oct 2012
Microsoft's co-founder, Paul Allen, describes various elements of Windows 8 as "puzzling" as the company readies itself for the launch of the new operating system in late October.
Tuesday, 2 Oct 2012
Today, Samsung revealed an extensive range of Windows 8 consumer devices that include an All-in-One PC, a touchscreen notebook, and two touchscreen convertible tablets.
Thursday, 27 Sep 2012
Here's a quick guide to Windows 8 Release Preview gestures.
Friday, 21 Sep 2012
You will be able to get the new Office via two main ways - a subscription or a one-time purchase. Subscriptions to Office 365 include all Office applications, additional services product upgrades as soon as they are available, and access to Office on up to five PCs or Macs, along with streamed access to full-featured Office applications on any PC.
Wednesday, 19 Sep 2012
Microsoft releases a temporary software fix for a newly discovered vulnerability in its Internet Explorer web browser, which attackers can exploit by installing the Poison Ivy trojan.