Microsoft’s labs have developed a concept for using easy to remember passwords without making your account a target for possible web attackers.
The publication of internal Microsoft documents meant for hardware partners to get an overview about the Windows 8 plannings has consequences.
After the Windows Live team blog has been shut down recently, the next blog has to go: MessengerSays is retiring as well.
Soon, Microsoft is ending support for Windows XP Service Pack 2 and Windows Vista RTM (without Service Pack). It is recommended to upgrade corresponding systems.
Microsoft has ended the “I’m making a difference” initiative. Users of Windows Live Messenger and Hotmail could collect money for help organizations by simply using the services.
You are an avid user of Bing and love its daily background images? Microsoft has published a new screensaver with a collection of these images.
Microsoft is going to close its activities in the usenet. Users are called to switch from newsgroups to the company’s forums.
Today, Microsoft has settled a lawsuit with a Hongkong-based spammer out of court. The company Funmobile had sent its advertisement messages to Windows Live Messenger users.
In difficult times, the annual computer trade fair CeBIT (2–6 March 2010) has successfully accomplished a turnaround and opened for new topics again, according to Achim Berg, Microsoft Germany CEO and Vice President of BITKOM.
According to an agreement with the European Commission, Microsoft will give all Windows users in Europe the possibility to choose their favorite browser. From 17 March onwards, an update is delivered showing a ballott screen listing a number of browsers. On an exclusively created website, Microsoft presents all browsers installable for European Windows users. Even exotic browsers have managed to get on the list.