It seems that Microsoft is going to make the first and probably only Release Candidate of Windows 7 available soon to testers. Our sources confirmed that the first RC builds have been compiled. According to information Winfuture.de got from Microsoft-near sources, the so-called “Escrow phase” for RC1 has been started
In its issue of January 29, 2009, The Guardian has published a controversial, even critical essay on Patchou, the creator of Messenger Plus!. I found it worth reading, however decide yourself. The adware altercation Software developer Patchou provokes fierce opinions in cyberspace. His army of fans think he’s a genius;
Windows Live Hotmail is rolling out a new build, including POP and SMTP access from any mail client (including iPhone). Hotmail has been supporting POP and SMTP for Hotmail Plus users for a while, but the demand for a general availablility of Hotmail POP access has been high, especially with
Nach einigen Verzögerungen in der Auslieferung hat das Windows Live-Team nun die öffentlichen Downloads aktualisiert, und der Release Candidate der Windows Live Essentials-Suite ist nun zum kostenlosen Herunterladen verfügbar. Die Windows Live Essentials beinhalten Windows Live Mail 2009 RC, Windows Live Messenger 2009 RC, Windows Live Photo Library 2009 RC,
After some delay in shipping, the Windows Live team has now updated the public downloads and the Release Candidate of the Windows Live Essentials Suite is now available for free download. The Windows Live Essentials include Windows Live Mail 2009 RC, Windows Live Messenger 2009 RC, Windows Live Photo Library
Microsoft has announced details on the future, the new, Windows Live, and I am bringing them to you like I promised. Over the coming weeks, the next generation of Windows Live will become available at www.windowslive.com. The new Windows Live experience is enhanced by Microsoft partners with feeds from third-party
Since the roll-out of the new Windows Live Hotmail, there has been an enormous reaction of the users, mostly negative, as we see on the amount of comments to various blog posts on Windows Live Wire. Finally, it seems as if Microsoft was listening to their users and working on
Everywhere people are wondering when Microsoft will release the final versions of Windows Live Messenger 2009 and the other products of the Windows Live Wave 3 suite. Just to make it clear: we’re talking about the client software programs, not the web services already rolling out at this very moment.