According to a Press release, the EU Commission approved Microsoft’s proposal to facilitate downloading alternative browsers in a Ballot Screen. Today, the Brussels Commission affirmed the Software Giant’s pledges to be mandatory and thus reconciled a cartel proceeding.
The free anti-virus program by Microsoft, Security Essentials, is now available in 17 additional countries, including India.
Yahoo! and Microsoft finally settled an agreement on co-operating with Search and Advertising services, originally announced in July. The co-operation “can occur in early 2010,” read a consequent statement.
Over the past one and a half years, Microsoft has engaged in social media. This has helped to get in touch with us as customers and created a positive buzz around Windows and Windows Live. Social communities like Twitter, Facebook and YouTube play an important role in this.
When I opened my mail this morning, I found a message pretending to be from Microsoft. It offered me to install a Critical Update for Microsoft Outlook / Outlook Express (KB910721), and also sent the download link.
I just received the following e-mail from Connect: “The Beta release of Office 2010 marks the end of the Technical Preview program.”
You can use Windows Live Sync to synchronize folders with multiple computers. The Sync team has released an update that fixes a compatibility problem with Windows EasyTransfer.
Windows 7 is generally available since yesterday. Never have the expectations for a new operating system been as high as this time, as we as end users have never been integrated into finding ideas for a new Windows, like we have this time. On top of that, Windows Vista has moved to the storage siding and is called a big flop by some people. Surely expectations climb up then – can Windows 7 embrace them?
“Windows Live Personalised Experience”—this is what Wikipedia calls my.live.com, the successor of start.com. This service allowed you to put together your own home page with gadgets and other stuff to get you a home on the Web. Much like iGoogle, to be honest. Frozen project, it seems. Dead project? Let’s
Microsoft Singapore have recently released their web-based Messenger, built on top of the Messenger Library. You don’t need to install anything, as messaging works out-of-the-box. Check it out for free: http://webim.live.sg/ What do you think?