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
Only some hours after announcing that Google Chrome would leave the beta state soon, Google has updated their browser to version 126.96.36.199. Many OEM and manufacturer partners have been awaiting that step as bundling the browser with new PCs is only possible with a non-beta browser. But check yourself: http://chrome.google.com/
As you see already in my previous posts, Windows Live Wave 3 is rolling out. Now we get the official announcement that it happens… Today we’ve started releasing the first set of updates to our web services, and these will continue to roll out globally over the next 24 hours
As various hints indicate, the phase 3 of the Windows Live Services Wave 3 update will start between December 5th and December 12th, 2008. Update: Numerous sources confirm that the Web Services (not the Clients) will roll out from December 1st until December 8th, 2008. What does this Wave 3
The IE8 team has announced details on the future of Windows Internet Explorer 8. After the Beta 2 was released on August 27, 2008, the team is preparing for another pre-release version, also known as Release Candidate, of IE8. We will release one more public update of IE8 in the
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
Long awaited, often asked for: the public beta of Messenger Plus! Live 4.79, introducing complete compatibility with the newest Windows Live Messenger 2009 beta. What is new/changed?