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February, 2010


February 23, 2010  8:54 PM

Windows Phone 7 Unveiled

Posted by: Tony Bradley
Android, iPhone, smartphone, Windows Mobile, Windows Phone 7

Its only about a year or so behind schedule (or is it two years now?), but at the Mobile World Conference in Barcelona Microsoft finally revealed the reinvention of Windows Mobile,

February 14, 2010  10:19 PM

One-Third of Pirated Windows 7 Contains Malware

Posted by: Tony Bradley
activation exploit, counterfeit, malware, Microsoft, pirate, update, Windows 7

Microsoft has developed an update for Windows 7 designed to detect more than 70 known activation exploits and attempt to identify counterfeit copies of Windows...

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February 14, 2010  9:58 PM

February Patch Tuesday Nearly Record-Setting

Posted by: Tony Bradley
Flaw, Microsoft, Patch, Patch Tuesday, security, security bulletins, update, Vulnerability

There are some records that are good to achieve--most copies of Windows sold in a month, or most profitable quarter in company history, etc. Then, there are less desirable records, like say....the highest number of security bulletins, or the most vulnerabilities patched in a single Patch...

February 14, 2010  9:50 PM

Microsoft Denies Windows 7 Battery Issues

Posted by: Tony Bradley
battery life, Microsoft, power management, Windows 7

Following a spike in online reports that a growing number of Windows 7 users were reporting issues with battery life--either the actual life of the battery, or at...

February 6, 2010  9:03 AM

From the Trenches: Deploying Windows 7

Posted by: Tony Bradley
deployment, enterprise, hardware refresh, upgrade, Windows 7, Wipro

Microsoft has seemingly endless resources and references explaining the features of Windows 7 and the potential benefits of the new operating system. It also has hours of podcasts, screencasts, video, and other multimedia presentations and tutorials on Windows 7. Microsoft has also developed tools...

February 2, 2010  8:54 AM

Still Running Windows 7 RC? Not For Long

Posted by: Tony Bradley
automatic reboot, expiration, RC, release candidate, warning, Windows 7

Time's up. Microsoft appreciates all who installed the Release Candidate (RC) version of Windows 7 to help identify and resolve any issues prior to the general availability of the official Windows 7 operating system, but


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