Microsoft fixes issue of un-bootable Windows XP machines

Recent definition updates for Microsoft Security Essentials caused some Windows XP machines to not boot. This issue has now been fixed by Microsoft. Microsoft Security Essentials made Windows XP machines un-bootable Microsoft has released its Antimalware Engine 1.1.10502.0 to all [...]

Microsoft Research’s WorldWide Telescope brings Astronomy to Life for Children in Asia


Microsoft Research’s WorldWide Telescope enables space enthusiasts to explore the universe right from their computer. The tool turns users’ computer machine virtually into a telescope, helping them bring imagery from many of the world’s best ground- and space-based telescopes. It [...]

Mozilla launches WebMaker


Mozilla Foundation has launched Webmaker, a project dedicated to help you create amazing web applications and more. WebMaker is a place for all creative persons whereby the selective group of individuals can come up with something amazing on the web. Besides [...]

Troubleshooter updated to fix Windows 8.1 Update 10×80070002, 0×80070003 errors

Microsoft appears to have updated Windows Update Troubleshooter to fix Windows 8.1 Update 0×80070002 and 0×80070003 errors in Windows 8.1.  Yesterday, Microsoft updated its Knowledge Base article to explain that Windows Update may still again offer you the Windows 8.1 Update [...] unveils Personalized Cards on Bing home page


Bing has unveiled a set of Personalized Cards on the Bing Home page. The cards which you see at bottom of Bing Home Page show news of various topics and can be personalized according to your interests. This new Bing [...]

Microsoft releases Windows Phone 8.1 Preview for developers

Windows Phone 8.1

Finally, the wait is over! Microsoft has launched Windows Phone 8.1 Preview for developers.With the Windows Phone 8.1 now available for registered developers it is really interesting to take a look at the new operating system which many of us [...]

The story behind the Windows XP Bliss wallpaper


Microsoft disconnected its support to its most used OS, Windows XP on April 8th, 2014. Microsoft therefore decided to bid a farewell to this OS in an innovative (and touching as well) way. They decided to publish the story behind [...]

custom-domains stops support for new custom domain sign ups


Microsoft launches Escape from XP game

Windows Xp

Google wants Windows XP users to switch to Chromebook

Windows Image

Windows 8.1 to get the Start Menu and more, soon!

Bing Knowledge Widget

Bing Knowledge Widget for webmasters released


Windows Phone 8.1 introduces cool new features

Microsoft SQL Server 2014 now Available for Deployment

Office for iPad

Microsoft Office apps, now available for your iPad


MS-DOS and Word for Windows code goes Open Source


Windows Azure to be renamed as Microsoft Azure