The BUILD conference in 2011 was first of a kind for Microsoft that saw the whole world get a glimpse of the new Windows OS version, called as Windows 8. Carrying on with this practice, Microsoft just announced BUILD 2013, […]
Microsoft may have unveiled its actual new logo months ago, but that doesn’t mean the software giant didn’t take note of the portfolio of the curious designer – Andrew Kim. The talented designer via his creative work showed how the […]
Microsoft and AT&T are joining 400 donors to hold the festivities to mark President Barack Obama’s second inauguration event. The total amount raised so far is although not yet revealed by the committee of Obama supporters but the list of […]
‘Watch, pause, and record live TV. Enjoy online entertainment and do it all from your living-room couch! That’s what the description for Windows Media Center reads as. But of late, quite a few users have been reporting the issue with […]
Steven Sinofsky, the former president of Microsoft’s Windows division, is yet again in the news. Very recently he had made an announcement via his Twitter account that he will be launching his new personal blog and today he finally launched it. His […]
This New Year certainly did ring good news for Microsoft to ensure the cash registers keep flowing as the US Department of Defense signed a new software contract with Microsoft worth $617 million for a period of three years. The […]
First of all A Happy New Year to you from all of us at TheWindowsClub. And the news is that Microsoft has wished its Partners a Happy New Year. but this time in a new and innovative way – in Live Tile format. On […]
Year 2012 was a significant year for Microsoft. The company not only released its latest OS for Windows-based PCs and Windows Phones (Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8) with a new logo but also introduced to the world its first-ever […]
A noted security researcher who was 5 years ago a part of an elite hacker group at Microsoft has been hired by its rival – Apple! Kristin Paget who helped Microsoft save and secure its Vista OS has been hired […]
A nuclear invasion on the moon? Yes, you heard it right! If the U.S.A went ahead with its plan during the Cold War with Russia, there would have been significant bits and pieces of the moon floating in the space […]
Now that Black Friday and Cyber Monday is over, there is a new day that you need to know about – and that’s Giving Tuesday! Around 1,000 organizations, businesses and charities in the U.S. have come together to promote the […]
This news has just broken…..Steven Sinofsky, the champion face we have been seeing on various Microsoft events including the Surface launch has left Microsoft! This is what the official Press release says: Microsoft Corp. today announced that Windows and Windows Live President […]
Microsoft has unveiled a new logo for the company. The logo has two components: the logotype and the symbol. For the logotype, Microsoft is using the Segoe font. The symbol’s squares of color are intended to express the company’s diverse […]
A recent study from the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project confirms many of us go online for no reason. The phone survey conducted from in July-August among 2,260 American adults, found that on any given day, 53% […]
He came. He saw. He conquered. That’s what Steven Sinofsky did during BUILD. Steven has been, of late, one of the most influential figures from Microsoft, especially when the talk corners to Windows 8. Never in the history did a […]
Agnitum, developers of Outpost Pro and Outpost Free security product lines, has announced that the company’s free competitive upgrade program, originally launched in late July for security suites, is valid for 20 more days until September 30, 2011 and now […]
It was around 9pm here. I was comfortably placed in my bed about to doze off when it struck me that the Microsoft Worldwide Partners Conference 2011 had just started. And boy, I was too lazy to get up, switch on my […]
Microsoft has always been a company with an upper hand over its peers and in fact always attracted the best talent around the world. Microsoft has its presence in hardware, software and services space that makes it the most sought […]
Probably tired with everyone shouting out aloud when they found a security problem in Microsoft software, Microsoft has decided to turn the tables. They have announced their Coordinated Vulnerability Disclosure Policy for non-Microsoft software.
India erupted in joy, as India defeated Sri Lanka to win the Cricket World Cup 2011. A the same time, more than 7000 miles away, a huge roar was also heard inside Microsoft’s building 121, which houses a cafeteria.
I am pleased to inform you that we have launched a new website The Geeks Club. The website will cover all news, developments, reviews, tips, hacks, apps, developments about Android phones and operating system, iPhone and the iOS operating system, […]
The latest to leave Microsoft, Microsoft Windows Vice President Brad Brooks marks the third high profile employee to announce their departure from Microsoft this year. With us, only 20 days into the new year does this mean bad for Microsoft?
Cool & Innovative are the two words that describe the Microsoft technologies that hit the Indian market in 2010. Be it Realtime search or bringing Microsoft Office to consumers through cloud computing, gaming without any controllers or web cameras that […]
There was a time when TGDaily gave balanced views about technologies. But now all that seems to have been changed! TGDaily, a tech site apparently has a new staff writer that has been going off about Microsoft in a very […]