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Windows 7 to have a Windows XP mode.

Microsoft plans to release a new feature called Windows XP Mode for users of its business versions of Windows 7 that will include a fully licensed copy of Windows XP SP3 running in a virtual machine.

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Microsoft’s income falls by 32%.

Microsoft announced today that its quarterly revenue and earnings per share dropped in the quarter ending March 31st. It’s the first time in Microsoft’s history that their sales have actually fallen.

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Microsoft pubCenter enters public beta.

Microsoft pubCenter, an ad publishing tool like Google Adsense,  from Microsoft Advertising, goes into public beta today, April 22. The Microsoft pubCenterBeta offers you the chance to include advertising from one of the leading online advertising networks on your web […]

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Enjoy Windows 7 Snacks in Silverlight Snack Player.

Learning Snacks are short, interactive presentations about popular topics created by Microsoft Learning experts. Each Snack is delivered by using Microsoft Silverlight technology and includes various media, such as animations and recorded demos.

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DAISY & Microsoft announce release of Save as DAISY.

The DAISY Consortium and Microsoft Corporation announced the latest release of Save as DAISY, a free, open source add-in for Microsoft Office Word. With the integration of DAISY Pipeline Lite, Save as DAISY add-in Version 2 produces a full DAISY […]

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Check application compatibility issues before deploying Windows 7.

The Microsoft Application Compatibility Toolkit (ACT) version 5.5 contains the necessary tools and documentation to evaluate and mitigate application compatibility issues before deploying Windows 7, Windows Vista®, a Windows Update, or a new version of Windows® Internet Explorer® in your […]

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Goodbye Ms Dewey.

Remember MsDewey.com ? Microsofts sexy  search engine? Well it has gone offline!