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Microsoft Office 2010 to reach End of Support in One Year

Every Software reaches its end of Support, and Office 2010 will reach its end of support on October 13th, 2020—One year from now. Microsoft strongly advices that Businesses and Home users should consider upgrading to Office 365 or 2019, whichever […]

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Microsoft will end staff support for these product support forums

Microsoft is readying itself to make some big changes to its product support forums, and several folks could be affected. The plan is to remove technical support for quite a few of its Community support forums, an everything will commence […]

Microsoft to discontinue security support for Windows 10 RTM v1507

Microsoft has announced that they will be discontinuing support for Windows 10 devices that are running on 1507. In case your system is still on 1507 build its time to update by either heading over to Software Download site and […]

Microsoft to end Support for Windows Essentials 2012 in January 2017

Windows Essentials 2012 Suite will reach the end of support by January 10, 2017, says Microsoft. We have been using the applications of Windows Essential Suite, like Live Writer, Movie Maker, Mail etc. for years, but with the end of support, […]


Microsoft to support only Internet Explorer 11 starting January 2016

Starting January 13, 2016 Microsoft will just support the latest version of its flagship browser Internet Explorer, which is version IE 11. The company will end support to older versions ie, IE 10, IE 9, IE 8 and earlier, meaning […]

Microsoft will support Windows 10 till 2025

Microsoft today confirmed that it will continue its traditional 10-year support lifecycle for Windows 10 meaning, the new operating system will be supported till 2025. A lot of discussions, speculations were going on about how long Microsoft will provide free […]

Microsoft to drop Support for older Internet Explorer versions

The latest news that we have from Microsoft, is that is going to kill older versions of Internet Explorer from 2016 onwards. Come January 12, 2016 the company will stop providing support for all outdated IE versions and is going […]

Microsoft launches Top Support Solutions blog

Microsoft has launched a new blog on TechNet called the Top Support Solutions blog. The idea behind launching this blog is to keep all Microsoft communities informed about the most relevant content that address the top questions or issues that […]

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Microsoft launches Office 365 Help Center

Microsoft has introduced Office 365 Help Center. As the name suggests, it is a one stop place where you will find tech support and help information. All your queries and issues are categorically and priority wise arranged in the form […]

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Microsoft extends Windows Vista consumer support till 2017

Microsoft has extended the support for its Windows Vista operating system till April 2017. Earlier mainstream support for this iteration of Windows, was scheduled to expire on 2012, but Microsoft has now decided to offer Extended Support till April 2017. […]

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Hands-on with Microsoft Answer Desk, a Live Paid Tech Support site

Microsoft has without announcing, launched their new Tech Support website Microsoft Answer Desk. While some may see similarities between it and Apples Genius Bar, one has to wonder, whether Microsoft did actually copy Apple. Microsoft has always as far as I […]

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Microsoft to move away from NewsGroups to Forums

Microsoft has a long history of establishing newsgroups that channel users and issues into the newsgroup (NNTP) space where information is shared and problems can be addressed by the community.

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Microsoft updates Service Pack Support Policy

The Microsoft Support Lifecycle (MSL) policy standardizes Microsoft product support policies for Business and Developer products, and for Consumer, Hardware, and Multimedia products.  The Microsoft Support Lifecycle team recently announced important changes to the Service Pack Support policy.  

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Microsoft beats Apple in Customer Satisfaction

Microsoft got a bigger boost in customer satisfaction from its latest computer operating system than rival Apple Inc. did from its most recent upgrade.