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Microsoft could unveil a vision for the future of Windows at the BUILD developer conference scheduled for April of this year. The Redmond, Washington-based software giant is expected to unveil “Threshold,” the codename for a still year-off release that could eventually be Windows 9.
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After years of complaints about Microsoft’s internet browser never getting updated, the software giant from Redmond has announced that Internet Explorer (IE) will be quietly updated via auto-updates.
REDMOND, Wash., April 1 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- There is a sense of relief when a cruel joke is quickly followed by a wisecracking "April Fools!" But when consumers fall victim to software piracy, you can be sure a pirate won't relieve their misery with humor.
REDMOND, Wash., Dec. 3 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Microsoft Corp. today announced a surge of voluntary reports -- more than 150,000 in the past two years -- from people who unknowingly purchased counterfeit software that was often riddled with viruses or malware.
Microsoft Corp announced on Thursday that the cost of its new Windows 7 operating system will be 8 percent less than Vista, and that those who purchase a PC before the new system hits stores in October will be offered a free upgrade.
Microsoft and authorities of the Chinese city of Hangzhou announced a partnership on Friday that the software giant hopes other cities will take note of.
Cybercriminals have already begun dealing out booby-trapped adaptations of the recently launched Windows 7 operating system software, Microsoft said in a report on Thursday.
Six and a half years behind bars - That is what a Chinese counterfeiting gang that sold at least $2 billion worth of bogus Microsoft Corp. software will spend for their illegal actions.
REDMOND, Wash., Dec. 31 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- The Futian People's Court in Shenzhen, China, handed down sentences to 11 ringleaders of the world's largest software counterfeiting syndicate today.
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