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Microsoft has just announced they’ve finally finished migrating every Hotmail user over to the new Outlook.com service, leaving them with more than 400 million active accounts.
Microsoft services Hotmail, Outlook and SkyDrive experienced some service disruptions and outages yesterday, leaving many customers without access to their accounts. Nearly four hours after users began Tweeting about these disruptions Microsoft acknowledged the incident on their Service Status page.
College isn’t cheap, but on Monday Microsoft offered some news that could help students just a bit. The Redmond, Washington-based software giant announced that college students could test out its new Office 365 University for three months for free.
Microsoft announced its browser-based Outlook e-mail service will now be available globally. The new web-based Outlook.com is being touted as the boldest email move since Google launched Gmail back in 2004.
PolicyPak recently released a Pak to make managing the chat application easier than ever. (PRWEB) January 20, 2013 PolicyPak Software, a leader in desktop
The pre-configured Pak offers a way for admins to dictate settings in the popular media player. (PRWEB) January 18, 2013 PolicyPak Software recently
Kdan Mobile, a leading software developer, has released NoteLedge for Windows 8 to reach a wider audience in the Windows market.
mSecure for Windows 8/RT is a free download with unlimited access to all basic password management functions. Portland, OR (PRWEB) December 12, 2012
Microsoft on Tuesday confirmed recent rumors that it would retire its Windows Live Messenger and migrate nearly all of its users to Skype.