Microsoft Office 2010 Realease On 12 May

Microsoft will officially launch Office 2010 to businesses at an event slated for May 12, the company announced today. Enterprises with volume license agreements will be able to obtain the finished product that same day, Microsoft added. Office 2010 is set to go on general sale to consumers and business without licensing deals sometime in… Continue Reading …

Microsoft Launches Blog In The Cloud

If you are interested in new technology as I am, then you might want to keep an eye on the new Blog that Microsoft launched in ‘the cloud’. The Dynamic Data Center Toolkit for Hosters (DDTK-H), is end-to-end prescriptive guidance for creating managed services and partner hosted Cloud offerings, using the virtualization infrastructure of Windows… Continue Reading …

Price Drop for Students buying Windows 7 Home and Professional

Okay, so I have had more important priorities than blogging, but I rushed home today to post this Limited Offer which ‘a reliable source’ informed of yesterday. College and University Students will be able to get Windows 7 Home Premium or Professional for £30 or $30 ONLY! You will need to provide a genuine .EDU… Continue Reading …

Latest Windows 7 Release Candidate (RC) test build XP MODE

Today, Windows 7 Release Candidate (RC) test build XP MODE ADD-ON is available for download from Microsoft. The final version will be available in late October for Windows 7 Professional, Enterprise and Ultimate versions only. I am personally looking forward to this because of XP’s better reputation compared to Vista, which means that when I… Continue Reading …

Yahoo Got Binged By Microsoft

Yesterday I was wondering who got the better deal and according to Techcrunch, you need only look at the stock movements of Yahoo and Microsoft. Yahoo dipped 12.08% to $15.14, knocking $2.91 billion off their market cap. Microsoft gained 1.41% to $23.80, adding…$2.94 billion to their market cap. So net/net about $30 million in new… Continue Reading …