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Promises real-world measurements.
As Office 365 bows to MFA outage.
A preview no longer.
Code execution flaw in RTF support.
New engine for massive spreadsheets.
Workaround needed for Office, Vista users.
Fingers pointed at five broken patches.
It's a mixed bag for the Intel-powered tablet.
Microsoft has confirmed it is to rename the Metro UI, following rumours of a copyright claim.
Cloud gaming company OnLive is branching out into the professional realm with OnLive Desktop.
Microsoft has announced that a "limited functionality" version of Office 2010 will be available pre-loaded on OEM PCs, supported by an advertising framework.
Adobe has launched an experimental version of its Acrobat.com Presentations package - a web-based tool for creating PowerPoint-style slideshows.
Microsoft Office 14 is due to ship in both 32-bit and 64-bit editions, according to a code snipped discovered in the 32-bit beta release by tester Ed Bott.
The next version of Microsoft's office suite, version 14, has been officially pushed back to next year - possibly to coincide with the launch of Windows 7.
Microsoft has released a brace of patches in this month's update, including fixes for four Critical issues in Internet Explorer and Exchange Server.
Microsoft will soon be announcing a version of XP for emerging nations at a price of just £1.50.
Feeling the pressure to upgrade your copy of Microsoft Cheese, Port and Cigar Server to version 16? Don't give in just yet!
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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