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by admin 15 years ago

Microsoft hit by virus

And for once it’s not a computer one Health officials in Washington State have issued a warning of a virus outbreak on the Microsoft campus at Redmond, but it’s the creation of nature rather than a hacker. The alert is for a...

by admin 15 years ago

DrvCareVista 5.3

A systematic way to maintain your hard drives. Features • Cleans unwanted files • Defrags drives • Scans drives for integrity • Check for viruses • Checks for bad uninstalls • Schedule it to run...

by admin 15 years ago

Google aims for Web developers' hearts and minds

Google is taking a page from Microsoft’s well-worn playbook for tech industry domination: Rather than just rolling out new products and features, the search giant is trying to win the hearts and minds of Web developers. Earlier this...

by admin 15 years ago

Microsoft MSN offers scam site detector

Aiming to step up its battle against malicious Web sites, Microsoft said Wednesday that its MSN unit will offer a browser add-in that will help identify both known scam sites as well as those that appear suspicious. Microsoft is already...

by admin 15 years ago

Gmail open to all

All those living in the US that is Gmail, the free email service run by Google, has officially moved beyond beta stage and is open to anyone in the US. The service had been available only to those invited to join, but now the service is...

by admin 15 years ago

IBM debuts dual core Intel workstation

Big Blue combines Intel workstation and server teams IBM today lifted the lid off its latest top-of-the-range Intel-based workstation, the IntelliStation M Pro 6218, which the company said has been built using the same quality assurance...

by admin 15 years ago

Minimo 0.008 for Windows CE Released

Minimo developer Doug Turner has announced that Minimo 0.008 is now available for Windows CE devices. Amongst other changes, this latest version of the mobile browser adds support for SSL (allowing connections to secure sites), a spatial...

by admin 15 years ago

Vista's answer to PC power woes

When it comes to power management on most electronic devices, things are pretty simple. There’s “off,” and then there’s “on.” But computers, particularly those running Windows, have always been more...

by admin 15 years ago

Update for Windows XP (KB886540)

Installation of the Media Pack will ensure that software programs and Web sites that rely on Windows files not included in Windows XP Home Edition N or Windows XP Professional N will work properly. After you install this update, you may...

by admin 15 years ago

IM worm speaks your language

A new MSN Messenger worm often talks to people in their own tongue as it hunts for new victims, security experts have warned. The worm, dubbed Kelvir.HI, tailors the language of its attack message to the compromised system, said David...

by admin 15 years ago

Internet Explorer turns 10

The first Microsoft product I ever shipped, Windows 95, launched 10 years ago today. Around the same time we also launched Internet Explorer 1.0 (thought with considerably less fanfare), which quickly gave way to IE 2.0 (which shipped with...

by admin 15 years ago

Skype opens up to developers

Internet telephony firm Skype is opening up its technology to third party developers. The move means coders will be able to integrate Skype’s presence and instant messaging services into their website or applications. In opening up...