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2 hrs ago | ITworld
In today's open source roundup: Lubuntu could be the best replacement for Windows XP.
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3 hrs ago | Windows IT Pro
How many times have you heard the phrase "death comes in threes"? I've heard it all my life, and for some odd reason it seems to hold true.
5 hrs ago | Southland Times
Businesses could lose access to files such as PowerPoint presentations, Word documents and emails after they are forced off Microsoft Office 2003, an expert has warned.
10 hrs ago | Digital Trends
The final countdown for the end of Microsoft's support for the aged operating system that is.
12 hrs ago | I-Newswire.com
Microsoft Windows 8 Boot Camp was conducted on 21st Feb 2014 in MVJCE campus. The Boot Camp was organised by Microsoft and MVJCE.
Windows 8 runs on computers for sale. With Microsoft ending support for Windows XP, many users will need to upgrade to a newer operating system - and maybe newer hardware, too.
Utility operators will face new security challenges once Microsoft Corp. ends support for the Windows XP operating system next month.
A relatively light Patch Tuesday for March with the most important of the critical updates addressing the Zero-Day vulnerability in Internet Explorer .
Sullivan says it's a standard industry practice to retire operating systems in the constantly evolving tech world.
It's been a busy week for Microsoft -- and not necessarily for the reasons the company might have expected.
March 28, 1958. Khruschev shuffles government. House Appropriations votes to give Ike authority to spend 1959 budget in 1958.
I like it. I like it at work. I like it in relationships. I often create it, although now that I'm older and wiser, only in my head.
Banks caught in a major transition to embedded chip cards are sticking with XP and uninterested in upgrading to Windows 8 The vast majority of bank ATMs around the world currently run on Windows XP.
In 2001, Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates and Windows Vice President Jim Allchin introduced the XP operating system, now several generations old.
Microsoft has launched a new website to "tell the untold story" of something it believes changed the history of Windows security and indeed Microsoft itself - the Software Development Lifecycle or plain 'SDL' for short.
A community project called Android-x86 seeks to extend the useful lives of Windows XP computers, but the particulars remain unclear, writes Patrick Marshall.