March 22, 2006
Business customers will still get the OS late this year
Written by Elizabeth Montalbano
MARCH 21, 2006 (IDG NEWS SERVICE) – The broad availability of Microsoft Corp.’s Windows Vista client operating system has been pushed back to next year, Jim Allchin, co-president of the company’s platform and services division, announced today.
March 20, 2006
Written by Jason Snell
Yesterday (March 16, 2006) was a milestone day for the Mac. A pair of enterprising hackers got Windows XP to boot on an Intel-based Mac, and won almost $14,000 for their troubles.
March 9, 2006
Written by Ina Fried
SAN FRANCISCO–Hoping your Intel Mac will easily run Windows Vista?
Don’t bet on it, one Apple Computer engineer said Thursday.
March 6, 2006
Written by Michael Kanellos
It looks like the world isn’t clamoring for 64-bit desktops just yet.
Nearly two and a half years have passed since 64-bit processors started going into PCs. But the software to take full advantage of these chips remains scarce, and customers aren’t buying much of what’s out there. The 64-bit chips provide greater performance than their older 32-bit counterparts, but that’s because of speed upgrades and other architectural enhancements.
March 2, 2006
Written by Jason Cross
There’s a lot of confusion about Windows Vista these days. Many online discussion forums have a great number of users who express no desire to upgrade to Vista.
March 1, 2006
Written by Nate Mook
In the two years since it began as a senior project, Paint.NET has surged in popularity around the world and its developers continue the open source work from their new jobs at Microsoft. BetaNews sat down with project lead Rick Brewster to gain insight into Paint.NET, which he calls “Photoshop for everyone.”
February 3, 2006
Written by Munir Kotadia
The Kama Sutra worm, designed to begin deleting files on infected computers this morning, has caused virtually no damage, according to antivirus firms.
January 24, 2006
Source: ZDNetWritten by Martin LaMonica
Microsoft on Tuesday released early versions of a new line of tools meant to lure illustrators and designers closer to Redmond’s world.