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    Support for Windows XP ends

    Today is the last day of Microsoft security support for Windows XP—no more security updates will be released from now on. The security updates Microsoft released today for Windows XP are the...
  2. 5 things we’ve learnt from Build 2014 so far

    Microsoft has spared no time in revealing a host of major changes affecting Windows devices since the company’s annual Build developer’s conference kicked off in San Francisco yesterday.
    Here are...
  3. You can by a special repair kit for PC repair...

    You can by a special repair kit for PC repair from many computer shops. Alternatively, tools from a regular hardware store will do just fine.

    You should get a few different types of screwdrivers...
  4. Microsoft Build 2014 conference begins in San Francisco

    Microsoft’s Build 2014 conference kicks off today at 8.30 am Pacific Time in San Francisco. The company is expected to announce new features and products, including a Siri-style voice assistant for...
  5. Microsoft adds 150 million new entities to Bing

    Microsoft has added an extra 150 million entities to its Bing entity engine the company announced in a blog post today. The Bing entity engine allows the search engine to answer users’ questions...
  6. Critics and analysts react to Office for the iPad

    Critics and analysts have had time to try out Office for the iPad since its launch on Friday, with the response being generally positive.

    Motif Investing's Hardeep Walia showered praise on the...
  7. Microsoft Office finally released for the iPad

    Microsoft today unveiled its long-awaited version of Office for the iPad. Satya Nadella released the product in San Francisco during his first launch event as CEO of the company.

    The new Office...
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    You can download Excel Viewer for free from the...

    You can download Excel Viewer for free from the Microsoft Office downloads site. This lets you view Excel spreadsheets online without having Office installed.

    Alternatively there are many online...
  9. Microsoft becomes first US firm to offer cloud computing in China

    Microsoft has beaten rivals such as Amazon to become the first foreign company to offer cloud computing services in China. The software giant is this week launching its Windows Azure (now rebranded...
  10. Microsoft to make early DOS and Word source code available to the public

    Microsoft today announced that it will make the source code of early versions of Word and MS-DOS publicly available for the first time in history. The code will form part of an exhibition at the...
  11. Microsoft offers $100 discount to tempt XP users to upgrade

    Microsoft has launched yet another incentive to tempt Windows XP users to upgrade to a new Windows 8.1 device. Despite the looming date for the end of support for XP, April 8, Windows XP is still the...
  12. Microsoft revises Hotmail privacy policy after reading blogger’s emails

    Microsoft has revised its privacy policy after admitting it read a blogger’s Hotmail emails during an investigation into Windows 8 leaks.

    From now on Microsoft will need to consult two independent...
  13. Microsoft read private emails in hunt for leaker

    What was so far a good week for Microsoft has ended on a sour note, with the company on Thursday admitting to reading the private emails of a blogger accused of leaking Windows 8 software. This week...
  14. Pirated software costs consumers $25 billion a year, says Microsoft-backed study

    A study published on Tuesday estimates that consumers worldwide will spend $25 billion this year fixing the damage caused by malware-ridden pirated software. The study also estimates that 1.2 billion...
  15. Microsoft stock sees biggest gains since November

    Microsoft shares saw their biggest daily rise since November today, gaining roughly 4% as the stock approached $40 a share. The company’s shares are now reaching heights not seen since July 2000.
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    Office for iPad expected March 27

    Satya Nadella has scheduled his first media event as Microsoft CEO. The event is to be held in San Francisco on March 27th, and is expected to see the company finally reveal a version of Microsoft...
  17. Windows XP still second most popular OS, despite imminent security risks

    Statistics collected this month by StatCounter reveal that Windows XP is still the world’s second most popular operating system, despite the fact that users will face severe security threads when...
  18. Microsoft edges towards a free operating system

    It appears that after months of deliberation Microsoft will finally offer its Windows Phone operating system to some manufacturers for free.

    In a desperate bid to catch up in a market where...
  19. Chinese internet giants Weibo and Alibaba seek US listings

    Weibo and Alibaba are just the latest of the many Chinese internet giants turning to US stock markets for investment. Weibo, a microblogging site akin to Twitter, filed for a US initial public...
  20. Businesses shun Office as Microsoft drags its feet with iPad version

    Microsoft’s key competitive edge is at risk. Rather than wait for the company’s powerful Office suite of applications to be optimised for smartphones and tablets, many businesses are adopting...
  21. DCOUNT() Tutorial Here’s a quick tutorial for...

    DCOUNT() Tutorial

    Here’s a quick tutorial for DCOUNT().

    This function is used in databases to retrieve specific information from a database.

    Here’s an example:
    Imagine we have a large...
  22. No you won’t find the MH370 on our maps, Google tells armchair detectives

    Google has issued a statement telling the thousands of armchair detectives looking for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 on its Maps service that they are wasting their time.

    Several of...
  23. Berners-Lee: We need a bill of rights to protect internet users

    Tim Berners-Lee invented the internet exactly 25 years ago today. Rather than marking the event by celebrating the success of his creation, the British computer scientist has drawn attention to the...
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    Microsoft to offer OneNote for free on Macs

    Microsoft is preparing to launch a free, fully-featured version of OneNote for Apple Mac machines, according to sources speaking to ZDNet.

    OneNote is also likely to become available as a free...
  25. OpenOffice used to be the most popular free...

    OpenOffice used to be the most popular free alternative to Microsoft Office, but recently LibreOffice has become more popular—suggesting that most users prefer it.

    LibreOffice evolved from the...
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