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  1. What’s New At Talking About Windows?
  2. Office 2010 Beta Hits a Milestone!
  3. Minimizing the Ribbon: Exposed
  4. Microsoft and consumers - taking action against global software piracy
  5. Saks Fifth Avenue Holidays “Windows” and Holiday Themes for Windows 7
  6. Microsoft wants your Windows 7 tips & tricks
  7. Pirates offer Windows 7 on USB sticks
  8. Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 deployment webcast available on demand
  9. Developing with the Windows API Code Pack for Microsoft .NET Framework
  10. Safer Online Shopping with Internet Explorer 8
  11. Microsoft says B(lack)SODs not linked to latest patches
  12. Microsoft to switch internal focus to Windows 8 in July 2010
  13. Latest Microsoft patches cause black screen of death
  14. Microsoft plans to release Office 2010 in June 2010
  15. Power Pack 3 instructions for users running pre-release versions
  16. Centralize and share your digital content with Windows Home Server
  17. IE8 SmartScreen in action
  18. Collaboration Without Compromise
  19. Try Your Hand At A Home Server Haiku (ie. A contest ;-)
  20. Google Chrome Frame patches Microsoft-reported security bug
  21. Mobility in Office 2010
  22. The Windows Platform, Silverlight 4, and Facebook
  23. Fishbowl for Facebook Using the Windows 7 Taskbar for Extra Spice
  24. Open XML: One Year In
  25. Windows Home Server Power Pack 3 available November 24th includes enhancements for Wi
  26. New Windows API Code Pack Version
  27. Business Deployment of the Office Web Apps
  28. An Early Look At IE9 for Developers
  29. Office 2010 beta now available
  30. Windows 7 Delivers Next-Generation Audio
  31. Adobe Releases Flash Player 10.1 And AIR 2.0
  32. New SMB flaw can crash Windows 7 and Server 2008 R2 remotely
  33. UX Design Tools & Techniques
  34. Post a Haiku on Twitter; win Xbox 360, home theatre system
  35. Survey provides valuable insights into how you’re using Windows Home Server
  36. Announcing New Features in Windows Marketplace for Mobile
  37. How we really designed the look and feel of Windows 7
  38. Making the Ribbon Mine
  39. TechEd Europe 2009: Windows 7 Business Enthusiasm Continues
  40. Paint.NET 3.5 Released!
  41. Using Play To in Windows 7 with the Linksys Wireless-N Music Extender
  42. Windows 7 Launch Did Not Grow PC Sales as Hoped
  43. Windows 7 Vulnerability Claims
  44. Click-to-Run: Delivering Office in the 21st Century
  45. TechEd Europe 2009 Kicks Off Next Week with Keynote and Post-Keynote Q&A
  46. Top 10 reasons to use Windows Home Server in your SOHO
  47. SkyDrive Explorer: exactly what you'd expect
  48. Intel Slapped with Antitrust Lawsuit by NY Attorney General
  49. DirectX 11 Now Available for Windows Vista
  50. Download Windows 7 RTM UI Accessibility Tools and Automations for Vista SP3.
  51. Windows Home Server grows as your needs grow
  52. Springboard Series Blog – Migrating from Windows XP to Windows 7
  53. UI Extensibility in Office 2010
  54. NVIDIA and Windows Touch
  55. Participating at W3C’s TPAC 2009
  56. Internet TV & Netflix Comes to Windows Media Center in Windows 7
  57. New Microsoft Security Intelligence Report Released
  58. Windows 7 Gained Share In October, But Microsoft Doesn't Dent Apple
  59. Microsoft Blocks AutoRun/AutoPlay Vulnerability in XP, Vista, and Windows Server [Upd
  60. Let's kill the OS upgrade disc
  61. Remember that Awful Bing Jingle? These Kids Will. Forever.
  62. CyberLink Afraid it Cannot Profit from Windows 7 Release
  63. Microsoft readying test systems for Windows 8 development
  64. Now Available: IEAK8 can create custom Internet Explorer 8 packages in 19 additional
  65. The Windows Marketplace for Mobile Client and your Setup code
  66. Windows 7: A Day 7 Scorecard
  67. Microsoft and Yahoo Need a Bit More Time to Negotiate a Deal
  68. Now Available: Security Baselines for Windows 7 and Internet Explorer 8
  69. Microsoft Concocting Its Own Multitouch Mouse
  70. Free Windows 7 copies for testers on the way