The record number of vulnerability fixes will also require system reboots.
The recent Slate PC demo at the Consumer Electronics Show is just Microsoft's latest foray in a long line of tablet device ventures.
Microsoft's president of entertainment and devices division tells analysts at CES of Redmond's three-pronged assault on mobile trendsetters Apple and Google.
Microsoft this week said it would include an advertising supported version of Office 2010 on new PCs.
Experts say Microsoft's big task for the coming year is clear: explain to enterprise IT folks precisely how and why they should live in a cloud.
A countdown of 13 of Microsoft's most important products of the past year.
Security experts say the software giant seems to be refining and improving the process of explaining and pushing out patches.
Microsoft has issued a security advisory that provides customers with guidance and workarounds for dealing with a zero-day exploit aimed at Internet Explorer.
The leader of Microsoft's month-old FUSE Lab that focuses on "social experiences" says the goal is to blend research and product development.
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Microsoft has slashed prices for its Exchange Online services and its Business Productivity Online Services suite of online productivity applications.
A new survey finds that nearly 90% of existing PCs within corporations meet the minimum requirements for running Windows 7, but the age of the machines will affect efficiency.
Two patches highlighted for breadth of deployment across networks
CEO takes 5.5% hit in his overall compensation as Redmond suffers through its first-ever drop in overall revenue.
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