The Office 2010 applications show new stylings and usability improvements, including a more smoothly integrated Outlook.
Microsoft Office may be dominant, but its not irreplaceable.
Office 2010 streamlines the product's controversial Ribbon-based user interface, while also extending it to encompass the full range of Office applications.
It's the question that vexes free open source software advocates and commercial competitors around the globe.
If you don't like the way your current OpenOffice variant works, just look around. Chances are someone, somewhere, is working on a version that will suit your specific needs.
Does the consumer-focused netbook platform, with its anemic CPU and toylike form factor, have a place in enterprise IT?
Analysis: Leave it to the marketing mavens in Cupertino to take something as dull as multicore and make into something shiny, new, and Apple-"exclusive."
Microsoft is colluding with netbook hardware vendors to deny customer choice and protect profits.
Why Microsoft's decision to implement a VM-based legacy compatibility solution is a dumb move.
The joys and pains of the libraries, search, and other Windows 7 changes.
Dropping IE in favor of a newer rendering engine may be not be as easy as it seems.