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Still running Windows 7? Protect yourself from the BlueKeep malware
Haven't patched your system to help guard against this malware? It's time to do something about it.
Nov 8 2019, 12:19PM
Windows 10's Cortana gets Australian makeover
One of the complaints about the first release of Windows 10 was that the Cortana personal digital assistant had not been customised for Australia. That's now taken care of.
Nov 20 2015, 11:38AM
Officeworks now lets you order business cards, banners, posters from home
You can now order a business cards, banners, posters, documents and other print jobs from home, to be picked up or delivered from Officeworks.
Feb 20 2013, 9:18AM
Windows XP and Vista users: time to upgrade?
A new Microsoft blog post urges businesses using Windows XP to start getting ready to move to Windows 7 or Windows 8.
Oct 22 2012, 1:33PM
Hammer time: 9 perplexing corporate events
From MC Hammer to Spinal Tap, here are some of the weirder moments in corporate branding history. [Click photos to enlarge]
Sep 21 2012, 1:38PM
Remember, Office 2013 won't run on Vista or XP
It needn't be a big deal, but you'll need to move to either Windows 7 or the new Windows 8 to run the new version of Office.
Jul 17 2012, 5:56PM
Microsoft makes its Windows 7 sales pitch, just don't mention Vista
Gone is some of the bluster as Microsoft makes a surprisingly down-to-earth Australian launch presentation for Windows 7 today
Oct 22 2009, 5:20PM
Windows 7, the complete guide: How Windows 7 can lock down your business
BitLocker first reared its head in Windows Vista, but the scope of the encryption software has been extended in Windows 7. Since Vista's launch, lost or stolen USB drives have become an enormous security liability.
Oct 19 2009, 10:14AM
Windows XP support runs out next week
Windows XP will pass another milestone on the road to retirement next week when Microsoft withdraws mainstream support for the operating system..
Apr 8 2009, 8:42AM
Ancient XP gets yet another stay of execution
Microsoft has granted Hewlett Packard yet another extension on its long-in-the-tooth licence to supply new computers with the ability to 'downgrade' to Windows XP Pro, according to an Apple Insider report.
Apr 7 2009, 9:05AM
Microsoft to unblock Windows Service packs
Vista and XP updates will be pushed to users automatically, whether you like it or not.
Feb 1 2009, 1:56PM
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