Take a look at the top Microsoft news for the past week – from Windows XP and other versions receicing
Microsoft has released patches for several of its unsupported operating systems to fix an exploit being used by the WannaCrypt ransomware that wreaked havoc across many countries.
Investment banking firm, Goldman Sachs, has reported that they believe Microsoft will report quarterly revenue of $US 22 billion, which is just under the $US 22.1 billion amount previously speculated. Reasons for the lower profit estimation include the lack of enterprises … Read more
For those that didn’t know, Microsoft is ending support for the Windows Server 2003 operating system on July 14, 2015. After this day, Windows Server 2003 will no longer receive security patches that help protect from harmful viruses, spyware, and … Read more
In 2003, Microsoft was a part of a very different technological landscape than what is going on in the world today. Back then, Windows Server 2003 had a recommended processor speed of 550 MHz, with up to 4GB of RAM … Read more
It is a simple fact that, in the world of technology, nothing ever stays still. As time goes by and research is conducted, the building blocks of our software and hardware become more powerful and complex almost with every passing … Read more