Microsoft has been urging its users to migrate off its 12-year old internet browser, even launching a website this year to watch the number of IE6 users drop down to a target of under one percent worldwide. At the time of writing, 6.7 percent of worldwide browsers were still using IE6.
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If the February timeframe holds true for the beta, the RTM (release-to-manufacturing) version of Windows 8 could hit the market as early as June. The final shipping version would then see the light of day in the third quarter, just in time to land on PCs and mobile devices for the 2012 holiday season.
Dr. Farid and Eric Kee, a Ph.D. student in computer science at Dartmouth, are proposing a software tool for measuring how much fashion and beauty photos have been altered, a 1-to-5 scale that distinguishes the infinitesimal from the fantastic.
Windows XP’s retail release was October 25, 2001, ten years ago today. Though no longer readily available to buy, it continues to cast a long shadow over the PC industry: even now, a slim majority of desktop users are still using the operating system.
In a lengthy post on its Building Windows 8 blog, the company acknowledged that it’s received plenty of feedback since unleashing a developer preview of the OS last month, and pledged to respond with a number changes.
On Tuesday, Microsoft explained why the Windows 7 start menu is now a start screen in Windows 8: no one used it.
While the legacy version of IE10 will accommodate plug-ins, the Metro won’t, IE team leader Dean Hachamovitch said in a blog post last night during the company’s Build conference.
Microsoft has revealed full details of Windows 8, with an all-or-nothing approach to touch technology, writes Barry Collins in Los Angeles.
Microsoft thinks its Kinect motion-sensing game controller will find a spot in operating rooms and doctors offices as it already has in consumers’ living rooms.
The software giant, which has been working for years to get health care companies to use its technology, is trying to open doors with Kinect. Today at the Pacific Health Summit here, Microsoft’s chief research and strategy officer, Craig Mundie, showed how medical providers can use the technology to improve care.