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Windows 10 runs on a Raspberry Pi
Published in PC Hardware
Thursday, 14 February 2019 11:30

Windows 10 runs on a Raspberry Pi


Licenced to bear Arms

It looks like you can now finally install a full version of Windows 10 intended for ARM devices on Raspberry Pi 3.

More than 70 percent of Microsoft patches are for memory problems
Published in PC Hardware


Mostly because of C and C++

More than 70 percent of Microsoft patches are for memory safety bugs.

Microsoft is expected to announce its HoloLens 2
Published in Mobiles


February 24 event planned

Microsoft is expected to announce the next generation HoloLens headset at an already announced event on February 24

Microsoft says the net is getting polite and gentler
Published in News


Clearly not read the Fudzilla comment pages


Software King of the world Microsoft has released a new study that claims civility is spreading on the internet – at least a bit.

Microsoft discourages Office 2019
Published in Cloud
Thursday, 07 February 2019 12:10

Microsoft discourages Office 2019


Will you just look at our cloud?

Software king of the world Microsoft has launched a marketing campaign which appears designed to discourage users from buying Office 2019 and get them to move to Office 365 instead.

Internet explorer dead by 2020
Published in News
Wednesday, 30 January 2019 10:46

Internet explorer dead by 2020


Microsoft announces Norwegian Blue Screen of death

Software King of the World, Microsoft, has warned that it has given up trying to prop up Internet Exploder 10  and it will be officially declared dead next year.

Microsoft bloke says Mozilla should kill Firefox
Published in News

 

Surrender to the mighty Google

A Microsoft manager has hacked off shedloads with his claim that Mozilla should give up on Firefox and surrender to Chromium – just like Vole did.  

Bing not banned in China
Published in News
Monday, 28 January 2019 12:42

Bing not banned in China


Technical issues

It turns out that reports last week that Bing was blocked by the Chinese censors might have been untrue and that last week's outage was caused by a good old fashioned server outage.

Microsoft snaps up open source database company
Published in Cloud


Citus Data now makes Voleware

Microsoft said that it’s acquiring Citus Data, a startup that has commercialised open source database software called PostgreSQL.

Apple and Microsoft cuddle up to Brazil president
Published in News


Women, minorities, and the LGBTs - they must have had a lot to talk about.

Apple and Microsoft CEOs found themselves at dinner with the homophobic, sexist Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro at the World Economic Forum .