Microsoft Office Suite Applications Goes Online

by on October 31, 2008
in Internet, Microsoft, Windows

Microsoft has been unveiling some really interesting stuff at Professional Developers Conference. Windows Azure and Windows 7 have already made big news in the blogosphere.

Now Microsoft is planning to take its Microsoft Office Suite of applications online. The lightweight web-based version of these apps called, Office Web Applications will provide basic apps like Word, Excel, PowerPoint etc  online which can be accessed from anywhere.

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Download Windows 7 Pre-Beta M3 Build 6801

by on October 31, 2008
in Microsoft, Tips and Tricks, Windows

Okay folks, it’s finally out – leaked actually! All the PDC 2008 attendees were distributed a free copy of Windows 7 Pre-Beta by Microsoft.

This alpha version is distributed in a free 160GB external hard disk which includes Windows 7 and all the PDC videos. Build 6801 has been leaked on torrent, which is a build older than what was shown at PDC.

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Download Official PDC 2008 Wallpapers

by on October 29, 2008
in Design, Microsoft, Windows

It’s Day 3 at PDC 2008, and Microsoft continues to unveil interesting stuff that we all are loving it. First, they introduced Windows Azure, Microsoft’s cloud OS. Then on Day 2, they unveiled Windows 7, the upcoming OS from Microsoft after Windows Vista.

The official PDC website has three wallpapers to promote PDC 2008. You can download and use these wallpapers from the links below.

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Windows 7 Introduced, And Screenshots

by on October 29, 2008
in Computers, Microsoft, Windows

Today, at Day 2 of Professional Developers Conference 2008, Microsoft has officially unveiled its next OS, that we all have been waiting for, Windows 7!

Yesterday, they focused on unveiling their cloud OS called, Windows Azure. But today, they introduced Windows 7 along with its few features and UI screenshots that I have posted below.

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Windows Azure: Microsoft Cloud OS

by on October 28, 2008
in Computers, Internet, Microsoft, Web 2.0, Windows

Microsoft, today at Professional Developers Conference 2008 announced a new cloud operating system, called Windows Azure. It is an OS that runs entirely from Microsoft’s own infrastructure.

Ray Ozzie, Microsoft’s chief software architect, dubbed this OS as Windows Azure (formerly known as Windows Cloud) at PDC yesterday. It looks like a mashup of Amazon EC2 type hosted services, Microsoft Online Services and other developer tools, including similar services that run on Windows Live.

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