In my handful of trips to Microsoft’s Redmond campus, I’ve come across some pretty interesting paintings, models and photographs in the hallways. They are all part of the company’s extensive art collection . I have not however come across anything as bizarre as the one above
Microsoft’s weird collection of Paint art
Not really persuasive enough to make me switch from Chrome, but this new Microsoft Internet Explorer ad definitely connected with me from an emotional approach. It is pure nostalgia in a can.
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Microsoft “Child of the 90s” ad: Yes Internet Explorer, it was a simpler time
Over the weekend, Microsoft launched a series of light-hearted 30-second TV commercials for Internet Explorer 9 titled “The web you love, one click away”.
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Internet Explorer 9 ads shows what celebrities love (and pin to their taskbar)
Question by Chocoholic <3: How do i know which choice to make while downloading Windows Internet Explorer 8?
ok, so i was gonna dowload the new internet (Windows Internet Explorer 8) and now it is asking me whether to get Windows Vista or Windows XP. Which one do i choose? Am i supposed to know? Does it even matter? HELP PLEASE
Answer by Shambles
Download the version for the computer operating system you use. If using Windows XP download the version for that. If using Vista then download the version for Vista.
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Following the Steve Ballmer’s appearance at the conclusion of the second keynote at Microsoft’s BUILD 2011 conference , the trademark exhibition hall opened up to the public for the first time with vendors and Microsoft booths showing off new products and technologies. Of note are the booths of AMD, Qualcomm, Intel and Nvidia who each have at least one Windows 8 device showed off inside a glass cube. Many of these devices are prototypes of smaller-sized slates of around 8″
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Tour around the BUILD 2011 expo hall
BUILD keynote 2 Join Ed Bott, Mary Jo Foley, Kip Kniskern, Rafael Rivera, Paul Thurrott, Tom Warren and I as we liveblog the second keynote of the inaugural Microsoft BUILD 2011 conference where Microsoft is expected to discuss Windows Server 8, the cloud and more.
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BUILD 2011 keynote 2 group liveblog
In one of the first sessions of BUILD 2011 after an intense keynote of Windows 8 announcements, Jensen Harris of the Windows User Experience team took the opportunity in a “Big Picture Session” to elaborate on more details of Metro on Windows 8.
As the Windows 8 Developer Preview is soon to in the wild, most people might find the new shell and user experience a little difficult to settle into. Here are a few simple tips and less-known features I’ve accumulated to help you master the new Start experience
Windows 8 101: tips & tricks for new Start experience
Microsoft describes Windows 8 as “Windows re-imagined”. I would add to that, “with Metro”. From the lock-screen to the boot-time recovery manager, the next version of Windows has embraced the Microsoft Metro design language to the core
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A brief analysis of Metro on Windows 8