Microsoft Security Bulletin Advance Notification issued: December 9, 2010
Microsoft Security Bulletins to be issued: December 14, 2010
This is an advance notification of security bulletins that Microsoft is intending to release on December 14, 2010.
This bulletin advance notification will be replaced with the December bulletin summary on December 14, 2010. For more information about the bulletin advance notification service, see Microsoft Security Bulletin Advance Notification.
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Microsoft will host a webcast to address customer questions on the security bulletins on December 15, 2010, at 11:00 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada). Register now for the December Security Bulletin Webcast. After this date, this webcast is available on-demand. For more information, see Microsoft Security Bulletin Summaries and Webcasts.
New to using the command prompt? Check out the Windows Command Prompt Beginner’s Guide
I recently saw a poll asking whether readers used the command line, which got me interested to know if you guys use Windows’ Command Prompt.
The Command Prompt can be an intimidating place for novices but with Windows, thankfully there’s not a great need to use it as we have a GUI for these ‘commands’.
For geeks the Command Prompt’s empty black box is seen as invitational and can mean endless possibilities, quick. Simple tasks such as copying and moving data, editing boot entries and finding file properties can all be done quickly and efficiently.
The GPU rendering feature in Internet Explorer is great. But as IE8 had problem with displaying some websites, so does IE9. You may find, in some cases this is due to the GPU rendering. You can turn this feature off easily if you’re experiencing problems which will utilise software rendering instead.
This Quick Tip will show you how.
Windows Forums is a community for users—from beginners to experts—who learn and share knowledge about Windows and PC’s.
Here’re some interesting topics you may want to check out. Feel free to jump in on the discussion! Read the rest of this entry »
A month ago we let you know we were opening up the forums for your tips and tricks. We’ve had a slow start but that doesn’t mean there’s a shortage of quality tips and tricks.
As promised, here’s two of the best so far. Of course, a big thanks to all who have contributed.
Thinking about upgrading to Microsoft Office 2010?
Each upgrade brings exciting new features, but new versions of your favourite programs can take some getting used to. It’s no different for those of us here at Microsoft who create the Office programs than it is for our customers.
To ease the transition, we’ve put together six handy Office 2010 migration guides to help you step up to the newest versions of Microsoft Access, Excel, OneNote, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Word.