Microsoft Software Reviews
This year will likely be one of great change for Microsoft. Outgoing CEO, Steve Ballmer will create a void into which a new and as yet unnamed candidate will step. This mystery CEO will have the capacity to steer Microsoft …
The loss of the Start button and not booting directly to the desktop seem to have stirred up quite a controversy. However, reports indicate that the importance of the Start button as well as booting to the desktop may be …
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 is a messaging platform that offers email, scheduling, and the tools for messaging service and custom collaboration applications.
Exchange Server 2013 provides a rich set of technologies, features and services to the Exchange …
Microsoft offers three editions of Visio 2013: Microsoft Visio Standard 2013, Microsoft Visio Professional 2013 and Microsoft Visio Pro for Office 365.
Visio 2013 provides a powerful platform for all your custom drawing solutions. New objects, collections, …
Microsoft recently surveyed more than ten thousand people in over 20 countries and revealed two interesting facts:
- Around 60 percent of people do not have sufficient time to do the things they want to do.
- More than 80 percent admitted that they could save a couple of hours a day if they were better organized.
Microsoft’s new operating system has taken a radically new approach to the user interface. It’’s sleek, it’s simple – and it’s controversial. Some Antivirus developers are already learning from what Microsoft has done and packaging it into their own software. Others are working hard to make sure what they have is compatible.
The Microsoft Office 2013 launch is right around the corner, and this latest version of the industry leading office suite is going to be better than ever. One of Microsoft’s big ideas with Office 2013 is to incorporate cloud computing technology; something yet to be tried with Office.
After a long wait and much anticipation, Microsoft has finally released Windows Server 2012. In addition to performance enhancements and a new UI reminiscent of Windows 8, Microsoft Windows Server 2012 boasts a wealth of improvements and new features that completely redefine server administration, and helps to move the world ever farther into the cloud.
Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 provides a powerful new developer experience that enables developers to be more productive than ever before. It offers a comprehensive, highly flexible set of application lifecycle management (ALM) tools. With the introduction of Visual Studio 2012, Microsoft made significant changes to simplify the product line.