Archive for May, 2005

Mainframe Migration Alliance (MMA) May 19th, 2005

Vinod Kumar

All mainframe migration resources now available at a single location. Microsoft will continue to maintain a page on the MMA website at http://www.mainframemigration.org. The main change here will be that the postings put on the MMA web site may link back to content on the mainframe page on Microsoft.com as opposed to the /casestudies page or the /downloads page, etc. The page where you can get all the mainframe resources is: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserversystem/mainframe/.

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Windows OneCare May 18th, 2005

Vinod Kumar

Windows OneCare is built specifically for people who don’t have the time or technical expertise necessary to secure and manage a computer on a daily basis. It is a comprehensive PC health service that goes beyond security to take an integrated approach to help protect and care for your computer. Beta to be released soon. More about this here.

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Its Hawaii time May 17th, 2005

Vinod Kumar

After it ships the “Whidbey” and “Orcas” versions of its popular Visual Studio tool set, Microsoft Corp.’s Visual Studio development team is headed for “Hawaii.” Hawaii is the code name for a version of Microsoft’s Visual Studio tool set two versions beyond Whidbey

The reports from eweek.

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Word 2002/2000 Add-in: Read in Microsoft Reader 1.1 May 10th, 2005

Vinod Kumar

With the Word 2000/2002 Add-in: Read in Microsoft Reader (RMR) 1.1,  you can use Microsoft Word 2000 or Microsoft Word 2002 to create your own Microsoft Reader eBooks. Microsoft Reader makes on-screen reading more like reading a printed book, while adding active reading capabilities, instant access to content, and storage of a personal library. You can use this add-in to convert new or existing Word documents, letting you benefit from the features and convenience of Microsoft Reader.

Download from MSDN.

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CLR Team into blogging May 9th, 2005

Vinod Kumar
The CLR Team has started blogging and Balaji has got a nice article to start off with.
 

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