News from Microsoft Land: 24th – 28th September 2007

Everybody admits that Windows is the most popular operating system in the world because it is installed on millions of computers from every corner of the planet. However, the customers adopted different flavors of Windows as Microsoft designed multiple versions in order match everybody’s needs. In the recent period, the software giant promoted Windows Server 2008 a lot and it seems that, after Windows Vista, it is the most important product signed by Microsoft. On Monday, the Redmond-based firm officially launched Windows Server 2008 Release Candidate 0, a testing version of the operating system which is supposed to come with most of the features requested by the consumers.

The application can be freely downloaded from the official website of the company, being addressed to IT professionals and developers, as the Redmond giant sustains.

"Our operations at Windrush [Frozen Foods] are up and running 24 hours a day, so it is critical for us to have a stable technology infrastructure," says Robbie Roberts, IT manager at Windrush Frozen Foods, a UK-based purveyor of frozen, chilled and ambient foods. "With Windows Server 2008 we are looking forward to taking advantage of clustering and data recovery features to help us provide consistent, uninterrupted services to our customers."

If you want to find additional information about Windows Server 2008, you can visit this official page provided by Microsoft.

"Today, Microsoft Corp. released its latest version of MSN Video, offering consumers and advertisers an enhanced experience by improving the ability to find and discover premium and user-generated video content from the expansive MSN Video library, adding new community sharing features, and introducing a new time-based advertising delivery model." This is how the Redmond software giant started a statement published on Tuesday which introduces the latest version of MSN Video.

There is not much to say about the new version of MSN Video, except that it now includes user-generated content published on Soapbox, another video sharing service powered by Microsoft. Also, it now provides improved search capabilities which make it easier for the fans of the product to find and organize their favorite videos.

"This latest release of MSN Video will make discovering, watching and sharing video easier and more entertaining than ever before," said Rob Bennett, general manager, entertainment, video and sports for MSN. "By increasing the discoverability of our deep catalog, making it easier to share videos with friends, and improving the advertising model, we are continuing in our mission to make video an integral part of the MSN experience."


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