Terrasoft has released a new version of its Yellow Dog Linux (YDL) operating system, which includes a new kernel version as well as the E17 desktop environment.
Industry Inside – I have been lucky enough to get an early peek at Microsoft's next operating system, Windows 7. But if you were expecting dramatic visual changes and a departure from Vista, Milestone 1 truly disappoints. But then, M1 has a different purpose, it is not intended to provide eye candy. Here's what you could expect from M1 - in the very unlikely case you'd come across the installation DVD.
The first significant update for Windows Vista is on its way to the consumer. SP1 is in production now and will be available to users in March. Microsoft also announced the release of manufacturing of Windows Server 2008.
Review - Corel is about to release a new version of its “Draw” graphics suite, which is one of the very few remaining complete graphics suites on the market. Now in its 14th generation, it hasn’t lost its original look and feel and remains the most convincing PC graphics product for ambitious consumers and graphic artists.
Chicago (IL) – Since we have run a story on the first Windows 7 Milestone here on TG Daily, screenshots of portions of the new operating system have been popping up around the web. We have received a few more screens – take a look.
There is no doubt that Microsoft is late to the virtualization party, given the traction companies such as VMWare have gained in recent months. However, the company today outlined its “Dynamic IT” vision, a large-scale virtualization approach from the server to the client.
Mac Office 2008 has begun shipping, giving owners of Apple computers a crack at the latest version of Microsoft's productivity suite.
Windows Home Server is Microsoft’s new operating system, but that doesn’t spare it from serious problems. Several users have reported file corruption issues when using certain programs and now Microsoft is warning people to not save files to the computer until the problem is resolved.
Following close on the heels of Opera 9.25, Mozilla has released a second, and much improved beta version of its Firefox browser. Microsoft also joined the announcement frenzy with a note that the software will be out in the first half of next year.
Software developers often spend days trying to track down simple bugs. A new software-based tool may help them find common types of bugs more quickly. It's an open-source endeavor that may be just what the web-based software gurus have been looking for.
Microsoft this week released the first major update to Office 2007, even though it wasn't expected to be available until next year.
Following media reports that Google is about to release an online storage space service to its users, analysts have started playing a numbers game whether such a service would actually be profitable for the company.
Microsoft’s software engineers are “working hard” on a slimmed-down version of Windows XP for the One Laptop Per Child project, but company officials say there is still much work to be done.
Pushing good news back into the Windows Vista scene, Microsoft claims that its next-generation operating system is more robust at preventing counterfeit attempts.
Chicago (IL) – The Beta 1 version of Firefox 3.0 was released by Mozilla on Tuesday with more than three dozen major improvements and more than two million lines of changed program code that promise more features, more security and performance.
The Open Group announced that both Apple’s latest operating systems have been awarded a certificate of conformance to the UNIX 03 standard.
Microsoft late Tuesday launched what the company calls the “next generation of Windows Live”, a collection of online add-ons for Windows PCS, including a photo sharing tool, Live Mail, a Blog authoring application, a new instant messenger, a calendar and a new toolbar.
Microsoft today took another step into Google territory, as the company has broken out the search capability of its SharePoint Server 2007 and has made an “Express” version of this feature available for free.
Microsoft announced this week that it is committed to being able to ship out Visual Studio 2008 this month.
On the heels of a few critical security threats that recently popped up, Apple has released a new version of its Quicktime player.