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Patch Tuesday Offers Critical Fixes (Apr-09-14)
Microsoft Pulls Plug on Windows XP (Apr-08-14)
Against a Wall, Some Buy XP Support (Apr-07-14)
Last Fixes Tuesday for XP, Office 2003 (Apr-04-14)
Despite Its Age, XP Remains a Favorite (Apr-02-14)
Windows 8 Updates Expected Soon (Apr-02-14)
An Anti-Malware Solution for XP? (Mar-24-14)
Leak of Microsoft Info Leads To Arrest (Mar-20-14)
Windows XP Still Popular at the End (Mar-16-14)
Patch Tuesday Points to Need for IE 11 (Mar-12-14)
Drowning in IE Watering Hole Attack (Feb-14-14)
The End Is Near for Windows XP (Feb-13-14)
Extra Fixes Issued for Patch Tuesday (Feb-12-14)
Microsoft Predicts 2014 Cyber Threats (Dec-17-13)
Patch Tuesday Fixes One Zero-Day (Dec-11-13)
Microsoft Stepping Up Privacy Efforts (Dec-05-13)
Win XP, Server 2003 Zero-Days Found (Dec-02-13)
Microsoft Ships IE Zero-Day Flaw Fix (Nov-13-13)
Office Zero-Day Flaw Fix Delayed (Nov-08-13)
Windows XP Infection Rate To Rise (Nov-01-13)
Beat the Clock on Windows XP (Oct-29-13)
Microsoft Pays $100K Bounty for Hack (Oct-09-13)
Microsoft Gets Aggressive with Cloud (Oct-08-13)
Security Group Raises IE Threat Level (Sep-23-13)
Microsoft Rushes Fix for IE Bug (Sep-18-13)
Sept. Patch Tuesday One To Remember (Sep-11-13)
Patch Tuesday Targets 23 Bugs (Aug-14-13)
San Jose Moves Service to the Cloud (Jul-17-13)
Patch Tuesday Promises a Busy July (Jul-09-13)
Microsoft Offers Bug-Bounty Program (Jun-20-13)
One IE Patch, But 19 Vulnerabilties (Jun-12-13)
Patch Tuesday Hyper Focuses on IE 8 (May-14-13)
Microsoft Warns of IE8 Zero-Day Bug (May-06-13)
Microsoft Polishes Its Privacy Image (Apr-22-13)
Microsoft Security Fix Kills Some PCs (Apr-12-13)
Patch Tuesday: Least of IT's Problems (Apr-10-13)
MS Dangles 15% Off to Upgrade from XP (Apr-08-13)
Chameleon Botnet Costing Advertisers (Mar-20-13)
Number of Microsoft Patches Rising (Mar-13-13)
Patch Tuesday Focus Partly on Office (Mar-08-13)
Love or Hate Win 8? Users Weigh In (Feb-19-13)
Microsoft Issues Huge Patch Tuesday (Feb-13-13)
Hate Win 8 or Learning To Love It? (Jan-23-13)
Microsoft Issues Security Patch for IE (Jan-14-13)
Java a Security Threat, Officials Warn (Jan-11-13)
Year's First MS Patch Tuesday Ho-Hum (Jan-09-13)
Microsoft Scores Big with DoD Contract (Jan-09-13)
Cloud-Ready IT Jobs Up 26% Yearly (Dec-24-12)
Windows 8: Users Love It or Hate It (Dec-15-12)
Secure Coding Initiative at MS Pays Off (Dec-12-12)
Microsoft Flags 5 Patches as Critical (Dec-10-12)
Kaspersky Warns of 'Drive-By' Attacks (Dec-06-12)
Usability Guru Rips Windows 8 Design (Nov-20-12)
Patch Microsoft IE 9 Vulnerability First (Nov-14-12)
Microsoft Patches Surface & Security (Nov-09-12)

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Last Fixes Tuesday for XP, Office 2003
Microsoft closing out support for two.
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Windows 8 Updates Expected Soon
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Microsoft Pulls Plug on Windows XP
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Patch Tuesday Offers Critical Fixes
Last for Windows XP and Office 2003.
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Against a Wall, Some Buy XP Support
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Despite Its Age, XP Remains a Favorite
Second only to Windows 7 after 13 years.
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