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All the latest news for Windows 10 Mobile and Desktop previews
After many years since it originally launched, Microsoft is finally offering users a way to legally download a digital copy of the Windows 7 install disc. Of course, users will still need a license.
Microsoft has released the ISOs of Windows 10 build 9879 and you can download them after the jump, provided you fill out a simply form before downloading.
IsoBuster is an award winning , highly specialized and easy to use CD, DVD and blu-ray (BD, HD DVD) data recovery tool. It supports all CD / DVD / BD / HD DVD formats and all common file-systems
Microsoft has stated that they do not have any plans to release a Windows 8.1 ISO outside of MSDN/Technet but if you still would like to get your hands on the file, you can do so with our guide.
'Leak all the things!' seems to be the battlecry from Russia. After a lackluster trickle of leaks from China, including a corrupt image and even a 'Frankenbuild', now the proper images have leaked.
Windows 8.1 build 9477 had leaked yesterday but the original version was in Chinese. Now the same tipster that first brought us this news has shared that the image has been converted to English.
A new report claims that Microsoft will release ISO files for the upcoming free Windows 8.1 public preview on June 26, in addition to the update that will be available via the Windows Store.
Microsoft has released a new tool that will allow users of Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7 to mount ISO disk image files as virtual CD-ROM drive which should help with installs of Windows 8.
Another day, another leak.... this time it's of the Windows 8 RTM language packs, which have appeared through the usual channels as two separate ISO files for different editions
With DAEMON Tools you can back up your physical CD/DVD/HD DVD/Blu-ray discs into "virtual discs" or so called "disc image" files, which run directly on your hard drive.
Daemon Tools appears to be letting a service called MountSpace track every file its users mount, even if it goes against the users explicit wishes - the key is in the fine print.
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Another post from the Building Windows 8 blog has revealed that Windows 8 will have native support for mounting ISO disc images and virtual hard disk (VHD) files from within Windows Explorer
Why has it taken them so long? A bit of history may help us to understand. When Microsoft released Office 2007, they updated key formats for saving files, including Word DOC, Excel XLS, and...
Adobe has expressed interest in making the movement of digital document files more open, and having their format (PDF), being the popular standard. PDF's will soon become the international standard for electronic documents after...
Although an official ISO statement is expected to come tomorrow, a leaked decision has shown that Microsoft has won a battle to have a key document format adopted as a global standard, improving its chances...
According to sources close to the situation, a closed-door meeting hosted by the ISO in Geneva to hammer out a consensus on whether a Microsoft document format should become an international standard descended into near...
Never one to back down from a fight, Microsoft has upped its efforts to have its Office Open XML document format made into an international standard. Delegates from 37 countries met on Monday to reconsider...