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Microsoft has a new blog post and infographic that gives us a reminder that Office 2003 will lose its official support on April 8th, the same day that it ends support for Windows XP.
Microsoft has offered a clarification on its recent software security advisory, narrowing down the software products are are affected by the exploits that are being used in some attacks.
A man from Atlanta, Michigan has been charged in federal court with selling over $1 million worth of counterfeit copies of Windows XP Professional and Office 2003 Professional.
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Microsoft has taken Office 2003 offline from its MSDN, TechNet, and Expression subscribers. Company officials blamed the move on the recent court ruling related to a custom XML markup implementation in Word 2003 and Word...
Just a quick reminder to Neowin users, both Windows XP and Office 2003 will leave mainstream support and enter extended support on April 14, 2009. This applies to the following Windows XP editions: Windows...