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Windows 7 update makes PCs unstable, users report

Despite reports from some users, Microsoft says the stability update is not a 'major issue' and the company sees no evidence the Jan. 25 patch is at fault

Happy days are almost here again, says CDW Canada

The Toronto-based technology provider says Canadian companies are ready to kick off the IT spending revival. Plus, why one Forrester analyst thinks the spending rebound could boost Windows 7

Microsoft sets Windows 7 launch for Oct. 22

Release to manufacturing of the operating system may be as soon as July. The software company says it will offer some kind of discount or free upgrade to Vista PC buyers

Windows 7 options limited for some businesses

Microsoft will restrict upgrade rights for Vista and XP users to 25 machines at any single street address. This means larger companies will have to go through volume licensing for their migration plans

Free Windows 7 upgrades for XP downgraders

Microsoft will provide free or discounted Windows 7 upgrades not only to users who buy Vista PCs between June 2009 and January 2010, but also to people who buy a system that's been factory-downgraded to Windows XP, according to a report on the Web

Adobe patches Flash vulnerabilities for three platforms

The software maker has patched the bug that put users at risk merely by viewing malicious Shockwave Flash files. Other updates addressed risks of clickjacking and denial of service

NetApp discontinues SMB storage appliance

Company is dropping the low-end StoreVault array to focus on organziations with at least 100 employees. The line was only three years old

Qwest CTO talks about industry in flux

In an interivew at a trade show, an executive of U.S. telco Qwest discusses its approach to P2P problems, expanding high speed Internet service and industry consolidation

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