ActiveWin.com Headlineshttp://www.activewin.com/The Most Activated Windows Resourceenhttp://www.activewin.com/activewin_bigbutton.gifMicrosoft Malware Protection Center helps take down Ramnit botnethttp://www.activewin.com/awin/comments.asp?HeadlineIndex=54203Ramnit, a botnet that infected millions of computers around the world, has been tamed, thanks in part to Microsoft Malware Protection Center. The takedown operation was a collaboration between Microsoft, Europol, Symantec and others, and it successfully stopped the malware which worked by disabling virus protection before stealing banking details and personal information from infected machines. Despite the Hate, Microsoft Places More Phone Orders in Chinahttp://www.activewin.com/awin/comments.asp?HeadlineIndex=54204China isn't really the friendliest business climate for Microsoft, but the tech giant isn't yet ready to abandon this market and is still looking for ways to benefit from the growing appetite for technology in the country. This time, a new report claims that Microsoft is planning to place more orders for phone parts in China, as it's looking into ways to cut costs and thus bring more affordable devices to the market.Windows 7 ISO Downloads Now Possible Only with a Product Keyhttp://www.activewin.com/awin/comments.asp?HeadlineIndex=54205Microsoft has made a quiet change to the way it serves Windows 7 ISOs to users who want to perform a clean install or to IT admins who need to work with computers without an Internet connection, as the files are no longer available via Digital River. Microsoft’s After-Hours Employee App Project Offers A Slate Of New Softwarehttp://www.activewin.com/awin/comments.asp?HeadlineIndex=54206Microsoft Garage is an initiative at Microsoft that works like an internal accelerator, taking ideas that employees have outside of their ordinary day jobs and turning them into real apps. The first batch broke cover last October, and now there are nine new projects making their official debut today.