ActiveWin.com Headlineshttp://www.activewin.com/The Most Activated Windows ResourceenCopyright (c) 1997-2003 Active Networks, IncBob Stein bob@activewin.comTue, 30 Sep 2014 13:44:54 GMTTue, 30 Sep 2014 13:44:54 GMThttp://backend.userland.com/rssActive Networks RSS2 feed generator (c) 2003 Active Networks and Chad MyersThe new MSN arrivesEarlier this month, we unveiled a first look at the new MSN. Over the past 3 weeks, nearly 10 million of you took the opportunity to test out the new site and more than 80,000 of you even took the time to tell us what you thought. Based on your feedback, we have made numerous changes to the site. From everyone here, a sincere thank you. Over the next 72 hours, we will roll out the new MSN to the more than 425 million people in over 50 countries around the world that come to the site each month. In addition, people using Windows and Windows Phone 8.1 will have the option to update their devices to the new MSN apps starting today. At the top of the homepage, you will see easy one-click access to all of your favorite services including Outlook.com, Office, OneNote, OneDrive, Skype, Facebook and Twitter. http://www.activewin.com/awin/comments.asp?HeadlineIndex=54072Tue, 30 Sep 2014 12:43:00 GMTRobert Steinhttp://www.activewin.com/awin/comments.asp?HeadlineIndex=54072New MSN.com WebsiteThe new MSN is completely built from the ground up on Azure to provide massive, cost-effective scale (with more than 30,000 Azure cores for serving and 100 Terabytes of storage), reliability, and ongoing agility for a cloud-first, mobile-first world. Every single line of code was re-written to ensure that you have one consistent experience regardless of whether you are accessing your stocks in MSN Money, your favorite sports teams in MSN Sports, or your recipe collections in MSN Food & Drink. All of those experiences will always be with you across your devices. http://www.activewin.com/awin/comments.asp?HeadlineIndex=54073Tue, 30 Sep 2014 12:48:00 GMTRobert Steinhttp://www.activewin.com/awin/comments.asp?HeadlineIndex=54073What the enterprise needs to hear from MicrosoftLater today, at a private press event, Microsoft plans to officially unveil the latest version of Windows, highlighting features and capabilities of interest to the enterprise customers that deliver the bulk of the company’s profit every year. I expect today’s event will be mostly a recitation of the company's road map, with minor tweaks aimed at pacifying an increasingly restless base. But in my dreams, I wish that the Microsoft executives in charge of a highly orchestrated event like this one would go off script and say a few things that really need to be said. http://www.activewin.com/awin/comments.asp?HeadlineIndex=54074Tue, 30 Sep 2014 13:43:00 GMTRobert Steinhttp://www.activewin.com/awin/comments.asp?HeadlineIndex=54074Why Microsoft's engineering changes will be the real Windows 9 (Threshold) storyWhile some can't wait for the new name of the next version of Windows client to be revealed, and others are anxious to hear about the first of the new features aimed at business users in particular, I'm hoping to learn about what Microsoft has done on the back end to change the way Microsoft delivers operating systems, going forward. http://www.activewin.com/awin/comments.asp?HeadlineIndex=54075Tue, 30 Sep 2014 13:44:00 GMTRobert Steinhttp://www.activewin.com/awin/comments.asp?HeadlineIndex=54075http://www.activewin.com/activewin_bigbutton.gif