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Microsoft signs deal with ownCloud

Friday 1st of April 2016 01:57:03 AM
Under the deal ownCloud will power the underneath infrastructure for Microsoft’s cloud service OneDrive and Azure Cloud.

Microsoft joins the Open Invention Network

Friday 1st of April 2016 01:34:24 AM
Makes a pledge to use patents only in defense.

Ubuntu for Windows brings ‘bash’ to Windows 10

Thursday 31st of March 2016 01:37:28 PM
In a surprise move Microsoft announced ‘Ubuntu for Windows 10’ during their BUILD conference.

How to upgrade from OpenSUSE Leap to Tumbleweed!

Monday 21st of March 2016 10:23:49 PM
How to upgrade openSUSE Leap to Tumblweed and then revert it back to Leap.

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