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Microsoft Videos Launched

Earlier this year at the MIX08 Conference, Microsoft announced an upcoming video portal designed to make finding Microsoft videos even easier. Earlier this month, that portal launched, so if you haven’t had a chance to check it out yet, you can do so here: preview.microsoft.com/video.

The site features official Microsoft videos, including those you’ve seen here on Channel 10, as well as sister sites 8 and 9, but that’s only a small sampling of the content. The site also features product videos for Windows, Office, server products, mobile products, web products, hardware, tools, Xbox, and more as well as how-tos, showcases, ads, security videos, events, research projects, and other solutions. You can browse any of these particular areas from this page or you can browse by intended audience – IT Pros, Developers, Home Users, etc.

After finding a video to watch, only one click and you can email it, Digg it, or grab embed code so you can post the video on your own web site or blog as you wish. However, LiveSide points out one of the most useful features for the new video portal – RSS feeds for searches. They give the example of a feed for Windows Live.

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  • Eriq CookEriq Cook

    This site is great. They just need to iron down the categories a little more. Instead of "Windows" it should allow you to drill down to "Windows Home Server" or "WIndows Server 2008" for example. It's a work in progress I know but hope to see this implemented in final launch.

  • Eriq CookEriq Cook

    This site is great. They just need to iron down the categories a little more. Instead of "Windows" it should allow you to drill down to "Windows Home Server" or "WIndows Server 2008" for example. It's a work in progress I know but hope to see this implemented in final launch.

  • rose786rose786

    While most readers have yet to put Windows Server 2008 fully through its paces, those who have say they like what they see so far. New features and updates such as the integrated Hyper-V virtualization, revamped Internet Information Services (IIS) 7.0, and bolstered security and administration tools make Windows Server 2008 a fairly attractive upgrade, even to those who were happy with Windows Server 2003. you can try this.
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  • rose786rose786

    While most readers have yet to put Windows Server 2008 fully through its paces, those who have say they like what they see so far. New features and updates such as the integrated Hyper-V virtualization, revamped Internet Information Services (IIS) 7.0, and bolstered security and administration tools make Windows Server 2008 a fairly attractive upgrade, even to those who were happy with Windows Server 2003. you can try this.
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  • JonathanJonathan

    Awesoem, I am a junkie for this stuff. But please please , whoever reads this PLEASE I need the videos, from about 7 years ago or maybe less when .NET was gettign its first strong push, that showed a family enjoying life using applications built on .net. A set of advertising videos, where a girl is talking to her friend online and they buy tickets for a concert and then the family goes to the zoo and everything is updated on the kids PDA, etc. I know I sound crazy but I am always inspired by these types of videos and i cannot find these anywhere. So please someone out ther ein microsoft land help me , feed my video addiction.

  • JonathanJonathan

    Awesoem, I am a junkie for this stuff. But please please , whoever reads this PLEASE I need the videos, from about 7 years ago or maybe less when .NET was gettign its first strong push, that showed a family enjoying life using applications built on .net. A set of advertising videos, where a girl is talking to her friend online and they buy tickets for a concert and then the family goes to the zoo and everything is updated on the kids PDA, etc. I know I sound crazy but I am always inspired by these types of videos and i cannot find these anywhere. So please someone out ther ein microsoft land help me , feed my video addiction.

  • quikboyquikboy

    Why make a separate site and not utilize their own MSN Video service? Too many sites, and it all becomes redundant.

    Silverlight is nice, but it always freezes the entire browser for a second or two, while it loads. It's not just Microsoft Video. It's kinda annoying.

  • quikboyquikboy

    Why make a separate site and not utilize their own MSN Video service? Too many sites, and it all becomes redundant.

    Silverlight is nice, but it always freezes the entire browser for a second or two, while it loads. It's not just Microsoft Video. It's kinda annoying.

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