A hacker has been arrested over a software defined (SD) radio scam.The 26-year-old man, who has not been named, was arrested in a Brisbane suburb and charged with committing an indictable offence, the Queensland Police Force said in a statement.The man was arrested by police in the suburb of Brisbane on Tuesday after he allegedly made false claims of making a software-defined radio for $25,000.The...
It’s a question that has dogged many of the company’s Windows and Office products, and the question remains as wide-spread as ever.
Microsoft has said that the reason for the crash is a bug in its Outlook and Word apps, but in an official blog post, the company has also said that it has “replaced the underlying error and is now investigating the cause.”
Microsoft said that “a bug was introduced in Microsoft Office that causes the Office desktop to crash, and it was found to be a common issue across all versions of Microsoft Office,” but there is some confusion over the exact issue.
The Microsoft website for Word and Outlook has both a Microsoft Office Desktop app for Windows and a Microsoft Outlook Desktop app.
The Office desktop app for Mac, however, does not seem to be affected by the crash, although there is no information on the Mac version of the app.
We’ve reached out to Microsoft for clarification and will update if we hear back.
Microsoft said it will be taking “active steps” to resolve the issue, but it’s unclear what those steps will be.
Update: Microsoft said it’s working on a fix for Outlook and that it would be available in a future update.
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