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  • Blog Post: Remote Desktop Connection for Mac 2.0.1 available today

    It's Update Tuesday [1], and we've got an update to Remote Desktop Connection for Mac for you today. RDC 2.0.1 has security fixes. For more details, you can read the knowledge base article , and you can always go forth and download . [1] Well, it's late on Update Tuesday. I got up at 4am, got...
  • Blog Post: RDC v2 is available today!

    Remote Desktop Connection Client for Mac 2 is now out of beta and available as a free download today. I wrote a post to Mac Mojo with all the details . Go forth and download all the latest goodies. We've revved all of our apps within the past week, so you might want to spend some quality bandwidth time...
  • Blog Post: RDC for Mac 2.0 public beta (rev 2) now available

    You asked, we answered. We have updated our public beta of RDC for Mac 2.0 . The single biggest change that some of y'all will notice is that we have improved support for having connections to multiple machines open at once. Hope you like it; submit feedback via Connect if you have any suggestions or...
  • Blog Post: releasing software is like the first day of high school

    Today marks a personal milestone for me: it's the first day that a piece of Microsoft software that I've sweated over has been released (albeit in beta form). Remote Desktop Connection v2 beta is now available for download . I just posted something to Mac Mojo about it: Come and get it! RDC for Mac v2...
  • Blog Post: RDC v2 public beta coming

    Over on Mac Mojo , the new boss has made an announcement near and dear to my heart. We announced at WWDC 2006 that we're working on an update to Remote Desktop Connection . Today, the boss announced that the public beta of RDC v2 is coming. RDC v2 has some of our top feature requests. The most important...
  • Blog Post: discoverability

    Any user experience researcher who has been on the job for more than five nanoseconds is an expert in discoverability. You have to be. One of the problems that any large application (and most small ones, for that matter) have is that they've built in some really cool and useful functions, but they're...
  • Blog Post: Q&A - what do you work on?

    Someone pointed out to me that I haven't admitted which products get my keen insight into the user experience. Currently, I'm MacBU's user experience researcher for the following products: PowerPoint Entourage Virtual PC Remote Desktop Connection I also handle some of the common...
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