A post on Microsoft's Port 25 blog manages to talk about open source platforms without mentioning Linux once: instead it refers to "POSIX-compatible" code. Feeling threatened, are we, perhaps?
on 03/11/2010 – Made popular on 03/11/2010
Openness at Microsft Blog: Microsoft has participated in the Linux community for several years now, contributing drivers for Hyper-V to the Linux kernel source code base, and then working with Linux distribution partners to incorporate those drivers into their distros.
I know what's causing my MAC PRO to crash, any Microsoft Office 365 app, but I don't know how to fix it. Either does MS tech support. So far their only answer has been to reinstall - now 3 times! Also, when I reboot my Mac, all apps work fine, and I can open, exit, and open them again - until the next day. I can see a reference to virtual memory in the crash log below.