Microsoft has released updates to SQL Server 2008 and Windows Live Essentials for consumer and enterprise users.
SQL Server 2008 Service Pack 2 contains previous security and stability updates, as well as two new editions to the SQL Server platform.
The update will add support for instance management and data-tier applications, and allow SQL 2008 servers to integrate with SharePoint 2010.
Windows Live Essentials 2011, meanwhile, allows Windows 7 users to add features and connectivity to a number of web-based services.
Microsoft said that the package adds connectivity to third-party services such as Facebook and Flickr, as well as Microsoft's Bing, Movie Maker, Messenger and Office.
"We designed Windows Live Essentials 2011 to help consumers have a richer experience with the things they do most on their PCs," said Microsoft Windows Live and Essentials product manager Mark West.
"It connects Windows with online services that consumers care about."
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