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Ever tried to find Microsoft Teams on Twitter, but was never sure it was really them? I have spent a few hours browsing Microsoft website and blogs without any successful results. Well, thanks to Adam Kinney, who took the time to do some extra research and post the results on his blog, we now have a list of some Microsoft teams and products available on Twitter. Just follow those you’re interested in and take advantage of first hand details about your favorite product. Here’s the list… enjoy!

  • @MSWindows (Announcing Windows 7)
  • @WindowsLive (Official Twitter account of Microsoft Windows Live)
  • @liveframework (Liveframework)
  • @livemesh (Sync, share, and access the information you care about—wherever you happen to be)
  • @SharePoint (The official tweetstream of the SharePoint product group – managed by @LLiu)
  • @bizspark (Microsoft BizSpark – Software, Support, Visibility)
  • @zunemarketplace (Zune Marketplace is a store for the way you love music, with brand-new releases every week and a huge selection of music in every style imaginable)
  • @wmdev (Windows Mobile)
  • @microsofttag (Microsoft Tag)
  • @ch9 (Listen to the cockpit, help us fly the plane)
  • @ch10 (Channel 10 is Microsoft’s online community for the technology enthusiast)
  • @ch8 (Microsoft’s community for students)
  • @mixonline (Come check us out at http://www.visitmix.com)
  • @MIX09 (The Next Web Now)
  • @SiteNamedDesire (Want a copy of A Website Named Desire? This li’l birdie will tell you how. Wait for the tweets)
  • @MicrsftTech4All (News from Microsoft Accessibility team, which strives for technology to be usable by everyone & complements our physical & cognitive abilities)
  • @MSDN (Updates from the MSDN site team)
  • @adCenterBlog (News, Tips, Tricks & Best Practices From The Guys At Microsoft adCenter)

Post Update: Extra Microsoft Twitter accounts not included in the original list above.

  • @MSOfficeResKit (Microsoft Office Resource Kit Team. Information and tools for planning, deploying, and managing Microsoft Office)

Do you know of any other Microsoft Team, not on the list above, that is also on Twitter? Let’s us know.