Here are some of the most significant bugs from the past week in the BugBlog:
Although you may have a printer that supports borderless printing, it won't work if you print something from Adobe InDesign CS2. You will still get a printout with a white border. Adobe has three different workarounds for this. See Adobe Support to figure out which one may work best for you.
Microsoft has released the April 2006 Update Rollup for their Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005. While this is a cumulative update, it is a cumulative update to the Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 Update Rollup 2. I'm pretty sure that this means that this is an update rollup to a previous update rollup. (Why does Microsoft think it necessary to name their updates with all the precision of a Zen koa?) The April 2006 update is at Microsoft Support and it has links back to the earlier Update Rollup. This appears to be a bugfix update to a lot of the media functions, such as the TV tuner, channel guide, and teletext.
Symantec reports that there is a new worm that spreads through instant messaging as well as email. The W32.Nugache.A@mm worm, after it tries to spread to your contacts, will also open a backdoor on your computer. Read Symantec's advice. There's also some discussion at the Internet Storm Center.