When I attended TechEd 2012 in Amsterdam at the end of June, the Windows To Go session was likely the most attended session all day. And it's easy to see why.
Your nagging Windows license questions, answered.
The first 801.11ac chipsets are coming soon, but 802.11n is likely to stick around for many years to come -- both in the business world and our homes.
Windows Live is no more. Long live Microsoft Account.
Linux got there first, but does Windows do it better?
Analysis: Love Apple hardware but hate Mac OS X? Running Windows on your Mac sounds like the perfect option.
Windows 8 will get better crash-detection features, a 3G/Wi-Fi/WWAN Cost Limiter, and (gasp!) a taskbar with multimonitor support.
Windows 8 is coming in 2012: Here's an early look at 10 major new features and areas of improvement.