Microsoft Windows powers most netbooks today, but several market factors may push Linux into a more competitive position.
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Microsoft hopes to return IE to its past glory with Internet Explorer 8.
In a meeting with financial analysts last week, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer laid out who he thinks are the biggest threats to his company.
Despite pleas from users to stop the confusion and craft one version of Windows 7, Microsoft will offer six.
One of the biggest questions about the recently proposed Microsoft retail stores is what they will look like and what they will look like and what they will sell.
The lion's share of attention about the Windows 7 beta has been on consumer features.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is warning IT organizations that they risk provoking an end user backlash if they don't move off of Windows XP.
Linux had the early lead but doesn't have the marketing might to threaten Microsoft on netbooks, analysts say. Problem is, until Windows 7 arrives, Microsoft's stuck pitching old XP to this new market.
Here are three Microsoft stumbles from the past year that will put more pressure on the company to survive and thrive in 2009.