Microsoft is counting on a more Web-based manifestation of Office to keep from looking like a corporate dinosaur next to Web apps from Google and Zoho.
In anticipation of Windows 7 being released into the wild on Oct. 22, here is an up-to-date pictorial guide to the most compelling navigation and networking features of the OS.
Microsoft's Mobile Trouble: Can It Buy Its Way Out?
Microsoft Office is still happily at home at work, dominating enterprise desktops, Forrester reports.
Here we highlight top-selling netbooks, from the (relatively) high end to the under-$300 range.
Netbooks have become popular with consumers, but IT pros say they're simply not ready for the enterprise.
Whether you pay $300 or $500 for a netbook, Microsoft's profits are vulnerable, experts say.
Researcher: Microsoft's online Office apps will appeal to consumers, but businesses have been slow to move to Web-based productivity tools.