Don't-Miss Windows 7 Stories
It's the end of an era, as OEMs will soon end production of PCs with Windows 7 Home Basic, Home Premium and Ultimate pre-installed.
Windows 7 still has years of life ahead before it follows Windows XP into the graveyard.
Windows 8 haters can continue to buy PCs pre-loaded with WIndows 7 beyond 2014, but they'll have to splurge on a business machine.
What's old is new again on a handful of HP desktops and laptops.
Once Microsoft flips the switch to turn off XP support, your already vulnerable systems and data will become even riskier and costlier to maintain. Upgrading Windows is the key to preventing serious problems.
Windows' Library feature lets you transform the chaos of far-flung files into clean, centralized organization.
Microsoft tells Neowin.net that there is no end-of-life for Windows 7, at least from PC makers.
A report released Monday claims that Microsoft will bring back an optional Start menu (not page) within the next major Windows update. Will Windows 8's Start page be banished?
But you can still find boxed copies if you shop around.
Whether you've already upgraded from XP or you're still preparing to, your business can reap some solid benefits from Windows 7 and 8 by following some simple procedures. Here's how.