Don't-Miss Windows 8 Stories
Bing could be the revenue vehicle that will make Windows with Bing low-cost or free, according to a leak of the installer.
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.
The mysterious Windows 8.1 with Bing build that popped up last week is Microsoft's experiment in subsidizing Windows with services, sources say.
Julie Larson-Green, who now runs Surface and Xbox, takes a lower-level job with the group responsible for Office
Calculations show that between 165 million and 184 million copies of Windows 8 are being used to access the Web.
Changes to the user interface will make it easier to hold onto your input devices. Microsoft will also loosen the hardware spec to allow for lower-cost gear.
Boot-to-desktop also to become standard for non-touch PCs, according to anonymous source.
Recent enhancements include high-resolution satellite views.
Sure, Metro isn't great for getting things done, but a Microsoft designer says that's the entire point.
Ready to upgrade from Windows XP? Here are some tips to making that transition seamless.
License sales lag behind Windows 7, but are ahead of Windows Vista.
It's not all bad, but you can't call it good.
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Big changes in this update include improving the modern UI experience for traditional point, click, and type PC users.
Live Tiles aren't dead, but they might be hidden in the next version of Windows.