Don't-Miss Windows Stories
Procrastination pays! Microsoft really, really wants you off XP and is willing to pay for your cooperation.
And that's BEFORE Microsoft discontinues Windows XP security support on April 8.
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.
Unfortunately, that $50 can't go to the purchase price of the new PC you need to buy to get the gift card.
Bing could be the revenue vehicle that will make Windows with Bing low-cost or free, according to a leak of the installer.
The company is looking at digital ink, voice commands, gestures and immersive capabilities to play a big role in that Office edition.
Even Start menu diehards should give these winners a try.
The F-Secure H2 2013 Threat Report also cites government surveillance and Android malware as growing threats.
Believe it or not, this will be a legitimate message from Microsoft. Although we can't blame you if you don't click.
Windows XP still reigns as the most popular PC OS in the nation
An expert questions Microsoft's strategic sense, calls XP upgrades a shakedown worthy of the 'Sopranos.'
The rootkit works on 32-bit and 64-bit Windows versions and protects the malware's components from being deleted.
A Microsoft spokesman says that while Microsoft loves the services included on the Nokia X, the future is Windows Phone.