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As the countdown to Windows XP's cutoff continues, the company encourages users to help users to upgrade, but offers no discounts for the new OS.
Satya Nadella knows Microsoft's enterprise business. But we're not IT admins. Here's what we, the people who buy Microsoft products, want to know.
Satya Nadella will indeed carry forward the "devices and services" strategy of his predecessor, but with his own unique spin.
Microsoft has named Satya Nadella its next CEO. The company's cloud and enterprise chief, Nadella will replace Steve Ballmer after a five-month search.
Symantec said retailers running Windows XP-based POS terminals will soon face an increased attack risk.
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According to Net Applications, use of the aging system has actually increased—just months before official Microsoft support is slated to end.
The soon-to-be-retired Windows XP is gaining user share while adoption of Windows 8 and 8.1 stalls.
The Wall Street Journal says that Microsoft's cloud chief is negotiating the terms of his contract with the company's board.
According to Bloomberg, Microsoft's board will name cloud chief Satya Nadella Microsoft's next chief executive.
With Microsoft killing support for Windows XP in April, Dell is launching a new version of its KACE K2000 deployment appliance.
Microsoft easily blew away analyst estimates, thanks to its consumer businesses and Surface tablet. But Windows revenues decreased.
Researchers from Symantec found a Windows Trojan program that uses ADBto install online banking malware on Android devices
There's uncertain over the future of Windows, Office for iPad, and the company's search for a CEO.