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Windows RTM is now shipping to device makers -- here's what's changed.
Selling the Surface tablet for a mere $200 could be a winning strategy for Microsoft.
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Microsoft released nine new security bulletins for Patch Tuesday, and Adobe piled on with security fixes of its own to make for a busy week for IT admins.
Microsoft today said that Windows RT, the spin-off of Windows 8, has been completed and will power ARM processor-equipped tablets and PCs from Asus, Dell, Lenovo and Samsung.
In a blog post Monday, Microsoft named four Windows RT hardware makers.
Businesses can take advantage of the $40 Windows 8 upgrade, or subscribe to Windows InTune and get Windows 8 thrown in.
Next week's regular security update will address at least 14 vulnerabilities, including four in Internet Explorer and some for enterprise services.
Analysis: Everybody calls Microsoft a software company, but of course Microsoft makes hardware, too.
So you think you can salvage Windows 8 Metro? Then join Cringely as he proposes new names for the upcoming OS.
The next Windows needs something memorable or catchy that can help Microsoft's new design aesthetic to outlive its legacy.
Microsoft is preparing to open an additional dozen pop-up stores across the country, just in time for the holidays.
When I attended TechEd 2012 in Amsterdam at the end of June, the Windows To Go session was likely the most attended session all day. And it's easy to see why.
Windows Essentials Movie maker upgrades video stabilization, sound editing, and titling. Win Essentials Photo Gallery gets a new auto-collage feature.