Don't-Miss Windows Stories
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.
A note on the MSDN Windows Phone Developer Center website reveals that only Windows Phone 8 users will get in-app purchases.
Microsoft is seeking engineers and managers to build the "next generation" of Surface devices.
Microsoft has apparently done away with shortcuts to the traditional Windows desktop, leaving users with no choice but to use the formerly-known-as-Metro interface.
Several iPhone rivals appear to be gearing up to release revamped smartphones before Apple's expected announcement this fall.
Ultrabook laptops, games, and HDTVs are likely to be hot this holiday season. And it's not too early to prepare for Black Thursday. Here's the lowdown.
"Metro" is more than a catchy name. The unique interface of Windows 8 is separate from the traditional desktop interface, and it needs a unique brand.
PCWorld Editors discuss the Windows 8 final release, important Windows 8 dates and how the PCWorld Labs tests gear. We also talk about some gaming news, including Mechwarrior Tactics and Star Wars: The Old Republic going free to play.
Microsoft froze the code for its revamped operating system on Wednesday, and by Thursday an apparently pirated version was found online.
Microsoft today announced that it's wrapped up Windows 8 and declared that the operating system has met the "release to manufacturing" (RTM) milestone.
Microsoft completes its boldest, but riskiest version of Windows, and releases it to PC builders.