Don't-Miss Windows Stories
Are we headed toward a unified Windows OS? Eventually. But the first steps in that direction are making certain apps common among the various Microsoft platforms.
According to figures from Net Applications, Windows 8's uptake stalled in November; Windows 7 continued to gain ground.
A vulnerability in Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 is exploited with a flaw in Adobe Reader in a new attack, researchers at FireEye said.
Windows RT, Windows Phone, or Windows 8: Not all will survive. But which versions of Microsoft face the axe in the future?
Microsoft Steve Ballmer was convinced to leave Microsoft, according to a report, after he didn't move fast enough to accelerate change.
Microsoft's Skype app may end up filtering out the annoying tap-tap-tap of typing fingers in future revisions.
Although Microsoft may be considering a number of qualified candidates, conventional wisdom says five front-runners are vying to lead the company forward.
Short skirt? Check. Energy beams? Check. Windows logo? Check. Wait, what?
Familiar names are among those in the running to replace Steve Ballmer as chief executive of Microsoft, according to a Reuters report.
Attackers are exploiting security holes found in older versions of Office and Windows, plus current versions of Lync. A fix is available, however.
In a bid to help soldiers transition from the military to civilian life, Microsoft is offering a free IT training for soldiers in the military, plus a job.
Tiles. Files. Apps and Snaps. The update's jam-packed with little things that add up to a big improvement over Windows 8.
Users say they're getting an error message when they try to update to Windows 8.1; Microsoft says it's looking into the matter.
MacBooks continue to outlast PC laptops. But why?
We all know that apps installed while running the preview release of Windows 8.1 need to be reinstalled after upgrading to the final version. But what about apps that just don't work?