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Windows XP users reluctant to part, or to adopt Windows 8

The soon-to-be-retired Windows XP is gaining user share while adoption of Windows 8 and 8.1 stalls.

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Report: Chatter about Nadella's appointment as Microsoft CEO grows louder

The Wall Street Journal says that Microsoft's cloud chief is negotiating the terms of his contract with the company's board.

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Report: Satya Nadella to be named Microsoft CEO; Gates out, too

According to Bloomberg, Microsoft's board will name cloud chief Satya Nadella Microsoft's next chief executive.

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Dell KACE upgrade deploys OS upgrades to 250 devices, simultaneously

With Microsoft killing support for Windows XP in April, Dell is launching a new version of its KACE K2000 deployment appliance.

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Xbox One, holiday sales drive Microsoft to record revenue

Microsoft easily blew away analyst estimates, thanks to its consumer businesses and Surface tablet. But Windows revenues decreased.

New Windows malware tries to infect Android devices connected to PCs

Researchers from Symantec found a Windows Trojan program that uses ADBto install online banking malware on Android devices

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As Microsoft readies Q2 earnings report, non-financial questions swirl

There's uncertain over the future of Windows, Office for iPad, and the company's search for a CEO.

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How to make Microsoft great again, one Nokia phone at a time

Five lessons Microsoft could digest from the business it's about to swallow.

Metro apps infiltrate the desktop in leaked Windows 8.1 Update 1 images

Images from a prolific Windows leaker show Metro apps pinned to the desktop taskbar.

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CIOs tell Microsoft: Take the time you need to pick the right CEO

Microsoft can't afford picking the wrong person as its next CEO, they say

Windows XP still on the way out, but anti-malware support for its users to continue

Microsoft said the decision will assist customers with their migrations away from Windows XP.

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Report: Ford's Alan Mulally says he won't go to Microsoft

The Ford CEO said he wouldn't be leaving, at least not until after 2014

PC makers embrace Windows+Android, but the devil's in the details

OEMs asked for Dual OS devices, says Intel CEO, but will consumers want them?