Don't-Miss Windows Stories
Microsoft gives the green light for users to download an update that it had asked users to uninstall a week ago. But it's not as simple as all that.
Support for the 13-year-old operating system lives on without Microsoft's blessing.
And that's a good thing.
After October, there will be no way to buy a Windows 7 PC and nothing but Live Tiles on the horizon. Unless Microsoft, as widely anticipated, announces Windows 9.
A Windows 9 technical preview will likely be available to give developers and enthusiasts a chance to try out the operating system's new pro-desktop features.
The virtualization application will support Apple's latest release while offering improved performance for many common tasks.
German-language site Mobile Geeks recently uncovered specs on the HP Stream 14. It looks nice, but can it run Windows well enough?
Microsoft has pulled the links to its August update for Windows 8.1 and recommends that users uninstall it. If you've already downloaded the updates, however, there is a fix.
A report from ZDnet says Microsoft is almost ready to make the shift away from Windows 8.
The flaws could allow attackers to access data stored on BlackBerry phones or sensitive credentials logged on servers
The security patches released by Adobe include one affecting Adobe Reader that's being exploited by attackers.
The Windows 9 reports keep filing in and boy oh boy does this upcoming release sound the like modern OS Windows fans have been waiting for.
Exploit code for the flaws was released Tuesday