2013 was a busy year for Microsoft, from Ballmer's retirement announcement to product action involving Windows, Surface, and Office 365. Here's what to do in 2014.
The Windows 8.1 update was a big story for PC users, but it wasn't the only thing to land on our list of most-read stories for 2013.
Steve Ballmer's retirement leaves his still-unnamed successor a busy agenda and battles on many fronts.
From entertainment offerings to e-reading tools to apps that bask in 'One Microsoft' synergies, these are the apps you should install on your new tablet right now.
Take a look back at an eventful year for Microsoft in this video report.
Microsoft struggled to stay relevant in the world of desktop and mobile computing, but its games division continued to achieve success. In this year in review we’ll take a look at the Microsoft stories of 2013.
Start off right with solid security tools, productivity software, and other programs that every PC needs.
Windows 8.1 PCs that also run Android should 'scare the heck' out of Microsoft, says analyst
All of Windows' customization options, all in one place.
Microsoft's support of Windows XP is ending. So are Windows 7 sales. And Windows 8 doesn't cut it. It's time to consider alternatives to the long-venerated OS.
After a dozen years, Windows XP is ready to retire, and Microsoft promises to cut off tech support and security updates soon.