During its Thursday earnings announcement, Microsoft's chief financial officer said the company was working with hardware makers"on a new suite of small touch devices powered by Windows."
Companies make mistakes, but sometimes there’s an opportunity to change course and reverse the damage. Windows Blue can be that opportunity for Microsoft.
If you're an active user of Outlook, SkyDrive, Office Web Apps, or other Microsoft services, you may want to add two-step verification for an extra layer of security.
A new development version of Windows 8.1, aka Windows Blue, was leaked this week on P2P sites.
Dell remains committed to Microsoft's Windows RT, despite the poor market reception to the OS and a decline in prices of related tablets.
A patch that shipped earlier this week has crashed customer's PCs and crippled machines with endless reboots.
Even if Windows XP's retirement won't stem the dramatic drop in PC sales, Microsoft is likely to reap more revenue from the disappearance of XP than will system builders, as many customers will do in-place upgrades to Windows 7 on current hardware.
A year from now, Microsoft will stop supporting the archaic Windows XP operating system. Make haste in migrating to another OS.
There are only two Critical security bulletins this month, but a recently discovered Internet Explorer zero day remains vulnerable.
In just one year, on April 8, 2014, Microsoft will stop delivering security updates for Windows XP, the second most popular operating system in the world.