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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.
Microsoft tells Neowin.net that there is no end-of-life for Windows 7, at least from PC makers.
Windows 8.1 and Xbox arrived. Ballmer's leaving, but he bought part of Nokia first. Just another year in the life of a company struggling to stay relevant.
But you can still find boxed copies if you shop around.
Ford chief executive Alan Mulally says, again, that he's interested in leaving the car maker. Bloomberg reports that Mulally isn't going anywhere through 2014.
Microsoft's investigating an exploit at the kernel level that could give admin rights to an industrious hacker.
Microsoft unveiled a preview app for Windows 8.1, with terrain and several famous world cities (plus Fresno, Calif.) redone in glorious 3D.
IDC is projecting Windows tablets to have a 10.2 percent market share by 2017, increasing from an expected 3 percent this year.