Microsoft is battling with Google to get into consumer electronics gadgets
Iobit's Advanced System Care is packed with useful utilities, as well as an anti-malware component to replace Security Essentials on XP, but it's also visually intrusive.
Don't trust TrueCrypt anymore. Take a look at a few of the options available to you.
Now that TrueCrypt is seemingly gone, here's how to get started with BitLocker, the encryption tool Microsoft built right into many versions of Windows.
You don't need to buy a utility suite. You just need what Microsoft brought to the party, plus a couple of freebies, to keep Windows humming along.
Tired of wading through Microsoft's security updates to find out which ones are relevant? Microsoft has a new tool to help with that.
You can keep your PC in ship-shape by scheduling driver updates, backups and more using Windows' own utilities, plus some other (mostly) free software.
Office Mobile (of course), OneNote, Skype, Yammer and more have iPhone apps that can help you keep working as you move from PC to iPhone and back again.
Microsoft is still selling Windows 7 to Chinese government offices.
If your office is still running Windows XP, you might be violating government regulations.