Sure, Windows 8.1 may be more about refinement than revolution, but it has some killer tweaks to entice users to check it out.
Microsoft has released its Windows 8.1 beta as a disk image, making it more convenient to upgrade multiple devices within an organization or enterprise.
The slew of announcements at Build 2013 show that Microsoft is taking its commitment to the Windows Store seriously.
Microsoft added this much-needed option to the Windows 8.1 update. Here's how to enable it.
Windows 8.1 changes a lot about the core Windows 8 experience, but it can be so much better if Microsoft adds just a bit more.
Tales of installation woes drive home the point: Back up your system before trying out Windows 8.1.
Microsoft focused much of its Build conference keynote on Windows 8.1; meanwhile, the company dug deeper into Windows 8.1's business-oriented features at TechEd Europe.
Windows 8.1 Preview shows much-improved internal apps, and the Windows Store is much friendlier and more filled-out than it used to be.
Some of Windows 8.1's more useful tweaks occur behind the scenes.
Ready to try Windows 8.1? Here's what you need to know.