It's not all bad, but you can't call it good.
After taking a plunge with Windows 8's modern UI, Microsoft appears ready to let a PC be a PC and a tablet be a tablet.
Big changes in this update include improving the modern UI experience for traditional point, click, and type PC users.
The soon-to-be-retired Windows XP is gaining user share while adoption of Windows 8 and 8.1 stalls.
Live Tiles aren't dead, but they might be hidden in the next version of Windows.
The next refresh of Windows will place more emphasis on desktop-friendliness, and it's said to be right around the corner.
There's uncertain over the future of Windows, Office for iPad, and the company's search for a CEO.
Images from a prolific Windows leaker show Metro apps pinned to the desktop taskbar.
Microsoft said the decision will assist customers with their migrations away from Windows XP.
The latest version of Chrome is a Trojan horse for Chrome OS.