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Windows 10 and public opinion thus far

Launched on July 29th, Windows 10 has been downloaded over 15 million times. From a flexible and open operating system, increased cyber security measures...

Windows 10 upgrade help is here, but enterprises may need a use case for universal apps

IT departments are always slower to start the expensive migration to a new OS, and while Windows 7 does have a looming expiry date, Windows 10 adoption will take time

Move Over, Mobile: Time to Upgrade the PC

Seems the lowly PC has been all but forgotten with all the talk about tablets and smart phones. Here are some tips to keep your PCs in fighting trim

Microsoft to continue supporting XP only in this country

While urging users in markets like Canada and the U.S. to ditch XP, Microsoft has partnered with a local business to keep the OS alive in this nation

Will AV vendors still offer Windows XP updates?

Here's a partial list of some of the antivirus vendors that will likely provide support for Windows XP long after Microsoft's April 8 deadline

Is Microsoft gearing for ‘Windows 9’ release?

Still leery about Microsoft Corp.’s Windows 8 operating system? Some industry watchers, who believe the Redmond, Wash. software firm is eager to get past...

Microsoft at the Threshold

Microsoft's project “Threshold,” would break up the monolithic Windows 8 into three separate Windows versions on the same core code base, according to reports.

Investors favour Mulally, Lawrie for Microsoft CEO post

Ford Motor Co. chief Alan Mulally and Mike Lawrie, CEO of Computer Sciences Corp. are the favoured replacement choices of influential Microsoft Corp. investors...

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