Microsoft says a planned update to its Windows 8 operating system will be made available for free later this year.
We’ve heard a lot about Microsoft’s next move for Windows — we’ll find out a lot more when a preview version launches next month.
In 1990, Windows 3.0 sold at a then-blistering rate: four million copies in just one year.
New stats on how Windows is doing tell us only so much.
How will cramming full-blown Windows 8 onto even smaller screens help Microsoft’s tablet initiative?
Could Windows 8 eventually catch on? Perhaps it can over time. But Microsoft needs to do a better job of easing people into it
Razer tries to deliver the future of gaming through brute force, and there are unintended consequences.
Microsoft is working with manufacturers to produce a line of small touch-screen devices powered by Windows, apparently intended to compete with 7-inch tablets like the iPad Mini and Amazon Kindle Fire.
A clever e-mail program shows off Microsoft’s new operating system to good advantage.
The next version of Windows may look a little more like…Windows.
Maybe the PC industry, like the TV industry, has entered the era of infrequent upgrades
Later this year, Microsoft will introduce an upgrade to Windows 8, code named Windows Blue. It will be quite an important update to the current version of the company’s PC operating system.