Trouble on the desktop leads to a drastic change in workflow–and it turned out okay.
Let’s not conflate constructive criticism with hyperbole.
A bunch of other cool apps will be available, too.
How a theoretically minor upgrade portends an entire company’s new direction.
Welcome back, Start button (sort of). Welcome back.
On Thursday, Microsoft will release Windows 8.1, a free update for Windows 8 users. But what happens after that?
The new test version of Chrome looks a lot like Google’s browser-based operating system.
The infamous error message is now a rarity.
Fall’s most anticipated PC, console and handheld video games (not including PlayStation 4 and Xbox One titles) are nearly here.
The first serious tablet version of the check-in app is here.
Summer’s most anticipated PC, console and handheld video games are nearly here.
There need to be more obvious arguments for adopting Microsoft’s new software.