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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.
Trademark dispute or no trademark dispute, the original name isn’t going away.
With Windows 8.1, Microsoft is finally getting there.
The best updates are often the ones that clean up after the alleged blockbusters.
Introducing Windows Red, a next-generation Windows concept designed to please Windows 8 naysayers.