The first major Windows 8 update is mostly focused on refinements to the operating system’s radically new interface.
ZDnet’s Mary Jo Foley on the possibility that Microsoft may undo some of its Windows 8 decisions: smart!
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.
Could Windows 8 eventually catch on? Perhaps it can over time. But Microsoft needs to do a better job of easing people into it
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The story of Dell’s proposed buyout tells us a lot about the challenges of the PC industry in general.
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.
As planned, the $39.99 upgrade deal will come to an end on February 1.
It’s $499, with 32GB of storage. Or $599 if you want one with the slick keyboard cover. And $699 for a 64GB model with the cover.
Those are the answers that tech watchers have been seeking since Microsoft announced its Surface …