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The next version of Windows Server is at an early stage of development, but some of the new functionality for orchestrating virtualised compute, storage and networking resources on commodity hardware is available for early adopters to test. Here's how it's shaping up.
Although it's still early days, Windows 10 offers a number of interface changes aimed at enhancing usability for business users.
The 'Blue' upgrade to Windows Server 2012, R2, looks much like its predecessor, but there are plenty of changes when you look at the fine detail.
The speculation on the next version of Windows (code-named Blue) is getting out of hand. Based on a few screenshots and one offhand remark from a prominent Windows blogger, one of my colleagues is convinced that the Windows desktop is an endangered species. Nope. Not gonna happen.
Server Manager, the admin console for Microsoft's latest server OS, has a modern-style GUI, and is a one-stop shop for managing devices, tools and services.
Screenie is a lightweight but functional utility for taking screenshots of your Windows desktop. With Screenie, you can instantly crop...
Windows 8 Enterprise includes the tools needed to make a Windows To Go USB drive. Here's how it's done.
The RTM release of Windows 8 Enterprise, which is designed for corporate deployments, shows off a few recent UI tweaks.
Windows Snapshot Grabber can capture window to get Title, Class or Font and Windows Snapshot Grabber can set window as Topmost, Enabled...
Microsoft has done a lot to simplify the server experience in Windows Server 2012 Essentials, which mixes both business and consumer features.
Microsoft's cloud-hosted management platform adds support for mobile devices — including iPhones, iPads and Android — in version 3.0. The Silverlight-driven UI is much the same as before, but it's now easier to see, filter and respond to alerts.
Windows Phone 8, the latest version of Microsoft's mobile operating system, comes with tweaks to the UI, integrated Skype, and a mobile wallet feature. Windows Phone 7 users, however, won't be able to upgrade to the full version
As Windows Server 2012 nears the finishing line, here's an update on the look and feel of the Release Candidate.
Windows Server 8 can be installed with or without a GUI, uses the Metro look-and-feel, and runs the show from the new Server Manager. Find out more in our screenshot gallery.
The Consumer Preview is very close to the final Windows 8 user experience, with new touch gestures and improved support for mouse and keyboard. Our extensive gallery explores the look and feel of Windows' latest incarnation.
This is the first leaked version of Facebook Messenger for Windows.
Windows 8 screenshots and apps were in big demand in 2011.
Microsoft does not give consumers the ability to capture screenshots in Windows Phone, but now you can easily unlock your device for development purposes.
A walkthrough guide of installing and playing with Windows 8 (developer preview) on a touch-screen computer.
Windows 8 Server has a new Metro Start screen, a revamped Server Manager and lots more PowerShell commands. Check out the new look and feel in our gallery.
Windows 8's Metro user interface is a big departure from the traditional recipe of windows, icons, mouse and pointer. Our gallery shows how the Developer Preview is shaping up.
Microsoft officially took the wraps off of Windows 8, unveiling its radically revised new operating system. Take a look.
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