Windows 8 is Microsoft's most critical launch since 1995 as it unifies mobile and PC computing.
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Looking for the best value Windows 8.1 tablet? Put down the Surface 2 and take a look at the ASUS Transformer Book T100.
A new study decries the persistence of insecure SSL keys. If Microsoft stops supporting those keys in 2014, as they threaten to do (and should!), it could put a lot of users and certificate authorities on the spot.
[Correction: ] One of the October Internet Explorer vulnerabilities wasn't patched until November
My ZDNet colleague, Adrian Kingsley-Hughes, has aired his grievances about Windows PCs and has decided to switch to Macs. But I reckon the root cause of his mid-life computing crisis runs deeper than just the OS.
Is OS X better than Windows? Is it expensive to switch? Is there a cheap way to test-drive OS X before taking the plunge? These are more questions answered.
Virtual desktops have always been a tough sell in business, but now Amazon is giving it a try with its Amazon WorkSpaces. Can Amazon do for the virtual desktop what it already did for the cloud?
All supported versions of Windows, Internet Explorer and Office are affected by various vulnerabilities, one of which is being exploited in the wild. Numerous non-security updates were also released.
After more than two decades of being a dedicated Windows power user, and having invested tens of thousands of hours into mastering the platform, and run versions spanning from 3.0 to 8.1, I've now all but given up on Windows.
The zero-day attack identified by FireEye as a vulnerability in Internet Explorer will, apparently by happy coincidence, be patched Tuesday as part of Microsoft's regular monthly updates.
Microsoft's Corporate Vice President of IE, Dean Hachamovitch, is taking on a new role on an unspecified team at the company.
All supported versions of Microsoft Windows, Office and Internet Explorer are affected by at least one of the eight bulletins. Microsoft also clarified the impact of this week's disclosure of another vulnerability in Windows, Office and Lync.
Microsoft is starting to push the release-to-Web version of IE11 for Windows 7 to users as of November 7.
A law passed in the late 90's to facilitate ecommerce security requires using an ActiveX control, and therefore IE, to shop on Korean sites. Some users hack around the restriction.
It's been two years since first reports of Office for iPad's existence came to light. Are politics or evolving product strategies (or both) to blame for its continued absence?
According to a new report, Microsoft is aiming to sell 16 million Windows tablets this holiday season. Maybe its alleged $405 million retail Windows marketing budget for FY'14 will help.