Windows 8 is Microsoft's most critical launch since 1995 as it unifies mobile and PC computing.
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A large number of updates which do not address security issues have also been released, affecting all versions of Windows still under mainstream support.
Microsoft's Windows Embedded team seemingly has a new name, and may be expanding to have a broader charter.
On Patch Tuesday, Microsoft will issue an update that removes support for TLS/SSL and other digital certificates that use MD5 hashes.
In an unusual development, the company has updated the Security Bulletin Advance Notification for February 2014 to add two new updates to Windows.
This Patch Tuesday will see just five updates and just two critical. Every version of Windows is affected.
Microsoft has begun testing its second update to its Visual Studio 2013 tool suite and is readying an update to Windows Embedded Compact 2013 that provides VS 2013 integration.
Among the measures proposed by the data security branch of GCHQ to cut risks after Windows XP support ends is a block on government workers with the OS remotely accessing the network.
The Microsoft board has made sure that how much its new CEO will earn is directly proportional to how the company performs.
Windows XP may still be the second most popular OS worldwide, but Australians have already moved on from it a lot faster than US and UK computer users.
Microsoft's newly minted CEO Satya Nadella talked up Microsoft's role as a software maker, as much as a devices and services one, in his first public speech.
Windows XP support is about to be cut off, and a lot of businesses aren't ready. This guide looks at the options available for organizations that are migrating — as well as the challenges facing those that can't (or won't) take the leap.
Malicious Windows program sometimes mess with Chrome settings without telling the user. Chrome will now detect this and offer to revert to defaults.
As information begins to emerge about Windows 9, and the venerable Windows XP finally approaches the end of its extended support lifetime, we examine the long and complex history of Microsoft's operating system.
With Windows XP entering the final few weeks of official support, Microsoft executive Jay Paulus offers his take on the OS and explains why it's high time to move.
Microsoft support for Windows XP expires in April 2014. Tech Pro Research's recent survey uncovered future plans of organizations that use the venerable OS.