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Even though Microsoft is no longer as ubiquitous in our computing lives as it once was, it could be argued the company is stronger than ever before. We're at the penultimate point in our quitting project: can you live without Redmond?
As Microsoft Edge adoption increases, critical extensions are starting to show up for the promising new browser. We spotlight ten of them.
Yes, it's a Microsoft rant. But it's a Microsoft rant with potentially dangerous but workable advice.
With devices more compelling than Apple's, a new partnership with Linux, and a very strong cloud strategy, Microsoft is back, and better than ever.
The many failings of Google's operating system have already been fixed in Microsoft's Windows 10 Mobile ecosystem. Could Redmond possibly have the upper hand after all in future mobile wars?
LinkedIn has enormous value as the store house of professional relationships. Here's what Microsoft needs to do to preserve that value, especially when it comes to Microsoft's competitors.
It's often easy to blame Microsoft for every flaw and failing in our Windows update experience. The fault, dear reader, may not be in the updates, but in our own installs.
Given some of the challenges Evernote has been facing recently, Microsoft has a prime opportunity to provide OneNote as a compelling substitute -- if the company makes migration easy and seamless.
Despite the decline in the desktop market and Microsoft's challenges with Windows 8, the company is still a force to be reckoned with. Here are ten reasons why.