Here are seven powerful predictions for Microsoft's future.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Microsoft this week issued four specialized fixes for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 products.
Microsoft outperformed expectations in its fiscal second quarter, largely based on consumer Windows 7 spending, according to an announcement Thursday.
Microsoft changed its licensing for businesses that rent out PCs by announcing an extra, one-time fee for Office and Windows.
- By Anne Watkins
Microsoft and Intel have joined efforts to produce digital signage technology for the retail industry.
Microsoft opened the new year with marketing push designed to wean small-to-medium orgs off older Windows and Office products.
Windows 7 has the potential to become a security target in 2010, according to researchers, although it's held up so far.
- By Jabulani Leffall
Despite some drawbacks, DirectAccess will likely become the preferred remote-access method as Windows 7 becomes more prevalent.
- By Joern Wettern
After only a few months of availability, many are already moving to Windows 7. Here, readers offer tips and best practices for others making the flight away from Windows XP or Windows Vista.
A Microsoft corporate vice president talked about the company's business prospects, including competition with Google, at a Barclays event on Tuesday.
Get the skinny on the benefits and drawbacks of BrancheCache and DirectAccess, arguably the crown jewels of the Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 releases.
A top Microsoft official answered questions about the state of IT spending and Microsoft's product offerings at the Nasdaq OMX 23rd Investor Program on Tuesday.
Readers recount their tales of Windows 7 migration.
- By Readers of Redmond magazine
Windows 7 adds a few cool features, but look, feel and performance are not much different from its predecessor.
- By John Breeden II
A year ago, at the 2008 Professional Developers Conference, Steven Sinofsky earned plaudits when he offered a mea culpa for the mess left by Vista.
- By Michael Desmond