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.
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
Microsoft opened the new year with marketing push designed to wean small-to-medium orgs off older Windows and Office products.
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.
Despite some drawbacks, DirectAccess will likely become the preferred remote-access method as Windows 7 becomes more prevalent.
- By Joern Wettern
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.
Readers recount their tales of Windows 7 migration.
- By Readers of Redmond magazine
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.
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