Microsoft announced this week that non-Microsoft outlets will be able to start selling Microsoft's Surface tablets soon.
Microsoft is offering a limited-time deal to its Windows 8 Pro customers in which they can add Media Center at no extra cost.
There's no longer a firm dividing line between IT and development skills -- especially not with Microsoft System Center 2012. Greg Shields explains why.
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A consumer marketing firm found that Windows device sales haven't got much of a Windows 8 push so far.
Microsoft today unveiled the prices that it will charge for its Surface tablet-PCs running Windows 8 Pro.
The new head of the Windows business at Microsoft explained Windows 8 to financial analysts today, dropping a few stats along the way.
Forrester Research is seeing some signs that businesses might be slower to adopt Windows 8 compared with its predecessor.
After only using the device for a couple of days, Brien shares some of his initial thoughts on the the Windows RT-based hardware.
The departure of Microsoft Windows Division President Steven Sinofsky this week has generated press rumors, but Sinofsky himself has offered a blanket denial.
Discovered vulnerabilities this early in the software's lifecycle should be neither shocking or unexpected.
Microsoft today announced some coming Windows Azure improvements for organizations engaged in high-performance computing analyses.
A beta of the Microsoft Assessment and Planning Toolkit 8.0 was released this week.
A French security company has claimed that it's found a security issue in Windows 8. Want to find out what it is? You gotta pay first.
This new scheduling is directly associated with Microsoft's decision to embed Flash into Internet Explorer 10.
It's official -- well, sort of. Microsoft has formally changed the "Metro" name used to describe a user interface and an app style for Windows 8 to a new name, "Windows Store app."