A beta of the Microsoft Assessment and Planning Toolkit version 7.0 was released last week.
Microsoft explained this week that it has updated its venerable CHKDSK utility for Windows 8.
An attorney at Mozilla suggested on Wednesday that Microsoft may be moving into antitrust territory by effectually restricting browser choice on Windows RT.
Microsoft described what's to come with Remote Desktop Services (RDS) when Windows Server 2012 rolls out.
Microsoft on Thursday further clarified the status of its Media Center consumer entertainment application in the forthcoming Windows 8 operating system.
Considering buying a SAN? Stop what you're doing. The world of storage is about to change and its future lies in a surprisingly familiar protocol: the Server Message Block (SMB).
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Microsoft plans to abandon its "Windows Live" nomenclature over the next few months as it prepares to roll out Windows 8.
Microsoft announced yesterday that it plans to release another test version of Windows 8, called a "release preview," in the first week of June.
According to independent experts, licensing for Windows 8 Enterprise virtual desktops may end up costing you more and/or bring new restrictions.
Microsoft explained today how devices running Windows RT, or Windows 8 on ARM hardware, can be used for both personal and business purposes.
Microsoft today announced that its code-named Windows Server 8 solution now has the official product name of "Windows Server 2012."
Microsoft named the upcoming editions of Windows 8 on Monday, both for x86/x64 machines and ARM devices.
Research firm Gartner is projecting that tablets running any version of Windows OS will make up 4.1 percent of all media tablets sold this year.
The world of cross-device computing inched closer with the release today of a new "Win8 Metro Testbed" connection solution from Splashtop Inc.
Microsoft today released "user experience virtualization" and application virtualization beta tools that will be part of its Desktop Optimization suite for IT pros.