Microsoft will release the beta of Windows 8 in late February, a company official announced yesterday.
Microsoft unveiled details about its forthcoming online store for selling Windows 8 Metro-style applications yesterday.
Windows 8 may have a somewhat lackluster showing when it is rolled out as a product next year, according to a "Top 10 Predictions" report published by IDC this month.
Windows To Go, even in its pre-release state, just seems to perfectly fit with that everywhere-for-everyone mentality that's changing everything about how we do IT.
- By Greg Shields
Microsoft could release a beta of Windows 8 in "late January" or "late February," according to two media reports.
Don Jones clarifies his earlier statements regarding the pending doom of the GUI in Windows Server OSes -- and yes, death is still in the picture.
Brien walks you through the process of creating and running Windows 8 from a bootable USB flash drive.
Microsoft's ostensible plan to support both "Metro-style" and legacy "Desktop" applications on ARM-based Windows 8 tablets may be getting a rethink.
Microsoft today released the fourth version of its Internet Explorer 10 platform preview Web browser prototype.
A report released on Tuesday by Forrester Research found that consumer interest in Windows-based tablets has been declining.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Brien discusses the security issues tangled with remote user access and highlights how Microsoft may be simplifying the process with its upcoming Windows To Go bootable device.
Windows 8 will arrive with a promise to minimize the amount of mandatory restarts needed after the installation of monthly and out-of-band Windows updates.
Microsoft announced voting results from shareholders today at its annual meeting.
Brien walks you through how to get the developer's version of Windows 8 to run on a traditional desktop, touch-enabled desktop and tablet.
Don Jones shares the challenges that one of his clients faced moving to Server Core and how they worked around them.