The price goes up on Feb. 1.
January 31 is the date to remember for those consumers still on the fence about upgrading to Windows 8.
Microsoft's x86-based Surface Pro tablet PCs running Windows 8 will hit retail shelves on Feb. 9 in the United States and Canada, the company confirmed today.
Posey's Tips & Tricks
Brien's back with some more thoughts after spending extensive time with Microsoft's Windows 8 tablet.
The Enterprise Strategy Group described Windows Server 2012 as a "no brainer" for businesses to deploy.
An analyst with financial services company Morgan Stanley downgraded expectations for Microsoft's stock.
Don't call it a security vulnerability.
A Microsoft executive claimed today that 60 million Windows 8 licenses have been sold to date.
The Computer Electronics Show in Las Vegas kicked off on Monday with a keynote address by Dr. Paul Jacobs, chairman and CEO of Qualcomm Inc., but Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer also took to the stage for almost 10 minutes in the limelight.
Dynamic Access Control in Windows Server 2012 can help IT improve file server authorization and authentication by reducing Active Directory groups.
While Microsoft may recommend installing the "Server Core" version of Windows Server 2012, it may not be the right fit for you.
Microsoft offered guidelines for businesses buying new Windows 8 devices, as well as Windows RT machines.
Microsoft announced this week that System Center 2012 Service Pack 1 reached its "release-to-manufacturing" milestone.
Posey's Tips & Tricks
Brien points to Windows 8's metered Internet settings and others as very useful touches Microsoft included in its latest OS.
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.
Readers share whether or not they agree with Doug that Windows 8 really does need a touch screen for optimal use.
There's no longer a firm dividing line between IT and development skills -- especially not with Microsoft System Center 2012. Greg Shields explains why.