A "beta" of some sort coming soon.
Microsoft on Thursday provided a lot of clarification about what to expect with Windows 8 on ARM, also known as "WOA."
Microsoft explained a bit more about the power-saving capabilities of Windows 8 and how that works with applications.
Microsoft will hold a Windows 8 Consumer Preview event on Feb. 29 in Barcelona, Spain.
Readers share their thoughts on moving over to Windows 8 on release.
Here's what's in store for Microsoft in 2012.
Consultancy firm Directions on Microsoft has outlined expectations for Microsoft's product roadmap in 2012 and beyond.
It's still a bit fuzzy.
A "secure boot" feature that Microsoft will require of computer makers with Windows 8 continues to draw controversy.
Microsoft MVP Brien Posey takes the server for a spin.
Microsoft has outlined details of its next-generation file system, which will make its debut in Windows Server 8.
Will 10 TB be enough for you?
Here's some tips.
Don Jones sees the writing on the wall and warns IT pros that they better be ready for a Windows future that doesn't feature the normal interface.
Why you won't be making the switch later this year.
It was supposed to be Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer's final shining moment at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show.
Microsoft on Thursday revealed that Windows 8 will have a sophisticated "storage spaces" feature that works with the forthcoming operating system's New Technology File System (NTFS).
A reader shares what is a deal breaker for him with Windows 8.
PC builders Acer and Lenovo are rumored to be planning tablets running Windows 8 on Intel's x86 "Clover Trail" system-on-chip (SoC) silicon for appearance as early as June or July, according to a media report.
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