A new book describes Microsoft's Windows 95 product push that later led to antitrust problems with the U.S. government.
Microsoft released an out-of-band patch for its Web browser earlier this week.
Microsoft on Monday released an out-of-band fix for a zero-day use-after free memory vulnerability in its Internet Explorer Web browser.
The recently discovered IE zero-day vulnerability has been overlooked by this month's Microsoft security update.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced two settlements that it made last week with Google after a year-and-a-half review.
While popular browsers like Firefox and Internet Explorer have done a lot of changing over the past six years, bookmarking features have done little to change their cumbersome nature.
A Microsoft-funded study described "hidden costs" for organizations that use multiple browsers.
December's security update arrived today with five "critical" bulletins and two "important" items that affect all versions of Windows, including its newest Windows 8 and Windows RT.
Microsoft will be finishing off 2012 with a monthly security update that addresses 11 vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer, Microsoft Exchange Server, Office and Windows.
Microsoft is working on issuing future update releases for its Forefront Threat Management Gateway and Unified Access Gateway products.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced that a "release preview" test version of Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 can now be downloaded.
Microsoft's first security update after the release of its newest OS features three "critical" bulletin items that address 4 reported issues for Windows 8 and Windows RT.
This new scheduling is directly associated with Microsoft's decision to embed Flash into Internet Explorer 10.
A new management tool from Browsium aims to give IT pros greater control in a mixed-up multibrowser world.
From hardware to device management to security to IE 10 oddities, here's an in-depth look at what you should be aware of when Microsoft rolls out Windows 8 later this week.
Starting on Friday, Microsoft's bonanza of software and hardware relases begin.
Microsoft announced today that it plans to support Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 7 and will release a "preview" next month.
According to the Association of National Advertisers (ANA), Internet Explorer 10's Do Not Track" (DNT) setting will adversely hurt the quality and quantity Internet content.
Microsoft is readying what it calls a "Fix it" for the Internet Explorer zero-day flaw that surfaced earlier this week.
Security software firm Sophos is apologizing after a recent update to its antivirus software resulted in the software incorrectly categorizing its update utility as harmful in Windows machines.