According to NetMarketShare, a Web tracking and analytics service provided by Net Applications, Microsoft's latest version of Internet Explorer finished off May with 12.0 percent of the worldwide browser market.
Microsoft kicked off the keynote presentation at Computex in Taipei today, offering its hardware partners some reasons why they should stick around.
According to aggregate data collected by StatCounter, Microsoft's latest OS ended May with 33.22 percent of the market.
Numara Software released a new user state migration tool today that's designed to help IT pros with their Windows migration woes.
Free software is now available that enables Internet connections to be shared using Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2 operating systems.
It's only a matter of time before most companies make the move to Windows 7, especially with XP losing support in a few years.
Microsoft today announced that the release candidate version (RC) of its Windows Thin PC (WinTPC) solution is now available for download.
IT organizations appear to be dragging their feet on migrating to Window 7, according to a recent poll by Unisys Corp.
Microsoft indicated late last week that it has sold more than 350 million Windows 7 licenses.
- By Scott Bekker
Microsoft assembled a panel of MVPs, product managers and consultants on Monday to prod those still stuck on Windows XP to move to Windows 7.
Microsoft's MIX 11 fanfare last week included the new IE 10 platform preview, but no mention was made at that time that it won't run on Windows Vista.
The Windows Intune beta will expire on Monday, April 18, Microsoft warned today.
For the first time since its release in October 2009, Windows 7 has surpassed XP in U.S. market share, according to one source.
Microsoft today released a beta of its new Diagnostics and Recovery Toolset 7 (DaRT 7) support tool that can help IT pros remotely fix unbootable PCs.
IT organizations worldwide likely can't escape "the big migration," which means having to upgrade from Windows XP and Office 2003, according to Gartner.