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.
Microsoft announced today that it has rolled out a public test version of its Windows Thin PC software technology.
Microsoft announced the availability of its Windows Intune PC management and security service today.
Microsoft today announced that it is launching a new long-term subscription licensing program for academic institutions.
Mary-Jo Foley takes you inside the metrics Microsoft uses to judge itself.
- By Mary Jo Foley
Microsoft sees next-generation thin clients making a comeback in the enterprise based on its Windows Embedded Standard 7 operating system.
A Microsoft official briefly noted on Thursday that Microsoft is planning two new options for IT organizations using Windows 7 -- but the catch is that Software Assurance (SA) licensing needs to be in place.
Microsoft Wednesday released Service Pack 1 for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 to its equipment manufacturing partners.
Two entries in this month's security update, released Tuesday, blocks Windows 7 users from connecting to VMware's View Connection Servers, according to a VMware security bulletin.
Microsoft mostly beat financial analyst expectations in its fiscal second quarter, reporting overall earnings of $19.9 billion.
Brad Brooks, a Microsoft executive who helped promote Windows 7 to consumers, has signed up for a new marketing role at Juniper Networks.
It's more than the legitimate concerns about cost, compatibility and execution -- it comes down to the role of the operating system itself.
- By Greg Shields
There are a handful of specialized tools that make large-scale Windows 7 deployment much easier than with previous versions. Here's how to use them.
- By Joshua Hoffman