Microsoft has extended the life of Windows Server 2012, publishing new end-of-support dates.
Organizations running Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 soon will see an end to the timeworn IT tactic of rolling back Windows patches that cause problems.
Microsoft's "convenience rollups" for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1 aren't playing well with some VMware virtual machines (VMs), the two companies warned this week.
Microsoft has announced a fix today for its flawed update, known as "KB3148812".
Windows Server 2012's most annoying feature can be bypassed -- just not in the way that you would expect.
Microsoft is advising organizations running Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) to defer installing its update KB3148812, which was released earlier this week.
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Microsoft isn't shortening its Windows Server 2012 product lifecycle support policies for servers using Intel Skylake processors, but it is shortening them for Windows Embedded 7/8.1 devices using those chips.
Microsoft published a white paper this week describing its roadmap plans for Windows Azure Pack.
Windows 8 passed Microsoft's "extended support" milestone yesterday, which marks its continued use as a potential security hazard.
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Microsoft this week rolled out an update to its Windows RT 8.1 operating system that adds a Start Menu, and not much else.
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