Microsoft this week released a cumulative update to Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012.
Upgrade copies of Windows 8 Pro for x86/x64 systems can now be preordered from various retail outlets.
Microsoft now sees itself as a "devices and services company," according to CEO Steve Ballmer.
Microsoft released Windows Server 2012 Essentials to its hardware manufacturing partners today.
Microsoft's choice to store passwords in plain text format may give attackers easy access to your system.
Microsoft Cofounder Paul Allen has published a favorable, but critical, review of Windows 8.
Brien runs through some of the issues he's run into with Redmond's updated licensing policies.
F5 Networks today announced a forthcoming network virtualization product in collaboration with Microsoft.
The IE vulnerability incident presents Microsoft with a perfect occasion to brag about the new security features hitting Windows 8 and Internet Explorer 10.
A recent Enterprise Strategy Group survey has found that 90 percent of respondents plan to deploy Windows Server 2012 in the next two years.
Microsoft last week issued the release candidate test version of its User Experience Virtualization tool.
Microsoft confirmed today that Windows RT ARM-based devices will be sold with a free "preview" edition of Office Home and Student 2013 RT preinstalled.
Microsoft last week released a software utility that lets IT pros manage Windows Server 2012 from their desktops.
While some IT pros look forward to the pending release of Windows 8, many have misgivings about the new UI. Here are the critiques of the reviewers who matter most: Redmond readers.