Going from Windows 8 to Windows 10 implies that Microsoft has big plans for the new version of its operating system. Given what we've seen so far, this appears to be the case – but is it really enough to justify skipping Windows 9?
Microsoft has launched what it calls its 'largest-ever open collaborative development' effort to try to ensure its next operating system is what customers want. But has Microsoft really learned from the mistakes of Windows 8?
Mobility and bring-your-own device (BYOD) are transforming the way people work and the way organizations support them. There's more to mobility than simply enabling remote access-and mobile devices are far more than limited-use
Microsoft has quietly stopped serving security updates to Internet Explorer 11 (IE11) on consumer and small business Windows 7 PCs unless the customer has successfully applied an April update for the browser.
With enhanced mobility and work flexibility comes increased security risk. Explore the security implications and capabilities of the major mobile OS platforms and learn more about best practices to fortify security while supporting
As Windows XP continued its decline, users who deserted the obsolete operating system shifted to Windows 7, not the newer Windows 8, more circumstantial evidence that commercial customers, not consumers, now drive PC sales.