That is, in total. Windows XP was officially retired earlier this year, and even though users and companies are steadily moving away from this old OS, it still powers a substantial amount of PCs. A new research actually pegs this figure at 8.4% on the desktop front. Security firm Syscon has compiled these newest...

It appears that desktop PCs may get one last hurrah. Windows XP is finally fading away, and with mere months remaining between official retirement of the operating system, Microsoft has amped up efforts to convince users and businesses on making the move to a newer version of Windows. A similar script was written a...

The fact that tablets are here to dominate is crystal clear by now, with many analysts already predicting that the slates are going to eat more and more into the market share of traditional PCs. If anything, the recent decline of sales figures of desktop and notebook computers is proof enough. But there are some...

Tablets are encroaching on all other computing devices Tech solution provider, Skava has a new study on tablet computers, and there are a few findings that stand out and are relevant to Windows 8 and its new Metro interface. The first is that tablet use is growing at a rate of 50% year on year. This makes it the...

Windows 8 hardware announcements have started to unveil a pretty clear picture, at least in my mind. We’ve seen laptop/tablet hybrids, touch laptops, touch all-in-ones and even massive tablets that 20-inches in size and can also turn in to an all-in-one. How many memorable desktop towers have you seen? None, right? If...