Recall that dreaded feeling? Yup, the one caused by the Blue Screens of Death (BSOD) error screens that showed up as a result of problems on Windows workstations. Windows XP was particularly notorious for this, and is widely regarded as the version of Windows with the highest average amount of BSOD errors — mostly due...

Microsoft has been busy convincing users new and old to upgrade to the Windows 8 platform by showing off several of the new features of its latest operating system. But while the global market share of the new OS is continually growing, Windows 7 (and to a lesser extent Windows XP) have been rather slow to drop users....

Whichever side of the fence you are on, it is hard to deny that apps are the most prominent addition to the Windows platform in recent memory. Windows 8 lives and breathes these modern apps. In fact, Microsoft itself continues to bet big on the Metro UI of Windows 8, promising future improvements and enhancements to...

Statistics sure do have a consoling, comforting and reassuring side to them. While the days of frequent program crashes are behind us, applications still do give up on users and crash every now and then. Every now and then as in 1.85 times per week on average. This is according to the latest report published by...

It is not particularly easy classifying the most reliable Windows computers that are on the market right now, what with all the variables involved, but that is not stopping Soluto from trying. The research firm (and software developer) has just published its new report. Titled ‘Soluto’s PC Purchasing Guide for Small...

It just had to be it. In a report released by Soluto, the app that crashes the most on Microsoft’s latest OS is none other than its file manager. While Windows 8 was developed from the grounds up to be the most stable (as well as faster) version of Windows to date, latest statistics reveal that the operating system...