A survey has shown that companies are in no rush to abandon Windows 7 and upgrade to the latest version of the operating system. The world’s most popular desktop OS is good enough for many, it appears.
The time is now. Windows 7 still looms large for Microsoft, with the world’s most popular operating system pretty much the biggest, and only, hurdle for widespread adoption of Windows 10. Which, as a matter of fact,
A strategy that has already backfired for Microsoft may be at play again! There are reports that the software titan is forcing upgrades to Windows 10 on some PCs. Without user authorization. This story cites a number
Half a billion in damages for a botched Windows 10 upgrade? I’ve heard worse! It looks like forced upgrades to the latest version of its operating system are still causing problems for Microsoft. The company has been
End of the line! Microsoft has decided that it is time to be done with the free assistive technologies upgrade for Windows 10 users, and the deal is coming to an end soon. Like, December 31 soon.
Or more specifically, March 31, 2018. Microsoft made a generous offer to buyers of the Windows 10 S powered Surface Laptop, in announcing that they will be able to switch to Windows 10 Pro for free. Till
All is well that ends well? Only this one did not have that much of a happy ending. Microsoft has made the decision to finally bring forced Windows 10 upgrade to an end. Forced, aggressive, what have
The mainstream support for Windows 7, the most popular operating system on the desktop, ended this week. Which means the platform will not be getting any new features. Free support for the operating system is also not
At the recent BUILD Conference, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer announced that newly-released Windows 8 sold 4 million copies within four days of its October 26, 2012 launch. At first blush, this is a great number and certainly nothing
Windows 8 is a dramatic change, that much no one is arguing. There is a lot to like about Windows 8, and there are other things that aren’t so certain. Bridging the gap between a mobile OS