Microsoft is aiming to make a "technology preview" of Windows 9, aka Threshold, available to anyone interested this fall.
Microsoft plans to do more than just reintroduce a Start menu to make Windows 9, aka "Threshold," more appealing to Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7 users.
Microsoft is working to include new features in the next version of Windows specifically aimed at desktop users. Here's the latest on its plan.
Commentary: If super high-resolution screens are arguably unnecessary for your 65-inch TV, they're just about useless for your 5.5-inch phone.
On Tuesday, Microsoft will offer details about the next version of Windows. Much of what really matters, says ZDNet's Mary Jo Foley, lies in how Redmond is building, testing and updating the OS.
Microsoft is expected to reveal details of Windows 9 at its Build conference in April this year, with an expected release in April 2015.
Microsoft's Windows team may share its high-level plans for its next-generation Windows "Threshold" release at its upcoming Build developers show, according to a new sourced report.
Redmond's wave of spring 2015 updates to its various Windows-based platforms has a code name: Threshold.
Microsoft may be gearing up to launch new Surface Pro 4 tablets, two new Lumia premium phones, the next iteration of its fitness band and maybe more in October.
A new feature in iOS 9 helps squeeze every ounce of energy out of your iOS device's battery.