It often pays to wait before installing new versions of your system software and applications.
The software giant has been discussing Windows 7 sales quite a bit lately, even as it gears up for the release of Windows 8 later this year.
Looks like the Xbox One trumps the PS4 when it comes to media skills. Now if only the price would come down a bit.
Microsoft offers a free 90-day evaluation version of Windows 8.1 Enterprise edition just as it did with Windows 8.
Many, but not all, people who upgraded to Windows 7 over the weekend say it was easy as pie. Read on to find out what CNET readers thought of the upgrade experience.
Upgrading to the next version of Windows just got cheaper: Microsoft knocked down the upgrade price to $39.99, and throws in Media Center, too.
Efficient file management requires the ability to navigate quickly between folders and files. A few tweaks to Windows 7 Explorer's settings and a handful of keyboard shortcuts make it easy to navigate your machine's gigabytes of stored data.
CEO Steve Ballmer says the milestone, which the company expects to reach, would make "Windows the most popular single system."