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Microsoft extends Windows XP's stay September 27, 2007 Customers, not quite ready for Vista, persuade the company to allow PC makers to keep selling XP for an additional five months.
The XP alternative for Vista PCs September 21, 2007 Microsoft is quietly telling PC makers they can offer a Windows XP "downgrade" to customers buying systems preloaded with Vista.Image: Lenovo's XP 'downgrade' program
PC buyers aim to cut the 'crapware' April 26, 2007 Following the lead of businesses, some consumers are wiping their systems clean and starting over, but it's not always easy.
PC makers climb onboard with Vista January 30, 2007 As expected, the PC industry is ready with new Vista computers after years of delays. But the immediate impact on the PC market could be muted.
Vista debut hits a delay March 21, 2006 Microsoft puts back release date, meaning PCs with the Windows update won't go on sale in time for the holidays.
The balance sheet on Windows Vista October 29, 2007 The OS is chugging along on strong PC sales and antipiracy efforts, but Microsoft still faces some grumbling and a long haul in corporate sales.
Who wants or needs 64 bits? March 6, 2006 Desktops with 64-bit processors have been available for two years, but you could still be first on your block to get one.
Five reasons not to fear a $200 Linux PC January 24, 2008 A rash of supremely affordable PCs preloaded with Linux has hit mainstream retail stores. And trying one is not as risky a proposition as you might think.Photos: Three sub-$200 Linux PCs
DVD dispute burns at PC makers September 29, 2005 Dell, Hewlett-Packard assail Intel, Microsoft, which have lined up in the opposite next-generation format camp.
Is Windows Me for you? September 14, 2000 The new operating system, which even Microsoft concedes offers fairly minor improvements over previous editions, is significant as it provides a glimpse into Microsoft's future.
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