Microsoft has sold 200 million copies of Windows 8 in 15 months. That’s not enough to overtake Windows 7’s adoption rate.
Google and VMware are aiming to make DaaS simpler and PC costs lower.
Desperate times could call for desperate measures, apparently.
As more PC makers load Android into their desktops, it might be a good time for Windows developers to become …
The updates seem designed to make the operating system friendlier to desktop users.
The mobile operating system has its sights fixed on the PC market.
Most malware writers treat Windows as the ultimate target; a new wrapper on an existing Trojan inverts that idea, using Windows to infect Android devices.
The second time needs to prove the charm for Microsoft’s tablet-laptop-hybrid thingies.
HP is pushing Windows 7 laptops and desktops as “back by popular demand.” If that doesn’t irritate Microsoft, nothing will.