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The new Surface 3 tablet ditches the ARM-based processor for an Intel Atom chip.
This should be a good sign that consumers are accepting Windows 8.1 while ditching Windows XP.
Acer announces the successor to its Acer Aspire Switch 10, the Acer Aspire Switch 12, which comes with a new Broadwell-Y processor, a larger 12.5" screen with 1080p resolution, more storage and potentially a...
Disk management is an inbuilt feature included in Windows 8.1, 8, 7, & Vista. With this functionality, one can shrink and extend partition....
We expect to hear that Microsoft will charge Windows 7 users a mere $30 tomorrow during its press event.
Microsoft may be simplifying branding to ease consumer confusion.
New Windows and Windows Phone Store policies have forced a large number of apps to be kicked out.
Microsoft is investigating Blue Screen of Death problems related to four recent updates.
Cortana is showing up in Windows 9.
This will be a rather small update.
The next version of Windows will merge three platforms into one.
Microsoft VP Tony Prophet talks about running Modern UI apps in windowed mode.
Update 3 may pave the way for Windows 9 if the new OS is falling behind schedule.
A screenshot from a leaked build reveals the Start Button and Menu.
Is our first taste of Windows 9 just around the corner?
So much for getting this tablet during the summer.
False alarm, people; the Surface Mini is back in production.
Why should Nintendo's DSi XL, Sony's PlayStation Vita, and Nvidia's Shield have all the fun? We take Dell's Windows 8.1-based Venue 8 Pro, powered by an Atom processor, and try turning it into a portable PC...
Many users currently can't upgrade to Windows 8.1.
Microsoft may not sell the Surface Mini.
There's a third update in the works, sources say.
Toshiba is adding a couple more PCs to its back-to-school line of computers.