Windows 7 News
Xplore's new XC6 DMSR tablets may break the bank, but can take 7-foot drops and remain submerged in water read more »
These tips and tools can help you keep your smartphone close, and protect your data if it strays read more »
NEC's face-recognition technology is being rolled out as an enterprise security solution read more »
Last minute tweaks made to $7.2 billion acquisition read more »
Microsoft is now in the smartphone business, with models for both Windows Phone and Android read more »
Microsoft fails to eradicate 2001 browser read more »more news ..
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Windows 7 In Depth
But the more Microsoft pushes change, the more enterprises will resist read more »
Microsoft is paying some developers to port apps to the Windows Store read more »
In 1964, mainframes weren't new, but IBMs' System/360 revolutionised the computer industry read more »
Migrating to the next Windows OS; what to choose? read more »
On 8th April 2014, support for Windows XP will come to an end. Is your business ready? read more »
Company's Q4 financials illustrate the hit Ballmer's strategy takes on gross margins read more »more in depth ..
Windows 7 Slideshows
Latest beta of Canonical's Linux smartphone system shows the outlines of a possible winner. read more »
Quick steps to improved ID and security management read more »
From geronimo to Tomcat to Hadoop read more »
QuickConnect and XpressConnect offer cloud-based methods to automate BYOD client configuration and connection read more »more slideshows ..
The countdown begins for Window XP read more »
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