Microsoft is bullish about the future of Windows 8 and the Surface tablet. Others aren't so sure.
Microsoft will release the Windows 8 operating system later this month. But it may be having trouble ginning up interest in the OS.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer promises Windows 8 will 're-imagine the world from the ground up.'
If you bought a Windows 7 computer on June 2 or later, you can snag a Windows 8 upgrade for $14.99. All others will pay a slightly steeper price.
On Monday Microsoft announced that a Windows 8 upgrade would cost just $39.99 for users running Windows 7, Vista, or XP. And new details about the OS suggest that installing Windows 8 should be a pretty painless process.
Don't let your laziness get the better of you. For every hour your computer stays on, doing nothing, you pay. Instead, switch your computer to hibernation mode when not in use. Your work will be saved, and your energy bill trimmed.
Flame virus has infected more than 1,000 Windows-powered computers across the Middle East, according to reports.