Mac users are almost four times more likely to upgrade to the latest edition of their OS in comparison with Windows users, with nearly a quarter of the most active users of both platforms now using Macs.
New Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella is just entering the honeymoon phase as Microsoft CEO. But if Windows 9 doesn't right Micrsoft's listing ship, don't be surprised if Nadella gets jettisoned for a new CEO.
With the Windows 8.1 update, Microsoft has finally realized it has to make its duelling Desktop and Start Menu interfaces play nice together. Based on the latest leaks, here are six ways it does it.
Microsoft has apparently finally admitted that Windows 8's dueling tablet-PC interface was a mistake, because reports say that in the upcoming 8.1 update Windows will bypass the Start screen and boot straight to the desktop. But will this create an even bigger problem for Microsoft?
Want to use Chrome without buying a Chromebook? Here's a simple way to do it on a Windows machine that will take only a few minutes. You won't get all of Chrome's features, but you will get the most important ones.
Microsoft tried to kill the Desktop in Windows 8, but with Windows 9 the Desktop may well take center stage again. Reports says that the next Windows release, due possibly in the middle of 2015, may make the Desktop more useful than ever.
You're a Windows user and you're about to get your very first OS X Mac this Christmas. Now Apple's shipped new models you've taken the decision to buy. Here's a short guide to help Windows users get to grip with OS X Mavericks and their Mac.
Microsoft's decision to finally bring back a true Start menu to Windows begs the question: Has it finally recognized what a massive mistake it made with Windows 8, or is Microsoft just reluctantly assuaging critics?
Microsoft has finally admitted one part of the problem with its Surface RT strategy: Its naming caused "some confusion" among people who didn't understand the difference between the Surface and Surface RT. But there's a much bigger problem Microsoft refuses to face, one that likely dooms the RT platform to irrelevency.
Will Windows 8 be the savior for PCs? Reports from both Gartner and IDC show that Windows 8 is showing surprising resilience, while sales of Macs are tanking. Is this a one-time blip or the wave of the future?