That's a big tablet.
Exactly two years after its launch, Windows 7 has now become the world's most popular operating system.
Right after HP revealed that it's keeping the PC division under the same roof, the company revealed plans for a Windows 8 tablet and ultrabooks.
The Free Software Foundation (FSF) has initiated a campaign against the Secure Boot feature in Windows 8.
The first ultrabook is slated to arrive this Sunday, October 16, for $899.99 USD, and is already listed for pre-ordering on Amazon.
Microsoft gave CEO Ballmer a bonus that doubled his compensation package for fiscal 2011, but it was still only half of what he could have been awarded.
This is the Microsoft I thought was locked up in history: The company sparked broad interest in the user model that will be introduced with Windows 8 and will largely rely on the new Metro GUI environment. Is it innovative enough to save the PC?
Your old PC that came with Windows Vista will still run Windows 8 quite well. In fact, all you need is an old Intel Atom netbook with 1GB of RAM.