Microsoft announced Monday that there are now a billion active machines running the Windows 10 operating system. However, this goal was reached two years later than expected.
At the end of October, the world’s most widely used desktop operating system was Windows 7 from Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ: MSFT) with nearly 56% share. Since August, when Microsoft’s latest...
The new Windows 10 operating system attempts to win over traditional PC enthusiasts by making a number of the annoying features of Windows 8 disappear bringing back the much beloved start menu.
Sales of Windows Phone just didn’t cut the mustard after expected synergies from Microsoft's $7.6 billion acquisition of Nokia simply failed to materialize.
Microsoft has announced that it will ship the next version of its Windows operating system, Windows 10, on Wednesday July 29.
Microsoft's new CEO, Satya Narayana Nadella, has started to shift the company's core business toward the cloud. For the time being, he has been successful.
Despite its part in an industry that has been undermined by smartphones and now wearables, Lenovo has the global market share lead and likely will not give it up.
Windows 10 will be available in the native languages of Sri Lanka, Madagascar, Hungary and Haiti. China may be important, but Microsoft does not plan to leave any stone unturned.
As investor anxiety about Intel's revenue rises, new research claims that personal computer (PC) sales will falter this year.
24/7 Wall St. has compared the new MacBook to the Surface Pro 3, including some of the tech specs and user features.
Short sellers have moved out of Microsoft in droves. Perhaps they believe the turnaround engineered by new CEO Satya Nadella has started to take hold.
Satya Nadella may be the CEO of Microsoft, but the fingerprints on the company's most recent quarterly results belong to former CEO Steve Ballmer.
The news that Microsoft has unveiled its next version of Windows did not exactly command the same amount of fanfare as past operating system releases.
Will the market buy into the vision of Microsoft's new CEO enough to keep the stock rising?
In what is likely to become a major challenge to Microsoft Windows and Google Android, China will release its own operating system.