Popular Windows Articles for 2008
During this series we've gone through most of what I would deem the fun stuff (shopping) and the slightly more difficult stuff (assembly). Now we're at the last leg and[...]
Just like the industry came out in droves with an answer to Asus' diminutive Eee PC, so MSI has responded with its own (fatter) version of the Eee Box. [...]
Business Week is reporting that a number of large businesses are considering skipping Vista entirely, staying with XP until Windows 7 arrives in less than three years.
Microsoft has released Service Pack 3 for Windows XP
Microsoft has released XP SP3 to Windows update, which means users no longer have to hunt all around the Internet to get it.
While Intel has put out test software capable of emulating modern 3D graphics hardware, Microsoft is taking it to the next level by adding the functionality natively to Windows 7.[...]
TranquilPC releases dual-core Atom-based Windows Home Server
Microsoft releases impressive looking wireless gaming mouse: SideWinder X8
Chip Giant Intel has decided not to adopt Windows Vista.
HP opens TouchSmart guidelines to developers with contest to win a TouchSmart PC
Microsoft introduces updates to Games for Windows today with the addition of Live capabilities for the PC.
VIA took the wraps off of the new ARTiGO A2000 storage server, today. Designed to serve as a plug and play storage unit, the new barebones server uses an[...]
Microsoft announced at Computex Taipei 2008 that it is extending its Windows XP offer to low-cost desktops, or "nettops".
Microsoft is warning hardware makers to start testing with Windows 7 as soon as the first beta release is available.
TweakTown has taken an up close and personal look at the new MSI Wind desktop.
More details on Windows 7 emerge: it's probably safe to skip Vista
Microsoft extends Windows XP availability...sort of
Microsoft has issued a letter to its Windows customers that details the fate of XP, Vista improvements, and some details about Windows 7.