Popular Windows Articles for 2013
Windows 8 is good - but some of us can't get past the lack of a Start button. Check out our list of programs that'll let you get it back.
Last year, Microsoft promised to speed up the release schedule for Windows updates, and it's clear they're living up to that promise.
Between rumors and reports, it looks like Microsoft is at least considering bringing back the Start button and desktop modes to Windows. Should they?
With the new "Six Strikes" policy taking effect at multiple American ISPs this week, it's still unknown how Internet providers will handle users who fail to respond. At least one[...]
Oracle is a giant in the software world and invaluable to businesses, but its track record with Java is getting worse by the day.
Microsoft says Windows 8 sales are on track with Windows 7, but that's not the whole story.
Microsoft rarely has an easy time keeping new versions of Windows under wraps, and it's looking like Windows 8.1 isn't any different.
After acquiring VoIP powerhouse Skype, Microsoft wasted no time on incorporating the software into its latest operating system. The downside? It's been a little feature barren.
China beats the U.S. in terms of most PCs sold - good news for desktop manufacturers.
Developers are steaming after Microsoft stopped buying ads for Windows Store apps - and now, they're not making a cent.
With Microsoft no longer the sole dominant player, Ubuntu's largest bug has been solved.
We hear it in the news all the time - Chinese hackers responsible for gaining access to this server or that. According to one recent study, however, we should all[...]
Microsoft updated some of Windows 8's core applications this week, making good on its promise that improvements to its OS would come faster than in previous years.
Our memories aren't perfect; that's why we forget passwords. In this guide, NotebookReview show you how to reset a Windows 8 or 8.1 password for both local and Microsoft accounts.[...]