Russia is not faring well in the less-obvious cyber war. One reason: Russia's ally Belarus was still using Windows XP to keep the trains running on time.
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Before Russia invaded Ukraine, cyber attacks were already under way. Not surprisingly, Windows systems were a common target.
More than six years after Microsoft launched Windows 10, Windows 11 is finally here.Has it been worth the wait?
The new release brings the non-subscription version of Microsoft Office closer to what’s available with Microsoft 365 or Office 365 -- but only partway.
At a time when more people use voice assistants to retrieve the most basic information, Microsoft’s Cortana doesn’t provide even the basics about protecting against the coronavirus.
The 'Big Reveal' for Microsoft's new operating system wasn’t so big and revealed very little. And what it did reveal was often wrong.
Microsoft recently announced the upcoming release of Windows 11 and is now releasing early preview builds to Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel.
Microsoft’s messaging around its upcoming Windows 10 variant has changed over time. You have questions? We have answers.
When is a "major" OS upgrade not really a big deal? And just what would constitute big changes in Windows 10?
Windows Me was unstable, unloved and unusable. But was it really the worst OS Microsoft ever produced – worse even than Windows 8?
Microsoft recently announced it's permanently closing its retail stores worldwide. It should have axed the Windows store instead.
And that’s partly because it’s making it easier for Microsoft to head in a direction it was already taking.
The digital assistant isn’t going away, but we’re near the end of the road for another me-too technology from Microsoft that nobody wanted.
The agency needs to demonstrate that it has truly abandoned the practices that unleashed WannaCry on the world.
Satya Nadella has been Microsoft CEO for more than five years. Along the way, he’s made dramatic changes in the way Redmond operates.