Microsoft includes Windows XP in its June Patch Tuesday releases
Warns of 'nation-state' risks.
Warns of 'nation-state' risks.
Not much hope for other OSes, though.
No more WoW for XPers.
Another five years of updates unlocked.
The operating system that just won't die.
The rest of you need merely wait.
Exclusions, naturally, apply.
Critical update breaks third-party tools.
Not a terribly generous offer, mind.
Microsoft's plans for Windows 8 upgrades have been leaked ahead of schedule.
A Microsoft-commissioned survey claims to reveal the hidden costs of staying on the outdated Windows XP OS.
After two years in development, we discuss the Eee Keyboard with Asus' Engineers.
Microsoft has extended the option to downgrade Windows 7 to earlier versions past the release of SP1.
Sketchy presentation slides show direction for Microsoft's next juggernaut
Tuesday is set to bring a whopping 13 patches for Microsoft Windows and Office products, eleven of which are marked Critical - and which fix twenty-six bugs in total.
Win7 is finally, officially here - and its pre-order run has been one of the most successful in Amazon's history, outselling the last Harry Potter.
Microsoft has issued a warning regarding a flaw in its IIS software that can lead to a Denial of Service attack or remote code execution, but no patch is yet available.
A series of benchmark tests carried out on netbooks running Windows XP and Windows 7 has revealed a worrying drop in battery life under Microsoft's latest OS.
Nvidia has quietly snuck its second Ion chipset out of the door, but the DirectX 9-only part isn't the high-performance Ion 2 for which we've been waiting.
Despite initial scepticism as to its suitability, Acer is planning an August launch for a netbook which dual-boots Google's Android platform with Windows XP.
A bug in the latest virus definitions for Computer Associates' range of anti-virus products left customers with important system files missing.
Microsoft has released details of an as-yet unpatched flaw in DirectShow - the second in a month - which leaves both desktop and server systems vulnerable to attack.
The general availability of Windows 7 will mark the start of a one-year countdown for the popular Windows XP, with OEMs having to move away once the time is up.
Microsoft has confirmed that Windows 7 will feature a virtualised Windows XP environment - based on Virtual PC technologies - for backwards compatibility.
Microsoft Office 14 is due to ship in both 32-bit and 64-bit editions, according to a code snipped discovered in the 32-bit beta release by tester Ed Bott.
Microsoft launched a compatibility database for Windows Vista yesterday revealing that 18 months after launch users are still struggling with the new OS.
Windows XP is getting a new service pack that includes not only a rollup of past hotfixes and patches, but new features as well.
Infinium has jacked in the idea of creating a games console, and will instead launch a service that streams games to Windows XP desktops. Because no-one does that already?
Microsoft is switching off support for users of its legacy operating system today. Prepare for a whole bunch of hosed boxes!
If you thought using Boot Camp to dual-boot Windows XP and Mac OSX, how about adding Linux as a third booting option? OnMac.net have hacked it.
Armed with a trusty set of Doom 3 timedemos, a group of Mac fanatics has set about comprehensively comparing the new Intel Core Duo Macs to older revisions - and to PCs - for gaming.
Microsoft has confirmed - it's coming to the PC, finally. However, unless you upgrade to Windows Vista, you won't be getting to give the Master Chief a whirl around the galaxy.
How much do you think your PC is worth? If it's more than 2 years old, you might find Fry's $150 PC could be a cheap upgrade option. With a 2400+ Sempron processor, it's no slouch and is so cheap, it's almost disposable.
Not content with creating a dedicated remote control for Media Center, Microsoft have a new keyboard that also integrates a mouse and remote control functions, designed for use in your living room. Is it any good? We find out.
Thanks to DVD Jon, you won't be forced to use Windows Media Player if you wish to view NSC files. And lo, there was much rejoicing...