Windows 1.0 released on this day in 1985
Experts also explain that security must be designed into new systems and processes from the start
Microsoft hassles users into upgrading to Windows 10
From phrenology to the Analytical Engine, Lovelace blazed towards a critical IT function
Can Microsoft's Surface Book single-handedly revitalise the dwindling PC market? Because it may have to
Ongoing failure to innovate means vendors are failing to resurrect a market ripe for the taking
Microsoft demonstrates the 'power of free' as users stick with their old machines rather than splashing the cash on a new one
Microsoft keynote at IP EXPO today focused on the enterprise benefits of Windows 10
Embracing colo and cloud in the heart of London
But will this new offering from the hardware and software giants reignite interest in an ailing PC market?
Coats plc CIO Richard Cammish says that at least 1,000 of its mobile users will be moving to Windows 10
Council happy to stick with Windows 7 'for the next few years'
But updates to Windows 7 and 8 introduce new data-collection practices for them as Windows 10, warn bloggers
Russian lawyers call for ban, while torrent trackers shut-out Windows 10 following changes to the Microsoft Services Agreement
Four per cent decline in China had a negative effect on the performance of the mobile phone market in the second quarter
Windows 10 growth slows to a 30 per cent increase in a week, but the OS is still faring better than Windows 8
King's College IT director Gareth Wright tells Computing how new Dell desktops, Windows 10 and flexible tech support services aid university students and staff
IT director Gareth Wright tells Computing the university is impressed with Microsoft's new OS
After a couple of weeks of use, what's Windows 10 really like on a day-to-day basis?
Windows Update vulnerability puts corporate networks at risk from malicious insiders, warn researchers
Windows Update 'may be hiding some serious threats' claim Context security researchers
Ten months since they put a ring on it, is the new web standard advancing at the speed it should?
Fourteen million early adopters shrug off privacy and bug fears to install Windows 10
Microsoft to Hoover up user data linked to unique user IDs and sell information to advertisers, warn privacy campaigners
While most organisations will (wisely) be waiting before they move, those keen to upgrade now should plan carefully first, MTI's Asad Malik tells Computing
No surprises in store, but much relief all round